Date Ideas That Won’t Break The Bank

The economy sucks.  Everyone is trying to be budget conscious, but that doesn’t mean you need to compromise dating.  Rather, you just need to…alter your plans a bit.  Here are some ideas. The weather is muggy and just way too humid, but that shouldn’t stop you from a wonderful picnic – at home.  Surprise your … Continue reading

Activities for This Weekend – NYC

The winter does not bode well for much outdoor activities.  Fortunately, there is still ice skating.  For those who don’t know, this weekend (1/24) will bring free ice skating at The Pond in Bryant Park to an end.  The Pond is NYC’s first and only free admission ice skating rink.  However, skate rentals are $12 … Continue reading

Doing Good For Thanksgiving

As Thanksgiving is approaching, we begin to think about all the things we are thankful for.  There is no better way to show your appreciation for all you have by selflessly giving a few hours of your time to helping others.  Bring a date to the event and do good together. This Saturday, help the … Continue reading

A Grown Up NYC Weekend – Wine Tasting and The Brooklyn Chocolate Experiment

If the International Great Beer Expo gets your heart pumping just a little more than you’d like, and you want to do something more…grown up then consider a wine tasting. Around The World in 80 Sips is a wine tasting event where enthusiasts get to taste over 80 fabulous wines from 5 different continents. The … Continue reading