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Central Park NYC
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The Perks of Central Park in NYC

June 22, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA- There’s nothing more quintessentially New York City than Central Park, especially in warm weather. It’s a much-needed respite from the never-ending skyscrapers of Midtown, from the crowds of SoHo, and from the confines of home. A respite where more than 24,000 trees among 843 acres of… (more)
Gramercy Tavern in New York
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5 NYC Eateries Perfect for Dining Alone

June 19, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA - Whether you’re traveling alone on business, taking a lunch break by yourself, or simply seeking a bit of solitude, there’s no reason why a party of one can’t still be a party. So, in this new series, we’re pointing the way to eateries where the food… (more)
Jp morgan library and museum nyc
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A Wealth of Knowledge and, well, Wealth at the Morgan Library in NYC

June 17, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA –We expect nothing less in decadence or prestige when it comes to something J.P. Morgan ever had his eye on.  Though never really known for his physical appearance or his amiability, Morgan and his legacy are known for his immense collection of paintings, objets d’arts, gems,… (more)
East Village in NYC
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Embrace Boho-Chic in NYC’s East Village

June 15, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Like Williamsburg, the East Village offers an interesting counterpoint to the posh and chic ambiance much of Manhattan provides. This traditionally immigrant neighborhood has been a mecca for the proverbial “striving artist” for decades. You’ll encounter plenty of scruffy beards, black-rimmed glasses, and skin-tight jeans… (more)
Brooklyn Academy of Music
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Respecting tradition in the most upbeat way in Brooklyn, NY

June 12, 2013

Photo Credit: Flickr user garysoup NEW YORK CITY, USA –Who’d ever have thought that the life of a former Playboy Playmate could make an interesting (and appropriate) enough story for the plotline of an opera show? The Brooklyn Academy of Music is taking innovation to a whole new level,… (more)
Hudson River Park in NYC
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Tempting Tuesday: Try Free Fitness Classes at Hudson River Park

June 11, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – At the end of a long work day, many New Yorkers trade in their suits and pencil skirts in favor of running shoes and shorts. And while going to the gym might be on the minds of some, it’s most often the city’s hundreds of… (more)
The Tenement Museum
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History lives on in the Tenement Museum in NYC

June 10, 2013

Photo Credit: Flickr user garysoup NEW YORK CITY, USA –With the decades-old demand for residential space in New York City in full effect to this day, you might not have believed us if we had told you that a particular apartment building in the Lower East Sidehad been boarded… (more)
Death Figures at the Rubin Museum of Art
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Across the Hudson to the Himalayas at the Rubin in NYC

June 9, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA –Magical, peaceful, mindful and wholesome are all words, or feelings, that museums regularly generate in their visitors. But for almost a decade, one museum has been taking the meanings to another level. Stepping into New York’s Rubin Museum of Art feels like stepping into a Himalayan… (more)
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Go Medieval at The Cloisters in NYC

June 8, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – As cliché as it might sound, visiting The Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park is like stepping back in time—to the Middle Ages, that is. This castle-like branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is situated on the tip of Manhattan island, and the incredible views… (more)
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Eat and Haggle in NYC’s Chinatown

June 5, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Chinatown’s colorful and lively culture has been attracting tourists and natives alike to lower Manhattan for years. While recent immigrants have been populating the neighborhoods in Flushing (Queens) and Sunset Park (Brooklyn), the Chinatown found in lower Manhattan is one of the oldest and largest… (more)
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