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The First KKW Beauty Pop-Up Shop JUST Opened In L.A. & Fans Are Already Asking For One In NYC

When Kim Kardashian West first blessed us with her cosmetics brand, KKW Beauty, my initial thought was, "How soon can I swatch?" So when Kim K announced a month-long pop-up shop in Los Angeles, I was faced with two options. The first? To move to L.A.…
By Bella Gerard

No Filter Necessary: 8 Pink Places In NYC To Bring The Millennial Hue To Your IG

Does your glittery pink phone case coordinate perfectly with your purse and go-to nail polish? Do you swoon over pink pastel lipsticks, sunnies, and bathing suits once summer hits? You must be a pink gal. Well, lucky you. On June 23, National Pink Da…
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

All Of The Free Things To Do In NYC This Summer If You're Ballin' On A Budget

So, you're headed to NYC this summer, but between the flight and hotel stay, your pockets aren't as full as you'd like them to be. No worries, because finding affordable activities isn't impossible in The Big Apple. You can still explore and live you…
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

You Haven't Been 'Gramming Right Until You've Snapped These 8 Neon Signs In NYC

The 'N' in New York stands for neon signs, or at least I'd like to think so. These illuminated graphics light up the night in The City That Never Sleeps. Some of these signs simply say "open," while other signs tell a story about an establishment. Th…
By Ciara Johnson

Emma Stone & Andrew Garfield Were Reportedly Spotted At A Cozy Dinner & Please Hold Me

I've learned the hard way to never let my trust in love fall into the hands of my favorite stars. From Anna and Chris to Channing and Jenna to, of course, Brad and Jen, these Hollywood stars have ripped my heart right out of my chest and torn it into…
By Candice Jalili

JetBlue Is Doing Pizza Deliveries Via Plane, So Order Your Favorite New York Pie

Aside from puppies (and also maybe tequila), few things in life are better than an authentic slice of New York City pizza. Going to college five hours outside of the pizza capital of the United States was absolutely devastating, and at this point, th…
By Lizzy Rosenberg

I Got My Aura Photographed & It Was Scarily Accurate About My Love Life

Tarot card readings, astrology, scrying boards, spellcasting, you name it; ever since I was little, I've been drawn to all things mystical and otherworldly. It should come as no surprise to anyone who knows me that deciphering my auric energy has alw…
By Roya Backlund

This Company Is Offering Free Flights To Hawaii & You May Be Lucky Enough To Qualify

If the gray and gloomy first few months of the year have had you pining for sunny destinations and dreamy beaches, but you've been deterred by relentless work obligations and endless emails, listen up. A tourism company is making it possible to have …
By Lara Walsh

A "Napping Club" Is Officially A Thing In New York City & It Sounds Like Pure Heaven

Not one for partying or drinking at clubs until the wee hours of the morning? Well, then you might be interested in the hottest new club on the block called Nap York, a napping club in New York City. Yeah, that's right: a napping club, open 24 hours …
By Annakeara Stinson

Here's What Time To Join Up With The NYC March For Our Lives

Thanks to an awful tragedy and a dedicated group of high school students, gun control has become a prominent topic of conversation in America. Since the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, there's been a call to action on gun legislation by…
By Daniella Bondar

This Is Where You Need To Go If You’re Attending March For Our Lives In NYC

The March For Our Lives has quickly gained national attention since the planned demonstration was announced in response to the deadly school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14, 2018. With a goal to end gu…
By Collette Reitz

Here's What To Know About The NYC March For Our Lives, If You Can't Make It To D.C.

