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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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Dine Out: 5 Terrific Restaurants and Bars in Midtown
Midtown dining used to be more about practical rather than premium cuisine — a tolerable collection of lunchtime salad bars and mints-by-the-register diners. The restaurants were compared to the neighborhood’s name itself: middling. But, Midtown turned the corner long ago, and every season, a new crop of worthy restaurants opens. Here’s a roundup of our …
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Picture This
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. Talents Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Alfred Stieglitz, and Andy Warhol elevated it to an art form, recognized by the …
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How a Tony Award Turns Into Box Office Gold (And Vice Versa)
Anyone watching last week’s Tony Awards might have thought the only winner was Hamilton. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash hit rap-hip-hop history lesson took awards in every category for which it was nominated, except two (Best Actress and Scenic Design for a Musical), making its haul a near-record 11. But there were a few other shows that benefited …
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At these gorgeous bars, the setting rivals the cocktails
Beautiful mirages may indeed appear at the bottom of a bar glass, but in New York, it’s no illusion. With the world’s top designers, artists and craftspeople on hand, bar owners who want to make a fashion statement have all the tools at hand to stamp their own vision of beauty in the nightlife scene. …
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Summertime and the livin' is easy... 
Manhattan may be surrounded by water, but there aren’t many places to take a refreshing dip. For that, turn to the small pockets of heaven known as the hotel pool. Indoor, outdoor, rooftop or not, NYC’s hotel pools are as varied as the hotels themselves. From the Sahara-inspired oasis that crowns the Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel …
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How to Manage an Unresponsive Hiring Manager
I hear this bit of feedback more and more from my clients in the job market: employers are simply delinquent in getting back to candidates hungry for some closure. Candidates who have been asked to interview for up to seven rounds of discussions are getting left in the dark and feeling ignored, abandoned and disrespected. …
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Top 10 Mistakes That Newbies Make When Booking NYC Hotels
Obviously you won’t be spending your entire New York City vacation solely in your room, but choosing the right hotel is a crucial part of your stay. The city has more than a whopping 100,000 hotel rooms and another 22,000 on the way, so narrowing down your options can be tough. Before you click confirm, …
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Timing is everything in New York City
It’s easy to pick out the top sights of New York. What’s harder is to pick the top times to visit. Knowing the right time to show up can greatly enhance your experience, whether to avoid the hordes, get the best vantage point or arrive with plenty of time before the doors close so you …
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Shh... Can you keep these secrets about the Empire State Building?
When the Empire State Building was completed in 1931, it became the tallest skyscraper in the world, a title it held until the first tower of the World Trade Center reached its full height in 1972. While the ESB may no longer be the tallest, this massive but graceful Art Deco masterpiece remains unsurpassed as …
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8 Wonderful Central Park Tours
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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You haven’t experienced New York until you’ve experienced Broadway. But, you don’t want to throw away your shot to see a top show due to an easily avoided booking error. Follow our ten-step guide to ensure a memorable (and painless) Broadway booking journey. For more helpful tips on attending show, check out our …
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