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    Photo of the Weekend: Happy Labor Day!

    New York City is known as the city that never sleeps, and with good reason: We employ over 3.7 million workers each year who are notorious for never stopping, but that doesn't mean we don't know how to enjoy ourselves. Work hard, play harder ...
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    Weekend Hot List: U.S. Open, Electric Zoo Fest, More

    Don’t miss out! Every weekend, picks the best things to do in New York City. Read on for the best events for September 3-5 from the Electric Zoo Music Festival to the New York ...
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    Governors Island Launches Free Kayaking Today

    Summer may be winding down, but that doesn't mean all of New York's outdoor activities are grinding to a halt. In fact, a brand new kayak dock is opening today ...
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    10 Awesome Rainy Day Activities in New York City

    “Rain, rain, go away:” Even childhood lullabies can’t prevent the rain from coming down. But, you’re in luck: ...
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    New York in September: 15 Things Not to Miss

    September always spells relief for New Yorkers, as the heat and humidity of summer (and its aromatic accompaniments) dissipate, along with the thickest crowds of tourists. The  ...
  6. The Open Loop bus cruises through the Flatiron District, giving a great view of the Empire State Building (Photo: Open Loop Tours)

    5 Essential Stops on an Open Loop Tour

    New Yorkers are masters of time management -- after all, daily survival in this city (and catching the subway during rush hour) depends on it. With some inside knowledge, you can follow in their footsteps. ...
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    79th Street Boat Basin Opens Today After Hurricane Sandy Damage

    Today, the NYC Parks Department is cutting the ribbon at the 79th Street Boat Basin, located off the Riverside Drive Promenade. The Boat Basin was built in 1937 by Robert Moses, who ...
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    Ride and Read: Free E-Books on NYC Subways

    What's better than free WiFi in a NYC subway station? A free collection of e-books to read while you're commuting ...
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    10 Ways to Pay Tribute to 9/11 in New York City

    September 11, 2001, is a date that will always carry a heavy weight for the world -- and especially for New Yorkers. New York City changed forever on this catastrophic day, and fifteen years ...
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    NYC Airport Travel Tips and News for Labor Day Weekend 2016

    Labor Day weekend is typically one of the busiest travel times in New York as city dwellers look to get out one last time before the summer's over. That means anybody flying out of town ...