The discourse when it comes to gun legislation reform has become louder and much more aggressive since the tragic school shooting that occurred in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14. The students that survived that shooting have come out in full force and …
By Bernadette Deron

7 Best Things To Do In NYC On Your Birthday To Get That Empire State Of Mind

It's your birthday, yay! Are you making your way to New York or do you already live there? Either way, it's your day, and as much as you didn't build this city, on your birthday the city should seem like it was made for you. The best things to do in …
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

Halsey's Powerful Poem From The Women's March On NYC Is Making Twitter Sob

The Women's March on NYC attracts feminists of all kinds, giving voices to those who care about women's rights. And unsurprisingly, a large percentage of those people happen to be celebrities, because even (some of) the rich and famous support women'…
By Lizzy Rosenberg

These Photos Of The Women's March On NYC Will Give You Chills

The Women's March on NYC is an incredible and emotional event, and if you attended last year's, you know exactly what I'm talking about. You probably remember not only all of the remarkable speeches, witty signs, and bright pink pussyhats, but also t…
By Lizzy Rosenberg

If You're Bringing A Bag To The Women's March On NYC, Know These Rules

Just after the importance of women's rights were, once again, pushed into outer space during Donald Trump's first year in office, feminists nationwide came together for several unforgettable Women's Marches in 2017. And if you're at all down for wome…
By Lizzy Rosenberg

Here’s What To Bring To The Women’s March On NYC So You Aren’t Starving & Thirsty

Just about one year ago, millions of people gathered in cities across the country for the 2017 Women’s March. This year, with President Trump in the White House and important issues still present and looming, people will once again take to the street…
By Daniella Bondar

8 Pet-Friendly Restaurants In NYC, Because Your Fur Baby Deserves A Treat

One of the hardest things in your morning routine, other than remembering to grab your wallet while also trying not to be late because you can't find your other shoe, is saying goodbye to your pup. Their little eyes staring up at you, with a little w…
By Alani Vargas

This Is Who Is Behind The Women's March On NYC

The second annual Women's March is officially coming to a city near you on the weekend of Jan. 20, 2018. Last year, at least 3.3 million people participated in the historic women's marches across the United States, so this year's got pretty big shoes…
By Yasaman Khorsandi

Here’s Where To Go For The Women’s March On NYC, So Start Planning Your Route

Last year, on Jan. 21, 2017, the Women's March made history as the largest day of protest the United States has ever seen in modern history. And if you think that moment in history was a one-off you are definitely mistaken. This year in 2018, the Wom…
By Bernadette Deron

When Does The Women's March On NYC Start? Get There Early

The Women's March on Washington made history in 2017, and people around the country and globe are gearing up for another round. This year, the march returns to cities everywhere, and the timing of the marches varies throughout the weekend between Sat…
By Hannah Golden

7 Animal Shelters To Volunteer At In NYC To Make More Than One Fur Babies' Day

In a perfect world, every fur baby would have a happy home and even happier owners who get to call them their pets. Sadly, some fur babies are still waiting on welcoming owners and have to be put into shelters instead. While you would take all of the…
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

7 Things To Do In NYC In The Winter If You Don't Want To Go The Touristy Route

New York City is one of those dreamy places you see so much of in movies and shows, it's likely at the top of your bucket list (if you haven't been there already). With that hype though, it sort of turns those go-to relics of NYC into a circus of tou…
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

This NYC Graffiti Artist Is Breaking Gender Stereotypes

This artist is making her mark on the graffiti scene one bee at a time
By Shawn Hazelett

Donald Trump Tweeted About TV Instead Of The NYC Explosions & People Are Fuming

The president took to Twitter in the aftermath of the Port Authority bombing on Monday, Dec. 11, but didn't acknowledge the incident. Donald Trump tweeted about TV instead of the New York City explosions, and people were not pleased with his comments…
By Danielle Valente

6 Instagram-Worthy Christmas Cocktails In NYC That'll Make Your Feed Boozy & Bright

As you’re checking your holiday list over once, then twice, don’t forget to treat yo' self to several gems as well. A beautifully wrapped gift box with a big red bow is certainly exciting to open, but nothing truly beats indulging in an experience pr…
By Alexa Mellardo

