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Innovation doesn’t just come in the form of fancy beds and spas at these New York City hotels. A host of inventions were born in these NYC spots, from brunch cocktails to New Year’s Eve traditions to a Tony Award-winning Broadway show. Read on for the inside scoop on how each of these inventions came …
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Though sushi is what immediately comes to mind when thinking of Japanese restaurants, here’s a newsflash: sushi is just one of about three dozen cuisines in Japan. In New York City, one can graze through about two dozen alone. These ten restaurants especially provide a tasty primer on the varied food genres of the Land …
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In a fast-paced city where folded slices of pizza and Starbucks lattes on the run are all too often the norm, the notion of a Broadway show followed by animated conversation over a cocktail seems a luxurious departure. Yet this civilized ritual is one of the finest ways to savor the city. While the Theater …
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Central Park is often called the “lungs” of New York City. And for good reason: This vast expanse of green is a refreshing (and necessary) counterpoint to the city’s concrete, grit and noise. But this isn’t your average urban park. It unfolds for a very impressive 843 acres, from 59th Street to 110th Street. Explore …
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If you thought a carousel was confined to spinning horses, this one will prove you wrong. The new SeaGlass Carousel ($5pp; open daily 10am-10pm, except Jan. and Feb.), developed by the Battery Conservancy over ten years at the price of $16 million, opens tomorrow, August 20, in Battery Park. The New York Times describes it …
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The Seaport is reinventing itself. Through January 2016, the new Seaport Culture District is showcasing works by prominent NYC architects and artists, and offering a range of events, exhibits and programs — all free to the public. As David Weinreb, CEO of the Howard Hughes Corporation, which is behind the makeover, explained, “This continues the …
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The lively Central Park Zoo is home to everything from snow monkeys to sea lions in the buzzing  heart of Manhattan. Big enough for a real adventure, but small enough to be manageable, this zoo is a perfect for a morning or afternoon of fun. Roaming the zoo works up an appetite — here are …
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When Timothy Miller was finishing up high school in Connecticut, his mother suggested he take a year off before college and get a job on a cruise ship for the summer. Little did he (or she) know that it would lead to a lifelong obsession with being on the water.   After a stint as …
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Play ball! A favorite childhood pastime has received a very adult makeover at one of New York’s creative design and advertising agencies. JumpIn! — a ball pit filled with 81,000 white plastic balls — is now open in the Pearlfisher offices (455 Broadway) and employees of this creative design firm are diving right in. Instead …
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While the official start of spring may begin in March, the NYC weather has no problem taking its sweet time to warm up. With snow often in the forecast for the first half of the season and then a sudden burst of warmth around the end of May, spring can be confusing for visitors making …
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Strolling up the grand steps of the New York Public Library’s Main Branch on bustling Fifth Avenue is a quintessential New York experience. The noble lion statues, Patience and Fortitude, and the massive Roman-style columns provide a dramatic entrance into the palatial lobby that millions of visitors have experienced since the doors opened in 1911. …
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Labor Day weekend is the last hurrah of summer. It’s your final chance to escape before it’s back to non-summer Fridays and sweater weather. The good news? From New York City, it’s easy to steal away for the weekend. From exploring the leafy peaks of the Catskills to sipping your way through North Fork in …
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