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  1. Surfers during a class at Rockaway Beach (Photo: NY Surf School)

    Take this Class: Learn to Surf

    'Tis the season to throw on a suit and get ready to hit the waves. Whether you have surfed the Atlantic before or are stepping onto a board for the first time, Frankie Cullen's New York Surf School is the way to go. ...
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    Instant New York: 17 Photos of Hornblower Cruise Fans Showing Off Their Sea Legs

    As temperatures continue to rise, there is no better way to get a view of the New York City skyline than from the water. Hornblower Cruises offers ...
  3. Fireworks explode along the East River in New York City (Photo: David Paul Morris/Getty Images)

    5 Best Spots to Watch the 4th of July Fireworks 2016

    The largest pyrotechnic show in the U.S.? It's the Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks, right here in New York City. Featuring an impressive 52,000 shells, the 40th annual Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks ...
  4. People walk along 5th Avenue AKA Museum Mile in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Photo: Malcolm Murdoch/Flickr CC)

    On View: Museum Mile Festival 2016 to Heat Up 5th Avenue

    The Museum Mile Festival is the museum event of the summer, and the city's biggest block party. Held on Fifth Avenue between 82nd Street to 105th Streets, the festival is ...
  5. NYC-MAD The New American Quilt, 1976. Linda Hinrichs, Carol Sandgren, Hinrichs Design Associates (designers) (Photo: Courtesy of American Craft Council Archives)

    On View: ‘Eye for Design’ at the Museum of Arts and Design

    Eye for Design, at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), takes you back to the 1960s and 1970s to explore how the museum, and its key graphic designers, created a distinctive design identity. ...
  6. The bar at Dovetail (Photo: Nathan Rawlinson)

    3 Great Restaurants Near the American Museum of Natural History

    Visitors to the American Museum of Natural History can backtrack through human evolution and explore beyond the galaxy, all in one single afternoon. ...
  7. Beyoncé's 'Formation' World Tour takes over Citi Field this week (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Parkwood Entertainment)

    Weekly Top 10: Beyonce, Red Hook Fest, More

    Don't miss out! Every week picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
  8. 'Shakespeare First Folios' at the Folger Shakespeare Library Shakespeare First Folio, 1623, Folger Shakespeare Library (Photo: Courtesy of New-York Historical Society)

    On View: ‘First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare’ at New-York Historical Society

    Arguably the most famous and influential playwright in the English language, or any language, William Shakespeare died 400 years ago at the age of 52. ...
  9. Double rainbows appear at sunset over Lower Manhattan following a rain storm on June 5, 2016 in New York City. (Photo: Gary Hershorn/Getty Images)

    NYC Photo of the Week: Double Rainbows at Sunset

    This past weekend proved drizzly and grey with the onslaught of a deluge that targeted the Northeastern United States. ...
  10. Kanye West will headline the Governors Ball on Randall’s Island this weekend (Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

    Weekend Hot List: Governors Ball Music Fest, Bushwick Block Party, More

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