Do you want to look like a chic New Yorker, even in a sideways-blowing snowstorm? Do you know how to tie a scarf? Well, here’s something to do while you’re trapped inside: get ready to go outside by practicing your sartorial skills. Here are instructions, complete with gorgeous photos, to tie a snood, a french twist, and a shoulder wrap; face the world looking sharp.
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The Great Backyard Bird Count 2014 is on! Grab your camera and look outside. Only one day left, but never fear, Jen of Greenpointers has all the deets and info.
Brooklyn is located along the Atlantic Flyway, with many species of birds present year-round. Here’s a tip: an easy way to attract birds to your window (without raising the ire of your landlord): sprinkle bird seed on your windowsill. Be sure to keep an eye on it; if the birds don’t eat the seed, other critters will! Clean off the sill every night.
Turn the radio on, turn the radio on. Sunday is a big night at WFUV. That’s when Rich Conaty spins classic jazz and pop tunes of the 1920s and ’30s in his long-running program, so grab your honey and dance like you’re in the ballroom (or the kitchen) at Downton Abbey. The Big Broadcast on WFUV Sunday nights from 8pm – midnight.