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Harlem Jazz and Soul Food at “The Post”

Harlem is the spot for dining and jazz. The Lenox Lounge may be changing, the Red Rooster and Ginny’s Supper Club are a bit sceney, and Minton’s is a pricy evening, but there’s another spot that conveys the real spirit of Harlem’s jazz tradition at a fraction of the cost.......

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Eat the Bronx!

I’ve already told you why you should visit the Bronx now, but here’s another good reason: “Savor the Bronx.” The Bronx’s version of restaurant week lasts through November 14. “Savor the City” Restaurant Week.......

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Fall and Winter Happenings in the Bronx

The Bronx, named after Jonas Bronck who settled there in 1639, is often overlooked as a destination for a day trip. Yet, it’s a pretty quick subway ride, with, perhaps an Uber connection if your feet get tired. And you can fill a day or two, easily, exploring the borough.......

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Queens bakery offers 1934 pricing this weekend

Here’s a tasty tidbit to lure you to Queens this weekend. To mark its 80th anniversary, Rudy’s Bakery and Café on Seneca Avenue, the oldest German bakery in Ridgewood, is offering baked goods at 1934 prices. The celebration on Saturday, October 25th, from 12 Noon to 5pm, coincides with Ridgewood’s “Seneca Avenue Oktoberfest Stroll”......

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Whitney Museum and Jeff Koons Exhibit to Close October 19 – See It Now!

Art lovers, this is the last weekend to visit our beloved Whitney in its current location on the Upper East Side. The museum will close its doors on Sunday, October 19, reopening on an unspecified date in the spring in its new Meatpacking District address.....

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Free Bulgarian Concert Evenings Offer Classical Music on Upper East Side

With the leaves changing colors and the temperatures cooling down, it feels like the time to cozy up indoors with some wonderful classical music. If you’ve ever imagined yourself at one of the famous student gatherings held in the home of composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, you have a chance to experience something similar in New York.....

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Rock ‘n Roll Lives at SUMO Gallery in TriBeCa

If you love rock ‘n roll the way I do, you shouldn’t miss this new exhibit by British photographer Mick Rock at SUMO gallery in TriBeCa. Titled EXPOSED, the exhibit does just that: it exposes the often haunting and legendary images taken by Rock of famous rock musicians....

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Fall Getaway from NYC: The Hamptons – Where to Eat

Fall is gorgeous in the Hamptons and the drive (without the summer rush) can be as little as an hour and a half. Here are some dining choices to whet your appetite...

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Fall Foodie Events in Brooklyn and Manhattan

A beer party and three food benefits highlight this fall’s NYC culinary calendar. Buy your tickets early for these highly anticipated annual events...

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Foodie Events for Labor Day and the Weeks After

Labor Day weekend and the weeks beyond means all sort of fun foodie events in New York City. Here is a compilation of some that you might want to sample...

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Beer Festival Takes on NYC: August 23-29

From August 23 – 29, Third Rail Beer will be introducing their craft brews throughout the city in a brew-centric party. Beer lovers should not miss these events which not only give you great drinks but also take you to some of the city’s finest watering holes. Third Rail Beer is a New York City-based craft brewery.

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Free Site-Specific Dance Takes Over the Bronx: August 13, 14, and 16

Here’s a wonderful way to enjoy dance in the city along with an evening in the some of the city’s coolest parks. Free! DANCING THROUGH THE BRONX is a site-specific dance festival about contemporary dance in three green spaces of varying size and topography.

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Downtown Activities for All Ages through August

If you’re not heading to the Hamptons this summer, downtown Manhattan with its cool river breezes is the place to be. Check out some of these wonderful, mostly free activities happening throughout July and August.

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Game on! Brings Fun and Games to Lower Manhattan Through Labor Day

Downtown Manhattan’s Water Street is turning into an outdoor playground this summer for adults as well as kids with its pop-up Game On! Series. Through Labor Day, Monday through Friday from noon to 7pm, you’ll never lack for fun if you head to the Financial District, between Wall Street and Whitehall.

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Bike Brooklyn, Baseball and Street Art Tours — Offered through July

Collage artist and founder of Gotham SideWalks tours, Rich Garr, spent this winter refining two tours that blend specific cultural history with the fabric of rapidly evolving neighborhoods. These mash-ups of art, history and architecture utilize local characters and props that are both new and old.

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“Stars in the Alley” Offers Free Broadway Concert on May 21

Do you love live theater? The Tony Awards, honoring the “best of Broadway,” will be broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall on June 8. Tickets are sold out, so you’ll have to resign yourself to watching from your home if you want to see Hugh Jackman host the black-tie event. www.TonyAwards.com.

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Post-Easter Activities in Manhattan: Car Show, Egg Hunt, Gauguin and Broadway

Despite the chilly weather, Easter marks the start of some pretty wonderful New York City events this year. If you love cars, this is the time to get into gear. The New York City International Auto Show runs through Sunday April 27. This year’s show has a number of showstoppers with a wide range of electric cars, the 50th anniversary Mustang cars, and the 25th anniversary Miatas.

