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There is so much to discover at New York’s must-see museums and iconic buildings and monuments

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  1. The Portal of Valenciennes (La Porte de Valenciennes) by Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684–1721), The Frick Collection (Photo: Michael Bodycomb; Courtesy of The Frick)

    On View: ‘Watteau’s Soldiers: Scenes of Military Life in Eighteenth-Century France’ at the Frick Collection

    When artist Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) painted military scenes he did not focus on glorified battle heroes or armies engaged in the chaos of combat. He chose instead to portray ...
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  2. Indulge with the Kindred Spirits ice cream making class at Ample Hills Creamery (Photo: Ample Hills Creamery)

    Take this Class: Making Boozy Ice Cream

    What do you get when you combine summer drinking with cold and creamy dessert? Two seasonal activities that pair so well together, you may never go back to choosing just one. ...
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    Don’t Miss NewYork.com Updates and Deals in Your Facebook News Feed

    Recently, Facebook announced that its algorithm is changing for how you view content on your News Feed. ...
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  4. Astoria Park Pool (Photo: Ericskiff/Flickr CC)

    Splish, Splash: The 6 Best Public Pools in NYC

    Summer marks the opening of all New York City's outdoor public pools, and they’ll stay that way through Labor Day. When the sweltering heat moves ...
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  5. Rockefeller Center (Photo: Chiara Rodolfi/Wikimedia CC)

    Secrets of Rockefeller Center

    Although it's hard to believe it now, Rockefeller Center was a grand experiment that many people thought would fail when John D. Rockefeller Jr. began it in 1930. Today, of course, Rockefeller Center is one of the most lively ...
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  6. People watch and photograph the sunset on 14th Street during 'Manhattanhenge' (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    Manhattanhenge Shines Again in New York City

    Manhattanhenge is back. Bring the camera: Tonight and tomorrow (July 11-12), at 8:20pm and 8:12pm respectively, Manhattanhenge will light up the streets of Manhattan. Also known as the Manhattan Solstice, ...
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  7. Modest Mouse performs on stage (Photo: Kevin Winter/ Getty Images)

    Weekly Hot List: Modest Mouse, Diane Arbus, More

    Don’t miss out! Every week NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
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    Weekend Hot List: French Street Fair for Bastille Day, Outdoor ‘West Side Story’ Screening, More

    Don’t miss out! Every weekend, NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. Read on for the best events on July 9 and July 10, from Bastille Day  ...
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    Mosaics by Artist Chuck Close Will Grace the New Second Avenue Subway

    The opening of the Second Avenue Subway has been a long time coming. (The proposal to extend the subway line ...
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    On View: ‘Audubon: Birdman for a Fledgling Nation’ at Nolan Park on Governors Island

    Governors Island is a 172-acre island in New York Harbor where visitors can enjoy a variety of activities and events during the summer. This season’s calendar includes ...
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