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The Cloisters (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Secrets of the Cloisters

To visit the Cloisters, nestled inside of lush Fort Tryon Park with views of the Hudson River, is to travel back to the Middle Ages and delve into mystical medieval art and architecture. An offshoot of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
The Giant Pretzel at Brooklyn Burgers & Beer (Photo: Kathleen Squires)

Giant Pretzel at Brooklyn Burgers & Beer

Still celebrating Oktoberfest, you ask? Heck yeah. It’s all about harvest and abundance, and not just oversized beer. The celebration isn’t quite over yet; in fact it lasts until Sunday, October 4. Last week we Read More

don't settle for less
Tempura Matsui (Photo: Tempura Matsui)

10 Fantastic Japanese Restaurants in NYC

Though sushi is what immediately comes to mind when thinking of Japanese restaurants, here’s a newsflash: sushi is just one of about three dozen cuisines in Japan. In New York City, one can Read More

Living in New York»


3 Fascinating Films About NYC at the New York Film Festival

Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 'The Walk' (Credit: Sony Pictures)

The 53rd New York Film Festival (through Oct. 11) has taken overLincoln Centeron the Upper West Side. Read More »

On View: Picasso Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art

'Bull' by Pablo Picasso, Cannes, c. 1958 (Photo: The Museum of Modern Art, New York.  2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)

One of the most anticipated openings of the fall season, Picasso Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, brings together the largest U.S. presentation Read More »

The 19 Most Anticipated Broadway Shows for Fall 2015

The new Broadway season kicks off the day after the Tony Awards, and the 2015-16 Broadway season has already seen Read More »

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3 Unique Converted NYC Churches You Can Live In

A condo at 232 Adelphi Street

New Yorkers today don’t attend church like they used to. Declining congregations across the five boroughs begs the question: What’s a city to do with the hundreds of historic, gorgeous churches Read More »

The 8 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in New York City

The Flatiron building is flanked by desirable living spaces and restaurants (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism Photo)

It’s hard to shock a New Yorker with dollar signs — after all, NYC has among the priciest real estate in the world. We decided to investigate, so we turned to PropertyShark. Theycrunched the numbers, Read More »

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LinkedIn Advice for Recent College Graduates

Advice for new grads (iStockphoto)

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 Read More »

Trust but Verify at the Office

Trust by Verify (Photo: iStockphoto)

The biggest challenge of managing others is learning how to relinquish control. Most professionals will agree that in order to maximize your own productivity Read More »

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Visiting New York»


Your Hotel Search
    No fighting over the TV at Pod 39, where each bunk comes with its own (Photo: Pod Hotels)

    8 Best Budget Family Hotels in NYC

    You’ve been saving for your family vacation to the Big Apple — but you don’t want to blow your entire budget on a hotel. There’s no need to. NYC may be infamously pricey, Read More »

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    3 Great Restaurants near the Empire State Building

    The rooftop at 230 Fifth (Photo: 230 Fifth)

    The Empire State Building is an American icon — and at 102 stories, it was once the tallest building in America. Plus, this famed structure has starred in no less than 250 movies. Read More »

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: August 2015

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants

    As the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end,” including one of the loveliest summers this city has seen. But one thing that never ends in the city that never sleeps and always eats: restaurant openings! Read More »

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    Everything New York

    A Room with a View

    New York City skyline

    10 Hotels with the Best Views

    As logic dictates, for the best views of Manhattan, you either need to leave the island or go up — the higher the better. From head-on vistas of Lady Liberty to eyefuls of Central Park green, New York City’s hotels, many of which reach skyscraper

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    Hot Plates

    The dining room of L'Amico (Photo: L'Amico)

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: September 2015

    September marks “open season” for NYC’s restaurant industry, as it is the favorite time of year to debut new eateries. They are ready to receive the droves coming back from beaches near and far, and the trickle of fall-breakers helps groom newcomers for the pending holiday rush.

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    Cool Job Q&A

    The Skivvies in Times Square (Photo: Courtesy of The Skivvies)

    Meet The Skivvies, the Dynamic Duo Who Strip Down Before Stepping on Stage

    It was just a matter of time before Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina found each other. Both have music, dance and theater backgrounds, as well as BFAs in musical theater

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