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The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park (Photo: Upsilon Ventures)

6 Top Holiday Markets in New York City

Holiday markets are as much a part of winter in New York as greenmarkets are part of NYC summers, but even better: They not only sell seasonal food and drinks but also gifts and decorations. Here’s a roundup Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Tonya Charding pie at Roberta's (Photo: Roberta's)

Tonya Charding Pie at Roberta’s

With the upcoming holiday in mind, let’s take time this week to count our blessings. One of the restaurants that New Yorkers are most thankful for: Bushwick’s own Roberta’s. First and foremost, we’re grateful for the food, particularly the pizza. Read More

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NYC’s 30 Best Steakhouses for Every Type and Taste

Steakhouses are a New York City tradition so deep-rooted that they can be traced back to the early 19th century. One of the most enduring restaurant models in this city, the steakhouse is also one of the most Read More

Living in New York»


Will and Kate Take Manhattan: What They Should See While in NYC

Will and Kate take Manhattan (Photos: Radio City; Toby Melville - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

All hail the royals. Prince William and Kate Middleton will be crossing the pond on December 7 for a whirlwind two-day trip to New York City and Washington, D.C. Read More »

On View: Photographer Annie Leibovitz at the New-York Historical Society

Niagara Falls, part of the collection 'Pilgrimage' at the New-York Historical Society (Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Random House, 2011)

Annie Leibovitz is one of the best known photographers of her time, and her singular images of celebrities of all shapes and sizes consistently grace Read More »

First Look: Bradley Cooper in ‘The Elephant Man’ on Broadway

Bradley Cooper in 'The Elephant Man' on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper is now wowing audiences on Broadway by physically transforming eight times a week in The Elephant Man. Cooper plays Read More »

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Everything You Need to Know About Guarantor Requirements in New York City

Guarantor in NYC (Photo: iStockphoto)

How many times can it be said? The New York real estate market is unlike any other. One way that it fulfills this maxim is with the frequent requirement for a guarantor, usually a close friend or relative who agrees to pay Read More »

The Allure of New York City Carriage Houses

Brooklyn Heights Carriage House (Photo: Courtesy of Chuck Burgess/Flickr CC)

New Yorkers tend to fetishize buildings not made for living as places to live — firehouses, churches, hospitals, even a former lunatic asylum, but carriage houses, structures originally meant to Read More »

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3 Tips for Defining Achievements On Your Resume

How to Quantify Your Resume

Not everyone has the luxury of holding a job where one’s performance can be easily measured, quantified, or compared Read More »

3 Reasons You Should Never Admit to Being Nervous in an Interview

Nervous in Interviews (Photo:iStockphoto)

I saw a candidate last week whom I was helping prepare for an interview with his dream business school (hint: it’s that little school up by Morningside Heights) Read More »

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Visiting New York»


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    Best Hotels for Families (Photo: iStockphoto)

    10 Top Family-Friendly Hotels in NYC

    Picking the right hotel can make or break a vacation, and the right choice becomes even more critical when you are traveling with kids. Suddenly the whirlpool tub and king size bed you dreamed about are replaced by the desire for a mini fridge Read More »

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    Take This Class: Wreath Arranging

    Take This Class: Wreath Arranging

    Sure you can buy a wreath at the florist or greenmarket, but wouldn’t it be more special to compose your own melody of pine boughs, spruce sprigs and holly berries? Read More »

    Where to Watch the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    The Rockettes kick off the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (Photo: Kent Miller/Courtesy of Macy's)

    A certain type of New Yorker may try to convince you that the best way to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Read More »

    2014 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Viewing: What You Need to Know

    The 81st Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Center on December 4, 2013 (Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

    New York City’s most iconic tree has arrived in Rockefeller Center, in preparation for its grand unveiling on Wednesday, December 3. Read More »

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    Where to Dine Out on a Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC

    Rosemary's in the West Village (Photo: Rosemary's)

    Not every Thanksgiving spread need be a trite ode to Stove Top and cans of quivering cranberry sauce. Read More »

    Top 5 Spots for Thanksgiving Dinner with a View in NYC

    Enjoy Thanksgiving with a view at the River Cafe (Photo: River Cafe)

    For most diners, the view at Thanksgiving dinner is of the turkey — and maybe a fancy centerpiece or two. Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical

    10 of NYC’s Hottest Holiday Shows for 2014

    No matter how -- or what -- you celebrate, there is a spectacular seasonal show on the New York stage that is just for you

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    Tom Turkey Float (Photo: Macy’s, Inc.)

    How to Celebrate Thanksgiving in NYC

    Read our guide to how to spend Thanksgiving in New York, from parade tips to which restaurants to book now

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    Featured Events

    Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    With its high-kicking Rockettes and mesmerizing dance numbers, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is one of New York City’s most iconic holiday traditions

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    Everything New York

    Covert Crossing

    The Brooklyn Bridge, shortly after it opened, when it was the world’s longest suspension bridge (Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

    Secrets of the Brooklyn Bridge

    For all of the poetry of Walt Whitman’s Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, the challenges of crossing the East River left much to be desired in the late 19th century.

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    Josh Kaufman as Pippin on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    A Day in the Life of Josh Kaufman of ‘Pippin’

    Josh Kaufman grew up in a musical family where everyone sang. In fact, his mother was a song writer. And little Josh sang in church

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    ‘It’s Only A Play’ (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Broadway Shows for Everyone on Your Holiday List

    Holiday shopping need not be stressful. Nor should it require standing in line at the mall

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