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Rendering of lobby in Terminal 4 of JFK Airport (Credit: Courtesy of Delta)

The Resurgence of NYC’s Airports and Transport Hubs

From new food halls to complete overhauls, there are some serious changes in store for these hubs

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Things Locals Never Do on the Subway

Surprising Tips for Catching a Cab

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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Where to Eat Before Jersey Boys

Signs You Are a Major Jersey Boys Fan

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Martinis served at Sardi's (Photo: Courtesy of Sardi's)

Secrets of Sardi’s

Since its opening in 1927, Sardi’s restaurant has served as the unofficial Broadway Hall of Fame, with 1,200 portraits of the restaurant’s famous “friends of the house” currently hanging on its walls. People like Bernard Schwartz, a shoeshine boy who set Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage (Photo: Bricolage)

Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage

The Vietnamese have a way with words when it comes to cooking. The beef dish, bo luc lac, for example, is named after gambling dice, for its small square cut and their “tossing” within a wok. Tanguyan are confections so light, they are known Read More

don't settle for less
The pool at the One UN New York (Photo: Courtesy One UN New York)

8 of New York City’s Best Indoor Hotel Pools

In a city where space is at a premium, swimming pools in hotels — or anywhere for that matter — are rare. Though the quantity of hotel swimming pools< may be low, their quality isn’t. We tracked down eight of the city’s Read More

Living in New York»

EXPLORE NEW YORK


First Look: Larry David in ‘Fish in the Dark’ on Broadway

Larry David as Norman Drexel in 'Fish in the Dark' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm scribe Larry David is making his Broadway debut as the writer — and star — of Fish in the Dark. The play’s large cast Read More »


Take this Class: Brazilian jiu-jitsu

Jiu-jitsu class (Photo: Modern Martial Arts)

Lucky for New Yorkers, you don’t have to travel far to get schooled in the art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu. AtModern Martial Arts NYC, you’ll learn all the moves critical for jiu-jitsu self defense, while honing your mental strength. Read More »


On View: Kehinde Wiley at the Brooklyn Museum

'Shantavia Beale II' (2012) by Kehinde Wiley (Photo: Jason Wyche. Collection of Ana and Lenny Gravier, courtesy Sean Kelly, New York.  Kehinde Wiley)

Artist Kehinda Wiley has a creative footprint in two time periods — past and present — and draws inspirations from both. Though his portrait subjects are contemporary Read More »

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE


8 Over-the-Top Amenities in NYC Luxury Apartments

Rendering of an apartment at Soori Highline (Photo: Soori Highline)

A new year of New York City real estate promises lavish (and sometimes mind-boggling) apartment amenities — for those who can afford it. In 2015, the highest-end condos will come outfitted with sparkling private pools Read More »


10 Developments Changing the New York City Landscape

Rendering of The Greenwich Lane with the NYC skyline (Rendering: Courtesy of The Greenwich Lane)

Buildings come and go in New York City with lightning-fast efficiency and most end up being absorbed into the neighborhood culture. Every once in a while, however, a development comes along that redefines Read More »

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NEW YORK JOBS


Homepolish Co-Founder Will Nathan on How He Started a Company That Could Revolutionize Interior Design

Homepolish Co-Founder Will Nathan (Photo: Claire Esparros)

A few years ago, Will Nathan quit his job as an investment banker, sold everything he owned and moved from San Francisco to New York. Read More »


Are You Willing to Do What It Takes to Get a Job?

What it takes to get a job (Photo: iStockphoto)

Are you happy with your job search results? If not, are you willing to do what it takes to get a job? Most people say that they are highly motivated and putting tremendous Read More »

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Visiting New York»

FIND A NEW YORK HOTEL


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    Quiz: Which Hotel is Right for You?

    The good news? As of 2014, New York City reached an all-time high of 102,000 hotel rooms. The bad news? That’s a lot of hotels to sift through to find the right one. Read More »

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    EXPERIENCE NEW YORK


    Bruce Willis to Make Broadway Debut in ‘Misery’

    Bruce Willis (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

    Emmy and Golden Globe winner Bruce Willis will star alongside Obie winner Elizabeth Marvel in Misery, a stage version of Stephen King’s suspenseful novel Read More »


    8 Fabulous Tours for a Girlfriend Getaway in NYC

    Sashay down the cobbled streets of the Meatpacking District like the 'Sex and the City' gals (Photo: On Location Tours)

    When girlfriends get away, it’s time to do all the things you never get the chance to do at home. Whether that means raising a glass of wine in the middle of the afternoon, Read More »


    On View: Bjork Sets the Stage at the Museum of Modern Art

    Bjrk, 'Post,' 1995 (Photo: Stphane Sednaoui. Image courtesy of Wellhart Ltd & One Little Indian

    Icelandic singer-songwriter Bjork has been bringing her singular style of music to audiences throughout the globe for nearly thirty years. And now the Museum of Modern Art has given Read More »

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    NEW YORK RESTAURANTS


    Best Pub Grub in NYC for St. Patrick’s Day

    A bartender pours whiskey at Dead Rabbit (Photo: Dead Rabbit NYC)

    St. Patrick’s Day is afoot and everyone has pubs on the brain. Thing is, while there’s no shortage of bars that freely pour whiskey and Guinness, there’s a dearth of good, authentic Irish food around town. Read More »


    Raise a Glass: By the Yard at Upholstery Store

    By the Glass at the Upholstery Store: Food and Wine (Photo: Upholstery Store)

    After a stylish metamorphosis, Upholstery Store: Food and Wine seduces with exposed brick, a cozy window nook and pops of sultry blue. Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    The Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Skyline

    Tours of Brooklyn That Get the Borough Right

    From brewskies to the Bridge, from culture to Coney Island, Brooklyn is one borough that’s got it going on

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    Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink

    How to Celebrate Winter in NYC

    New York is always hot, no matter how cold it gets outside

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    Everything New York

    Viva Mexico

    Pampano dining room (Photo: Pampano)

    8 Best Mexican Restaurants in NYC

    New York City used to be sorely lacking in quality Mexican cuisine. That’s no longer the case. NYC now rivals its West Coast counterparts with its terrific Mexican comida,

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    Go Girl

    Sashay down the cobbled streets of the Meatpacking District like the 'Sex and the City' gals (Photo: On Location Tours)

    8 Fabulous Tours for a Girlfriend Getaway in NYC

    When girlfriends get away, it’s time to do all the things you never get the chance to do at home. Whether that means raising a glass of wine in the middle of the afternoon,

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    Inside Scoop

    An exhibit on celestial mechanics at the New York Hall of Science (Photo: NY Hall of Science)

    New York Pass: 10 Unique NYC Museums That Should Be on Your Radar

    For one price ($80 for adults, $56 for kids), the New York Pass provides access to over 80 attractions and, just as importantly, the chance to skip to the front of the line at many popular stops.

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