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American Bison at the AMNH (Photo: D.Finnin/AMNH)

What Not to Miss at the American Museum of Natural History

It's hard to know where to start at this top museum -- we made it easy

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Jersey Boys on Broadway

See Jersey Boys on Broadway

This musical tells the true story behind Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and includes hits like “Sherry” and “Walk Like a Man”

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Top of the Rock

Secrets of Top of the Rock

You may know it as 30 Rock, by its original name, the RCA Building, or as “the Slab,” a reference to its limestone base. At 850 feet and 70 stories, the skyscraper that’s been officially known as the GE Building since 1988 is the thirteenth tallest in New York Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Oxtail Dumplings at the Cecil (Photo: The Cecil)

Oxtail Dumplings at the Cecil

Few people have had a better year than Cecil chef de cuisine Joseph “JJ” Johnson. Since the Harlem restaurant opened in March 2014, Johnson has been named to both Zagat and Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list; a semi-finalist for the James Read More

don't settle for less
Sigiri (Photo: Yelp)

The 10 Best BYOB Restaurants in New York City

Many restaurants in New York have extraordinary wine lists, cutting-edge cocktail programs, rare beers on tap, hundreds of spirits but more often than not, you’ll pay quite a bit for them. One of the best ways Read More

Living in New York»


NYC Subway Reaches Ridership Milestone

People wait on the L train subway platform at 14th Street/Union Square (Photo: Dphiffer/Flickr CC)

The MTA announced this week an impressive milestone: In 2014, 1.75 billion total customers rode the NYC subway, making it the highest number of passengers seen by the MTA in 65 years. Read More »

Where to Eat near Barclays Center in Brooklyn

Barclays Center (Photo: Yonolatengo/Flickr CC)

One of the perks ofBarclays Centeris itsproximity to Brooklyn’s ethnic enclaves and enterprising hipsters. Read More »

Tyne Daly’s New York

Tyne Daly

I love that in New York, I can decide in the evening to hear some music, or go to a museum, or even walk into shows. I love the availability of all different kinds of stimulus Read More »

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Historic Brooklyn Film Studios to Be Converted Into Housing

The gutted inside of the circa 1930 Brooklyn Vitaphone (later NBC) studios (Photo: Dave Miller and Mike Wright via Save the Vitagraph Smokestack)

New York is not a city of film studios — besides the famous Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, a New Yorker would be hard pressed to name any others. Read More »

What You Can Rent for $10,000 a Month in New York City

Every New York apartment hunt comes with a budget. And if that budget is around $10,000 a month, consider yourself a very lucky renter. Read More »

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Nightlife Impresario Nur Khan Ensures That NYC Never Sleeps

Nightlife impresario Nur Khan (Photo: Nur Khan)

If you’ve gone out clubbing in NYC, chances are that you partied at one of Nur Khan’s nightspots, from the sexy Rose Bar to the groovy Electric Room. But life wasn’t always so glitzy for this club master. Read More »

The 4 Transferable Skills You Need to Develop

Transferable Skills You Need to Develop

The biggest hurdle to a job switcher in the middle stage of a career is convincing a new employer that she has the requisite skills Read More »

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Visiting New York»


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    Where to Stay Now: 3 Top Hotels in the Lower East Side

    Traditionally a rough-and-tumble neighborhood presided over by tenement buildings, the Lower East Side has come a long way since its early days. Read More »

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    Top 3 Reasons to Visit the Museum of Modern Art

    Installation view of The Modern Monument in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden at The Museum of Modern Art, 2013 (Photo: Martin Seck/MoMA)

    The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has a double draw: one of the most extensive collections of modern art in the world, and a striking building that rivals the art within. Read More »

    8 NYC Tours Where You Can Eat Like a New Yorker

    The Flatiron Food Tour starts at Eataly (Photo: Like A Local Tours)

    New Yorkers don’t settle — especially when it comes to local foods like bagels, pizza and egg creams. Yet for every exceptional everything bagel with a schmear of fluffy cream cheese, Read More »

    10 Broadway Musicals That Make the Grade for Kids of All Ages


    Let’s face it: Broadway is expensive and so are children. Combine the two and you’ve got a one-of-a-kind memorable (but pricey) evening, so it’s important that you pick the right show for your child, whatever the age Read More »

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    8 Fantastic Venues for Private Dinner in NYC

    Hearth (Photo: Katherine Bryant Flaherty/Hearth)

    Who says you have to wait for the holidays in order to toss together a fte at your favorite eatery? There are intimate nooks, rooftop gardens and charming alcoves ready for private groups Read More »

    5 Reasons to Visit the New Palm Court at The Plaza

    Palm Court at The Plaza (Photo: The Plaza)

    Few hotels exude the grandeur or possess the history of the French Renaissance chateau-inspired Plaza. Although this intoxicating past is well preserved at the circa-1907 landmark, Read More »

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    How to Celebrate Spring in NYC

    The days are getting longer, the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming. It's time to get out and celebrate a new season

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    Everything New York

    Meat Market

    T-Bone Steak at Lincoln Square Steak (Photo: Lincoln Square Steak)

    10 Finest Restaurants for Meat Lovers in NYC

    The farmers’ markets are beginning to brim with produce as the warmer weather sets in, and it’s always nice to celebrate the season by eating green. But just as some can’t live by bread (and greens) alone,

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    Natural Wonders

    American Bison and Pronghorn (Photo: D.Finnin/AMNH)

    10 Things You Shouldn’t Miss at the American Museum of Natural History

    Among the brick, glass, steel and concrete that blankets modern Manhattan, whispers of its natural history are still found in street names like Beaver, Pearl, Water, Orchard, Pine, Greenwich, Minetta and Mulberry.

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    Lisa Howard in 'It Shoulda Been You' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    A Day in the Life of Lisa Howard of ‘It Shoulda Been You’

    Growing up in Akron, Ohio, Lisa Howard always loved listening to musicals and was constantly singing. “I liked to perform, and I discovered that I was actually good at it

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