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  1. A group of teenage boys trying to enter the subway illegally (Photo: Stan Wayman/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

    10 Secrets of the New York Subway

    For most New Yorkers, the secrets of the subway lie more in knowing which train car to choose, times to avoid and seat to take. ...
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  2. Works by The Haas Brothers, Nikolai Haas and Simon Haas with The Haas Sisters of Monkeybiz; Al-Gorilla, Eye-sik Newton, Neil Tongue, Bill Nyeland, Isle Be Back and Fungulliver, from the Afreaks series, 2015; Glass beads, wire, wood, mixed fiber stuffing, and cast bronze (Credit: Joe Kramm/R & Company/Courtesy of Cooper Hewitt)

    On View: ‘Beauty — Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial’ at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum

    The Cooper Hewitt's is the only museum in the U.S dedicated to historic and contemporary design. 2016 marks the return of the museum's popular Triennial series, which examines new design developments from around the world. ...
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  3. Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo performs Jean-Christophe Maillot's Cinderella (Photo: ML Briane)

    Weekly Top 10: ‘Cinderella,’ Taste of Harlem, More

    Don't miss out! Every week NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
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    Photo Spot: Pictures from Ruvan Wijesooriya’s #LoveTunnelNYC Installation

    Valentine's Day is upon us, and we are getting in the spirit with Ruvan Wijesooriya's #LoveTunnelNYC exhibition. ...
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  5. Revelers do a Lion Dance in the Chinese New Year parade in Manhattan's Chinatown (Photo: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

    Weekend Hot List: Lunar New Year Parade, Tango, More

    Don't miss out! Every weekend, NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
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  6. Head of a Guardian King, Kamakura Period 13th century. Courtesy Brooklyn Museum

    On View: The Asia Society Celebrates a ‘Season of Japan’

    The Asia Society is celebrating its 60th anniversary with Season of Japan, an ambitious array of presentations, programs, events and a landmark exhibition titled Kamakura: Realism and Spirituality in the Sculpture of Japan. ...
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  7. Untitled, Wendy Ewald (American b.1951) photograph by Oshik, Mahane Yehuda Market, Jerusalem 2012-13. © Wendy Ewald, all rights reserved

    On View: ‘This Place’ at the Brooklyn Museum

    The complexity of Israel and the West Bank is explored through the work of twelve internationally renowned photographers in This Place at the Brooklyn Museum. ...
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  8. 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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  9. Eben Freeman; The bar at GENUINE Liquorette (Photos: Courtesy photo, Garrett Rowland)

    Take this Class: Be Your Own Bartender

    Up your cocktail game by learning the craft from one of the industry's greats, Eben Freeman. A couple times a month, this expert spirit guide hosts budding mixologists at GENUINE Liquorette, ...
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  10. Photo of the Week: Fireworks Over Manhattan Celebrate Chinese New Year

    Photo of the Week: Fireworks Over Manhattan Celebrate Chinese New Year

    Every week, NewYork.com features a Photo of the Week, showcasing NYC. This week's photo features magnificent fireworks bursting over the Manhattan skyline in celebration of the Chinese New Year. ...
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