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Top 6 Things to Do in NY This Summer

SummerStage: This is one of the biggest perks of living in New York City, and well worth the impossibly long lines. SummerStage is a free performing arts festival that brings artists such as Chairlift, Yo La Tengo, and PJ Harvey to Central Park’s outdoor amphitheater, as well as a number of smaller parks around the […]

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What to Know Before Attending an NYC Food Festival

Spring is almost here and that means the streets in NYC will soon be filled with people, fun and most of all food. Throughout the year, NYC boasts some of the country’s most exciting food festivals, and if you’re a fan of food (and really, who isn’t?), attending one sounds like a dream come true, […]

Exciting New Restaurants to Visit in NYC

New York City is known for its variety of dining experiences and world class cuisine. With over 24,000 restaurants throughout the 5 boroughs, it’s kind of hard to imagine something new, yet that’s the story of NYC. Like and with time, neighborhoods change, people change, and subsequently, we get new restaurants and fresh, exciting places […]

Why Outdoor Movies Are Taking Over NYC Summers

It’s summer in New York City. And while temperatures are blazing (it’s been over 90s degrees all last week) with gripping humidity to match, the city is overjoyed by the presence of sunshine and the plethora of events that come with it. Along with boat cruises, concerts, and beach getaways, as I talked about in […]

Best Ideas for a Beach Getaway for New Yorkers

If this week’s weather is any indicator, summer is well on its way, and we in New York couldn’t be any happier. Soon, we’ll be shedding off layers, having family picnics and finding ways to navigate Times Square without stepping on one another. Another reason to be excited is a chance to relax on the […]

Eating In BoCoCa: 5 Restaurants You Need To Visit Soon

These days, Brooklyn is all the rage. Artists have fled SoHo for Bushwick; the wealthy have made Williamsburg a landmark; and some rents in Bed-Stuy are comparable to those in some of Manhattan’s historic neighborhoods. Yet, there’s a neighborhood, or a group of them, rather, which don’t get as much as fanfare. Boerum Hill, Cobble […]

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