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Top NYC Hotels for Solo Travelers

Lots of NYC hotels now cater to solo travelers, with everything from affordable single rooms to hosted wine hours for mingling

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‘The Wizard of Oz’ and ‘Wicked’ on Broadway (Photos: MGM Pictures, Joan Marcus)

Broadway Shows for Movie Lovers

Whether you’re into indies or epics, comedies or big-screen musicals, let your taste in film guide you to the perfect show

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Broadway Shows Inspired By Bestsellers

Shows You Must See in 2015

Jersey Boys on Broadway

See Jersey Boys on Broadway

This musical tells the true story behind Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and includes hits like “Sherry” and “Walk Like a Man”

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Where to Eat Before Jersey Boys

Signs You Are a Major Jersey Boys Fan

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The Plaza Hotel (Photo:  Corbis)

Secrets of the Plaza Hotel

As the cornerstone of Central Park and a beacon of Fifth Avenue’s posh history, the Plaza Hotel, one of the world’s most extravagant stays, debuted on October 1, 1907. Erected as a hotel/residence, and designed to resemble a skyscraping Read More

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Uncle Boons Frog Legs (Photo: Evan Sung)

Frog Legs at Uncle Boons

Right now in Thailand, the population is likely soaking wet. Not because it is quite monsoon season yet. It is because they are in the middle of celebrating Songkran, the Thai New Year, which is ritually marked by water fights. In order Read More

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The Tonya Charding pie at Roberta's (Photo: Roberta's)

The 10 Best Pizzas in New York City

It’s one of New York’s most iconic dishes, yet also one of its most polarizing, which is why it is not uncommon to overhear debates about what constitutes a good pizza — thin crust, thick crust, wood-fired, coal-charred and that’s before we even Read More

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On View: Hungarian Silver at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hungarian silver from the Nicolas M. Salgo Collection; Gift of The Salgo Trust for Education, New York, in memory of Nicolas M. Salgo, 2010 (Photo: Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Silver has a special allure for collectors of precious metals, and former U.S. ambassador to Budapest Nicolas M. Salgo (1914-2005) was a avid collector of silver masterpieces Read More »

The 7 Train Update: New Upgrades and Repairs

Construction on the 7 train line (Photo: Otto-yamamoto/Flickr CC)

The 7 train, an elevated train that cuts directly through Queens before connecting to Midtown Manhattan, gets a lot of pride. Read More »

Where to Drink During Tribeca Film Fest: Top 5 Cocktail Spots

Evening Bar in Tribeca (Photo: Evening Bar)

Sleepy, stroller-strewn Tribeca is always a charming departure from, say, the chaos of Midtown. But the neighborhood grows especially alluring during the Tribeca Film Festival (April 15-26), Read More »

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A New Mega Mansion Grows in Tribeca

Rendering of the future mansion at 71 Franklin Street (Credit: Compass)

New York City — a city that is famously short on space — is not the place where mega mansions usually hit the market. Read More »

8 Neighborhoods on the Rise: Where to Buy Now in NYC

In New York City, where the real estate market is strong and prices seemingly grow every day, there are two words of advice passed along frequently: buy now. Read More »

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Take This Class: Interviewing Skills

Polish your interviewing skills at BRIC Arts (Photo: Jessica Hills/BRIC Arts)

Whether you are looking for a new job, want to polish your skills at talking to people at a dinner party, or have decided journalism is the right career path for you, this class at BRIC House Read More »

Is it Time to Consider an MBA?

Is it time for an MBA? (Photo: iStockphoto)

Summer is just around the corner and if you are five to ten years into your career, this month is the perfect time Read More »

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    New York City’s 9 Hippest Hotels

    Indie music, artisan cocktails, graffiti art. An underground club? No — just the lobby at the Ace Hotel. The rock-and-roll Ace is at the forefront of a New York City boom in hipster hotels. But, like any self-respecting hipster, most Read More »

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    Top 3 Reasons to Visit the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library

    New-York Historical Society (Photo: Jonathan Wallen/Courtesy of New-York Historical Society)

    Calling all history buffs: The New-York Historical Society Museum& Library, just off Central Park West, is the oldest museum in New York City. Read More »

    First Look: Opera Star Renee Fleming and the Cast of ‘Living on Love’ on Broadway

    Renee Fleming in Broadway's 'Living on Love' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Renee Fleming has famously starred on the New York stage at the Metropolitan Opera, but the diva is now making her Broadway debut a few blocks south in the new play Living on Love. Fleming playsopera megastar Raquel de Angelis Read More »

    8 NYC Tours That Even New Yorkers Should Take

    Sunday Funday: A Taste of Williamsburg Tour (Photo: Taste of Williamsburg)

    New Yorkers rely on experts to enhance their lives, from a favorite hair stylist to the mixologist at the corner bar. It’s time to apply this same logic to tours. Read More »

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    5 Best Bloody Marys in NYC

    The Bloody Bull at Brooklyn Star (Photo: Brooklyn Star/Instagram)

    Saturday and Sunday afternoons often revolve around plates of jiggling poached eggs or pancakes drizzled with powdered sugar. For many, such a ritual is incomplete without the arrival of a Bloody Mary or two. Read More »

    8 of New York’s Strangest Food Mashups

    Ramen Burger (Photo: Keizo Shimamoto/

    Perhaps never in pastry history has there been a baked good so talked-about as the Cronut. The brainchild of French chef Dominique Ansel in 2013, the croissant-doughnut hybrid Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    Wolf Hall’ will be presented on Broadway in two parts (Photo: Johan Persson)

    The Most Anticipated Broadway Shows for Spring

    Spring brings longer days, sidewalk cafes and a rich bouquet of Broadway offerings

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    Cherry Esplanade at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    How to Celebrate Spring in NYC

    The days are getting longer, the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming. It's time to get out and celebrate a new season

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    Everything New York

    Armchair Apartment Hunting

    What You Can Rent for $10,000 a Month in New York City

    Every New York apartment hunt comes with a budget. And if that budget is around $10,000 a month, consider yourself a very lucky renter.

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    Cool Job Q&A

    Nightlife impresario Nur Khan (Photo: Nur Khan)

    Nightlife Impresario Nur Khan Ensures That NYC Never Sleeps

    If you’ve gone out clubbing in NYC, chances are that you partied at one of Nur Khan’s nightspots, from the sexy Rose Bar to the groovy Electric Room. But life wasn’t always so glitzy for this club master.

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    Go Solo

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    8 Fantastic NYC Hotels for Solo Travelers

    The joys of traveling solo are often underestimated. You can do what you want, when you want, where you want.

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