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10 Broadway Shows Not to Miss This Summer

Broadway is heating up as summer nears, so plan now to catch the top shows, plus some of the biggest names before they end their stage runs

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See 'Wicked' on Broadway

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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New York's Statue of Liberty

Secrets of the Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is probably one of the most recognizable structures in the entire world, a “new colossus,” as it was called when it was built, intended to be a shining beacon of welcome and promise for weary travelers entering New York Harbor Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Kasha and bowtie pasta at ABC Kitchen

Kasha and Bowtie Pasta at ABC Kitchen

Tonight is the last night of Passover, when traditionally, the Jewish faith celebrates freedom. Tomorrow, known as Isru Chag, is a day when it is forbidden to fast. Great timing to fill up on one of the most Read More

An ode to the city we love
Bacon Brothers

See Why New York is a Special Place for the Bacon Brothers

Who are the Bacon Brothers? They are the musical duo of actor Kevin Bacon and his brother, Michael Bacon. Since 1995 the brothers have been making and performing music, ranging from children’s Read More

Living in New York»


2014 SummerStage Lineup Announced

Beck will headline SummerStage on July 1 (Photo: Karl Walter/Getty Images)

It’s the springtime moment New Yorkers have waited for all winter: no, not blooming cherry blossoms Read More »

Take This Class: Chef’s Kitchen at La Scuola di Eataly

A class at La Scuola di Eataly (Photo: Courtesy of Eataly)

Get into the Italian groove at the Chef’s Kitchen series of classes at La Scuola di Eataly, hosted in Mario Batali’s themed marketplace in the Flatiron. At least once a week Noemi Ferro, the director of education and events Read More »

Where to Party on the Water in NYC This Summer

Moondance on Pier 84

After a long, cold winter, New Yorkers are preparing to celebrate summer. And could there be any better place to party than one of New York City’s many piers, which offer a long list of events beginning in May and lasting through the fall? Read More »

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

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

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 Read More »

The Allure of New York City Carriage Houses

Brooklyn Heights Carriage House (Photo: Courtesy of Chuck Burgess/Flickr CC)

New Yorkers tend to fetishize buildings not made for living as places to live — firehouses, churches, hospitals, even a former lunatic asylum, but carriage houses, structures originally meant to Read More »

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

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

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 Read More »

How to Re-Brand Yourself and Change Your Career

Re-Brand Yourself and Your Career (Photo: iStock)

I hear it all the time from professionals that are tired of their current job, pining away for something new: they want out, but can’t because they are stuck Read More »

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Visiting New York»


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    The screening room at Eventi (Photo: Courtesy of the Eventi)

    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

    Get Out and Eat

    10 Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in New York City

    10 Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in New York City

    After enduring an infamously cold and snowy winter, New Yorkers are eager to do just about anything al fresco, and nothing tantalizes more than the promise of sun-dappled outdoor dining

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    Value of a Tony (Photo: Courtesy of Tony Awards, iStockphoto)

    The Tony Award: Worth Its Weight in Gold?

    On April 29, the fate of several Broadway shows will be altered. That’s the morning that Lucy Liu and Jonathan Groff with announce the nominees

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    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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