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8 Wonderful Ways to Celebrate Gay Pride Week in NYC

June is Pride Month in New York City! That means lots of celebrating, looking back with respect and looking forward with hope and dignity — all building up to the last week of the month, when things Read More

The best eats in NYC
A traditional with soppressata at Motorino (Photo: Motorino)

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

go behind the scenes
Secrets of the Tonys (Photo: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)

Secrets of the Tonys

L.A. may have the Emmys, the Grammys and the Oscars; but New York City puts the T in “EGOT” with theTony Awards, which annually honor excellence on Broadway stages. Who’s up for the medallionstatue this year? With the hip-hop inspired musical, Hamilton, Read More

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On View: Batter Up at ‘The Old Ball Game: NY Baseball 1887-1997’ at Metropolitan Museum of Art

George Herman (Babe) Ruth, New York Yankees, from the Goudey Gum Company's Big League Chewing Gum series (R319), 1933. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The Jefferson R. Burdick Collection,

From Bath Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Jackie Robinson to Yogi Berra, Reggie Jackson and Derek Jeter, New York has always been a baseball town, and the site of many of the game’s major milestones. Read More »

On View: Museum Mile Festival 2016 to Heat Up 5th Avenue

People walk along 5th Avenue AKA Museum Mile in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Photo: Malcolm Murdoch/Flickr CC)

The Museum Mile Festival is the museum event of the summer, and the city’s biggest block party. Held on Fifth Avenue between 82ndStreet to 105thStreets, the festival is Read More »

On View: ‘Eye for Design’ at the Museum of Arts and Design

NYC-MAD The New American Quilt, 1976. Linda Hinrichs, Carol Sandgren, Hinrichs Design Associates (designers) (Photo: Courtesy of American Craft Council Archives)

Eye for Design, at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), takes you back to the 1960s and 1970s to explore how the museum, and its key graphic designers, created a distinctive design identity. Read More »

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On the Rise: 8 NYC Neighborhoods to Buy or Rent in Now

42nd Street from the Tudor City Overpass in Tudor City (Photo: Jeffrey Zeldman/Flickr CC)

It’s no secret: New York is an expensive place to live, especially when it comes to the real estate. Shopping on a budget in a city that’s infamous for its multi-million-dollar condos poses plenty of challenges Read More »

8 Most Anticipated NYC Real Estate Openings of 2016

A rendering of the exterior of Empire Stores, Dumbo (Photo: Empire Stores)

There’s no shortage of buildings opening these days in New York. Last year washailed for its rock-solid real estate market, Read More »

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Set Designer Mike Riccio Takes Us Behind the Scenes of His Fascinating Projects, from ‘PsychoBarn’ to Broadway

Mike Riccio has spent the last 16 years at Showman Fabricators coming up with creative solutions to the most complex set design problems. Read More »

Brooklyn Grange Farmer Matt Jefferson Works the Land, 12 Stories Up

An event at Brooklyn Grange Navy Yard Farm (Photo: Brooklyn Grange)

People are always telling Matt Jefferson he has a cool job, especially once they have stepped out onto the roof of the industrial building inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard where he works at Brooklyn Grange. Read More »

10 Tips on Breaking into Broadway from Casting Director James Calleri

Casting director James Calleri has been around the Broadway block and then some. It’s a little unusual for someone on the casting side of the table to rattle off their resum Read More »

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    The Tatami Suite at The Kitano

    8 Most Serene Hotels in New York City

    New York may be known as the city that never sleeps, but let’s face it, if you’re here on vacation you’re likely looking to catch some Zs in between all of that sightseeing. Read More »

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    10 Tours to Take for Captivating New York Views

    Statue by Night tour (Photo: New York Water Taxi)

    An image of New York City on a postcard is eye-catching. In person, that view is even more thrilling. But, you don’t have to own a penthouse apartment to take in million-dollar vistas of the city. These ten tours take you soaring Read More »

    Top 10 Tours for Teens in New York City

    Get in touch with your selfie visiting the famous steps frequented by Serena and the gang on the Gossip Girl Sites tour (Photo: On Location Tours)

    A little structure can be a good thing when it comes to teenagers. Throughout New York City there are fun and fabulous tours — inspired by Manhattan’s shopping, food, movies and TV and art — that teens will love. Read More »

    A Day in the Life of Alex Brightman from ‘School of Rock’

    Brightman gets physical on stage in 'School of Rock' (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

    Alex Brightman remembers exactly where he was when he got the call from his agent that he got the role of a lifetime. He was cast to originate the role of Dewey Finn on Broadway in School of Rock. Read More »

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    Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants: May 2016

    The dining room of Sauvage (Photo: Sauvage)

    My, my, May had much to offer this year, with a glut of openings, especially in Brooklyn. Read More »

    8 NYC Restaurants with Secret Gardens

    Lolo's Seafood Shack (Photo: Lolo's)

    Not every diner wants to be part of the “see-and-be-seen” scene. For those who enjoy a little tranquility with their meal, there’s nothing like hiding out in NYC’s “secret” restaurant gardens — those quiet, al fresco patches tucked into courtyards, Read More »

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    Everything New York

    A Walk in the Park

    Central Park by the Numbers

    How do I love thee, Central Park? Let me count the ways. And are so many things to count, from the bright flower gardens, tall trees, and stately black lampposts to the walking paths and trails,

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    Rise and Shine

    10 Mouthwatering Breakfasts in NYC

    If it is the “most important meal of the day,” why don’t more restaurants serve breakfast? They certainly are quick to embrace brunch — you can’t swing a skillet in New York City without finding a place that serves weekend brunch.

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    “Sunny Silver Man, January 1979” by Roger Steffens from the exhibit, ‘The Family Acid’ on view at Benrubi Gallery July 7 - August 26 (Credit: Roger Steffens/Benrubi Gallery)

    10 Best Photography Exhibits in New York City

    New York may have been born centuries before the camera, but it was made for photography. No other medium is so adept at matching the shutter speed of the New York second and capturing its essence.

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