I Went To A Millennials-Only Fine Dining Experience & It Felt Like A Fairy Tale

You know that part in Beauty and the Beast where Belle is being lavishly taken care of at the dinner table? And do you remember questioning whether that attentiveness, impeccable service, and divine food even existed? Well, a fine dining experience w…
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

7 Holiday-Themed Bars In NYC You Need To Visit For The 'Gram

Once Christmastime hits, it means soaking up as much of the festive time you can get. Personally, I want to see a holiday sweater in every establishment I walk into. And if you're incredibly lucky, you'll stumble into a few Christmas bars in New York…
By Jasmine Vaughn-Hall

This Is Why Trump's Tweets About The NYC Terror Suspect Could Totally Spoil POTUS' Wish

On two separate occasions, President Donald Trump has used Twitter to call for the man suspected of committing a terror attack in Manhattan to receive the death penalty. On both occasions, the president's words have been met by virtual face palms and…
By Joseph Milord

Donald Trump Called Out “Diversity Visas,” & Here’s What You Need To Know

Donald Trump is responding to the recent attack in New York City that killed several people by resolving to tighten up the immigration vetting process. The president took to Twitter on Nov. 1 to announce that he plans to dismantle the diversity visa …
By Thea Glassman

People Are Pointing Out The Hypocrisy Between Trump’s Statements On NYC & Las Vegas

A day after a gunman killed 58 people and injured over 500 more during a shooting in Las Vegas in early October, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters it would be "premature" to discuss policy changes aimed at preventing s…
By Joseph Milord

A 'Hunger Games' Theme Park Is Coming To Times Square, May The Odds Be In Our Favor

Both the movie series The Hunger Games and the TV show Mad Men have been over since 2015, but that doesn't mean either has faded from popular culture. Fans of Panem's dystopian world are an especially active group, enough so that Lionsgate, the produ…
By Ani Bundel

Beyoncé & JAY-Z Will Headline A Hurricane Benefit Show, So The Lineup Will Be Insane

By now, you might have heard the wonderful news. Queen B and her boo-thing JAY are throwing an epic concert to support those touched by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, and it's going to be seriously insane. Right now, ticket information has yet …
By Jamie LeeLo

Beyoncé & JAY-Z Will Perform Together For NYC Hurricane Benefit Concert

In the name of all that is holy, Bey and JAY are scheduled to perform together and the details are just so, so wonderful. Just four months after delivering us the greatest gifts on earth (her new babies), Queen B is headed back to the stage with her …
By Jamie LeeLo

This Rainbow Churro Sundae Bowl Is Topped With All Your Favorite '90s Snacks

Dessert is a big seller, and so is nostalgia. When the two join forces to create an out-of-this-world dish, you better believe foodies everywhere take notice. The Rainbow Churro Sundae bowl At El Rio Grande in NYC might feature childhood favorites, b…
By Danielle Valente

Selena Gomez And The Weeknd Reportedly Just Took A Huge Step In Their Relationship

Are Selena Gomez and The Weeknd getting serious? Though the couple has been dating for less than a year, according to a new report, they moved in together! Does this new development mean that Selena Gomez and The Weeknd's relationship is going to go …
By Wendy Michaels

This Vintage Store Is Selling Lisa Frank Denim Jackets And We Need One This Fall

No back-to-school look was complete without a dash of neon and funky-colored animals. Lisa Frank, the brand all millennials know and love, was a staple of the '90s, but never went out of style. Fast-forward 20 years, and now Lisa Frank denim jackets …
By Danielle Valente

This Adorable Pic Of Selena Gomez And The Weeknd's Date Look Will Make You See Double

As per usual, one of Hollywood's favorite couples left fans swooning. This time, it didn't take much to muster up all of the lovey dovey feels — just two black jackets. A photo of Selena Gomez and The Weeknd's matching outfits takes #relationshipgoal…
By Danielle Valente

