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  1. Pros and Cons of Ignoring Office Rumors (Photo: iStockphoto)

    The Pros and Cons of Ignoring Office Rumors (About You)

    If you’ve ever been the subject of an office rumor you know that the experience is really no different than what you probably went through in junior high school ...
  2. Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Photo: Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art)

    Ask Where Should a Solo Traveler Go for Fun?

    Q: Any articles for the solo traveler? I'm coming mid June, I'll be taking in the obvious attractions, but I'm also a bit if a party animal, no fear of meeting new people. So, I'm looking for the cool places the young ones go for fun? ...
  3. 5 supplements you should take now (iStockphoto)

    5 Nutritional Supplements Every New Yorker Needs

    Do you take nutritional supplements every day? No, we're not talking the everyday multivitamin but specific targeted supplements, such as omega-3 oils, meant to impact physical and mental survival in the frenetic, stressful and ...
  4. The Roost (Photo: Courtesy of The Roost)

    Now Open: The Roost

    The ideal neighborhood hangout is an elusive creature, but The Roost, a combo coffee shop-drinking den recently opened on Avenue B, is just the sort of place we need more of in New York City ...
  5. 'Soldiers and Students' by Jacob Lawrence, 1962. (Photo: © 2013 The Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Foundation, Seattle / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)

    On View: Art and Civil Rights Via the 1960s at the Brooklyn Museum

    The 1960s were synonymous with widespread social, political and cultural change. People from all races and ethnicities took to the streets -- and to the art studios ...
  6. Michael McKean in All the Way on Broadway (Photo: Evgenia Eliseeva)

    A Day in the Life of Michael McKean of ‘All the Way’

    The riveting new play All The Way depicts the complicated months between John F. Kennedy’s assassination and the presidential election of Lyndon B. Johnson (played by Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston) ...
  7. (Photo: Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

    Daily 5: Lorde at Roseland Ballroom, ‘Art Videogames in China,’ More

    Don't miss out! picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. Read on for March 10's best events, from Lorde at Roseland Ballroom to Art Videogames From China at The Ace Hotel ...
  8. The Plaza Hotel (Photo: © Corbis)

    Secrets of the Plaza Hotel

    As the cornerstone of Central Park and a beacon of Fifth Avenue’s posh history, the Plaza Hotel, one of the world’s most extravagant stays, debuted on October 1, 1907. Erected as a hotel/residence, and designed to resemble a skyscraping ...
  9. Bryan Cranston in 'All the Way' on Broadway (Photo: Evgenia Eliseeva)

    Review Roundup: ‘All the Way’

    All the Way, the political drama by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan (The Kentucky Cycle) opened on March 6 at the Neil Simon Theatre ...
  10. 223 Bowery (Photo: Google Streetview)

    Soup Kitchen Makes Way for Boutique Hotel on the Bowery

    Thirty million. That's how much it costs to buy a building on the Bowery these days. The historically rundown avenue of Lower Manhattan is now a blur of glassy condo buildings, upscale boutiques, restaurants and hotels, so it's no surprise ...
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