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Autumn in New York

October may just be my favorite month in NYC

The air gets crisper, the leaves change color, and Little Island gets less crowded (FYI - if you get there before noon, you don't need a reservation). There is always so much happening in NYC, and with more of our population being vaccinated, we can actually go places and meet with people LIVE.

If October is the Autumnal Sandwich, street fairs are the bread

This year's Antic is Gigantic

So excited to see the 46th Annual neighborhood street fair come to life.
Especially because there will be a CIRCUS between Henry & Hicks.

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Greenwich Village Gorgeous

Whether fabulous or foul or somewhere in between, this parade is always a treat. This is a great time to "get your ghoul on" downtown.

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October 9-10 Red Hook Brooklyn is the place to be. Make sure to check out the RED HOOK OPEN STUDIOS next weekend, make sure not to miss my friend, Diana Jensen at the Beard St Pier or the great art featured at PortSideNY at the end of Pioneer St. Click here for more info>>

Open House, NY

Let the annual celebration of architecture, urban design and New York City begin! Every October, Open House New York Weekend unlocks the doors to New York's most architecturally and culturally significant sites across all five boroughs. This opportunity allows you to not only see the city in a new way, but also hear from the people who design, build, and preserve New York. This year's festival is taking place on October 16th - 17th and will feature in-person tours, self-guided tours, and virtual events. For more info Click here>>
The BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) R&B festival has grown to become one of the most beloved Brooklyn traditions. This year on October 2nd, 3rd, 9th, and 10th, both up-and-coming artists and R&B legends will be performing in Fort Greene Park. Attendance is free of charge! Visit BAM's safety protocol page for information regarding Covid-19 safety procedures. The full schedule of events can be found if you Click here>>
Last month I mentioned Broadway coming back, which is true, but there is also some great live theater coming back in smaller venues.
We have a neighbor that will be appearing in Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession at the Gingold previews starting October 12.
Another friend will be performing live in a limited run production of The Exonerated.

Best Fall Foliage in NYC

Fall is in full swing this October and we've lined up a handful of local, off the beaten path parks in the city where you can catch the city's fall foliage. Yes, there are plenty of locations upstate for this, but if you know where to look, the trek doesn't have to be that far. Take advantage of the crisp air outside before the leaves fall and winter begins. Check out our list below.

• Fort Tryon Park
• Prospect Park
• Central Park
• Alley Pond Park
• Greenbelt Nature Center
• Bloomingdale Park
 Van Cortlandt Park
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