What To Wear, See & Do This Weekend In NYC

Mar 16th 2012 0 Comments

WEAR: A lady coat over your casual chic outfit. The three-quarter length & pretty trim of this Kate Spade Topliner coat is a perf option for your girl’s brunch this weekend! See you tom afternoon Mae 😉

image source – Collection Keith Haring Foundation. © Keith Haring Foundation

SEE: “Keith Haring 1978–1982”

Haring’s energetic street art was a ubiquitous fixture in late-’70s–early-’80s New York, cropping up in subway stations and on buildings in Soho and the East Village. He went on to art-world fame and fortune before his untimely death from AIDS in 1990; this survey recalls the artist’s early career with works on paper, rare videos and archival objects. source: timeoutny.com

Where: Brooklyn Museum, Tom- Sun 11am–6pm; Wed 11am–6pm; Thu 11am–10pm; Fri 11am–6pm. Ending: Sun Jul 08 11am–6pm200 Eastern Pkwy (at Washington Ave). Suggested donation $12, seniors and students $8, children under 12 free. 
 
 
image source: history.com
 
DO: It’s St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow, which means everyone is Irish for a day so you totes need to celebrate. For some pubs spots to get your Guinness on, check out my Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Midtown East’s Irish Pubs best of NYC list.
 

Don’t forget to check out more of my MG Best of NYC lists for ideas on where to eat, date & celebrate in the Big Apple!

kissies,

 

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