Trends transform from runway to everyday

Trends transform from runway to everyday

April 9, 2014
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The 2014 Spring/Summer collections featured many glamorous, inventive and enviable beauty looks. Many of these hair and makeup styles are difficult to sport for an everyday look. Instead of mimicking the trends exactly, try these wearable, translated looks for spring. Gold Hair Accessories ... Read more »

Spring break travel destinations: Beacon, N.Y.

Spring break travel destinations: Beacon, N.Y.

March 13, 2014
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Just an 80-minute train ride from Grand Central Terminal, Beacon, N.Y., home to the largest museum of contemporary art, Dia:Beacon, is a great option for a spring break getaway. This Hudson Valley town has become a renowned destination for New York City art lovers with dozens of art galleries that spr... Read more »

Top 5 strategies for preventing ripped tights

Top 5 strategies for preventing ripped tights

March 12, 2014
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It is always frustrating to buy a pair of trendy tights, only to find a pesky hole or tear in them within the next few days. In one season you can easily find yourself going through a dozen pairs of tights. They are the perfect accessories for the winter season, with some pairs coming in thick and warm... Read more »

Put Girl Scout cookies to good use in parfait

Put Girl Scout cookies to good use in parfait

March 4, 2014
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Once a year Girl Scout troops across America sell coveted boxes of Girl Scout cookies. If you are a die-hard cookie lover, you do not just buy a box or two — you stock up. In celebration of Girl Scout cookie season, and for anyone who needs to use an extra box or 10 of cookies, here is a delic... Read more »

Second Street

Second Street

February 20, 2014
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Estimated cost: $9,800-$19,600 Low-cost rooms available: Yes Commute to campus: 10 minutes Nearby subways: 6, B, D, F, M Shuttle: Yes Situated on the corner of Second Street and the Bowery, the Second Street residence hall is immersed in New York City’s trendy East Village. Sing... Read more »

New York City restaurants prove love comes at many costs

New York City restaurants prove love comes at many costs

February 11, 2014
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Click on image for more Not sure where to take that special someone this Valentine’s Day? New York City has a huge number of dining options, but sometimes the amount of choices can be overwhelming. To help you find the perfect dining spot for the most romantic holiday of the year, here are our top ... Read more »

Jorge Arteaga Fall/Winter 2014

Jorge Arteaga Fall/Winter 2014

February 8, 2014
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Click for more looks from Jorge Arteaga F/W 2014. When the hit ‘80s pop song, “Into the Night” by Benny Mardones, started to play in the background, expectations from Jorge Arteaga’s 2014 Fall/Winter collection were mixed. But as the models started to appear in their ‘70s and ‘80s inspire... Read more »

Affordable places to spend Thanksgiving in New York City

Affordable places to spend Thanksgiving in New York City

November 26, 2013
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Being away from home during the holidays is never easy. Here is a list of affordable New York City restaurants open during Thanksgiving this year.  The Cardinal | 234 E. 4th St, (between avenues A and B) This cozy, Southern-style restaurant is offering a family-style Thanksgiving meal for $30 per person. Own... Read more »

For skin, vitamins preferable to Accutane

For skin, vitamins preferable to Accutane

November 6, 2013
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  Whether in middle school, high school or college, having blemis-hes on your face is always distressing. A major factor as to why people struggle with persistent acne is because they have not found the right product for their skin type, given the vast amount of treatments on the market today. ... Read more »

Duo introduces Neopolitan from Westhampton Beach to West Village

Duo introduces Neopolitan from Westhampton Beach to West Village

October 22, 2013
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After years spent finding the finest Italian ingredients, perfecting their own recipe, and observing the emergence of Neapolitan pizzerias in New York City, father-and-son duo Michael and Jason Brunetti opened Pizzetteria Brunetti. Originating in Westhampton Beach with a location that Michael Brunetti... Read more »

Dig into fall produce offered at Greenmarket

Dig into fall produce offered at Greenmarket

October 8, 2013
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In the 35 years the Union Square Greenmarket has been in business, it has remained a renowned hotspot. The market’s popularity has started a resurgence of farmer’s markets and offers some of the freshest products for New Yorkers and NYU students alike. “I’ve been here since the Greenmark... Read more »

Taquitoria serves SoCal-style taquitos in LES

Taquitoria serves SoCal-style taquitos in LES

October 1, 2013
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Finding taquitos that are baja fresh in the Lower East Side is a rarity — one that inspired Matthew Conway and his two partners to open Taquitoria. The three co-owners, Brad Holtzman, Barry Frish and Matthew Conway, all worked under Iron Chef alum Marc Forgione at Restaurant Marc Forgione, wher... Read more »

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