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Trends Celebrating The Start of Summer

Trends Celebrating The Start of Summer

Mile-High Mayo

We love Cinco de Mayo. I mean, who’s not down for tacos, amirite? But the folks in Denver take their celebrations to the next level. Let’s list off the awesomeness that is the Denver Cinco de Mayo Festival: A parade. Two stages of music and traditional Mexican folk dancing. A taco-eating contest. traditional Mexican foods from more than 350 vendors. A lowrider car show. But perhaps the best of all? Chihuahua races. Sign us up!

Peace, Love & Middle Age

Woodstock – the three-day counterculture festival of peace and music – turns 50 this year, and the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in New York is throwing a party.

Located on the site of the famous concert, the center is celebrating all year long with A Season of Song and Celebration, and a special Anniversary Week slated for Aug. 15-18 with concerts from Ringo Starr and Woodstock legend Santana. Bring out your bell-bottoms and tie-dyed everything – we’re sure it will be far out.


Pup Art

After 30 years of being housed in St. Louis, the AKC Museum of the Dog has returned to New York City. Inside you’ll find one of the largest collections of dog-related art in the world. The current exhibit, “For the Love of All Things Dog,” showcases 260 pieces the American Kennel Club has collected through its 135 years.

You’ll find the museum at 101 Bark… oops, Park Avenue.


Stuff It

Remember when you didn’t have to pay for luggage? Yeah, us too. That’s why we love the Stuffa One jacket, which has 12 stuffable pockets – able to hold up 11 pounds of clothing – to help you walk onto the plane one carry on lighter. Find it at stuffa.us.



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