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    NYC Parks and Pools See Record Number of Visitors in 2016

    Come summer, New Yorkers start flocking to the city's many parks, beaches and public pools in a bid for fresh air and to beat the heat. But this summer the mass of bodies have caused ...
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    On View: ‘Citizen Soldier: Ebenezer Stevens and the American Revolution’ at New-York Historical Society

    The New-York Historical Society is the oldest museum in New York City. Its collection includes a priceless cache of Hudson River School masterpieces, all of John James ...
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    NYC’s Splashy New City-Wide Ferry System Expands

    What's the latest news on Mayor de Blasio's ambitious new ferry service, designed to create a fleet of city-run ferry boats that will connect all five boroughs? Since the $325 million plan ...
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    Meet the New South Street Seaport

    The South Street Seaport has undergone a lengthy, ambitious transformation over the last several years. And this fall, it'll begin debuting its latest face ...
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    5 Beautiful Places to See Summer in Bloom in NYC

    Though an urban capital, New York City has a surprising number of parks and gardens filled with florals and greenery. Take a trip to one of these lesser-known, but awe-inspiring gardens and watch ...
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    12 Mistakes New York Visitors Make in Summer

    July and August are popular months for vacations to New York. The city is brimming with visitors as temperatures soar well into the 90s. And summer also brings plenty of perks like free festivals, rooftop ...
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    10 Things to Book Before You Visit NYC

    The adrenaline rush of making plans for an upcoming trip is almost as fun as the experience itself. But don’t cram it all in at the last minute. ...
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    Shiny New Pyramid Building Rises Over 57th Street

    If one NYC building has really shined in 2016, it is Bjarke Ingels' tetrahedron on West 57th Street. Known as Via 57 West, the 909-unit rental building finished construction and began leasing this ...
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    Citi Bike Expands this Summer in NYC

    To the delight of urban cyclists, Citi Bike is expanding this summer. ...
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    NYC Photo of the Week: Taxis Speed by Radio City Music Hall

    Radio City Music Hall is one the most storied and beautiful theaters in New York City. ...