Posts Written On November 2017

Best Eyeshadow Palettes Under $25

Eyeshadows have ruled the makeup world for some time now. Everyone needs that perfect neutral shade for daily wear or that risqué color for a night out. If you are looking to try out some great new shades without breaking the bank, here are some of my favorite eyeshadow palettes under $25.

Morphe’s 9A Always Golden Eyeshadow Palette

These nine golden shades in the Morphe 9A Always Golden Eyeshadow Palette are sure to take you places, faux real. Crazy-creamy, powerfully pigmented, beyond-blendable eyeshadows perfect for some fun in the sun or some fake-it-til-you-make-it action. Choose your own color adventure. But one thing’s for sure; you’ll never run out of ways to turns heads.

Price: $12.00

Essence’s All About Toffee Eyeshadow Palette

This Gorgeous Essence All About Toffee Eyeshadow Palette has eight complementing, buildable colors and multiple finishes; satin, matte and metallic effects. It blends easily and the colors will stay on all day! Perfect palette for everyday wear.

Price: $5.49

Covergirl’s Goldens TruNaked Eyeshadow Palette

CoverGirl’s Goldens TruNaked Eye Shadow Palette has a stunning range of neutral shades for your perfect nude eye look. Richly pigmented shadows in golden, and in a range of colors and textures – from neutrals to Smokeys and shimmers to mattes.

Price: $5.99

Makeup Revolution’s Iconic 1 Redemption Eyeshadow Palette

Makeup Revolution’s Iconic 1 Redemption Eye Shadow Palette is a perfect mix of pearl, shimmer and matte shades. As comfortable and familiar as your favorite t-shirt, the bronzy tones of this palette will make you want to strip down and bare all (in the best way possible).

Price: $7.00

NYX’s Cosmic Metals Shadow Palette

Create a spectrum of out-of-this-world eye looks with the Cosmic Metals Shadow Palette – a new eyeshadow set inspired by NYX Professional Makeup Professional Makeup’s beloved Cosmic Metals Lip Cream. Powered by six pigment-packed eyeshadows, this gorgeous set loads your lids with rich, metallic color and incredible color payoff.
Price: $9.99

E.L.F.’s Online Only Need It Nude Eyeshadow Palette

Achieve beautifully natural eye looks with these perfectly curated 10 neutral eyeshadow shades in the e.l.f. Cosmetics Need It Nude Eyeshadow Palette. This collection of hues is ideal for shading, highlighting, and defining the eyes. These silky smooth shadows can be used as a liner, on the lid, and in the crease of the eye for an expertly contoured and blended look. Cruelty free and vegan.

Price: $10.00

Sleek Makeup’s Under A Spell Eyeshadow Palette

Create a variety of stunning looks with these 12 shades of mineral based, highly pigmented eyeshadow in the Sleek MakeUP Under A Spell Eyeshadow Palette.
Price: $12.99
BH Cosmetics Be… by BubzBeauty 12 Color Eyeshadow Palette
Known to her YouTube fans as BubzBeauty, Lindy Tsang hand-picked the must-have shades in her BH Cosmetics Be… by BubzBeauty 12 Color Eyeshadow Palette. Each shade offers day-to-night versatility – and emphasizes fans’ beauty, both inside and out.
Price: $14.50

Models Own’s Supernatural Eyeshadow Palette

Go to a parallel universe with this Models Own Supernatural Eyeshadow Palette. From dark secrets to sultry whispers, it’s totally bewitching. With the brush, apply metallic nudes, shimmer browns and rich golds for a look that’s out of this world.

Price: $17.99

 

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Sit back, relax and let Snow Fox work its magic! Snow Fox Arctic Breeze Detox Mask!

With the winter season right around the corner, it time to reexamine skin care routines and boost hydration needs.  The Snow Fox Arctic Breeze Detox Mask is the perfect mask to add to your beauty arsenal before the temperature starts to drop.  This all in one mask moisturizes, brightens and tightens pores all in one single use.

So sit back, relax and let Snow Fox work its magic!


Arctic Breeze Detox Mask, $30

  • A powerful mask that moisturizes, brightens and evens out skin tone while tightening pores
  • Essential oils work to extract impurities from deep within the skin
  • Key ingredients including Peppermint Oil Extract, Aloe Vera Leaf and 100% Organic Cotton Sheet

Designed for all skin types, Snow Fox products do not contain any artificial colors, dyes or fragrances, parabens, SLS, phthalates, sulphates, mineral oils, silicones, phenoxyethanol, and petrochemicals.

