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Mother's Day is expected to near 80 degrees, and we're here to take the heat off-- well, figuratively speaking. We can't crank up your AC for you, but we can help out with easy, last-minute recipes, fun events and unique outdoor activities.
Plus: Did you know it's the height of bird-watching season? If you can't think about keeping your eyes open that long, that's probably because it's also the height of allergy season. We have natural remedies to take your pain away.
With a rainy Saturday behind us, we're setting our sights on a summer-like Sunday, with a high temp near 80! Who's ready to sweat? More »
They don't call it Sunday Funday for nothin'. From art exhibits and concerts to shows and cocktail classes, here are our top picks for how to spend your day off. More »
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors right here in the five boroughs today—all you need is your sense of adventure and a MetroCard. More »
Forgot to make a reservation for Mother's Day? Well, mom's favorite NYC restaurant might be all booked, but that doesn't mean you can't give her a delicious treat at home. Why not surprise her with a Food Network star's favorite recipe? You can do it! More »
The first two weeks of May are prime time for New York City-based bird-watchers, the Wall Street Journal reports. Spend some time with your eyes on the sky, and you could see anywhere from 100 to 150 different species right now in our area. More »
Buckle up, allergy sufferers: the "pollen vortex" is on its way. New York City may have finally emerged from the polar vortex, but the end of sub-zero temperatures doesn't mean the end of weather-related woes. In fact, health experts say, the unusually long winter has set the stage for a particularly rough spring allergy season throughout the Northeast. Here's what to do about it. More »