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Ripley's Believe It or Not (Photo: Courtesy of Ripley's)

Secrets of Ripley’s Believe It or Not

Times Square is known for its oddball characters, a reputation that is clearly upheld at this often-thronged attraction: Ripley’s Believe It or Not. This “Odditorium” is home to rare curiosities, wacky stories and outlandish relics Read More

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Pumpkin Pizza at Pizzetteria Brunetti (Photo: Pizzetteria Brunetti

Pumpkin Pizza at Pizzetteria Brunetti

It’s the time of year when NYC menus are awash with fall’s favorite gourd — from spiced lattes to hearty soups, pumpkin is everywhere. Add a new savory pie to the list — the West Village’s Pizzetteria Brunetti is jumping into Read More

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New York Hall of Science (Photo: Courtesy of New York Hall of Science)

Top 10 NYC Museums for Kids

Ask most kids if they want to go to a museum for the day and the answer is a resolute “no.” But things are different in New York: The city is packed with kid-friendly museums that cover everything from massive blue whales Read More

Living in New York»


Top Spots to Trick-or-Treat in NYC on Halloween

Haunted High Line Halloween (Photo: Friends of the High Line)

When it comes to trick-or-treating, New York City doesn’t exactly lend itself to the traditional door-to-door scenarios we’ve come to associate with the holiday Read More »

On View: Death Becomes Her at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mourning ensemble, ca. 1870 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009)

You can count on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center to showcase cutting-edge fashion even when Read More »

Drink Up: 5 Tastiest Cider Week Events

Celebrate Cider Week (Photo: Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Kicking off the 4th Annual Cider Week, the city is gearing up to celebrate all that is apple. Or, more specifically, the fermented, liquid version of the fruit. Read More »

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New York City’s 10 Most Desirable Addresses

This 7-bedroom unit in The Ansonia lists at $12 million (Photo: Streeteasy)

740 Park Avenue, The Plaza, The Dakota, The Ansonia, The Apthorp. These are iconic, landmark buildings that contain some of the most lavish apartments in New York City, Read More »

Downtown Brooklyn Residential Building Boom: 3,300 Units Under Construction

Brooklyn condo (Photo: Jared Tarbell/ Flickr CC)

In the past few years, Downtown Brooklyn has slowly grown in popularity and density and rent have risen along with, but 2014 will bring even greater changes to the neighborhood. All of Brooklyn has experienced Read More »

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3 Reasons You Should Never Admit to Being Nervous in an Interview

Nervous in Interviews (Photo:iStockphoto)

I saw a candidate last week whom I was helping prepare for an interview with his dream business school (hint: it’s that little school up by Morningside Heights) Read More »

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 »

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Visiting New York»


Your Hotel Search
    The Tatami Suite at The Kitano

    8 Most Serene Hotels in NYC

    New York may be known as the city that never sleeps, but let’s face it, if you’re here on vacation you’re likely looking to catch some Zs in between all of that sightseeing Read More »

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    5 Reasons to See ‘Once’ on Broadway Before It Closes

    'Once' on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Once, the Tony and Grammy-winning musical based on the Oscar-winning film, is currently playing at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater through on Jan. 4, 2015 Read More »

    On View: Matisse at the Museum of Modern Art

    'Blue Nude II (Nu bleu II)' by Henri Matisse Muse (national d’art moderne/Centre de cration industrielle, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.  2014 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)

    Renowned artist Henri Matisse (1869-1954) had a long and celebrated career. Towards the end of his life he is credited with inventing a new medium Read More »

    2014 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Viewing: What You Need to Know

    The 81st Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Center on December 4, 2013 (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

    Winter may still seem far off — but not if you’re planning a holiday trip to New York. The early bird gets the best rates: This is the time Read More »

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    How to Eat French Onion Soup Like a New Yorker

    French onion soup at Benoit (Photo: Benoit)

    It’s a bistro classic that is so common in any casual French restaurant that it’s nearly a clich. Read More »

    Raise a Glass: Capricorn at Boilermaker

    Capricorn at Boilermaker (Photo: Boilermaker)

    In the 17th century, on the Indonesian island of Java, sailors regularly took swigs of Batavia Arrack, Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    Matilda on Broadway

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

    Everyone remembers their first Broadway show, and to make sure that every kid's experience is the best, we've broken down the best musicals by age

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    Fall foliage in Central Park

    How to Enjoy Fall in NYC

    Fall has arrived, and there is a lot of fun to be had this season in New York

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    Featured Events

    Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    With its high-kicking Rockettes and mesmerizing dance numbers, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is one of New York City’s most iconic holiday traditions.

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    Everything New York

    Hidden Nature

    The Blue Whale in Milstein Hall of Ocean Life (Photo: Courtesy of AMNH)

    Secrets of the American Museum of Natural History

    Ask any kid in the greater metro area what his or her favorite museum is, and chances are the answer will be the American Museum of Natural History.

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    Elton John, Dolly Parton and Trey Anastasio (Photos: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images, Terry Wyatt/Getty Images and Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

    8 Pop Stars Who Took Their Talents to Broadway

    Jukebox musicals featuring the songs of top recording artists have supplied Broadway with many recognizable hits by Carole King, ABBA, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and the many stars

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    Hotels with History

    Hotel Chelsea (Photo: Bobbi Bowers/Flickr CC)

    10 Legendary NYC Hotels

    If these walls could talk, oh the stories they would tell. From the silver screen to the silver spoon, these historic hotels have seen it all — and now you can too.

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