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  1. Yankee Stadium (Photo: Jarrett Baker/Getty Images)

    Secrets of Yankee Stadium

    "Play ball!" Two words that millions of baseball fans across the country eagerly anticipate every spring. The phrase signals the end of winter, while also marking a time of unbridled hope and optimism for teams and their fans. In New ...
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  2. At the Affordable Art Fair: 'Cake 2,' 2012, by JM Giordano, Photograph, 20 x 24 in, $425

    Daily 5: Meatball Slapdown in Brooklyn, Affordable Art Fair, 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 3's best events, from Jamaica Kincaid at Community Bookstore to the Affordable Art Fair at Metropolitan Pavilion ...
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  3. The Cloisters

    7 Ways to Turn NYC into Your Personal ‘Game of Thrones’ Set

    Fans of the hit HBO show Game of Thrones don't have long until season four starts on April 6, but for those who can’t wait, why not get a dose of Westeros right in NYC? Maybe you always dreamed ...
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  4. Unsound Festival NYC runs April 2 through 6 (Art: Courtesy of Unsound Festival)

    Daily 5: Unsound Festival, Comic and Cartoon Art Week, 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 2's best events, from The Unsound Festival to Comic and Cartoon Art Week ...
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  5. 'Cybill Shepherd/Phone Sex' by Robert Heinecken, 1992. (Photo: © 2014 The Robert Heinecken Trust, Chicago; Courtesy Petzel Gallery, New York)

    On View: ‘Para-photographer’ Robert Heinecken at the Museum of Modern Art

    Like many artists, Robert Heinecken was fascinated with mid- to-late 20th century pop culture ...
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  6. World's Biggest Egg Hunt (Photo: Courtesy of TheBigEggHunt.org)

    World’s Biggest Easter Egg Hunt Demands Some Big Eggs

    How much chocolate is too much? For New York chocolatier Jacques Torres (Mr. Chocolate), that’s a question that can wait until after Easter. Until then, he’s making history by producing what may be the world's most expensive chocolate egg sold at auction, which will  ...
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  7. Kraftwerk (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

    Daily 5: Kraftwerk 3D Concert, Bette Midler Book Signing, ‘Velocity of Autumn,’ 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 Apr. 1's best events, from Kraftwerk at the United Palace Theater to Bette Midler at Barnes and Noble Union Square ...
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  8. 'First Structure' by Rasheed Araeen, 1966-67 (Photo: Aicon Gallery, New York, © Rasheed Araeen)

    On View: Other Primary Structures at the Jewish Museum

    In 1966, the Jewish Museum debuted Primary Structures, the first large scale American exhibition featuring sculptures created in a style now known as Minimalism ...
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  9. Shake Shack at Citi Field Photo: Kycheng/Flickr CC

    Where to Eat at Citi Field

    It's opening day at Citi Field, the Mets' stadium in Flushing Meadows, and now through Sept. 28, Mets fans can get up-close-and-personal and watch a game live. Luckily for baseball-loving ...
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  10. Reignwolf (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

    Daily 5: Black Sabbath and Reignwolf at Barclays, Mobile Mondays at Bowery Electric

    Don't miss out! NewYork.com picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. Read on for March 31's best events, from Black Sabbath at the Barclays Center to Movement Research ...
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