Deep Hydration, Detox and Intense Repair. Each mask is made with 100% Premium Organic cotton and is specially sealed in a sterile laboratory room to ensure 0% cross contamination. This keeps the formula highly potent and incredibly fresh – literally, fresh out of the lab!

The best selling, media favourite, globally sold out skin hero – loved by all skin types world wide.

Perfect for those much needed “it’s-been-a-long-day/night/ugh” Skin Rescues or After Sun Repair.

Other products I recommend from The Snow Fox.

Soothing Facial Cleansing Mousse, $35

  • Brightens, Exfoliates, Refines & Revitalizes Skin – without abrasive beads or particles.
  • Organic peppermint oil provides natural, cooling antiseptic and antimicrobial protection while Alpha Hydroxy Citric Acid gently removes dirt, sebum build up & dead skin cells. Paired with Aloe Vera to stimulate skin regeneration for healthy new skin.
  • Non-irritant, hypo-allergenic formula will leave your skin feeling refreshed without stripping it of natural oils.

A powerful yet gentle formula designed to combat and remove grease, dirt and impurities without drying out the skin’s natural moisture levels.


Day & Night Defense Cream, $55

Daily Hydration, Repair and All-Round Protection for all Skin Types.

With daily use, it repairs damage, improves skin texture, evens out skin tone (hyper-pigmentation) and regulates sebum production – within 18 days you should notice a visible difference in skin health.

The light weight, Ultra Absorbent hydrating formula was specifically designed to be make up-friendly.

Smooth, silky and thick enough to nourish and rebuild the skin’s natural barriers, the Defense Cream can also be used a natural primer and matte foundation blender for a dewy finished glow.

Snow Fox Skincare is available for purchase at snowfoxskincare.com.

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The Art of Sex and Seduction

The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, welcomes New York Times bestselling author, TED speaker, and renowned couples therapist Esther Perel for a talk and book signing celebrating her new book, The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity on Monday, December 11 at 7pm in FIAF’s Florence Gould Hall.

Together with celebrated writer and journalist Anand Giridharadas, Perel will explore the intricacies of modern romance, love and desire, trust and transgression, sex and power.

Esther Perel is widely regarded as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. A therapist with 30+ years of clinical experience, her ability to speak intellectually about how the quality of our relationships impact the quality of our lives has drawn a devoted, international audience to her best-selling books, online courses, and popular TED Talks.

This special talk is presented as part of FIAF’s provocative annual series The Art of Sex & Seduction.

Talk in English. Followed by Q&A and book signing.

About Esther Perel

Esther Perel’s groundbreaking first book Mating in Captivity introduced Americans to the inherent conflict in even successful marriages between emotionally safe but boring intimacy and thrilling but potentially risky, eroticism, love, and lust. It became a global phenomenon and was translated into 24 languages. Ever since, couples therapist Perel has been recognized as one of the world’s most original and insightful thinkers about couples, sexuality, and the peculiar paradoxes besetting modern marriage in the Western world. Fluent in nine languages, she helms a therapy practice in New York City and serves as an organizational consultant for Fortune 500 companies around the world. Her celebrated TED talks have garnered nearly 20 million views and her newest book is the instant New York Times bestseller The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity. Esther is also an executive producer and the host of the Audible original audio series Where Should We Begin? www.estherperel.com

About Anand Giridharadas

Anand Giridharadas is a writer and journalist. His latest book, forthcoming in the fall of 2018 from Knopf, is Winners Take All. He is the author of The True American: Murder and Mercy in Texas and India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation’s Remaking. He was a foreign correspondent and columnist for The New York Times from 2005 to 2016, and has also written for The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and The New Republic. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Anand has lived in France, Maryland, England, Michigan, India, and New York, where he currently resides with his wife, Priya Parker, and son, Orion.

About FIAF

The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is New York’s premiere French cultural and language center. FIAF’s mission is to create and offer New Yorkers innovative and unique programs in education and the arts that explore the evolving diversity and richness of French cultures. FIAF seeks to generate new ideas and promote cross cultural dialogue through partnerships and new platforms of expression. www.fiaf.org

Merci!

Link to buy tickets: http://fiaf.org/events/fall2017/2017-12-11-talk.shtml.

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Palmer’s NEW Coconut Oil Formula line

The weather becomes cooler and cooler, below are some products from Palmer’s NEW Coconut Oil Formula line that are perfect prepping skin for the cooler months ahead.

