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Hangar Deck of the USS Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum (Photo: Courtesy of The Intrepid Museum)

Secrets of the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

Stepping off the elevator and onto the deck of the Intrepid is a dramatic experience, to say the least. Stretching the length of three football fields, the mighty aircraft carrier floats in the Hudson, with Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
(Photo: Courtesy of Raymi)

Corn Empanadas at Raymi

When Lent begins tomorrow, meatless days of the week for the observant will now include both Monday and Friday, at least until Easter.In response, restaurants will likely ratchet up fish and veggie options Read More

don't settle for less
The Tonya Charding pie at Roberta's (Photo: Roberta's)

The 10 Best Pizzas in New York City

It’s one of New York’s most iconic dishes, yet also one of its most polarizing, which is why it is not uncommon to overhear debates about what constitutes a good pizza — thin crust, thick crust, wood-fired, coal-charred and that’s before we even Read More

Living in New York»


On View: Emerging Artists Populate ‘Flatlands’ at the Whitney Museum

Bakers Steak, by Orion Martin (2015) Courtesy of the artist.

Flatlands, at the Whitney Museum, brings together five emerging artists Read More »

10 Broadway Shows You Must See in 2016

Must-See Broadway Show for 2016

Dozens of shows play on Broadway at a time, and while it would be amazing to see them all, that’s not exactly realistic. Read More »

8 Iconic NYC Artists And Where You Can View Their Work

Warhol with his paintings on December 15, 1980 (Credits: Toms Fano/Flickr CC, Susan Greenwood / Liaison Agency)

Few have been able to capture the spirit of New York better than its hardworking artistsBy word, sound, shape and color, they’ve not only preserved cultural moments and movements from the city’s 400-year history but also spread its fame around the world Read More »

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3 Unique Converted NYC Churches You Can Live In

A condo at 232 Adelphi Street

New Yorkers today don’t attend church like they used to. Declining congregations across the five boroughs begs the question: What’s a city to do with the hundreds of historic, gorgeous churches Read More »

The 8 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in New York City

The Flatiron building is flanked by desirable living spaces and restaurants (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism Photo)

It’s hard to shock a New Yorker with dollar signs — after all, NYC has among the priciest real estate in the world. We decided to investigate, so we turned to PropertyShark. Theycrunched the numbers, Read More »

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LinkedIn Advice for Recent College Graduates

Advice for new grads (iStockphoto)

Is LinkedIn a necessary tool for recent college graduates? Most experts say yes. However, many recent graduates doubt that this social media forum is worth the effort Read More »

Trust but Verify at the Office

Trust by Verify (Photo: iStockphoto)

The biggest challenge of managing others is learning how to relinquish control. Most professionals will agree that in order to maximize your own productivity Read More »

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Visiting New York»


Your Hotel Search
    No fighting over the TV at Pod 39, where each bunk comes with its own (Photo: Pod Hotels)

    8 Best Budget Family Hotels in NYC

    You’ve been saving for your family vacation to the Big Apple — but you don’t want to blow your entire budget on a hotel. There’s no need to. NYC may be infamously pricey, Read More »

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    A Day in the Life of Alex Brightman from ‘School of Rock’

    Brightman gets physical on stage in 'School of Rock' (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

    Alex Brightman remembers exactly where he was when he got the call from his agent that he got the role of a lifetime. He was cast to originate the role of Dewey Finn on Broadway in School of Rock. Read More »

    On View: ‘The Power of Prints’ at Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Photographer Sescau (Le Photographe Sescau) by Henri de Toulouse-Lautre, 1894, Lithograph printed in four colors; machine wove paper (Credit: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1932/Metropolitan Museum of Art)

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is commemorating the centennial of its celebrated print department with The Power of Prints —a must see exhibition of an artistic medium that is as powerful as it is diverse. Read More »

    Tour Guide Elyse Brandau of On Location Tours Shares Her 3 Favorite Places for a Fun Night in NYC

    The shops at Le District in Brookfield Place; inset: Elyse Brandau (Photos: Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for Brookfield Place, Courtesy of On Location Tours)

    One of the city’s most entertaining tour guides, Elyse Brandau, will “Carrie” you away on the Sex and the City Hotspots Tour with mass amounts of humor and flair. Read More »

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    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: January 2016

    Dishes from the new Acme (Photo: Acme)

    This year certainly got off on the right foot food-wise, with a blizzard of openings to usher in January. Read More »

    3 Great Restaurants near the Empire State Building

    The rooftop at 230 Fifth (Photo: 230 Fifth)

    The Empire State Building is an American icon — and at 102 stories, it was once the tallest building in America. Plus, this famed structure has starred in no less than 250 movies. Read More »

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    Everything New York

    No Sleep till Brooklyn

    Historical photos cover the walls of the rooms at The Brooklyn - A Hotel (Photo: Real Hospitality Group)

    Brooklyn on the Rise: 8 New and Notable Hotels

    Until recently, many travelers chose Brooklyn as a relatively affordable base from which to explore Manhattan.

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    People stroll up a path in Green-Wood Cemetery circa May 30th, 1899; The gothic entrance is seen in the distance (Photo: Museum of the City of New York/Byron Collection/Getty Images)

    Secrets of Green-Wood Cemetery

    Tucked on the edge of Park Slope, Brooklyn is 478 acres of rolling, landscaped topography with views of the New York Harbor, a site brimming with artistic, archaeological, cultural, historical and social significance.

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    Brightman gets physical on stage in 'School of Rock' (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

    A Day in the Life of Alex Brightman from ‘School of Rock’

    Alex Brightman remembers exactly where he was when he got the call from his agent that he got the role of a lifetime. He was cast to originate the role of Dewey Finn on Broadway in School of Rock.

    Read More

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