5 Things To Know This AM

From June 25 to July 25, the quarter-century-old CHUCKiES shoe salon on Third Avenue is offering up to 75% off its outstanding footwear selection. The sale is progressive, which means as time goes on, the discounts increase while the selection decreases. So visit and visit often! (CHUCKiES)
Cole Haan has just launched their very own Tumblr, Cole Haan Summr, capturing the most effortless warm-weather styles. Bridget Fleming of Downtown from Behind will be guest editing to help curate the crème de la crème of this season's get-ups. (Cole Haan Summr)
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Time to celebrate 'n' cycle! This weekend, SoulCycle will be hosting three pride-themed classes in the spirit of NYC's Pride Parade (SOUL tattoos included). The West Village studio will host the first session on Saturday at 1 p.m., followed by Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The Union Square location will offer another at 1 p.m. on Sunday. (SoulCycle)
On June 25 and June 26, Big Drop NYC and Hobson will be hosting their Summer Stylist series event at Big Drop NYC, 1321 Third Ave (between 75th and 76th streets). With complimentary personal consultations by renowned stylists, Ise White and Sara Cooper, and 10% discounts on select items, the event has come just in time to perfect Fourth of July ensembles. To reserve your spot, call 212-988-3344. (Big Drop NYC)
Celebrating NYC Pride can be hard for those who don't fancy confetti and heart-throbbing bass. Take Root, a restaurant operated and owned by couple Elise Kornack and Anna Hieronimus, is offering a quieter method of celebration. With a tasting menu on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, followed by a Sunday brunch, you can celebrate Pride and leave your eardrums intact. (Take Root)
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