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    Broadway Illustrator Justin “Squigs” Robertson Takes Us Behind the Sketches of His Fascinating Art

    When Justin Robertson moseyed into a darkened pub in the Theater District with a glowing smile, I knew I was in for a treat. Robertson -- nicknamed "Squigs" -- had recently returned from a summer stock theatrical run as Marcellus in The Music Man at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts, after ...
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    The Ultimate Packing Guide for Fall in NYC

    Pumpkins, salted caramel, brisk air and warm drinks are just a few things that come to mind when we think about Fall in NYC ...
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    On View: ‘Public, Private, Secret’ at International Center of Photography

    The International Center of Photography (ICP) is celebrating its new downtown New York City location with Public, Private, Secret, an in-depth exploration of the fluid concept of privacy in today’s highly visible ...
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    Weekend Hot List: Sand Castle Contest, Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, More

    Don’t miss out! Every weekend, picks the best things to do in New York City. Read on for the best events on August 27 and August 28 from the Go Topless Pride Parade to the Central Park Conservancy Film ...
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    On View: ‘Alma Thomas’ at the Studio Museum in Harlem

    The Studio Museum in Harlem has been promoting the work of artists of African descent for nearly 50 years. Alma Thomas is the most comprehensive review of the renowned abstract painter ...
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    On View: ‘From Teaspoons to Titanic: Recent Acquisitions’ at Museum of the City of New York

    The Museum of the City of New York has been the connecting the city’s past, present and future for nearly 100 years. Its comprehensive collection features over 750,000 ...
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    Times Square’s New X-Shaped Loungers Inspired by Its Racy Past

    Times Square wasn't always known as the most tourist-friendly destination in New York. In fact, the area was considered downright seedy from the 1970s through the 1990s -- and a new art installation is meant to playfully remind ...
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    NYC’s Island You’ve Never Heard of Is Attracting Locals with Its Retro Charm and Low Prices

    It's not yet a real estate hot spot, but this Bronx island, which takes up less than half a square mile, is gaining attention for its small-town charm and cheap housing prices. ...
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    On View: ‘Campaigning for the Presidency 1960-1972’ at New-York Historical Society

    Just in time for the home stretch of the 2016 presidential race, the New-York Historical Society presents Campaigning for the Presidency 1960-1972: Selections from the Museum of Democracy ...
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    5 Most Over-the-Top Desserts in New York City

    These 5 spectacular desserts don't come at meal's end -- they are the meal. ...