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  1. (Credit: Office of Mayor Bill de Blasio)

    New Citywide Ferry System Cruising into New York in 2017

    This week, Mayor de Blasio announced an operator for the city's new, comprehensive ferry system, designed to connect 21 waterfront locales across all five boroughs over the next few years. ...
  2. Award-winning author and illustrator Mo Willems. (Photo credit: Marty Umans. Courtesy of the New-York Historical Society)

    On View: ‘The Art of Whimsy and Mo Willems’ at the New-York Historical Society

    Best-selling author and illustrator Mo Willems won six Emmy awards as a writer on Sesame Street. He later penned children's' favorites Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! and Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale. ...
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    NYC’s Pursuit of Portraits Instagram Winner

    On February 20, Pursuit of Portraits hosted an "In the Mood for Love" meetup, where photographers and Instagram enthusiasts gathered to explore NYC and create art through portraits of amazing New Yorkers. ...
  4. One World Observatory

    3 Great Restaurants Near One World Observatory

    The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Observatory, opened to the public in May 2015, offering sweeping panoramic views of the city and a time-lapse history lesson of the area on the elevator trip to the top. ...
  5. The Met Breuer opens on Madison Ave. The landmark building was designed by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer. (Courtesy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

    On View: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Debuts The Met Breuer

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is celebrating the opening of its new building, The Met Breuer, with a gala inaugural weekend March 18-20, 2016. ...
  6. Children run to gather Easter eggs (Photo: iStock)

    5 Hoppin’ Egg Hunts in NYC for Easter 2016

    Every kid's favorite part of Easter? Not the chocolate bunnies, or the jellybeans. It's the Easter egg hunts. (Well, and also the Peeps.)  ...
  7. Tokyo, 2012 (Credit: Courtesy of the Transit Museum)

    No Manspreading: New Exhibit Explains Proper NYC Subway Etiquette

    Is there anything as essential to New York as its subway system? ...
  8. The Science of Beer class presented by Hop to Beer (Photo: Hop to Beer)

    Take this Class: The Science of Beer

    Have you ever contemplated how the beer that you're gripping in your hand made its way from simple ingredients to a refreshing tipple? ...
  9. A rendering of Van Gogh's Ear by the Scandinavian artists Elmgreen & Dragset that will be installed in Rockefeller Center (Photo: Public Art Fund)

    Vertical Swimming Pool Arrives in Rockefeller Center in Spring 2016

    The Scandinavian duo Elmgreen & Dragset (Rocking Horse in London's Trafalgar Square and the Prada Marfa store) are introducing their latest sculpture, Van Gogh's Ear, in Rockefeller  ...
  10. Dave Mustaine performs with Megadeth (Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images)

    Weekly Top 10: Megadeth, Brisket King, More

    Don't miss out! Every week picks the best things to do in New York City. ...