Puerto Rican Day Parade, Tony Awards, 'Orange is the New Black' advice and more
Don't let your Saturday night fun ruin your Sunday morning. We have a secret hangover cure from fitness guru Tara Stiles, so you can wake up refreshed and ready to celebrate the 57th annual Puerto Rican Day Parade, or enjoy the ethnic diversity of downtown at the Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival. And don't forget to cap the night off watching the Tony Awards! It'll be a hot, sunny day, according to the National Weather Service, with a high around 85 degrees. If you were thinking of hiding inside with the AC blasting while binge-watching "Orange is the New Black," well, we get it, but New York Magazine tells us why that's not a good plan.
Tara Stiles, model, yogi and founder of Strala Yoga in NYC, teaches us three quick, easy yoga poses to cure a hangover. What could be better for a Sunday morning routine? More »
We're all excited that "Orange is the New Black" is back on Netflix, but New York Magazine says we should NOT spend our entire weekend binge-watching the next season. Here's why. More »
Sunday looks like sunny skies and a high around 85 degrees. See the National Weather Service's full report. More »
The National Puerto Rican Day Parade returns Sunday, and it promises to renew its focus on Puerto Rican heritage in its 57th year. More »
The 2014 Tony Awards air Sunday night, and our theater critic, Matt Windman, is predicting the winners. More »
The Lower East Side and China Town are celebrating their diverse ethnic backgrounds on Sunday with the 14th annual Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival, an event that brings together Chinese and Jewish communities for Yiddish lessons, Chinese food and more cross-culture fun. Here's how to RSVP. More »