The sun is shining, the masks are coming off, and the rainbows are flying high. It's June in NYC which means it's PRIDE month! There's nothing better than hitting the streets covered in rainbows & sparkles, in support of all LGBTQ+ ppl, and join in some of the best parties of the yr. Here's our rundown of the best events, entertainment, styles & more! →PLUS join us 6/25-6/27 as we celebrate PRIDE our way.
Happening 3/3 - 7/5 is Disney's Taste of Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. Filled with over 20 booths of food, drinks and cocktails/mocktails. I was able to do 13 out of the 20 international food and beverage booths before my belly said "no more!" Here are our top picks for 2021.
This 4/20 was a monumental one for stoners in New York City. This was the first 420 Day after Governor Al Cuomo announced marijuana legalized in New York State. While it was certainly a time for partying, it was also a chance to address many economic and legal issues that have plagued marijuana prohibition. It was under this political climate that the National Cannabis Freedom Festival (NCFF) held its first post-legalization event in NYC.
From the arthritic elderly lady down the block to the "big Bad Bunny", 420 is the day we all show appreciation for the gift from nature with a bad rep. Prepare for the holiday with our yearly Guide to 420. Including edible recipes, events, and info on the new NY laws. So grab your best buds and ... Pass that LEGAL Kush!
NEW RULEZ + DEADLINE! CONTEST ENDS 4/20/21 — Our favorite holiday is a few weeks away, and in preparation for this year's festivities we're hooking up one lucky Sinner with 3 FREE SDNYC Stash Kits. That's one for you and two of your best buds!
Here comes the Sun, Sinners! This Saturday, March 20 marks the Vernal Equinox for 2021— the official start of Spring. In addition to leaving gloomy days behind us, this date also holds spiritual significance on the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. Witchy or not, check out our guide to this year's Spring Equinox. Including something for everyone from family-friendly activities, to more traditional pagan practices.