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Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan

Secrets of the Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art, now firmly ensconced in a shiny new building that opened in 2004, is all clean lines, white walls, and well-lit corners. But MoMA is home to what is arguably the world’s greatest Read More

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Chocolate Brooklyn Bridge at The River Cafe (Photo: Courtesy The River Cafe)

Chocolate Brooklyn Bridge at The River Cafe

Few New York City landmarks are as iconic as the Brooklyn Bridge. Overlooking it, particularly at night, is magical, especially if you happen to be dining at Dumbo’s The River Cafe. The setting beholds one of Read More

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Whitewater rafting (Photo: Urban Sherpa Travel)

8 Best Tours for New York Adventure Seekers

Whether you’re running to catch the subway or trying to score that last-minute Broadway ticket, life is never boring in NYC. It can sometimes seem, however, like true adventure — the get dirt Read More

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EXPLORE NEW YORK


Take This Class: Flower Arranging

A student at work at the American School of Flower Design (Photo: American School of Flower Design)

If you have ever had an inkling to learn more about flower arranging and how to take care of cut buds, world renowned florist Michael Gaffney is the person to go to Read More »


On View: Why Children’s Books Matter at the New York Public Library

From 'The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter' (Photo: Jonathan Blanc for the NYPL)

With its 91 locations throughout the city, the New York Public Library is an invaluable resource for residents and visitors alike. The landmark Fifth Avenue branch Read More »


Take This Class: Knife Skills at the Brooklyn Kitchen

Take a knife skills class at Brooklyn Kitchen (Photo: Jackie Neale Chadwick/Courtesy of the Brooklyn Kitchen)

Slice, dice, cut, mince and chop your way through this useful course at the Brooklyn Kitchen where they cover everything you wanted to know about the knife. Read More »

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE


8 Best NYC Neighborhoods for Postgrads

New graduates dance in Washington Square Park (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

New York City is one of the most popular destinations for the postgrad set, but the move to the big city after college can be daunting. Read More »


10 Best Pools in NYC Residential Developments

10 Best Pools in NYC Residential Developments (Photo: iStockphoto)

New York City is no Los Angeles: Private pools are few and far between when compared to California. But, they do exist – you just need to know where to look. Read More »

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NEW YORK JOBS


Self-Reflecting Questions to Help Focus Your Job Search

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I am working with a mid-career client this month who has too many options, a bit of a typical millennial dreamer — wants to do everything, 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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    The Tatami Suite at The Kitano

    8 Most Serene Hotels in NYC

    New York may be known as the city that never sleeps, but let’s face it, if you’re here on vacation you’re likely looking to catch some Zs in between all of that sightseeing Read More »

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    The 14 Most Anticipated Broadway Shows for Fall 2014

    What's Hot on Broadway for Fall 2014

    The 2014 New York fall theater season will resemble a master class of stars, with notable names returning to the stage and others making their Broadway debuts Read More »


    On View: Toulouse-Lautrec’s Paris at the Museum of Modern Art

    'La Troupe de Mademoiselle Églantine (Mademoiselle Églantine’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 »


    8 Best New York City Water Tours

    Explore New York City with Clipper City Tours

    It’s a New York truism that for the best views of Manhattan, you need to leave the island. Boarding a boat is one of the best ways to do so. A tour through New York Harbor offers the chance to see the Big Apple from a whole different Read More »

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    NEW YORK RESTAURANTS


    Raise a Glass: Butterfly Knife at Urbo

    Butterfly Knife Cocktail at Urbo (Photo: Guillaume Gaudet/Courtesy of Urbo)

    Yes, amid Times Square’s chaotic crush of humanity­ — and the aggressive, costumed superheroes wandering its streets — it is possible to find salvation Read More »


    10 Best NYC Restaurants on the Water

    River Café (Photo: VivaVioleta Photography/River Café)

    It’s easy to forget that Manhattan is an island. Dining out at a waterfront restaurant will soon remind you. But not just any table will do — the food, after all, has to live up to the setting. Read More »

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    NYC Tours You've Never Taken

    7 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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    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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    The lobby of The Mark (Photo: The Mark)

    10 Most Striking Designer Hotels in NYC

    New York City is a design capital — and its stylish nature doesn’t stop at fashion. A whole crop of hotels, scattered throughout the city (and across the river),

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    Stomp Off-Broadway

    8 Longest-Running Shows in NYC

    Every season, dozens of new shows open in New York, both on and off Broadway. Some don’t last more than a couple months, while others

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    Petaluma's Linguini Vongole GF (Photo: Petaluma)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: August 2014

    Summer vacations are wrapping up, kids are heading back to school and it’s that time of year when the seasonal quiet lifts and things begin buzzing again

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