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@cher is on her way to the #marchforourlives ✈️💃🏻 Tap the link in bio for everything you need to know about finding a march near you and getting involved.

🚨🐶 Important #nationalpuppyday update 🐶🚨 @jeffgoldblum holding a puppy. That is all. @isleofdogsmovie 📸: @drivenbyboredom

Happy National Puppy Day to all the very good boys and girls out there 🐶🐶🐶 RG @jumbosgolden

Does your small NYC apartment have you feeling like Alice in Wonderland? Tiny apartments are the running joke of New York City real estate. If you live in one, you know that every little square foot counts. So making it a functional, yet still open space does require some creativity. Tap the link in bio for some tips on @thestrategist from a professional organizer on how to best use your space.

Your wedding guests won’t be able to keep their hands off these raspberry donut holes from @theredbury! Tap through our story for more. 😍🍩💍 #nymwedevent

Happy opening night to @frozenbroadway! ❄️⛄️ Tap the link in bio to see how they reimagined its icy world for the broadway stage, and make sure to tune into @vulture's Instagram story tonight for a backstage takeover from @jclayrids who plays Hans! 📸: Deen van Meer

Love, Simon, a film about a gay high-school student coming out and searching for love, marks the first mainstream LGBT teen movie to receive a wide release from a major studio. @thecut spoke with teenagers across the country — all of whom recently came out, or are in the process of coming out — about their excitement for @lovesimonmovie and what it's actually like to come out in 2018. Link in bio for more.

@reesewitherspoon got the best birthday gift today in the form of @jennifer.garner dressing up in her marching band uniform and playing Happy Birthday on the saxophone. Try to top that, @oprah 🎷 RG @jennifer.garner

There's never a wrong time to think about brunch 🤤 Places like @olmstednyc, and their apple strudel sticky rolls that get milk jam poured tableside, have helped usher in something of a New York City brunch golden age. To help you keep track of everything that’s new and notable in New York brunch, we've built a handy guide to 18 places taking the weekend ritual to a new level, which you can read by clicking the link in our bio! 🎥 via @olmstednyc RG @grubstreet

"The story of how 6-year-old Lucia and 2-year-old Leo died five years ago reads like a dark fairy tale for contemporary urban life: A happy family hires a nanny. She rarely speaks but performs her duties with quiet competence. She rarely complains. She never asks for a raise. She wears a uniform without being told to. But then, subtly, her behavior changes. The mother suspects resentment but cannot explain the shift. One day, the nanny fails to rendezvous with the mother. She’s never been late before. And as night falls on October 25, 2012, the mother, Marina Krim, searches her dark and empty Upper West Side home, calling her children’s names. “It was like a total horror movie,” Krim would later testify. At the end of a long hall, she sees a crack of light from the bathroom door. There, she finds her children and her nanny, transformed by unspeakable violence: “She’s all covered in blood, and her eyes are bugged out,” Krim would recall, in emotionally volatile testimony that culminated in her screaming, “You’re evil! You’re evil!” The nanny had stabbed two of her children to death with a kitchen knife and stacked their bodies in the tub." Tap the link in bio to read more about the nanny murder trial that is impossible to watch and impossible to look away from. 🎨: Jane Rosenberg - Marina Krim, left, the mother of the two children killed by nanny Yoselyn Ortega, testifying on March 1 in Manhattan.

“Could extraterrestrials help us save the Earth?” 👽 The recent news that aliens might actually be visiting us, regularly and recently, didn’t provoke terror about a coming space-opera conflict but something much more like the Evangelical dream of the Rapture. Head to our Instagram story for some of the reasons to believe aliens are real. 🎨: Floating Down (1990), by David Huggins, who makes oil paintings about his encounters with aliens.

Due to NYC's weather today ❄️❄️❄️ #NYMWedEvent has been postponed to tomorrow, 3/22. Same time (6-9PM), same place (180 Maiden Lane). We look forward to seeing you there! ✨✨

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