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There is so much to discover at New York’s must-see museums and iconic buildings and monuments

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  1. Take this Class: The Joy of Improv (Photo: Jenn Welch)

    Take this Class: The Joy of Improv

    Have you dreamed of getting on stage and cracking up the crowd, following in the footsteps of Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch and other funny folks?  ...
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  2. 39 Steps (Photo: Courtesy of 39 Steps)

    Daily 5: ’39 Steps,’ Hitchcock, Spring Fling, More

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  3. 'Running People at 2,616, 216' by Jonathan Borofsky, 1978-79 on display at the Whitney Museum of American Art (Photo: © Nic Lehoux)

    On View: ‘America is Hard to See,’ the Inaugural Exhibit at the New Whitney Museum

    With First Lady Michelle Obama in attendance for the dedication festivities, the reopening of the Whitney Museum is New York City’s premier Spring arts event ...
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  4. Thrillist Taco Knockout (Photo: Kimberly Mufferi/Courtesy of Thrillist)

    Weekend Hot List: Taco Knockout, Film Fest, More

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  5. Rendering of the new Whitney Museum (Photo: Nic Lehoux)

    Daily 5: Whitney, Vampire Cowboys, More

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  6. Still from 'DE___Sign Video,' Gabriel A. Maher, 2015 (Photo; Courtesy of the artist)

    On View: Women in Art, Craft and Design at the Museum of Arts and Design

    The high-profile genres of painting, architecture and sculpture were primarily a man’s world during the 1950s ...
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  7. Yankee Stadium

    Tickets Now on Sale for the New York Yankees

    Tickets are now available for the New York Yankees ...
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  8. Potpourri Vase " à Vaisseau" from the Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory, ca. 1759 (Photo: The Frick Collection)

    On View: French Porcelain at The Frick Collection

    American industrialist Henry Clay Frick was an avid art collector who had the resources to furnish his New York City Fifth Avenue mansion in exquisite style. His goal was to ...
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  9. Hubble Telescope the subject of 'Hubble and Our Altered Universe' at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum (Photo: European Space Agency)

    Daily 5: Batsu, Hubble Telescope, More

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  10. Sultan 'Ali 'Adil Shah II Shooting an Arrow at a Tiger,' attributed to the Bombay painter (probably named Abdul Hamid Naqqash), ca. 1660 (The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Lent by Howard Hodgkin)

    On View: Sultans of Deccan India at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Deccan courts of India were the artistic Meccas of the 16th and 17th centuries, drawing the era’s greatest artists, poets, writers and musicians to their diamond-rich majesty ...
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