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Staten Island

A group of tourists gaze at the skyline while watching Staten Islanders make their morning commutes aboard the Staten Island Ferry.

Staten Island: A Short Ferry Ride Delivers a World Apart

Great Italian food, colorful attractions and a picturesque setting await those who take the (free) ferry ride to this island borough

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Living in S.I.

Take the ferry and see its colorful neighborhoods and culture

Where to Camp in New York City

Want to try your hand at camping? New York City has a surprising number of options within the city limits, all reachable by public transportation

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Staten Island Bar Crawl

The Staten Island Ferry is often utilized for one specific reason: a free and scenic sail past the Statue of Liberty.

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About Staten Island

Among New York's boroughs, Staten Island has the fewest residents (about half a million) and is the third-largest in size, leaving plenty of room for parks and marshland. Near its North Shore, you'll find city-like neighborhoods. As you travel south, the island starts to feel suburban. Most visitors arrive on the ferry, which takes 22 minutes to travel between the South Ferry docks in Downtown Manhattan and the St. George Ferry Terminal. (The ride is free and includes Statue of Liberty views.) A Read More [+]

DINING

The Nomad (Photo: Courtesy of The Nomad)

The 10 Most Beautiful Restaurants in New York City

New York is a culinary capital. But it’s also a style capital. Bring the two together and you have some of the world’s most beautiful restaurants.

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This Just In (Photo: Evan Barbour/Courtesy of Elan)

Raise a Glass: This Just In at elan

Sickly-sweet Amaretto Sours, staples at sorority parties of yore, have long given the namesake almond liqueur a bad rep. But Will Edwards, who oversees the bar

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JOBS

Your LinkedIn Profile Matters

Does Your LinkedIn Profile Matter?

YES! LinkedIn is the standard online branding tool in the marketplace. Owing to its immense network-effect advantage where not being on LinkedIn is a disadvantage for job-seekers

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Illustration by Mary-Louise Price Foss

Nurturing New Relationships in Your Network

The longer you live and work in the city, the more your network will evolve. Relationships with former colleagues from jobs you held even five years ago

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