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In Brooklyn, takeout fatigue is a very real thing. There are only so many times one can Seamless the same Thai noodles, you know? So it’s a wonder it’s taken this long for meal delivery programs to become as popular as they have gotten lately. In many ways, I’m the ideal customer for one of these services. I love to cook, but I have kids and a demanding job, and I don’t always have the...
We’re big fans of winter around here, but we’re not big fans of the way bone-dry winter air wreaks havoc on our skin and hair, leaving us with chapped cheeks and straw-like hair. That’s why we turn to these 15 skin- and hair-saving products. Many are made in Brooklyn, all can be bought here, and each will go a long way toward helping you survive these frigid months. TOP SHELF, LEFT TO RIGHT: Egyptian Magic Skin...
By Tracey Goldstein Polka Dot Events, pdotevents.com * Final walk-through with caterer, planner*, event designer* and music* (*if applicable) * Finalize your guestlist and call/email those who haven’t yet RSVPed * * Provide your caterer and venue with final guest count * * Finalize menu with caterer * * Finalize ceremony with officiant * * Review décor plan with caterer, florist, and any relevant vendors * * Pay vendors who require their final balance to be paid prior to the wedding day...
By Tracey Goldstein Polka Dot Events, pdotevents.com Do Be Realistic: You’re in one of the most expensive cities in the world, so it’s no surprise that the weddings are too. While a little creativity and flexibility can get you a long way on a budget (make your own centerpieces! rent that tux!), some expenses—such as the cost of labor and space—will always be high, so keep that in mind when evaluating proposals from prospective wedding vendors. Do Spend On A...

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