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Dash for Cash

Coming Soon:’s Dash for Cash

Starting July 28, we'll be hiding $100 gift cards to around the five boroughs. Here's how to find them!

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Lower East Side Artisan Food Tasting Tour

10 NYC Tours You’ve Never Taken — But Should

Want to explore the New York City that most visitors don’t see? Grab your sense of adventure and go way off the beaten path with one of these excursions

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8 Great Brooklyn Tours

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Empire State Building (Photo: Diego3336/Flickr CC)

Secrets of the Empire State Building

When the Empire State Building was completed in 1931, it became the tallest skyscraper in the world, a title it held until the first tower of the World Trade Center reached its full height in 1972. While the ESB may no longer Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Chapulines at Black Ant (Photo: Prince Rumi)

Chapulines at the Black Ant

Different cultures have different outlooks on insects. To Americans, they have long been considered pests. The ancient Egyptians, however, saw them as sacred. In modern-day Mexico, they are what’s for dinner. The name alone Read More

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Coney Island

The Top 10 Beaches In and Around NYC

New York City may be one of the most densely populated corners of the world, but it’s also surrounded by water — lots of it. This geography translates into an extensive coastline with miles of beaches, from the pounding surf Read More

Living in New York»


Instant New York, Special #HeartsOverNY Instameet Edition: Pictures from July 19

HeartsOverNY Instameet Instagram hosted its first Instameet on Saturday, July 19 in partnership withShake Shack and @WhyILoveNewYorkCity. Thanks to all who participated, especially those who utilized your wooden hearts! Read More »

Last Chance for Tickets: 6 Shows You Won’t Want to Miss Before They Close

Of Mice and Men on Broadway

There are just a few short weeks or even a few short days to catch some Broadway and Off-Broadway shows before they close for good Read More »

Take This Class: Homebrewing

Brew your own beer at Bitter & Esters (Photo: Bitter & Esters)

Making beer in the comfort of your own home is all the rage lately. And the bonus is that you don’t need a lot of space to do it, Read More »

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6 Under-the-Radar New York City Neighborhoods

Houses along 5th Avenue in Sunset Park, Brooklyn (Photo: Sunghan Yoon/Flickr CC)

There’s been plenty of ink spilled on the quickly rising prices of housing throughout New York City, but that doesn’t mean all hope is lost for home-seekers on a budget. Read More »

Manhattan Real Estate Prices Are Still Going Up, Up, Up

How high will New York City real estate go? (Photo: iStockphoto)

This may not come as a surprise to those who have been watching the NYC real estate market, but 2014 is off to a strong start, at least when it comes to Manhattan real estate. Both Douglas Elliman and Brown Harris Stevens released their first quarter Read More »

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Nurturing New Relationships in Your Network

Illustration by Mary-Louise Price Foss

The longer you live and work in the city, the more your network will evolve. Relationships with former colleagues from jobs you held even five years ago 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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    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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    On View: Toulouse-Lautrec’s Paris at the Museum of Modern Art

    'La Troupe de Mademoiselle glantine (Mademoiselle glantine’s Troupe)' by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1896 (Courtesty: The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller)

    Artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is synonymous with late nineteenth century avant-garde Paris. Best known for his vibrant posters of Parisian nightlife Read More »

    Michelle Williams Extends Her Stay in ‘Cabaret’ Revival

    Michelle Williams in 'Cabaret' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Life will be a cabaret a bit longer for Oscar nominee Michelle Williams who will extend her Broadway debut as the fun-loving, reckless chanteuse Sally Bowles Read More »

    10 Fun and Filling Food Tours in New York City

    Grimaldis Pizza (Photo: MattHurst/Flickr CC)

    New Yorkers are notoriously picky eaters. Why so choosy? They’re spoiled for choice. New York is a city full of iconic joints — every New Yorker has a favorite slice and detailed reasons to back it, and the same Read More »

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    10 Best All-You-Can-Eat Deals in NYC

    10 Best All You Can Eat in New York City

    Not all buffets are the domain of blue-haired early birds. While heaping plates of food are traditionally the hallmarks of strip mall food courts, Read More »

    Splurge or Steal? Oysters

    Oysters at Ten Bells (Photo: Courtesy of Ten Bells)

    Oysters in New York City are notoriously expensive. Spending three or four dollars for a mouthful can seem a bit punchy, but these briny bivalves have a way of making you forget the price pretty quickly. Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    Clipper City Tours

    8 Best New York City Water Tours

    New York City is surrounded by water -- and hopping on a boat is the perfect way to cool off, take in skyline views and enjoy a cocktail or three

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    Perfect NYC Summer

    Have a Perfect Summer in NYC

    From now until Labor Day, we'll be sharing our best tips for summer fun, with a special focus on weekends

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    Sitting Pretty

    The Nomad (Photo: Courtesy of The Nomad)

    The 10 Most Beautiful Restaurants in New York City

    New York is a culinary capital. But it’s also a style capital. Bring the two together and you have some of the world’s most beautiful restaurants.

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    The Les Miserables marquee on Broadway circa 1990 (Photo: Gerard Sioen/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

    8 Ways You Know You’re a ‘Les Mis’ Super-Fan

    It started as an 1862 epic French novel by Victor Hugo. But Les Misrables didn’t really take off until those urchins, heroes and villains started to sing

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    New York Exposed

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

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

    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

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