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    Photo of the Weekend: Winter in Central Park

    This week we're featuring the best photo submission of our theme of winter scenes of New York. Congrats to ...
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  2. The 2015 Orchid Show: Chandeliers designed by NYBG's own Francisca Coelho (Photo: Marlon Co/NYBG)

    New York in February: 15 Things Not to Miss

    You know what they say: Good things come in small packages. So just because February is the shortest month of the year doesn't mean it's not chock full of exciting reasons to risk frostbite and snowman attacks by leaving your home. ...
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  3. Rendering of the proposed "centipede" style trains (Credit: MTA)

    MTA Considers Centipede Trains to Improve Commutes in NYC

    Everyone who rides the NYC subway knows the feeling of being crammed into a crowded subway car during rush hour -- it isn't good. ...
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  4. Left: Carl Emil Doepler (1824–1905), A selection of costume designs, Der Ring des Nibelungen: Figurinen, Berlin: Berliner Kunstdruck-und Verlags-Anstalt,1889, Cosmolithograph. Gift of Hester Diamond, 2012; Right: Richard Wagner (1813–1883), Das Rheingold, Mainz: Schott, 1873. First edition, full score. James Fuld Music Collection, 2008. (Credits: The Morgan Library & Museum)

    On View: ‘Wagner’s Ring: Forging an Epic’ at Morgan Library & Museum

    It took Richard Wagner (1813-1883) 26 years to complete his epic opera cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen. ...
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  5. Newlyweds Lorraine Viola and Shawn McGill kiss at the top of the Empire State Building (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    The Ultimate NYC Date Guide: 8 Top Sights That Are Perfect For Romance

    Romance is on the mind for many as Valentine's Day approaches. Instead of candy and flowers, more and more couples are shifting their plans towards experiences to share. ...
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  6. Get sexy on Valentine’s Day (Photo: iStockphoto)

    Spice Up Valentine’s Day: 5 Sexy Shops in NYC

    Cozy, candlelit dinners, chocolate truffles and gushing champagne are mere preludes to the amorous shenanigans of Valentine's Day. ...
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  7. The Photographer Sescau (Le Photographe Sescau) by Henri de Toulouse-Lautre, 1894, Lithograph printed in four colors; machine wove paper (Credit: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1932/Metropolitan Museum of Art)

    On View: ‘The Power of Prints’ at Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is commemorating the centennial of its celebrated print department with The Power of Prints -- a must see exhibition of an artistic medium that is as powerful as it is diverse. ...
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    Photo of the Week: Winter Storm Jonas in NYC

    Our NewYork.com Photo of the Week shows that New York City is, above all, resilient -- and able to weather (pun intended) anything that comes its way. After Winter Storm Jonas pummeled New York City, ...
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    Weekly Top 10: ‘School of Rock,’ Joan Baez, More

    Don't miss out! Every week NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
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    Instant New York: 15 Incredible Photos from Winter Storm Jonas 2016 in NYC

    Life happens while you're busy making other plans, right?  Winter Storm Jonas landed in New York City early Saturday morning, and there you have it -- virtually all plans had to be rearranged, postponed or otherwise forgotten. ...
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