Saturday, December 27, 2008

Sites to Save

Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!

Still here. I apologize for being haphazard with entries...between the insanity that is currently work and not having consistent internet access, blogging had to take a backseat for a little while...

I recently ordered copies of the NYC's Entertaiment book for 2009. A ton o coupons for all your needs- food, movies, shopping etc. Proceeds go to support schools around the country (you know how I like to do good while shopping). Retail price? $30, on sale for $20 with free shipping.

If you're not already sick of shopping, some more sites to help you save while you're battling the crowds for ...
groceries (because we all need to eat sometime):
a little bit of everything:
,, and,

Friday, December 5, 2008

Eye on Exhibits

Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum
December 6th 5-11pm

Performances by Welfare poets, a discussion on women with HIV/AIDS hosted by a representative from the international organization, Madre, Born Into Brothels screening w/ director Q&A, the Black List Project key players speak about the exhibit, the president of the Hip-Hop association leads a panel of women social entrepreneurs, performances by the Brian Jackson Quartet and a dance party featuring premier DJS. to check out the full schedule

While there, check out "The Black List Project" now until March 29, 2009. The Project is a documentary exhibition, which depicts the faces and voices of prominent African Americans in music, politics, academia, comedy and sports.

200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn
FREE the first Saturday of every month from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

FIT Museum Exhibits
FIT “Gothic: Dark Glamour” exhibit
Now through February 21, 2009
Gothic is a look at the interpretation of darkness in fashion. The exhibit features work by designers like Galliano for Dior, McQueen and Anna Sui.

FIT “Seduction” exhibit
Opens December 9 through June 16, 2009
It is a look at sexuality in fashion over the last 150 years from the subtle to the bold. Seduction will feature work by designers such as Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein and Peter Som.

27th and 7Th Avenue
Admission is FREE