8 Things To Do In NYC This Week

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Though the celebrations have quieted down and the long weekend is behind us, our excitement level remains on the up-and-up as we look forward to what this week holds. Free gelato, designer sales, and boat cruises (to name a few) have us holding our heads high. Indeed, you should be amped for the second week of July.
Grab SO many marked-down markdowns.
Century21 is hosting a summer clearance sale and slashing its already-reduced prices up to 75% off. Taking place both in stores and online (plus free shipping on all orders of $99 or more), this sale is NOT to be missed. When: Now.
Where: Online and at all Century21 locations.
Embark on a Riesling cruise.
Imagine you're cruising on a yacht around New York Harbor. The wind is in your hair. Music by Black Taxi and DJ Andrew Devlon is playing in the background. You have a bottomless glass of Riesling in your hand. Sound too good to be true? Well, it's happening! Let the Summer Of Riesling begin.
When: Tuesday, July 8, 7:30 p.m.
Where: 2430 FDR Drive (at 23rd Street).
Tickets: $45.
Scoop up some free gelato.
Gelateria Amorino has opened a second location in Chelsea. And, what better way to celebrate than with the happiest of happy hours, offering free scoops of gelato to all who visit. Bourbon vanilla, calamansi, stracciatella (not to mention the myriad other flavors available). Which will you pick? Or, perhaps you prefer a macaron sandwich: a spoonful of gelato or sorbet served between two almond shells. Ah, or maybe both?
When: Wednesday, July 9, 4 to 7 p.m.
Where: Gelateria Amorino, 162 Eighth Avenue (at 18th Street); 212-255-6471.
Join a club.
Sure, the gym has machines and free weights and classes, but summer weather makes exercising indoors feel like a waste of the bright sun and cool breeze. So, why not run outdoors instead? Lolë is hosting a run club every Wednesday to get you moving through the neighborhood. Now you're going somewhere.
When: Wednesdays, July 9 to September 24, 6:15 p.m.
Where: Meet at Lolë Atelier, 112 Mercer Street (between Prince and Spring streets); 212-226-6820.
Pick up a new habit.
CFDA and MyHabit have teamed up to offer items from over 50 CFDA designers up to 60% off retail. Exclusive Q&As will accompany the large selection of products from Alexander Wang, Carolina Herrera, Marc Jacobs, Marchesa, Prabal Gurung, and more. The profits will benefit CFDA's charitable initiatives.
When: Starting Wednesday, July 9.
Where: Online at MyHabit.
Shop Rachel Comey up to 80% off.
Rachel Comey is the designer who keeps on giving. First, she opens her first brick-and-mortar store in Soho earlier this month, then she hosts a sample sale! Items from her summer 2014 collection will be up to 40% off, while previous collections will be up to 80% off. No brainer!
When: Thursday, July 10, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, July 11, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, July 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: St. Patrick Youth Center Gymnasium, 268 Mulberry Street (between Jersey and Prince streets); 212-334-0470.
Watch Broadway in Bryant Park.
Presented by 106.7 LITE FM, these weekly lunchtime performances feature numbers from Tony Award-winning musicals, including Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, After Midnight, Rocky, Les Misérables, Pippin, Jersey Boys, ONCE, and more. Grab a snack and a seat, and "let [them] entertain you!"
When: Thursdays, July 10 to August 14, 12:30 p.m.
Where: Bryant Park, between 40th and 42nd streets and between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Step into the jungle.
Blogologues, a sketch-comedy show, features scripts created entirely from the Internet and performed word-for-word. Its current show, BLOGOLOGUES: Welcome to the Jungle, showcases the Internet's take on furry cruises, Donald and Daisy Duck sex scenes, people who think they’re animals, and more.
When: Friday, July 11 and Saturday, July 12, 9 p.m.
Where: The C.O.W. Theater, 21A Clinton Street (between Stanton Street and Houston); 917-972-9394.
Tickets: $18 to $70.

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