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MIDTOWN, SOHO—Your average fancy fitness class will cost you about $30, but tomorrow, Bloomingdale's wants to give someone $1,000 just for pedaling on a bike for a few minutes. At both the 59th Street and Soho locations, hop on a stationery bike and pedal for one to three minutes, and you'll score a $10 bMoney card, as well as the chance to win a $1,000 gift card and two tickets to the amfAR Inspiration Gala. It's all in support of the Foundation for AIDS Research, to which the department store is donating $75,000.
NEW YORK CITY—And in more bike-related news: If you place an order on Outdoor Voices between 10am tomorrow and 12pm Friday—perhaps their new collab with Man Repeller?—an OV team member will personally bike your order over to you for same-day or next-day delivery, totally free. Still prefer to shop in person? Make an appointment to visit the Soho showroom.
NOHO—Original Penguin might be turning 60 this year, but its mascot Pete doesn't look like he's aged a day. Celebrate the brand's birthday at the Noho boutique (654 Broadway) tomorrow evening between 7pm and 10pm for free drinks courtesy of Boodles Gin and PBR, music from the band Life in Film, and snacks from a food truck parked outside.
SOHO—Get ready for the US Open with Lacoste tomorrow evening with tennis champion John Isner, snacks, drinks, and live music at the Soho boutique (541 Broadway) between 6pm and 8pm. Alternatively, you can join the preppy brand on the Central Park tennis courts (near the 96th Street entrance) for free tennis instruction with Lacoste player Jensen Murphy on Sunday, as well as the chance to win prizes, between noon and 2pm; head here for more information.
UPPER EAST SIDE—Tomorrow evening at L.K. Bennett's Madison Avenue boutique, score 10% off the entire store, while an extra 10% will be donated to Autism Speaks. From 6pm to 8pm, there'll also be hors d'oevres and prosecco—just be sure to RSVP to email@example.com before heading over.
TIMES SQUARE—Meet street artist Alex Monopoly at the most giant Forever 21 of them all, Times Square, tomorrow from 6pm to 8pm. You'll get a first look at (and the chance to shop!) the collection, and if you make a purchase, you'll also get an exclusive Monopoly-designed cell phone case. In between sipping complimentary drinks and bites, peruse art installations and customize your own bandana.