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Jeryl Brunner is a journalist and author of the books My City, My New York: Famous New Yorkers Share Their Favorite Places and My City, My Los Angeles, where notables share their favorite places and things to do. She has also contributed to O magazine, Travel + Leisure, Parade, Delta Sky, Every Day with Rachael Ray and In Style, where she was a staff correspondent for many years. Visit her at jerylbrunner.com.
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In a city as creative as New York, it’s no wonder that you’ll find incredible artwork, even as you descend below the earth. Read more »
New York City’s street food is as much an enduring icon as landmarks, such as the Empire State Building or Central Park. Read more »
Who says you can’t picnic in the concrete jungle? Throughout the five boroughs, there are green spaces for every type of picnic Read more »
For some quiet time, disappear into these tranquil, hidden restaurant gardens, from the leafy nook at Barbetta complete with gurgling fountain to the cobblestone courtyard of Frankies 457
These top-tier restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn will have your taste buds -- and your kids -- singing their praises
Whenever you need a break from the concrete jungle, there’s always a patch of green nearby
History pops up on many a New York City block, and we've got the skinny on 15 of the city's most interesting landmarked districts, from the city's oldest in Brooklyn a gated "village" tucked away on the Upper West Side
New York is a magical place, filled with museums, monuments and experiences that you can not find anywhere else. So we tasked ourselves with selecting 10 that were absolute must-sees for all kids. And it wasn’t easy to choose.
Forget monkey bars and slides. These nine playgrounds across New York City keep kids busy with rocks for climbing, intricate water labs and sandboxes the size of studio apartments.
The city gets downright steamy in the summer, with temperatures soaring and pavements boiling. Leave it all behind with a trip to breezy City Island, New York City’s very own slice of New England seaside.
Take a three-hour tour of this New York anomaly with plenty of open space, few cars, fewer pedestrians and very little noise
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