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Citi Field in New York
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Take Me Out to the Ballgame in New York

September 19, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – It’s a typical day at the ballpark: fans yelling, stadium lights blaring, hotdogs and peanuts aplenty. But when it comes to America’s pastime in the Big Apple, nothing else about these two teams is simply ordinary. After all, a trip to see the Yankees or Mets is… (more)
New York Historical Society in NYC
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Tempting Tuesday: Sample New York’s Finest at the New York Historical Society

August 20, 2013

NEW YORK, USA – When it comes to experiencing the heart of New York, any number of the city’s touristy attractions might come to mind (think: Times Square, Central Park, or even the Statue of Liberty). But for a true taste of New York, it comes as no surprise that… (more)
Central Park in NYC
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Tempting Tuesday: Experience Classical Music’s Greatest in Central Park

August 13, 2013

NEW YORK, USA –There’s nothing quite like summertime in New York. From festivals to movies to the arts, this city of concrete and steel transforms into a hubbub of abounding entertainment. Though many of the season’s hottest events are coming to an end (like Bryant Park movies and Restaurant Week,… (more)
Brooklyn Crab NYC
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Fresh from the Maryland Shore at Brooklyn Crab in Red Hook

August 12, 2013

In the summertime, the afternoons are long. And sometimes, especially in Manhattan, there’s just a particular urge to get away from the hustle and bustle, even if for one meal. Eating at Brooklyn Crab is just the ticket for filling those summer days in a tranquil setting with its… (more)
New York Public Library in NYC
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New York Public Library: A Bookworm’s Mecca

July 17, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Since its founding, the New York Public Library (NYPL) has served as a mecca for researchers and book aficionados across New York for more than a century. This magnificent Beaux-Arts building houses two million volumes and artifacts, making it a librarian’s proverbial one-stop-shop to academia,… (more)
Neue Galerie in NYC
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Scour the Carefully Curated Neue Galerie in NYC

July 7, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Housed in the former Fifth Avenue mansion of socialite Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt III, the Neue Galerie began as a labor of love between art dealer Serge Sabarsky and tycoon Ronald Lauder. The duo, who shared a close friendship for nearly 30 years, dreamed of opening… (more)
The Frick Collection in NYC
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A Taste of the Renaissance in NYC’s Frick Collection

July 6, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Leave it to New York to have a tale as common as heartless mogul turned budding philanthropic. Nevertheless, after establishing his steadfast empire, steel tycoon Henry Clay Frick donated his ornate Beaux-arts mansion—and the entire collection of priceless art inside—to create the much-acclaimed Frick Collection… (more)
Art in Chelsea NYC
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Art Talk at the Chelsea Gallery District

July 3, 2013

Whether you go into one gallery or ten in this artistic hub, you’ll appreciate the modernity and innovation that loves to follow New York and its art scene, reaping its benefits just from a simple visit! Read more about the Chelsea Gallery District in Our New York Guide. Chelsea Gallery… (more)
Battery Park and Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC
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Battery Park’s Just the Tip of NYC

July 1, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – After a day spent pounding the pavement around New York, there’s nothing quite like surrounding yourself with the city’s lush greenery. With the smattering of parks amid a sea of skyscrapers, it’s no wonder New Yorkers have come to savor their one-on-one time with Mother… (more)
Trinity Wall Street in NYC
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Connect with NYC’s History on Trinity Wall Street

June 30, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – If there’s one thing I know about New York, it’s that it is rich with history. From the thousands of immigrants who’ve passed through Ellis Island to the historical tenements in the East Village, there’s something to be said about this city’s worldly roots. And,… (more)
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