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The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway

Most Broadway Shows Will Play as Scheduled Tuesday Night

With less snow falling than anticipated, the show will go on for most Broadway hits

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15 Things to Do in January

New & Noteworthy Restaurants

New York Marriott Marquis elevators (Photo: Beleaveme/Flickr CC)

The Most Amazing Elevators in NYC

From sleek lifts with staggering views to ancient birdcage contraptions, NYC has some of the most eye-catching elevators in the world

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NYC's Best Skyline Views

The Art of Rockefeller Center

Magnolia Bakery (Photo: Tipsfortravellers/Flickr CC)

7 Tasty Tours to Indulge Your Sweet Tooth

From cupcakes to cannolis, these tours prove that dessert is the best part of the meal

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5 Unique Chocolate Shops

NYC’s Best Hot Chocolate

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Go behind the scenes
The Plaza Hotel (Photo:  Corbis)

Secrets of the Plaza Hotel

As the cornerstone of Central Park and a beacon of Fifth Avenue’s posh history, the Plaza Hotel, one of the world’s most extravagant stays, debuted on October 1, 1907. Erected as a hotel/residence, and designed to resemble a skyscraping Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Causa at Panca (Photo: Panca)

Causa at Panca

Everyone associates the Irish with potatoes. But the world’s most spud-crazy country has to be Peru. The cultivation of potatoes originated there, in the highlands around Lake Titicaca, for starters, and the country grows 3,800 varieties. It’s no small wonder, Read More

don't settle for less
Two-bedroom suite at Andaz Fifth Ave (Photo: Courtesy of Andaz)

7 Best New York City Hotels for Sports Lovers

What makes a New York City hotel just-right for sports lovers? The hotel needs to be near the stadium, of course, or offer easy public transport. The hotel needs some style and flair (nothing too generic, please). Perhaps most Read More

Living in New York»

EXPLORE NEW YORK


Beyond Skiing: Fun Activities at 5 Top Winter Resorts

Belleayre Mountain (Photo: Belleayre Mountain)

Ski resorts are plentiful in New York State, but there are other ways to play in the snowthan just strapping on skis. Read More »


On View: ‘Lincoln Speaks’ at the Morgan Library & Museum

President Lincoln by Alexander Gardner in 1863 (Photo: The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, GLC 245)

Of the many skills that made Abraham Lincoln one of our greatest Presidents, his command of the English language was singular Read More »


5 NYC Bars with Awesome Super Bowl Parties

New England Patriots fans at Professor Thom's (Photo: Professor Thom's)

The Super Bowl may not be in the New York area this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t catch all the action from one of this fair city’s hundreds of boisterous sports bars. Read More »

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE


6 Newest Residential Neighborhoods of New York City

Long Island City (Photo: iStockphoto)

New York neighborhoods never stay the same for long — this is a city of demolition, new development, gentrification and reinvention. A city where former manufacturing warehouses become Read More »


Opera Singers Sarah Joy and David Miller Hit the High Notes with their FiDi Pad

Sarah Joy and David Miller's home tour (Photo: Greg Chow)

For some couples, decorating a home can set the stage for an operatic melodrama. But for tenor David Miller of the Armani-wearing quartet Il Divo, and his wife, soprano Sarah Joy Miller, who most Read More »

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NEW YORK JOBS


How to Make Your Resume Pass the 10-Second Test

Make Your Resume Pass the 10-Second Test

Ten years ago it was two minutes. Five years ago it was less than 60 seconds. Today, it’s less than 10 seconds Read More »


How to Be Memorable in Your Next Job Interview

(Illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss)

Well, that was fast. Summer is almost over and if you are in the market now for a job, you probably see morejob openings Read More »

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Visiting New York»

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    Wythe Hotel (Photo: Wythe Hotel)

    Which New York City Hotel Neighborhood is Right for You?

    A visit to New York City presents you with a million different decisions – where to eat, what museums to visit, which Broadway shows to watch. Read More »

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    EXPERIENCE NEW YORK


    Escape NYC: 5 Wonderful Winter Getaways

    Skiers at Belleayre Mountain (Photo: Courtesy of Belleayre Mountain)

    The great outdoors is closer than you think. Strike out in any direction from New York City, and you’ll find plenty of ways to cure your winter wanderlust. Read More »


    5 Reasons to See ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ on Broadway

    Alex Sharp and cast of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in Night-Time' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Simon Stephens’ stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel, is now playing Read More »


    10 Things Every Visitor Needs to Know Before Coming to NYC

    10 Things Every Visitor Needs to Know Before Coming to NYC (Photo: Jim Pennucci/Flickr CC)

    Planning a visit to the Big Apple? Check out our month-by-month breakdown for what to bring, come sleet, snow or sun. Read More »

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    NEW YORK RESTAURANTS


    Sweet on You: 5 Unique Chocolate Shops for Valentine’s Day

    Indulge in Royce and Nunu chocolates (Photos: Royce Chocolates, Nunu Chocolates)

    Presenting a heart-shaped box of bonbons to the object of your affection smacks of banality. Skip the uninspired drugstore run this Valentine’s Day and splurge Read More »


    Warm Up: 5 Best Soups in NYC

    Matzo Ball Soup at Second Avenue Deli (Photo: Second Avenue Deli)

    Save for a fur-lined, hooded anorak, there’s no better way to get through a frigid NYC winter than a steaming bowl of soup. Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    A night cruise around NYC

    8 Eye-Opening Night Tours of the City that Never Sleeps

    From romantic harbor cruises under the starry sky to tracking down ghosts in Greenwich Village, here’s how to make the most of NYC after sunset

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    Love locks on the Brooklyn Bridge

    How to Celebrate Valentine's Day in NYC

    From the best restaurants to book to the city's most romantic spots, here are the best ways to spend the sweetest day of the year

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    Everything New York

    Silver Spoon

    The Flatiron building is flanked by desirable living spaces and restaurants (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism Photo)

    The 8 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in New York City

    It’s hard to shock a New Yorker with dollar signs — after all, NYC has among the priciest real estate in the world. We decided to investigate, so we turned to PropertyShark. Theycrunched the numbers,

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    BALLERINA GIRL

    Megan Fairchild in 'On the Town' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    10 Things You May Not Know About Me: Megan Fairchild of ‘On the Town’

    Becoming a star in a hit Broadway show was the furthest thing from the imagination of Megan Fairchild — a principal ballerina for the New York City Ballet

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    SEIZE THE DAY

    24 Hours in New York City Inspired by ‘On the Town’

    As the three handsome shipmen hit the isle of Manhattan while the curtain rises in the gleaming new revival of Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green’s majestic big-city musical

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