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This Week in NYC: June 29-July 5

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The 4th of July is this weekend, which can only mean one thing: time to celebrate! I definitely got my dose of fireworks this weekend celebrating Pride, but I’m not even close to partied out. This week is full of patriotic events, movies and more. Enjoy, and Happy 4th!


FOR SPECIAL SECTIONS - SUMMER IN THE CITY - HBO Bryant park summer fillm festival
Grab your favorite picnic blanket and a friend and head over to Bryant Park for summer movie nights! The lawn opens at 5:00 p.m. and movies start at sun down, so make sure you get there early to get a good spot! Learn more here. Afraid you won’t make it in time to get a good seat? Buy tickets here to secure a prime location for the movie here.


More FREE outdoor movies coming your way! Loft, in partnership with the LOL Movie Series, asked funny girl extraordinaire, Whitney Cummings, to handpick some laugh-out-loud films. First up, Bridesmaids! RSVP here. 8:30 p.m., Solar One, FDR Drive and 23rd St


If there’s one thing New Yorkers love it’s a good show. Come check out the city’s premier variety show, the Ten Foot Rat Cabaret! Enjoy: comedy, music, Burlesque, Vaudeville, and more. Tickets are only $10 here.


Feeling a little extra patriotic this week? We have the perfect activity for you! The Liberty at Sunset Cruise. Enjoy views of the Manhattan, Williamsburg and Brooklyn Bridges, to South Street Seaport, Lower Manhattan, and the Freedom Tower, you’ll have a chance to take all of these sites in as you cruise by. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased herePier 15, 78 South Street.



World’s largest pub-crawl? Yes please! Looking for something fun and boozy to do all weekend? Then you may want to join into the city’s 3-day pub-crawl to celebrate the 4th! Tickets are $20 and available here.


Nothing says “America” like Nathan’s Famous hotdog eating contest! Come out to cheer on your favorite eaters and enjoy some hotdogs of your own. Need we say more? Find more information hereConey Island, activities begin at 10 a.m.



Nurse that inevitable 4th of July hangover with a delicious Bloody Mary at brunch! May we suggest recently reviewed Randolph Beer for their cocktail pitchers and pub grub? Read our full review here. 343 Broome St, LES.

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