Looking for an interesting way to spend Memorial Day? Check out our Top Ten Ways to Spend Memorial Day in NYC!

Citi Bike launches on Monday, bringing over 5,000 new bikes to the streets of New York. So hop on one of them and visit some of the Historic Downtown Buildings suggested by Curbed.

Also, how about visiting the Pomander Walk, Manhattan’s hidden gem? (beautifully photographed in this article by Narratively)


Dear ‘Arrested Development’ fans, the Bluth family’s original frozen banana stand hits L.A. area this week, so go check it out! You can also read our posts on its recent visit to NYC and the menu on Seamless.

If you’re looking for a quirky lunch idea, take a look at our pictures from a Crochet Picnic in Union Square, NYC. Judging by the façade of the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, yarn bombing is back!


Vélib, the Parisian bike-share system,  is throwing a party. If you’re looking for a week-end adventure, hop on a Vélib bike and join thousands of cyclists as they pedal to the centre of Paris for a huge picnic celebration! More info here.

This weekend is the Portes Ouvertes,when artists open their studios (and sometimes their homes), so people can wander in and see their work. Paris Cheapskate has all the info.


World renowned architect Zaha Hadid opens a design gallery that sells futuristic furniture in London, according to The Guardian.

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