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  1. Corned tongue at Telepan (Photo: Daniel S. Krieger/Telepan)

    New American Cuisine Is Hotter than Ever: 7 NYC Spots Not to Miss

    Though the phrase American food often conjures up thoughts of hamburgers, hot dogs and tuna noodle casserole, there’s a lot more to the cuisine than fast food and one-dish wonders. American food, like the country itself ...
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  2. The Harrison (Photo: Courtesy of The Harrison)

    Where to Eat and Drink in TriBeCa

    The Tribeca Film Festival (April 17-27) is legendary among cinephiles. The 11-day showing extravaganza of independent films and documentaries, which come from some of the most talented folks working in film today, is nothing short of inspiring. And while the  ...
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  3. A 6th-century statue of Buddha Preaching, likely from Sri Lanka, was lent for the exhibit by National Museum, Bangkok (Photo: Thierry Ollivier)

    On View: Lost Kingdoms Emerge from Antiquity at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Evocative Hindu-Buddhist sculptures of first millennium Southeast Asia are making their debut at the Metropolitan Museum of Art ...
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  4. Chris O'Dowd and James Franco in 'Of Mice and Men' on Broadway (Photo: Richard Phibbs)

    Opening Tonight on Broadway: ‘Of Mice and Men’ Starring James Franco

    A new staging of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men officially opens tonight on Broadway, for a limited run through July 27 ...
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  5. How to eat pizza like a New Yorker (Photos: Debbi Morello/Getty Images)

    How to Eat Pizza Like a New Yorker

    The first thing that visitors notice when they come to the Big Apple: New Yorkers do some things a little differently than the rest of the world. We walk and talk faster. We can’t sleep without the honks and the hum of traffic lulling us into slumber ...
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  6. Judith Light and Christopher Seiber (Photos: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Image; Joan Marcus)

    Judith Light and Christopher Seiber to Announce Drama League Nominees

    Two-time Tony winner Judith Light (Other Desert Cities, The Assembled Parties) and Tony nominee Christopher Seiber (Shrek, Monty Python’s Spamalot) will announce the nominees ...
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  7. Soul Train logo

    ‘Soul Train’ Coming to Broadway

    Soul Train, the long-running television series featuring top R&B acts, is on track for Broadway ...
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  8. Tracy Morgan, Hannibal Buress (Photos: Bill McCay/Getty Images, Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

    Daily 5: Tracy Morgan, Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party, More

    Don't miss out! NewYork.com picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. Read on for April 16's best events, from Tracy Morgan at 92Y to the Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party at The Brooklyn Museum ...
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  9. Charl Brown's Dressing Table (Photo: Courtesy Charl Brown)

    What’s on My Dressing Table: Charl Brown of ‘Motown the Musical’

    Ever since he was accepted into a performing arts school in San Diego at the age of 12, Charl Brown’s great passion was theater ...
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  10. Governors Island (Photo: Timothy Schenck Photography/Courtesy of The Trust for Governors Island)

    Free Bikes and New Parkland for Governors Island, Opening Daily This Season

    Nothing says summer in New York like a trip to Governors Island, which is open this year from May 24 through Sept. 28. Don't expect things to be just like last year (in a good way!), as expanded hours, extended free bike hours and 30 acres ...
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