Kids

#WTMKids: Slide Down to Kanga’s Play Center in LIC


Kanga’s Indoor Playcenter is designed with children 11-years-old and under in mind. Children can enjoy unlimited play in the multi-level playground or jump around in the the inflatable bouncy house. Kanga’s also features a merry-go-round and music classes. Price starts at $16.99, adults are …



Kids What's The Move Kids

#WTMKids: Saddle Up for Horseback Riding


The connection between a horse and its rider is one filled with trust, understanding, and companionship. Together they put their lives in the hands of someone else. Be an equestrian for the day and possibly ignite a new passion at your local equestrian center. …


Food

#TheGrind: Brooklyn’s Finest – Park Slope


This week’s installment of #TheGrind is going down in Park Slope, Brooklyn. First stop is Da Nonna Rosa, a southern Italian restaurant with a variety of menu items to choose from. Da Nonna literally has something for everyone with pastas, specialty and traditional pizzas, …



Kids

#WTM Kids: Little in Theaters NOW


In the spirit of uplifting the youth and supporting black films, I encourage you to take your young ones to see the new movie “Little” staring Marsai Martin, Regina Hall, and Issa Rae. Marsai, 14, is the executive producer of the movie which makes …



Happy Hours

e’s Bar, Nacho Macho & Fish Bowls at Shaking Crab


e’s Bar e’s Bar is a laid back neighborhood bar with rotating drink specials and board games. Happy hour is daily from 11:30am-7:00pm. Dine on classic American bar bites while you and your friends converse catching views out huge windows. 511 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY …


Food

#TheGrind: Pizza, Burgers & Booze


We’re back in the Boogie Down Bronx on this week’s installment of #TheGrind. Make sure you check back in next Monday for Part 1 of Brooklyn’s finest edition. The first stop is a swanky Italian spot on Alexander Ave, Nobodys Pizza. Dine on pasta …


Culture Date Night

#NotYourAverageWeekend: African Diasporan Art in Brooklyn


The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses art to take the conversation of “social and political issues facing the African Diaspora” to new heights. MoCADA isn’t just discussing the history, the museum is transcending what it means to be aware, accountable, and …