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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. And the results won’t be too different Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Oxtail Dumplings at the Cecil (Photo: The Cecil)

Oxtail Dumplings at the Cecil

Few people have had a better year than Cecil chef de cuisine Joseph “JJ” Johnson. Since the Harlem restaurant opened in March 2014, Johnson has been named to both Zagat and Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list; a semi-finalist for the James Read More

don't settle for less
Doughnut Plant, Lower East Side (Photo: Whitney in Chicago/Flickr CC)

10 Best Homegrown Restaurant Chains in NYC

New York has plenty of the same chains you’d see in any other American metropolis. But when you’re in one of the world’s greatest eating cities, why would you grab lunch at Subway? Read More

Living in New York»

EXPLORE NEW YORK


Tyne Daly’s New York

Tyne Daly

I love that in New York, I can decide in the evening to hear some music, or go to a museum, or even walk into shows. I love the availability of all different kinds of stimulus Read More »


3 Top Restaurants Near Yankee Stadium

Yankee Stadium (Photo: Wfyurasko/Flickr CC)

Baseball season is here. And, while there areplenty of food options inside the stadium, sometimes it’s nice to make a full day of it, and enjoy a sit-down meal before or after the game. Read More »


New South Bronx Greenway to Open in Summer 2015

A rendering of The Haven Project's plan for the South Bronx Greenway

The South Bronx Greenway is slated to open in summer 2015, which will make things a lot easier for pedestrians and bicyclists traveling through the borough. Read More »

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE


10 Things to Watch Out For in Your Rental Contract

Illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss

Apartment-hunting in New York City is stressful. The frantic search for the perfect pad often goes on until the last minute, and by the time you’re handed a lease you’re usually ready to sign without a second thought. Read More »


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 »

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NEW YORK JOBS


For Love or Money: Making Big Career Decisions

Choosing between love and money in your career Love or Money: (Photos: iStockphoto)

If you are working in a job that you love and are tempted by a job offer, you have a big career decision to make. The new job pays considerably more Read More »


Personal Interests to List on Your Resume that Get People’s Attention

Add Unique Interests to Your Resume (Photo: iStockphoto)

A great way to draw attention to your resume and to stand out as a candidate is an interesting personal interests section Read More »

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Visiting New York»

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    The Ludlow (Photo: The Ludlow)

    Where to Stay Now: 3 Top Hotels in the Lower East Side

    Traditionally a rough-and-tumble neighborhood presided over by tenement buildings, the Lower East Side has come a long way since its early days. Read More »

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    EXPERIENCE NEW YORK


    Top 3 Reasons to Visit the Museum of Modern Art

    Installation view of The Modern Monument in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden at The Museum of Modern Art, 2013 (Photo: Martin Seck/MoMA)

    The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has a double draw: one of the most extensive collections of modern art in the world, and a striking building that rivals the art within. Read More »


    8 NYC Tours Where You Can Eat Like a New Yorker

    The Flatiron Food Tour starts at Eataly (Photo: Like A Local Tours)

    New Yorkers don’t settle — especially when it comes to local foods like bagels, pizza and egg creams. Yet for every exceptional everything bagel with a schmear of fluffy cream cheese, Read More »


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

    Matilda

    Let’s face it: Broadway is expensive and so are children. Combine the two and you’ve got a one-of-a-kind memorable (but pricey) evening, so it’s important that you pick the right show for your child, whatever the age Read More »

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    NEW YORK RESTAURANTS


    8 Fantastic Venues for Private Dinner in NYC

    Hearth (Photo: Katherine Bryant Flaherty/Hearth)

    Who says you have to wait for the holidays in order to toss together a fte at your favorite eatery? There are intimate nooks, rooftop gardens and charming alcoves ready for private groups Read More »


    5 Reasons to Visit the New Palm Court at The Plaza

    Palm Court at The Plaza (Photo: The Plaza)

    Few hotels exude the grandeur or possess the history of the French Renaissance chateau-inspired Plaza. Although this intoxicating past is well preserved at the circa-1907 landmark, Read More »

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    Enter Now to Win the Ultimate Broadway Fan Showdown

    Convince us that you are Broadway's biggest fan and you could win an amazing Broadway weekend in NYC

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    Cherry Esplanade at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    How to Celebrate Spring in NYC

    The days are getting longer, the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming. It's time to get out and celebrate a new season

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    Everything New York

    Natural Wonders

    American Bison and Pronghorn (Photo: D.Finnin/AMNH)

    10 Things You Shouldn’t Miss at the American Museum of Natural History

    Among the brick, glass, steel and concrete that blankets modern Manhattan, whispers of its natural history are still found in street names like Beaver, Pearl, Water, Orchard, Pine, Greenwich, Minetta and Mulberry.

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    OPENING NIGHT

    Lisa Howard in 'It Shoulda Been You' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    A Day in the Life of Lisa Howard of ‘It Shoulda Been You’

    Growing up in Akron, Ohio, Lisa Howard always loved listening to musicals and was constantly singing. “I liked to perform, and I discovered that I was actually good at it

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    STEAMY

    Ken Watanabe in 'The King and I' (Photo: Paul Kolnik)

    6 Sexiest Men on Broadway Right Now: Spring 2015

    Things are warming up in New York City. The weather’s getting balmier, to be sure. But new shows are also opening on Broadway at breakneck speed and generating major heat

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