We joined Make Pizza, Drink Wine with Award-Winning Pizzaiola @giorgia_caporuscio at @kestepizza in #NewYork. This hands-on cooking + drinking event is a full sensory experience combining music, touch, taste, scent, and flavor. Appetite for more? Check out our story highlight and follow @hellohungrypop on Eventbrite to get in on their next interactive, edible experience.
Getting ready for Halloween? Make sure you are all dressed up with somewhere to go. Whether you’re into haunted hotels, freak shows, or terror tours, your ideal Halloween experience awaits. No matter your city or fright of choice, we have something for you. Click the link in our bio for thrills and chills happening near you.
In 2015, Refinery29 launched 29Rooms, an immersive experience that ignited the craze lovingly known as the "selfie museum.” “We were one of the first events to really harness the power of social media and visual culture in a way that fueled creativity and meaningful conversation,” @pieraluisa, @Refinery29 Co-Founder. Five years later, #29Rooms is still flooding our Instagram feeds with its latest concept, Expand Your Reality. Instead of living vicariously through the 'gram, we decided to explore it ourselves. Check out the link in our bio to find out how @29rooms can expand your reality.
Every year, millions of Americans lose their chance to vote by missing a registration deadline. This #NationalVoterRegistrationDay, make sure you're #VoteReady. Click the link in our bio for voter registration resources and opportunities near you to ensure your voice will be heard and your vote will be counted! Photo credit: @nykidra @blackgirlsvote
If there's one voice we go to when we want to discover up-and-coming artists, it's @thefader. So, we partnered with them to bring their recommendations to life. Each week, they'll be curating a collection of must-see shows for emerging music. If you're an avid music fan, trust us: This collection will become your go-to spot for discovering new music, artists, and venues — All FADER approved. Make sure to follow the collection to never miss a show.
When it comes to the best culinary scenes in the US, San Francisco and New York City top our list. But there are literally thousands of places to eat in those two food-filled cities, from cozy cocktail lounges to under-the-radar neighborhood spots — not to mention all kinds of food tours, cooking classes, and hard-to-find pop-ups. So, we asked @Eater’s editors to cut through the noise and curate a collection of the best fall food and drink events. Did we make you hungry? Check out the link in our bio to discover the most exciting, innovative, and intriguing edible experiences happening in both cities.
“When the frame is passed to me, I take it carefully and realize that IRL bees are not something I’ve ever really looked at up close, and especially not en masse. My general response if one lands on me in the wild is to freeze and look away or to flail like a madwoman. But here, now, after gaining a new understanding of them? They’re lovely, and more than a little magic. It feels pretty special to be entrusted to handle them, if only for a minute.” We got to experience urban beekeeping firsthand with @gardenfortheenvironment. Whether you’re looking for a new hobby or you’re concerned about the future of honeybees, you’ll come away from this class buzzing with knowledge. Read more via the link in our bio.
“‘Maintaining a hive is a big responsibility,’ the beekeeper says. ‘You know — like having a pet.’ Except, of course, this pet is a superorganism composed of anywhere from 5,000 bees in the winter to 80,000 in the hyper-productive summer months. If that sounds super intense and potentially dangerous, that’s because it can be. Eventually — no matter how trained and skilled you are — you will get stung.” Stay tuned for an inside look into what it’s really like to take a beekeeping class — honey, stings, and all. Until then, follow @gardenfortheenvironment on Instagram and on Eventbrite to never miss a class. Link in bio.
This year's @afropunk festival was as epic as ever, but had a clear message: "Attendees were reminded that 'We See You'—your culture, your beauty, your pride, your value," says photographer @floriankoenigsberger, who experienced this year's festival firsthand. Swipe left and check our story for an inside look at 2019's festival, and stay tuned for an in-depth profile on the movement that is #Afropunk. Want to experience Afropunk's energy yourself? Head to the link in our bio for tickets to Afropunk Atlanta, happening October 12 and 13.
“I feel like it’s really hard to get people of color to want to do yoga because they’ve got this preconceived notion that it is not for them,” says Britteny Floyd-Mayo, a.k.a. @trapyogabae. By infusing yoga with hip-hop, twerking with traditional poses, and playful #ratchetaffirmations, Trap Yoga Bae is solving wellness’s diversity problem, helping those who feel left out of traditional yoga environments to finally feel welcome. We got to experience Trap Yoga Bae’s first wellness expo, Trap Day, firsthand. From the beats-heavy yoga class and interactive workshops to the complimentary manicures, massages, and mimosas, that Sunday afternoon in Oakland was a chance for all of us to relax, unwind, connect with other women, and rebuild our lives — for the better. Get the full story via the link in our bio.
“We’re crouched on rubber mats, our legs apart, knees bent, and butts shaking as ‘Twerk’ by City Girls and Cardi B blares through a set of speakers. A bouncing mass of nearly 100 women of all ages, shapes, and sizes, we’re gathered together on a Sunday morning in a downtown Oakland event space with high ceilings and exposed infrastructure. We’re here to cut loose, open up, quash our inhibitions, and partake in Trap Yoga.” Stay tuned for an inside look into @trapyogabae’s epic wellness expo, Trap Day — until then, follow @trapyogabae on Instagram and on Eventbrite to never miss a class near you. Link in bio. 📷: @angsmithers
#TBT to the longest day of the year when we partnered with @dybrkr to host a summer solstice celebration starting with yoga and meditation and followed by an epic dance party. There were DJs, artists, yogis, foodies, dancers, makers – all doers, ready to claim the day and the days after, as theirs. Want to experience @dybrkr for yourself? Find their upcoming events via the link in our bio. #madeforthosewhodo