The First Cheetos Restaurant Is Opening Soon, So Make Reservations Immediately

For some people, Cheetos aren't just a snack food — they are the snack food. So you can image in the resounding excitement that ensued when Cheetos announced its first-ever restaurant, The Spotted Cheetah. The limited time (flamin') hot spot, created…
By Macy Daniela Martin

Kendall Jenner Fires Back At Fans Who Accused Her Of Not Tipping Her Bartender

Kendall Jenner has been clocking in some serious R&R in New York City this summer, and recently stepped out for a night at the bar, the way any regular 21-year-old might. The model and reality TV star was spotted at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn on Fr…
By Jamie LeeLo

Hillary Clinton Saw ‘Wonder Woman’ And We Wish We Were Sitting Next To Her

You might be #stillwithher even after nine months, but apparently #sheswithDiana. Hillary Clinton and husband Bill were treated to a special screening of the hit female-led superhero movie, Wonder Woman, last night, according to a tweet posted by the…
By Lilli Petersen

Kendall Jenner Got Called Out On Instagram For Not Tipping And People Are So Divided

Going out to eat, is, in a lot of ways, like snacks in grade school. If you don't have enough to share/tip, you shouldn't be eating. Apparently, that's a lesson Kendall Jenner missed. The model and Kardashian half-sister got called out on Instagram o…
By Lilli Petersen

A Limited Too Pop-Up Shop Is Coming And You Need To Visit For Old Times' Sake

Ah, back to school shopping in the early '00s. I have so many fond memories of clearing out the racks at Limited Too with my mom's money (and Too Bucks, of course). The glittery tees, cute skorts, and fringe-filled accessories made me feel extra cool…
By Macy Daniela Martin

A Dog Cafe Is Finally Coming To NYC And You Need To Plan Your Trip Right Now

Step aside, cat cafés, because New York City is about to get its very own dog café. The dog-friendly "coffee shop and community space," called Boris & Horton, is set to open in the East Village in December 2017. Do you know what that means? Puppy cud…
By Macy Daniela Martin

Scott Disick And Bella Thorne Show "Extreme PDA" At NYC Show

Scott Disick and Bella Thorne were seen together in NYC on July 17, 2017, showing "extreme PDA" at a restaurant in Manhattan. Elite Daily reached out to Disick and Thorne's teams for comment, but did not hear back by time of publication. They were ou…
By Kelli Boyle

Miley Cyrus Went Undercover And Performed In NYC Subways, Fooled Literally No One

Even when Miley Cyrus is pretending to be a folk singer named Charlene who sings Dolly Parton songs in the subway station, she's still just being Miley. And we all know it. As part of her Tonight Show takeover, Cyrus ventured down into the subway (fo…
By Mary Kate Hoban

Katy Perry Hugs Fans And Spreads Love In NYC Following Manchester Attack

There have been 22 confirmed fatalities and at least 59 injuries following the attack at Manchester Arena last night during Ariana Grande's concert. Three of the 22 victims have been identified so far. The first was 18-year-old Georgina Callander, th…
By Kelli Boyle

How NYC Welcomes Obama Versus Trump Tells You Everything You Need To Know

President Donald Trump is returning to New York City, his hometown, for the first time since becoming the president. He might be from the Big Apple, but that doesn't mean its residents are happy about his homecoming. The NYPD is bracing for major pro…
By John Haltiwanger

New NYC Bar Coup Donates All Profits To Fighting Trump

When something awful happens, your first instinct is probably to wallow, preferably with a strong drink. It's only after you indulge in your misery that you pick yourself up and start fighting. But what if you could drink away your sorrows and combat…
By Becca Van Sambeck

New York Mourns As The First Female Muslim Judge Is Found Dead In River

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, a judge, was found dead in the Hudson River in New York City on Wednesday. She was 65. Abdus-Salaam had a pioneering career. She was elected to the Supreme Court of New York County in 1993, becoming the first Muslim woman and bla…
By Alexandra Svokos