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula products contain ethically and sustainably-sourced Coconut Oil and Tahitian Monoi Oil, infused with Tiare flower petals. These raw natural ingredients deliver luxuriously rich moisturization for decadently pampered skin.

Hydrating Facial Mask ($8)

Is your skin stressed out from the cooler weather? Try the Hydrating Facial Mask for a blend of rich, natural oils that immediately begin rehydrating depleted skin, creating a breathable moisture-barrier to lock in hydration, retain skin’s suppleness and prevent rapid-recurring dryness.  

Cleansing Balm ($8)

One of the best ways to transition your skincare routine from fall to winter is to switch up your cleanser. Instead of using a harsh cleanser try this gentle balm that effectively cleanses the skin while helping it to maintain an optimal moisture balance. It also removes all traces of makeup, dirt, pollution and surface bacteria so skin is purified and detoxified naturally. By using natural oils to clean the skin, it never feels dry, stripped or tight.  

Facial Moisturizer ($10)

To help avoid dry skin, using a good moisturizer becomes even more important in during the cooler months. Palmer’s Coconut Oil Facial Moisturizer is an indulgently creamy, moisture-boosting formula that replenishes and revitalizes skin for a dewy, radiant complexion. Naturally skin-healthy Coconut Water helps maintain optimal hydration and keep skin looking balanced all day long. 

Luminous Hydration Facial Oil ($11)

For an added boost of hydration, Palmer’s Coconut Oil Luminous Hydration Facial Oil combines Fair Trade Extra Virgin Coconut Oil and nine other pure precious oils to deeply boost hydration, replenishing and revitalizing skin to its most naturally dewy, radiant and healthy-looking state. It also helps to maintain skin’s optimal moisture level so skin is balanced and never greasy or over producing oil to compensate for dryness.

About Palmer’s:

E.T. Browne Drug Company is one of the longest standing proprietors of skin and hair care products in the United States. The company has been family owned since the middle of the nineteenth century and has been under the current ownership since 1971. E.T. Browne Drug Company has been headquartered in New Jersey for over 50 years.

Under the current ownership, the revolutionary brand Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula was created and introduced to the world. Since that time Palmer’s has expanded on its vast knowledge and heritage, developing brand ranges such as Skin Success, Shea Butter Formula, Olive Butter Formula, Coconut Oil Formula, Olive Oil Formula and Hair Success. These brands give E.T. Browne a strong presence in important market segments such as skin care, pregnancy, skin fade care, and hair care. Palmer’s has a global presence; available in over 80 countries offering the #1 Cocoa Butter brand in the world. This unique heritage and commitment to quality has stood the test of time, making Palmer’s a trusted household name, used by families for generations.

Find more Palmer’s products at https://www.palmers.com/.

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New York State Fall Foliage Report

Considerably brighter fall foliage is predicted for this weekend throughout New York State, according to volunteer observers for Empire State Development’s I LOVE NEW YORK program. Peak conditions will be found in the Adirondacks, Catskills, Central New York, Finger Lakes and Chautauqua-Allegheny regions. I LOVE NEW YORK defines “peak” foliage as the period when the leaves are displaying their best overall appearance of the season.

Brighter colors have emerged throughout the Adirondacks over the past week. In the Whiteface region of Essex County, expect peak to past peak foliage with nearly complete leaf transition and bright red, yellow, orange and green leaves. Colors have come on strong over the past week. Foliage is past peak in the higher elevations. This weekend, expect 90 percent foliage change with bright orange, red and yellow leaves, despite significant leaf droppage. Leaves will be at peak in the town of Minerva. Expect 90 percent color change and red, yellow and brown leaves of average brilliance. Lake Placid has seen a late emergence of brilliant color over the past few days. This weekend, look for just past peak conditions with some bright, beautiful shades of orange, yellow, gold and red.

In Ticonderoga, look for midpoint to near peak foliage with 65-70 percent color change and red, yellow, orange, green and brown leaves of average brilliance. Around Crown Point, look for mid-to-near peak conditions this weekend with between 50 and 85 percent color change, with greater change as you climb away from Lake Champlain. Lingering shades of green are being overtaken by average shades of gold, yellow and bronze, along with some reds. In the Lake Champlain area around Willsboro look for 50-60 percent color change and leaves of bright golden yellows and deep reds along the lake coast.

