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Great Cultural Diversity With Lifestyles, Cuisines and Attractions to Match

It's a place of extraordinary diversity and languages and home to more than 2.2 million people with more park area than the other boroughs combined

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Living in Queens

It's a top sports destination and home of remarkable diversity

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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8 Best NYC Neighborhoods for Postgrads

New York City is one of the most popular destinations for the postgrad set, but the move to the big city after college can be daunting.

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About Queens

Queens' biggest strength is its remarkable diversity: Among the 2.2 million people living within its 109 square miles, there are immigrants from more than 100 different countries who speak more than 138 languages. Roosevelt Avenue, a central Queens corridor, goes through Southeast Asia, India, South America, China and Korea in a couple of miles. Queens is also a premier sporting destination, with both Citi Field (home base for the New York Mets) and Arthur Ashe Stadium (where tennis greats vie Read More [+]


One If By Land, Two If By Sea (Photo: Courtesy of One If By Land, Two If By Sea)

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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