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The World Cup Brings French Pride to Soho

The FIFA World Cup unites people from all over the world by pinning them against each other. The competition came to a close this past Sunday when France defeated Croatia 4 to 2. French fans erupted into song, and pride watching France take home the victory in Soho’s...

Poetry to the People

The 8th annual New York City Poetry Festival will be held on Governors Island, July 28th and 29th. New York City is the world capital of poetry. This festival unites the extensive group of New York natives who value the skill of translating emotion into language. The...

Find Hidden Gems in Independently Run Bookstores

Finding a good read may feel tedious. Going to a chain where they only keep best-selling authors might limit your options, however, there are many independent bookstores in New York that house the unsung heroes of literature that major chains may overlook. Downtown...

Rooftop Bars To Try This Summer

Nothing pairs with a cocktail as well as the New York skyline. Rooftop bars and restaurants offer the perfect combination of fresh air and fresh flavors. Whether you are looking for a relaxing, and romantic late-night bite, or a lively outdoor club scene, a rooftop...

Rare Copy of Wuthering Heights to be Auctioned

Wuthering Heights, by Emily is a literary work beloved for generations.  July 30th marks what would have been Emily Brontë’s 200th birthday.  Peter Harrington, the UK’s largest rare bookseller, is offering buyers the opportunity to purchase a first American edition of...

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