In Northern Franklin County, spotters in Malone are expecting peak foliage for the area this weekend with 65 percent color change. Deep reds and maroons are showing up amid the yellows and greens this week. Spotters in Saranac Lake expect peak foliage this weekend with 90 percent color change and muted to average shades of red, orange and yellow. In the Tupper Lake and Mt. Arab areas some bright color, unusual for this time of the season, has emerged over the past few days. This weekend, foliage will be past peak with 95 percent color change and clusters of golden yellow, russet, pumpkin and burnt orange leaves with intermittent hues of scarlet and burgundy.

In Hamilton County, Inlet will be past peak this weekend with 90 percent color change and shades of bright yellow and orange popping out as the last of the leaves turn. Foliage inSpeculator will also be past peak with spotters predicting 60-80 percent color change, and bright shades of orange and red among remaining green. Foliage will be past peak this weekend in Old Forge, in Herkimer County. Look for 85 percent color change and a variety of remaining fall colors of above average brilliance. In Warren County, foliage change will range from midpoint in the Lake George area to near peak in the northwestern areas of the county around Gore Mountain as brighter shades of red and orange emerge.

In the Catskills regionDelaware County will reach peak foliage this weekend, with nearly complete leaf change and bright gold and red leaves. Foliage throughout the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County will be at peak for the upcoming weekend with nearly complete leaf change and bright shades of red, yellows, oranges and purples. Above 1500’ foliage is just past peak. Look for some bright and beautiful shades of red, yellow and orange. In Sullivan County, foliage will near peak this weekend with 50-60 percent color change and bright red, purple and orange leaves, along with a hint of yellow. Ulster County spotters in Kingston expect foliage to be at midpoint of change this weekend with 35 percent leaf transition and increasing brilliant shades of yellow, bright orange and burnt red.

In the Capital-Saratoga region, foliage will range from midpoint of change to near peak. In Fulton County, spotters reporting from Lapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center in Northville expect near peak foliage this weekend with 80 percent color change and brilliant reds and oranges along with a variety of yellows and browns. Albany County spotters atThacher State Park in Altamont expect 70-80 percent color change and near peak to peak average shades of yellow, brown and some red. Saratoga County will be near to at peak with 70 percent color transition. The colors have changed dramatically over the past week and the full range of fall colors are visible including bright reds, yellows, and oranges, along with ambers and greens. In Rensselaer County, color change will be at midpoint, ranging from 40-50 percent in the western and southern parts of the county, and 50-65 percent in the eastern and northern parts. A significant amount of leaves have fallen, while many green and brown leaves remain on the trees. Schenectady County spotters in Glenville note an increase in bright oranges adding to the greens, reds, yellows and golds already present. Look for 35-40 percent color transition this weekend and foliage at midpoint of change.

In Central New York, Oneida County observers in Utica are calling for peak foliage this weekend and near complete leaf transition with muted shades of gold, yellow and amber accented with bright orange against a backdrop of assorted shades of green. Peak foliage arrives in Chenango County this weekend, according to spotters in Norwich. Look for 75 percent color change and a green backdrop giving way to more and more pops of bright red, yellow and orange leaves. Sumacs are particularly colorful. Spotters in Mohawk in Herkimer County predict near complete leaf transition by next weekend with brilliant peak red and orange leaves, along with some gold and purple. In Schoharie County, spotters reporting from Howes Cave expect peak foliage this weekend with 50-60 percent color transition and a very brilliant assortment of all fall colors. In Otsego County look for peak to just past peak leaves this weekend. Colors have noticeably brightened over the past week and include yellow and orange, along with some shades of red.

Broome County spotters in Binghamton expect near peak foliage and 45 percent color change this weekend. Look for bright yellow, red and green leaves. In Montgomery County, spotters reporting from Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site expect foliage change to be around midpoint this weekend with 60 percent color change and shades of orange and yellow of average brilliance, along with some deepening reds. Madison County spotters reporting from Cazenovia expect 30 percent color change with orange, yellow and red leaves of average brilliance dominating the shoreline of Cazenovia Lake.

Leaves have become noticeably brighter and more colorful in the Finger Lakes region. Peak foliage will arrive in Chemung County with 75-80 color change and very bright orange hues, along with shades of yellow and red. In Livingston County, spotters in Geneseo expect near peak foliage this weekend as the rain this week seemed to help the colors emerge. Look for average shades of yellow, along with some bronze, leaves despite is significant leaf droppage.

