Food

Dig in at One of These Black Women Owned Eateries


Never mind the fact that Black History month breezed by, it typically does. February was a time to celebrate us as a whole but March, which spearheads Women’s History month, is all about the celebration and uplifting of women. Let’s hope the spring weather …



Date Night Happy Hours

Dating & Drinking in the City


ICYMI: Our Tuesday newsletter now features date options as well as happy hour spots, check them out below and of course, if you’ve visited a spot tweet us and let us know! Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe. This lowkey lower eastside spot is easily one of New York’s …


Save the Dates: Four Events You Can’t Miss


ICYMI: Our Thursday newsletters consist of featured events and those special events you just don’t want to miss. Go to your calendars in your phones and start setting those reminders! Freesome Freesome parties are always a good time. They plot out their events in …


Food Happy Hours

What’s the Food: Mexican, Tapas & More!


What’s good, NYC? It’s a new week and we have new foods for you. First up, we have Rosie’s, a Mexican restaurant located right on the corner of 2nd Street and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan. Photos by: Wanda Flores. Rosie’s Rosie’s offers a modern …


Food

What’s the Food: Noodles, Indian & More !


Food! We all eat it, we all love it! In New York City, as we know, there’s never a shortage of places to eat. Sometimes we just need a little guidance and WTM is here to help you. What’s your flavor? First up is …


Food

What’s The Food!


Each week our very own food writer @itsmewandie visits some of New York City’s most delicious restaurants and food spots. She’s going to report back to us suggesting what spots we should all be checking out and ensuring we have multiple options when looking for something …


Soulful Vagina


Saturday, February 17th 3PM-7PM, come out and celebrate the release of Nomxolisi Ndlangana A.K.A. @NonoThePoet debut book of poetry Soul Vagina: In Between Sex and God, Who Am I? @DJMissMilan will set the vibes, followed by a reading, conversation and book signing hosted by @EmpressAK, and a performance of …


Media

Toast To The Vision Recap Photos


The Toast to The Vision mixer was a complete success. Dozens of women came out to network and build with other industrious women from all over the city. DJ Miss Milan kept the vibes going and the closing panel was empowering. If you missed …


Food

Black Owned Restaurants!


It’s a long weekend, specifically MLK weekend. Let’s continue to level the playing field by supporting black-owned restaurants. A Brooklyn restaurant specializing in African, Carribean and American cuisine. Amarachi 189 Bridge St,  Brooklyn, NY 11201 Located Uptown, this spot services cafe delights and a …