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The High Line may be New York’s most popular elevated park, but it hides many juicy secrets, from rogue engagement rings to grumpy ghosts
For many, the real secret of the High Line is to figure out when to visit so as not to get stuck in the clots that form along the 1.45 miles of elevated track. The High Line swells annually with more than 7 million visitors, who stop to take selfies, catch Pokémon characters and admire the …
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Think teens are hard to please? Think again!
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. Plus, knowledgeable guides provide an insider — and entertaining — look into the city that never …
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These 10 inside tips will make your visit an affair to remember
It’s no surprise that the world’s most famous skyscraper offers unforgettable views from the 86th-floor observatory. But before you soak in those breathtaking vistas, take a moment to discover how you can prepare for your visit. From saving time by purchasing tickets in advance to knowing what of time day to visit, we’ve come up …
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Here’s the best of New York City in October
If the smell of hot apple cider and anything with artificial pumpkin flavoring makes you smile, you’re probably already getting excited about October. Mild temperatures, fall foliage and seasonal treats make it a marvelous time to experience the city. NewYork.com lets you in on the Big Apple’s best October pastimes from hanging with the heat-seekers …
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"I still love the excitement of New York City. I love the action" -Gerry Polci
I grew up in New Jersey, about ten miles from Manhattan. So, I have been coming into Manhattan since I was 16 years old. I used to take the bus in. I bought my first snare drum from Manny’s Music on 48th Street, which is still there. And I still love the excitement of being …
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New hotels are sprouting across NYC this fall
New York may be the city that never sleeps, but when you want to, rest assured that you now have even more places to do so. Here are 10 new and notable hotel openings in New York this fall, from Downtown to Midtown. Four Seasons New York Downtown The highly anticipated Four Seasons New …
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Grumpy Cat Makes Broadway Debut as a Jellicle in ‘Cats’
Stand aside, Macavity. Today, Grumpy Cat crawls into the Neil Simon Theatre for her Broadway debut as a literal feline alongside the human cast of Cats. Grumpy Cat is shattering expectations by taking the title as the first actual animal to assume a role in the classic Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, Cats. For one night …
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Rachel Brosnahan shares her experiences of working with Woody Allen, plus her favorite neighborhood in New York City and her new project with Daniel Craig
Like many people, Rachel Brosnahan first got to know New York City by watching Woody Allen movies. “Annie Hall is one of my parents’ favorite films,” said Brosnahan, who grew up in Highland Park, Illinois, where she was one of the only students at her high school to join both the wrestling team and theater …
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Changes are coming to Penn Station!
It finally looks like New York is slated for a new-and-improved Penn Station, after years of false starts. This week, Governor Cuomo revealed plans to transform the Farley Post Office, located adjacent to Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, into a grand waiting room for Amtrak and Long Island Railroad passengers. He also promised to …
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Eat your way across NYC at these 12 famous restaurants that define the city’s best-known neighborhoods
To first-time visitors (or those watching on TV), Manhattan can appear a single chaotic mass of skyscrapers, people and activity, with little sense of organization beyond the grid layout of streets. But to residents and the experienced, the island is rigidly divided into clearly defined neighborhoods, each with its own character and identity, be …
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On View: ‘Jerusalem 1000-1400: Every People Under Heaven’ at Metropolitan Museum of Art
Steeped in history, the Holy City of Jerusalem, Israel, is sacred to three faiths: Judaism, Islam and Christianity. It is also one of the oldest metropolises in the world. Jerusalem 1000-1400: Every People Under Heaven, now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, explores the city during the medieval period when it was often termed the …
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