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By New York Natives Staff

We’re watching…

The US Open

What better way to enjoy the amazing late summer weather than spending it at Flushing Meadows, taking in all the pageantry and excitement of the US Open? The fourth and final grand slam of the tennis year, the Open always brings out the stars, both on and off the court.


We’re listening to…

“Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift

Whether you love her, or just love to hate her, there’s no denying that “#TSwift” has another hit on her hands with the feel-good anthem, “Shake It Off.” The lead single from her upcoming album, 1989, the track is currently the top song on iTunes, and the music video has already garnered over 50 million views. Much like a case of Mad Cow, “Shake It Off” will work its way into your brain undetected and leave you grinning like the crazy guy near the West 4th Subway Station.


We’re watching…

The 30th Anniversary: Ghostbusters

Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! For a limited time only, the Academy and Golden Globe Award nominated 1984 classic is back in theaters, remastered in 4k. The film was an instant hit, thanks in part to the standout performances turned in by stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Rick Moranis, and Sigourney Weaver, and remains a beloved and favorite comedy. See it while you can!


We’re eating…

The Cupping Room Cafe

The Cupping Room Cafe, nestled in the heart of SoHo, has been serving fresh, made to order dishes since 1977, and is one of SoHo’s oldest restaurants. Pay them a visit on Wednesday through Saturday and you can catch live music while you enjoy your meal. Speaking of which, try the Skirt Steak with with Rosemary Fries, or stop by for brunch.



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