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  1. 'Partners (The Teddy Bear Project)' by Ydessa Hendeles, 2002 (Photo: Robert Keziere/The New Museum)

    On View: ‘The Keeper’ at New Museum

    What objects people choose to hold onto, and why, is the theme of The Keeper now at New Museum. Through a variety of works, each with its own story to tell, ...
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    NewYork.com Talent Takeover: Jessica Keenan Wynn of ‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’

    On Friday, July 15, Jessica Keenan Wynn of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical joined NewYork.com at Sardi's underneath the famous rows of caricatures to discuss ...
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  3. Jake Gyllenhaal (Photo: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)

    Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in ‘Burn This’ in Restored Broadway Theatre

    Oscar nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (Brokeback Mountain) will return to Broadway in a revival of Lanford Wilson's Burn This at the re-opened, historic Hudson Theatre. ...
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  4. Brian Stokes Mitchell poses with his Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award on June 12, 2016 (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

    One Night Only: Brian Stokes Mitchell Back in ‘Ragtime’

    Tony Award-winning Brian Stokes Mitchell returns to the beloved musical, Ragtime, a show in which he originated ...
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  5. Truffle fries at Dead Rabbit Grocery.

    Truffled Chips at the Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog

    If NYC's watering holes seem eerily empty this week, that's because today marks the kickoff of the world's biggest barfly convention: Tales of the Cocktail, happening now ...
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    10 Must-See Art Shows of 2016 in New York City

    New York City's art galleries and museums can elevate your senses to the sublime. ...
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  7. Subway tokens (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

    Subway Souvenirs: NYC’s MTA is Selling Vintage Memorabilia

    For many New Yorkers, the morning commute involves headphones, a lot of coffee -- and their usual seat on the subway. Now, you can bring that seat home with you.  ...
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  8. The Lowline Lab, which is currently open to the public, is a sample of what the Lowline will become, and is 5% of the full size (Photo: Shelby Morgan Behrman)

    New York City Officially Approves The Lowline, World’s First Underground Park

    An underground park may sound like something that only exists in your imagination, but soon it'll be part of your reality. New York City officially  ...
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    Photo of the Week: NYC Stands with France, Honors Bastille Day

    Bastille Day is the name given by English-speaking countries to France's French National Day ...
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  10. Discovery of America: Vespucci Landing in America (ca. 1587-89) by Netherlandish artist Jan van der Straet, called Stradanus. Gift of Estate of James Hazen Hyde, 1959, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    On View: ‘Drawings and Prints from the Collection’ at Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Drawings and Prints from the Collection, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, is an ...
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