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The Bronx: More Than 1.4 Million People Call This Park-Rich Borough Home

It's the famous home of the Yankees, the Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo, but also fantastic array of cuisines and neighborhoods

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Living in the Bronx

With its diverse attractions, it's one of the city's biggest treasures

7 Lazy Ways to Experience Fall Foliage

Goodbye, hot and humid summer. Hello, crisp fresh air — and the bright colors of fall. There’s no better part of the country

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Armchair Apartment Hunting: What You Can Rent for $1,500 a Month in NYC

Rental prices keep going up and up all over New York. So what can you get if your budget is just $1,500 a month?

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About Bronx

The Bronx is the northernmost New York borough and the only section of the city that's on the mainland. It is primarily a residential area; among its 1.4 million people, you'll find Italian-Americans whose families have lived here for generations and strong communities of more recent arrivals from Latin America. The Bronx is surprisingly green — nearly a quarter of its 42 square miles are parkland. (Pelham Bay Park is the city's largest park; The New York Botanical Garden tends 50 gardens). Read More [+]


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New York City’s Top 10 Most Romantic Restaurants

The truth is that New Yorkers don’t need an overpriced prix-fixe menu as an excuse to slip into heels or a fancy shirt and park it in a sexy banquette for the evening. Whether it’s the first date or monthly date night, we love cozying up with some good food and someone special.

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Empire Diner (Photo: Daniel Krieger)

8 Best Vintage Diners in New York City

Remember when you could order a stack of flapjacks for less than a buck from a waitress in a beehive hairdo? Even if the memory of the “good old days”comes more from watching reruns of Alice than personal experience,

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Hotelier David Bowd (Photo: Jane Beiles)

New York City Hotelier David Bowd: A Master of Hospitality

David Bowd discovered his love for hospitality very early on. As a teenager, his mother owned a cafe: “And so of course I was dragged in to work with her,” he says, with a chuckle.

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LinkedIn Advice for Recent College Graduates

Is LinkedIn a necessary tool for recent college graduates? Most experts say yes. However, many recent graduates doubt that this social media forum is worth the effort

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