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  1. A renovated room at the Milford

    Milford Hotel Makeover Nearly Complete

    The Milford hotel has been a Theater District staple since it opened back in 1928, but had become more of a place to say for its location than its look. That started changing in 2011 when the 1,300-room hotel started an ambitious full renovation. ...
  2. Red Rooster fried chicken

    In Honor of Harlem Week: The Best Bites in Harlem

    A stretch of Manhattan with its own distinct history, incredible diversity and unique culture, Harlem is  a neighborhood like no other in New York City. Its history is celebrated this summer with the 38th annual Harlem Week ...
  3. Cate Blanchett and Andrew Dice Clay (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

    Cate Blanchett, Andrew Dice Clay at Blue Jasmine Premiere, More in Celebs

    The premiere for Cate Blanchett's film Blue Jasmine was on Monday night at the Museum of Modern Art, and Blanchett made quite the entrance, wearing a pink ...
  4. Body Worlds: Pulse Rearing Horse

    ‘The Rearing Horse with Rider’ on Display in Times Square Tomorrow

    Times Square is known for spectacle, but this is the first time it's been overtaken by an anatomical 12-foot tall horse-and-rider statue, preserved through plastination. ...
  5. Unexpected Interview Question (Photo: iStockphoto)

    Unexpected Interview Question: What’s Your Favorite Ice Cream?

    In honor of National Ice Cream Month, let's explore an example of an unexpected interview question. Interviewers often toss in an unexpected or offbeat question, which can be disarming. ...
  6. Fred Dalton Thompson (Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

    Stars Announced for Broadway’s ‘A Time to Kill’

    Sebastian Arcelus, Fred Dalton Thompson, and John Douglas Thompson will be headlining A Time to Kill, Tony-winner Rupert Holmes' stage version of John Grisham's best-selling legal thriller ...
  7. Beef tartare

    Beef Tartare at Aamanns-Copenhagen

    A new "new Nordic" rolled into town this past November when Aamanns-Copenhagen quietly opened in Tribeca. Immediately drawing a local following for his smorrebrod, traditional Danish open-faced ...
  8. Martha Graham Company

    5 Things to Do: fun. with Tegan and Sara, Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park

    Don't miss out! picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. Read on for July 23's best events, from powerpop ...
  9. Central Park (Photo: Yourdon/Flickr CC)

    7 Reasons to Stay in New York City This August

    There's no denying that New York in August can be a hot, sticky mess. Indeed, the month's usually unpleasant weather sends New Yorkers scampering off to the Catskills, the Hamptons or to otherwise ...
  10. Lunch beat

    Shake Up the Work Day with Lunch Beat NYC’s Midday Dance Party

    Want to ditch your desk and hit the dance floor midday? Perhaps at a lunchtime rave? The Manhattan chapter of the global beats-at-lunch movement, aptly named Lunch Beat, is holding its second NYC ...