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This Week in NYC: November 3-9

What a weekend! Between Halloween parties and the festivities around the NYC Marathon, I’m sure everyone is feeling their indulgences today. Check out our social calendar to keep the fun going for your first week of November.



If you’re like me and are very gingerly surviving post-NYC Marathon, today should feel a.) very sore b.) a little hungover and c.) a little sad. I’m cheering myself up at Great Jones Spa, with a very long soak in the Water Lounge and a deep tissue massage. I encourage all of you to start off your weeks with the same special treatment..with or without the 26 mile excuse! 29 Great Jones St 


Thanks to the layers of clothing I shed during the marathon on Sunday, my running wardrobe feels a bit light for winter. Lucky for me, Asics is having a sample sale with athletic apparel priced 50-80% off this week, starting today. 260 Fifth Ave between 28th and 29th St, open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Today marks the start of the New York Comedy Festival, bringing top shows to NYC in various venues. Tonight, go to Time Out New York’s Women of Comedy at Le Poisson Rouge and celebrate funny women with a lineup of hilariously talented female comics. Tickets can be purchased here for $25. 158 Bleecker St


Bring some music in your week at the Hozier concert, and enjoy the blues-brushed tunes of growing Dublin sensation. 17 Irving Pl, 7 p.m.


This may feel premature, but November means that holiday decorations and festivities are beginning to emerge in Manhattan. The Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park opened last week, and now that the temps match the season, we suggest you make a visit before the crowds get out of control. 6th avenue and 40th street. 8 a.m. through midnight Fri-Sat.



Clinton Hill Flea opened November 1st, boasting bread, designer crafts, and brew. What’s not to love about a shopping trip to one of Brooklyn’s best areas? 176 Lafayette Ave. Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Sacred Chow Brunch

Brunch, of course! Try Sacred Chow in Greenwich Village for a charming ambiance and a tasty, healthy bite. 227 Sullivan St. Serves brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


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