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Coachella, Billboard Hot 100, Governors Ball, and other music festivals are notorious for great food, amazing performers, and the start of summer. After the buildup is over and the hype has died down, New Yorkers are left to endure the sweltering heat of the city streets.
Don’t be the only child left scrambling for a last-minute Father’s Day gift. Now is your chance to be the favorite child by having enough time to get dad the perfect gift.
Movies are better in the summer! There are a number of movie options and outdoor venue’s to watch them. Just look for the park closest to you and see what movie they have playing, get your friends together, a blanket and enjoy watching a movie on a huge screen outdoors.
Memorial Day weekend is a time remember the soldiers who bravely served our country, but let’s be honest, its also the time to celebrate the unofficial start of summer. Whether you’re spending it with family or friends, there are an endless number of activities to keep you busy and enjoying your long weekend.
Mother’s Day is almost here and now you have enough time to find the perfect gift for the most important woman in your life. Show mom how important she is by thinking about what she would really love. Whether she loves keeping up with the new fashion trends, staying active or being comfy at home, let her know you appreciate her. Mother’s day is to remember how valuable your relationship is and how special the time you spend together is. It doesn’t matter how much you spend, as long as she knows you thought about her!
Spring is officially here! Even though we just had blizzard Stella, winter in NYC has been all over the place going from cold to hot every other day. Luckily, as of March 20th, it is finally Spring and that means the heavy jackets and boots are supposed to be put away! The nicer weather approaching calls for fairs, concerts, parks and any excuse to be outside in less clothing. Here is a list of the most exciting activities going on in NYC this spring, so enjoy them before the summer is upon us.
As a true New Yorker born and raised, there are places I know to avoid because everyone will be there. Places like Times Square, Dominique Ansels Bakery (that place thats known for inventing the Cronut), museums like the MOMA and hanging out in Central park. These places are all staples for a reason but that's also what makes them very crowded and lets be honest, overrated. So instead of spending our nights in the most talked about bars and famous places to visit during the day, here is a list of New York City’s best kept secrets. These hidden treasures are for those who are looking for something a little different and a more authentic way to spend your time in NY.
Don’t be sad summers almost over; be happy there are awesome events for Labor Day weekend. Since New York is such a hot spot for activity and diversity, there are endless options of how to enjoy your last days of summer and warm weather. With so many different districts, markets and pop up trends for whatever mood you’re in; whether you want to party, chill, eat or all three, New York has got you covered. Here are six events in NYC to end your summer on a high and ready for fall.
The 4th of July is a day away and if you don’t have plans yet don’t worry, Hawke & Co is here to help with a few suggestions of what you need this 4th of July to guarantee a great holiday for those last-minute planners!