Foliage will reach near peak in other areas of the region this weekend. Tompkins County spotters reporting from Ithaca predict near peak leaves this weekend. Look for 75 percent color change and purple, yellow and orange leaves predominating along with some green and some bright red leaves of average brilliance. In Tioga County, Owego foliage spotters expect midpoint conditions heading toward near peak this weekend. Look for 65 percent color change and muted yellow, brown and green leaves. In Seneca County, foliage should be near midpoint of change with 60-65 percent color transition and increasingly brighter leaves of green and yellow, along with hints of red and orange. Spotters checking in from theCorningHornellBathHammondsport and Keuka Lake areas of Steuben County expect midpoint to near peak conditions this weekend with 60 percent color change and bright red, burgundy, gold, yellow and orange leaves.

In Cayuga County, Auburn spotters predict foliage at midpoint of change this weekend with 60 percent transition and orange, red, yellow and green leaves of average brilliance. Foliage at midpoint of change will be found throughout Cortland County, according to spotters there. Look for 50 percent color change and red, yellow and green leaves of average brilliance. In Ontario County, expect 45 percent color change by the weekend and average shades of orange and brown interspersed among the mostly green background. In the hills south of Syracuse, Onondaga County spotters expect 40 percent color change this weekend and midpoint conditions. The noticeable change from last week includes a brighter mix of yellow, orange and green, with pops of red throughout the display. In Onondaga County, spotters reporting from Syracuse University expect just 20 percent color change in the city this weekend with some yellow leaves of average brilliance emerging.

Foliage is approaching midpoint of change, according to Schuyler County spotters in Watkins Glen. Look for 30-40 percent color change this weekend and bright shades of yellow and orange, along with green. In Monroe County, spotters reporting from Rochester expect midpoint foliage with 55-60 percent color change this weekend. Look for subtle shades of light green, yellow-green and some red, dark red and russet colored leaves, along with a touch of orange. Trees that normally have yellow leaves in the fall have been slow to turn from green to yellow; often these trees are a combination of yellow leaves on the top (or underside) with the rest of the tree still retaining green leaves. Significant leaf droppage is also reported. North of Rochester, colors near Lake Ontario will range from 15-25 percent changed. There are spots where a large amount of trees are changed (mostly yellow), and then there other areas nearby with virtually no color. More trees in the area are starting to display shades of yellow, red and rust, but green still is the prominent color. Brilliance is mostly muted except for those areas with the greatest color change. In Yates County, near peak leaves are predicted for the weekend, with 75 percent color change and average to bright orange, yellow, green and some purple leaves. Color is considerably lower in the Rushville area. Look for beginning to midpoint foliage with touches of red and yellow still dominated by green.

In the Chautauqua-Allegheny region, foliage at Allegany State Park in Cattaraugus County will be at peak this weekend with 60 percent color change and mostly yellow leaves of average brilliance, along with a touch of red and orange. In Little Valley, foliage will be near peak this weekend with 40 percent color change and bright orange, green, gold, rust and crimson leaves. Leaves will be 30 percent changed in northern and southern Chautauqua County this weekend with predominating colors of green, along with some red, orange and yellow. The middle portion of the county will be 35 percent changed.

In the Greater Niagara region, Wyoming County spotters in Perry are predicting 60 percent change this weekend and midpoint conditions with average to bright shades of red, yellow and orange becoming more predominate. In Erie County, spotters reporting from Springville expect midpoint to some near peak foliage this weekend with 50 percent color change and yellow, orange and green leaves of average brilliance. Buffalo will be at midpoint this weekend with 25-30 percent color change and more and more average shades of red and yellow appearing. The foliage in the Buffalo Southtowns is further along and closer to near peak than near the hills, where it is around midpoint.

Leaf peepers checking in from Batavia in Genesee County predict 40-45 percent color change and midpoint conditions this weekend with bright red and orange leaves dominating the fall color. Foliage change has been slow in Orleans County. This weekend expect up to 30 percent color change with shades of green and gold of average brilliance, and some shades of red just starting to pop. In Niagara County, expect 20 percent leaf transition and a wide range of fall colors.

In the Thousand Islands-Seaway regionAlexandria Bay foliage reporters in Jefferson County are calling for peak foliage this weekend with nearly complete leaf transition and brilliant red, orange and gold leaves. Color change in St. Lawrence County will range from 50-75 percent. In the Adirondacks area of the county there are some pockets of past peak and peak foliage. In the St. Lawrence River Valley some pockets are near peak some pockets are at peak. Leaves are red, yellow and green and are of average brilliance. In Oswego County look for midpoint conditions and 50 percent color change by this weekend. The foliage is taking on the color of the harvest season. Some dull greens remain on the trees; purples, reds, oranges and yellows are coming through with small pops of brighter colors dotting the landscape.

