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10 Hardest Restaurant Reservations to Score in NYC

Follow our tips and, with some persistence and patience, you'll soon be dining out in style

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NYC's Most Romantic Restaurants

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Times Square

Secrets of Ripley’s Believe It or Not

From albino giraffes at midnight to the chance to showcase your own strange artifacts at the museum, what you don't know about Ripley’s Believe It or Not may surprise you

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Watch the Secrets of the Statue of Liberty

Watch: 5 Surprising Secrets of the Statue of Liberty

Rising regally over New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty is more than just a symbol of New York — she’s a symbol of hope. The most recognizable statue in the world serves as a beacon of promise Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Beef roulade at Paulaner (Photo: Paulaner)

Beef Roulade at Paulaner

Roll out the beer barrels and strike up the oompah band: Oktoberfest starts this weekend! The Lower East Side’s Paulaner will turn into NYC’s “Lederhosen Central” for the next month, starting Saturday. And while there will be the usual selection Read More

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8 Best New York City Water Tours

It’s a New York truism that for the best views of Manhattan, you need to leave the island. Boarding a boat is one of the best ways to do so. A tour through New York Harbor offers the chance to see the Big Apple from a whole different Read More

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Celebrate Oktoberfest at German-American Parade on Fifth Avenue

German-American Steuben Parade (Photo: Bigtimecity/Flickr CC)

Kick off Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 20, at thefamily-friendlyGerman-American Steuben Paradeon Fifth Avenue,which celebrates allthings Bavarian, including dirndl, lederhosen, polka music and karneval groups. Read More »

On View: An Original Mad Men at the Museum of the City of New York

From the 1940s to the 1960s illustrator Mac Conner helped create the Madison Avenue mystique which has captivated fans of television’s retro hit Mad Men for the past seven years Read More »

Take this Class: Painting Lounge

Take a class at Painting Lounge (Photo: Painting Lounge)

Never painted before but always wanted to? Well, even Picasso had to start somewhere. Don’t worry — nobody else who attends the Painting Lounge’s Read More »

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Armchair Apartment Hunting: What You Can Rent for $1,500 a Month in NYC

Armchair Apartment Hunting: What You Can Rent for $1,500 a Month in NYC

Rental prices keep going up and up all over New York. So what can you get if your budget is just $1,500 a month? Read More »

On the NYC Real Estate Roller Coaster: Anna Watson Carl of The Yellow Table

The yellow table in Anna Watson Carl's NoLita apartment (Photo: Signe Birke)

Real estate, a subject that can be taboo in many a city and town, is practically an open forum in New York. It’s not uncommon to find out how much a stranger pays for his or her fourth-floor walk-up well before last names have been exchanged Read More »

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Job Q&A: What Should I Do When I Never Hear Back From an Interview?

Job Q&A with Jeff Lundwall (Photo: iStockphoto)

Job Q&A: I have been on four interviews at the same company. They had me meet all of the senior management, human resources and team members. I received positive feedback from all. I was told I would hear back Read More »

4 Tips for Addressing a Gap on Your Resume

How to Address Gaps in Your Resume

As the economy and consumer confidence steadily improve, we are slowly emerging out of the fiscal crisis of the last five years (wow, has it been that long?!). We’ve all had enough and, thankfully, we seem to be back on the upswing if rising home prices are any indication. Read More »

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    The lobby of The Mark (Photo: The Mark)

    10 Most Striking Designer Hotels in NYC

    New York City is a design capital — and its stylish nature doesn’t stop at fashion. A whole crop of hotels, scattered throughout the city (and across the river), Read More »

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    10 Sites Not to Miss in the Theater District

    George M. Cohan statue (Photo: Aurelien Guichard/Flickr CC)

    If you love everything about Broadway, it’s worth it to take some time to immerse yourself in the legends of the Theater District before your curtain call 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 »

    7 New York City Tours You’ve Never Taken — But Should

    New York Exposed (Photo-Illustration: iStockphoto, Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)

    Plenty of New York City tours hit the highlights, from double-decker bus tours to breezy boat cruises. But if you’re keen to discover Read More »

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    5 Delicious New York Oyster Week Events

    Opening night at New York Oyster Week (Photo: New York Oyster Week)

    Though most people wouldn’t know it, New York might just as easily be called the Big Oyster as the Big Apple, given the role the beloved (and allegedly aphrodisiacal) Read More »

    How to Eat a Soup Dumpling Like a New Yorker

    How to Eat a Soup Dumpling Like a New Yorker (Photos: iStockphoto)

    One of the perks of having a few Chinatowns in our city, from downtown Manhattan to Flushing, Queens to Sunset Park, Brooklyn, Read More »

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    The Ghostbusters Firehouse

    9 Tours That Bring Hollywood to NYC

    Get ready for your close-up, NYC: These cinematic tours explore movie and TV highlights of New York, from 'Sex and the City' to 'Spider-Man'

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    The interactive touchscreens and wall in the memorial exhibit at the 9/11 Museum (Photo: Jin Lee)

    5 Reasons to Visit the National September 11 Museum

    The September 11th Museum opened to the public this May, and this upcoming September will mark the first 9/11 anniversary – 13 years after the towers fell – for the museum

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    9/11 Memorial Museum

    9/11 Memorial Museum

    Explore the history of the World Trade Center and the aftermath of the September 11 attacks via fascinating yet devotional exhibits with photographs, videos and pieces from the recovery effort

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