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What Lucky Editors Were Up to This Weekend

Maura Lynch, senior beauty editor: Though New York City offers just about everything you could ever want in terms of culture, style, and history, when you live here it can be pretty easy to take it for granted. So, every now and then, I like to experience the city through the eyes of a tourist. On Saturday, I got up bright and early and took a ferry to Ellis Island with my parents, who were visiting for the day. It was crazy-hot and crowded waiting for the ferry, but it was totally worth it because the exhibits were completely fascinating (of course, this is coming from someone whose ideal Friday night is spent in front of The History Channel).

Olivia Villanti, online fashion editor: My fiance and I are about to move to Greenpoint in Brooklyn, and when we're not packing, we're trolling our soon-to-be new neighborhood. On Saturday we watched a beautiful sunset over the East River and then made our way to Lulu's, where a personal pizza comes free with your drinks (seriously!)--in my case a glass of white wine and a pepperoni pizza. On Sunday we finally went to see the movie Catfish, which I've been dying to see since our assistant beauty editor Simone Kitchens makes an appearance in it. If you've been following reviews of the film, you know it's a must-see, but consider this one more endorsement: Go. Now.

Alexandra Perron, fashion news contributor: On Saturday I joined fellow Lucky staffer Dana Mendelowitz for some fall shopping. We started off at H&M and Zara, then headed to the Dolce Vita Sample Sale, where the shoes were pretty picked over, but I walked away with an amazing Iro jacket for 60 percent off its original price. I'm dying to wear it once the weather gets cooler! After shopping, we headed to Sigmund Pretzel Shop in the East Village for cinnamon-raisin pretzels with Nutella. Delicious! It was the perfect end to a busy shopping day. On Sunday I went to Fort Greene in Brooklyn to check out the Brooklyn Flea with my good friend Nikki. The market has everything from vintage Valentino to cool handmade jewelry. After falling in love with far too many vintage treasures, we grabbed coffee at Tillie's and spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing in Fort Greene Park.

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