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.
Conspiracy theories or truth? The latest documentary on the Son of Sam killings focuses on New York City investigative journalist Maury Terry and his quest to prove and get people to believe his theories that the infamous serial killer David Berkowitz didn’t act alone and was part of a satanic cult.
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.
Putting 2020 behind us, we're slowly and cautiously venturing out of our tiny New York apartments and into the world. Like a noble creature of the night, we descended upon NOLA as the first location. To our dark delight, Gina discovered a fledgling haunt— The New Orleans Vampire Café. Read the review along with a few other favorite Sinful Snacks recommendations.