November 2021

Where to See Holiday Trees & Displays Around The Bronx

It’s that time of year! If you’re feeling festive and want to visit some of the holiday trees around The Bronx, there are plenty of tree lightings and holiday displays to check out. Many have tree lighting celebrations and stay lit to the new year. Check out the list below. We’ll continue to add to the list. Bartow Pell Mansion Museum Highlights: candlelight tree tours, holiday cocktail party, Santa visit,

Big Apple Circus Returns to New York City

When the Big Apple Circus closed in 2017, we were sad to see a family tradition go. Then when they returned, the pandemic once again stopped the show. But Big Apple Circus is back at Lincoln Center- “making the impossible, possible!” We recently had a chance to attend opening night, and it was so nice to be back in NYC watching magic happen! Nik Wallenda and his family have created

Thanksgiving Dinner from Aldi for $30 + Gift Card Giveaway

As food costs seemingly rise everywhere, ALDI is once again lowering its food prices for Thanksgiving essentials so that families can focus on what’s really important- spending time with loved ones. In fact, ALDI shoppers can get everything they need for a traditional Thanksgiving feast, including a Butterball turkey, sides and pumpkin pie, in stores or online, all for less than $30. According to a new survey, nearly 90% of hosts

Bronx Laundromat Hosting Free Wash-Giving Days

Clean Rite Center in the Bronx is giving back to the community this holiday season with a 3-Day event. From November 22-24, from 12-8 PM. Clean Rite Center located at 1240 Tremont Avenue will be giving away free washes, as well as other fun giveaways and prizes. FREE WASH-GIVING DAYS are a wonderful opportunity for Clean Rite Center customers or those new to the brand to catch up on laundry for the

The Bronx Museum of the Arts Celebrates 50 Years

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is celebrating 50 years with Bronx Calling: The Fifth AIM Biennial, a meditation on the practice of everyday life in uncertain times. Featuring artworks by 68 artists who took part in the 2018 and 2019 cycles of the Bronx Museum’s AIM Fellowship program, the fifth edition of Bronx Calling finds artists responding to the conditions of contemporary life in manifold ways. Whether in traditional or new media, many of the works