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Wednesday, June 17th: Free Manis, Free Met Opera & NY Philharmonic, $5 Magazines + More

Wednesday, June 17th: Free Manis, Free Met Opera & NY Philharmonic, $5 Magazines + More

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Wednesday, June 17th: Free Manis, Free Met Opera & NY Philharmonic, $5 Magazines + More

Posted: 17 Jun 2015 08:01 AM PDT

See free & cheap NYC events for tomorrow, Thursday, June 18th (more added later today).

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$5 Subscriptions to Your Favorite Magazines + Gifts for Dad

Posted: 17 Jun 2015 07:49 AM PDT

See all the $5 magazine deals on Amazon.

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Fortune, Money, This Old House, Popular Photography, Sunset, Wired, Bicycling, Field & Stream, ESPN, Golf, Popular Science, Better Homes & Gardens, Food & Wine

For You
Real Simple, Vogue, InStyle, Health, People StyleWatch, Travel + Leisure, Essence, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Glamour, Allure, Women’s Health, Self, Lucky

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Discounted Tickets to ‘Lions, Tigers and Brews’ Craft Beer Fest in Central Park Zoo + Live Music & Costume Contest

Posted: 17 Jun 2015 07:18 AM PDT

Craft Beer Central Park Zoo

Click here for discounted tickets to Lions, Tigers and Brews.

Tired of the same old bars? Come out to Lions, Tigers and Brews for a craft beer festival held in a one-of-a-kind venue: the Central Park Zoo. As the stars come out over the Manhattan skyline and the animals settle in to sleep, you’ll be enjoying unlimited craft beer samples from 60 breweries at the zoo’s majestic colonnade. Come dressed as your favorite animal for the costume contest. Some of the city’s best eateries will also have food available for purchase, plus live music from the Hudson Horns, and you’ll go home with a souvenir tasting glass.

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