In the Hudson Valley, foliage will be near peak this weekend in Orange County, according to spotters in Goshen. Look for 50 percent color change and glowing red, yellow and oranges. Leaves will be near peak and brilliant around the New City area of Rockland County, according to observers there. Expect 50 percent color change with bright shades of orange along with some red and yellow. Columbia County spotters reporting from Hudson expect 50-60 percent color change and midpoint conditions this weekend with green, golden orange and yellow leaves of average brilliance, along with some reds popping out. In Dutchess County, Poughkeepsie will see foliage at the midpoint stage with about 25 percent color change, featuring yellow and orange leaves of average brilliance. Color is expected to remain low in Westchester County this weekend. Look for 20 percent color change and some red and orange leaves of average brilliance.

On Long Island, Nassau County, spotters reporting from East Meadow predict 25 percent color change for the weekend with some yellow and red leaves of average brilliance emerging from the green backdrop. Most areas are just starting to turn, while other areas around ponds and lakes are at mid-point and beyond. In Suffolk County, leaves will be a little more than 10 percent changed. Spotters reporting from Tanger Outlets in Riverhead note fall colors of yellow and some purple of average brilliance.

In New York City, spotters reporting from the Morris Park section of The Bronx predict 10 percent color change for the weekend with more shades of yellow and red appearing sparingly. There has also been some droppage of colorful leaves.

Volunteer Leaf Peepers

The I LOVE NEW YORK team of volunteer Leaf Peepers, located throughout the state’s 11 vacation regions, are tasked with keeping track of the color change in their area as leaves progress each week. The information is then used for fall foliage reports, which are posted online each week, featuring a detailed map of color change throughout New York State, vantage points for viewing spectacular foliage, suggested autumn getaways and weekly event listings in each region.

About Fall Foliage

The weekly foliage report, a detailed map charting fall color progress, vantage points for viewing spectacular foliage, suggested autumn getaways and weekly event listings are available by visiting the I LOVE NEW YORK web site at www.iloveny.com/foliage. Reports are also available by dialing, toll-free, 800/CALL-NYS (800/225-5697) from anywhere in the U.S., its territories and Canada. To learn how to become a volunteer Leaf Peeper, e-mail your name, address and phone number to foliage@esd.ny.gov. Fall foliage reports are also available by dialing, toll-free, 800-CALL-NYS.

About New York State

New York State features 11 beautiful vacation regions. New York’s attractions span from landmarks such as Niagara Falls to the wine trails of Hudson Valley and treasures like the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Whether it’s wide-ranging outdoor activities for the whole family like hiking, culinary wonders and farm-to-table fresh foods, snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, or the rich history and culture of one of the 13 original colonies, New York State offers diverse activities for all travelers. For more information, visit www.iloveny.com. Media can find press releases and more at http://www.iloveny.com/thebeat/.

Follow the I LOVE NY social media channels for news on tourism in New York State. From NYC to Niagara Falls and all points in between, there’s so much to love to LOVE in NY! Check out I LOVE NEW YORK on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for great ideas for your next getaway.

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The Brew Hop 5K + Craft Beer Festival 2017

Fun photos from The Brew Hop 5K + Craft Beer Festival 2017.

 

About Brew Hop 5K + Craft Beer Festival:

THE RACE

Start with a stretch and run (or walk!) the scenic course through Randall’s Island with all the foliage you can handle and waterfront views of the NYC skyline. Once you finish the 5K, it’s time to party!

THE FESTIVAL 
As soon as you cross the finish line, unlimited tastings from 15+ local craft breweries will be waiting for you to indulge. We’ll also have live music, lawn games, picnic area, photobooth, and some amazing food vendors in attendance for you to enjoy with your beers.
THE PRIZE 

Every runner will receive a finisher gift as they cross the finish line with the top 3 men and women receiving special merch packages to take home.

The Brew Hop is in support of:

Oceanic Global is a non-profit that taps into universal passions of art, music and emerging tech to educate individuals on issues impacting our oceans and provide them with solutions for driving positive change. We create immersive experiences that: engage local communities, generate measurable impact, amplify the efforts of synergistic groups, and ignite global action.

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