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Autumn is upon us, but it sure doesn’t feel like summer’s over just yet, with temperatures going well into the 80s and still so much to see and do. Put on your shorts and buckle-up for one last jaunt in the sun, because we’ve got you covered with the best in culture for this upcoming week. The Golden Age of Apocalypse — Stephen Bruner is a Grammy award-winning bassist, producer, and singer perhaps best known...
Let me know if this sounds familiar: you wake up, go to work, go home, exercise (maybe), cook (maybe), clean up, text with friends, meet them, or cancel on them, because it’s been a long day, and you haven’t had a moment to rest since you first woke up. You go to bed drained, and do it all again, even though you haven't had time to recharge. This is how I feel most of the time, anyway, and...
Action and protest are getting a lot of press these days (rightly so), but that forward movement wouldn’t be possible without its counterpart, stillness and preparation. “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence,” said badass activist Audre Lorde in her collection of essays A Burst of Light. “It is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” The goals behind Meditate to Wellness—a two-part retreat designed to bring together women of color to practice breathwork...
This year, the Brooklyn Half Marathon sold out faster than ever. In just 52 minutes some 27,000 bibs were purchased for the country’s largest 13.1-mile race. In 2015, it took just shy of 7 hours. Running has been at peak popularity for a while now. The number of Americans who finished a race increased 300% from 1990 to 2013, and the speed with which runners snapped up $85 bibs for the BK Half is further...

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