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Filet at The Old Homestead (Photo: Courtesy of The Old Homested)

New York's Best Steakhouses

Whether you're looking for an aged porterhouse in an equally mature environment or you want a side of eye candy with your filet, we have the New York City steakhouse for you

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Quintessential NYC Restaurants

New York's Best Vintage Diners

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Yankee Stadium (Photo: Jarrett Baker/Getty Images)

Secrets of Yankee Stadium

“Play ball!” Two words that millions of baseball fans across the country eagerly anticipate every spring. The phrase signals the end of winter, while also marking a time of unbridled hope and optimism for teams and their fans. In New Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Keste pistachio pizza

Pistachio Pizza at Keste

There’s no question: New Yorkers have rigid ideas about what is authentic to the Big Apple. But that doesn’t mean we’re not open to other ideas, especially when it comes to flavors. Just own it, which is exactly what Neapolitan pizzeria Kest does Read More

An ode to the city we love
Don Echloes Conway

Get to Know Don Echoles Conway, who leads the Ray Abrams Big Band

As the leader of the Ray Abrams Big Band, Don Echoles Conway is carrying on a New York City tradition that is more than five decades old. The band, which was started by Hank Dougherty in the Read More

Living in New York»


4 NYC Restaurants Serving Seders and Passover Meals

Dassara's Pop-Up Shabbat diner is April 21 (Photo: Courtesy of Dassara)

Break out the matzoh, for the first days of the Passover holiday are upon us — beginning at sundown tonight, and lasting for eight days, from April 14 to 22. With its dietary restrictions (the prohibition of leavening being the most well-known) Read More »

Take This Class: Foraging with Wildman Steve Brill

Wildman Steve Brill (Photo: Linnea Covington)

Now that spring is here, the parks are alive with children playing, bikes whizzing by, dogs running, and the best part: plants blooming anew. This makes it the perfect time to start exploring the wonders of Central Park, Forest Park in Queens Read More »

On View: Tales from the Civil War Homefront at the New-York Historical Society

Civil War Regimental Banner (Photo:  The New-York Historical Society)

As part of the sesquicentennial commemoration of the Civil War (1861-1865) the New-York Historical Society Read More »

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Buying an NYC Apartment: Location vs. View?

View from The Atelier (Photo: Courtesy of The Atelier)

Location, Location, Location. This is the mantra that every single agent uses in the buying process. And there’s a reason: no matter how bad the real estate market is, when you buy with location in mind, the property will always hold Read More »

Ins and Outs of Renting or Buying with Pets

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New York City is full of pets, all sorts of pets: dogs, cats, rats, big pets, little pets, therapy pets, loud pets, pets so quiet you’d never know they were there … But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find an apartment that allows pets, especially if you have Read More »

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Your Attitude and Opportunities at Work

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I had a call with an executive-level client this week who is generally unhappy with the direction his career is going, despite the fact that he has quite the nice Read More »

3 Tips for Improving Your Appearance Before an Interview

New haircut, new job (Photo: iStockphoto)

I say it over and over again to my clients — at all levels, from analysts to CEOs — your appearance and your looks matter Read More »

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Visiting New York»


Your Hotel Search
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    Lights, Camera: NYC’s Top Hotel Screening Rooms

    Discarded Twizzler wrappers, sticky seats, armrest hogs — this can be the usual theater experience. Not so at hotel screening rooms, which have become one of the flashier new amenities to attract guests. With the Tribeca Film Festival,April 16-27, Read More »

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    6 Sexiest Men on Broadway Right Now

    6 Sexiest Men on Broadway Right Now

    When you leave a Broadway show, chances are you’re humming the tunes, raving about the performances, quoting the dialogue and are we missing something? Oh, yes, getting weak-kneed over the knockouts on stage. Read More »

    Life-Like Wax Figures at Madame Tussauds: Can You Tell the Difference?

    Real or wax: Jennifer Aniston

    One of the great visitor attractions in New York City’s Times Square is Madame Tussauds. The NYC branch of the London original is filled with waxen celebrities of all types (Oscar winners, sports champions Read More »

    8 Bike Tours of New York City You Shouldn’t Miss

    See New York on Two Wheels: 8 Bike Tours You Shouldn't Miss

    It’s spring, so get off your feet and hop on a bike to tour New York City. Sure, you could undock a bright blue CitiBike or rent one willy-nilly from an agency, but, if you want a more focused route with a guide to Read More »

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    Manhattan’s Iconic Tavern on the Green Reopening April 24

    Tavern on the Green in 2004 (Photo: Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images)

    Long one of Manhattan’s most storied restaurants, Tavern on the Green in Central Park was an institution from its initial opening in 1934 until its closing in 2009 — and on Thursday, April 24, it will open its doors again Read More »

    Splurge or Steal? 4 Amazing Burgers in NYC

    Shack burger (Photo: Evan Sung

    New Yorkers love to have foodie fights about where to go and what to eat in the city, but few topics spark a discussion so tempestuous as the perfect burger. Opinions differ on bun type, quantity of toppings and meat temperature — but all agree that the quintessential juicy burger Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    Essential Museum Exhibits

    8 Essential Museum Exhibits for Spring 2014

    From Audubon to Andy Warhol, ancient relics to modern street art, New York City's museums are pulling out all the stops to celebrate the return of spring

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    Ultimate Broadway Fan Showdown

    Announcing the Ultimate Broadway Fan Showdown

    Calling all Broadway lovers! Convince us that you’re Broadway’s biggest fan with a creative photo and we’ll reward you with a weekend to remember in NYC

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    Everything New York


    Hit Shows Critics Hated (Illustration: iStockphoto)

    10 Broadway Shows Critics Got Dead Wrong

    In the good old days, actors and producers used to gather after the curtain came down on opening night

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    Camera, Action!

    Cool Job with Clara Mamet (Photo: Brigitte LaComb/Courtesy of Clara Mamet)

    Clara Mamet Makes Her Mark In Front of the Camera and Behind it

    Lots of young artists dream of careers on stage or in film. If they’re actors in New York City, most imagine classes and downtown showcases and (in their darkest hours) depressing “cattle calls” where

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    On the Market

    Real Estate: What you can get for $5,000 in New York City

    Armchair Apartment Hunting: What You Get for $5,000 a Month

    Shopping in the NYC rental market with a monthly budget of $5,000? Lucky you: That price puts you on the higher end of the market, meaning more space and added amenities in newer buildings. Even so

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