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“Choice Streets” Food Truck Festival Returns on May 7

Food truck lovers, this is the event you’ve been waiting for. The Village Voice’s Third Annual “Choice Streets” Food Truck Tasting Event on Wednesday, May 7. (Rain date: May 9). A gathering of 20 ore more food trucks against the gorgeous backdrop of the Hudson River and the Intrepid, the event takes place at Pier 86 (W. 46th St & 12th Ave), Manhattan, from 7-11pm. Early entry is recommended as lines form quickly.

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It’s Time to Party Like It’s 1969 — Best Places to Drink Like a “Mad Man” in NYC

As we tune into the last episodes of the beloved, NYC 60s advertising show, "Mad Men," we can contemplate the past few seasons by drinking in places that Don, Roger, Peggy, Pete, and the gang would have enjoyed. So, here, for the final time, I present to you my list of "best places to pretend you're in advertising in NYC" for drinks and "camaraderie."

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Be Safe and Smart When Visiting New York City

Visiting New York City? Here are six things to keep in mind to make your visit go more smoothly. Don’t accept rides in taxis that are’nt yellow Taxi and Limousine Commission vehicles. Anyone approaching you with a sign and offering a deal for $20 could head you right for trouble, rather than your destination. If you can’t find a taxi, look for the nearest subway or a bus stop.

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Learn Everything Having to Do with Travel at the New York Times Travel Show: March 1 and 2

If you love to travel, this is one weekend to stay put in New York City. One of the largest travel showcases around, The New York Times Travel Show, happens Saturday (10am-6pm) and Sunday (11am-5pm) at the Javits Center in Manhattan. www.NYTTravelShow.com Exhibitors from locations around the world are eager to meet you at their booths, with many demonstrations and giveaways as well.

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More Enticing Valentine’s Day Events and Specials

I love how creative New Yorkers, especially Brooklynites, can be about how to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Brooklyn’s New York Transit Museum’s annual “Missed Connections” party (thank you, Craisglist) celebrates the possibilities public transit encounters.

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Hotels Offer Valentine’s Day Specials for Valentine’s Day

New York City excels at creating romantic experiences for lovers all year round. On Valentine’s Day, Cupid’s Arrow knows no limits. Here are some choices for consideration to wow your sweetheart.

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2014 Chinese New Year — Celebrate in Flushing This Year

2014 Chinese New Year — Celebrate in Flushing This Year

The Chinese Year of the Horse has arrived. One of the best places to celebrate is among the Chinese community in Flushing, Queens, a quick hop from Manhattan on the 7 train.

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Buy Your “Choice Eats” Tickets Now — Other Manhattan and Brooklyn Food Events This Week

Buy Your “Choice Eats” Tickets Now — Other Manhattan and Brooklyn Food Events This Week

Are you ready for the best foodie event in Manhattan? It’s not until March 25, but tickets are now on sale. The Village Voice’s “Choice Eats” always has about 60 restaurants to sample treats from, from 35 or more different ethnicities.

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Super Bowl Activities in New York City

Super Bowl Activities in New York City

If you haven’t been over to Times Square and Broadway yet, you’re in for a week of Super Bowl festivities. Last night saw the testing of the New Jersey-New York Super Bowl Toboggan on Super Bowl Boulevard.

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Where to Go Sledding in NYC: 2014 Guide

Central Park Sledding

Happy New Year and happy first snowstorm of the year – it’s a no-school snow day. Keep this updated 2014 guide handy for fun places to go sledding in the city.

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Where to See the Holiday Displays in NYC This Year

Christmas Lights

Brave the cold for spectacular sights across the city! You might even get some last minute shopping in as well.

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Where to See the Holiday Displays in NYC This Year

Christmas Lights

Brave the cold for spectacular sights across the city! You might even get some last minute shopping in as well.

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Christmas and New Year's Dining: Delivered Straight to Your Home (No Cooking Involved)

A Christmas Feast at Home

Stay in with the family this Christmas, but skip the stress of cooking. Have Santa deliver the best food for you and your family!

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A Thanksgiving Escape to Rhode Island: Ocean House

Rhode Island Ocean House Thanksgiving Feast

Thanksgiving in New England has a nice ring to it, especially when your New York City home seems a bit cramped when the family convenes.

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Celebrate Veteran's Day All Year Long with Harlem Jazz and Soul

Colonel Charles Young Buffalo Soldier

Travel to Harlem to celebrate with the vets at a place that's one of the most special in New York City.

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More “Mad Men” Bars to Keep You Warm and Cozy – Top Ten Plus Two

More Mad Men Bars

Discover even more of the classiest bars in NYC!

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Top 10 “Mad Men” Bars and Restaurants – Part I

Mad Men Bars

Experience the classiest bars NYC has to offer!

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Arts Festivals in Brooklyn This Weekend!

DUMBO Art Festival

Discover the beauty of the District under the Manhattan Bridge.

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Off-Broadway Week: 2-for-1 Tickets through October 6

Fantastic Deals to See the Best Shows

Take your friends to experience new shows and rediscover classics.

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September Street Fairs, Parades and Concerts in NYC

September Street Fairs, Parades and Concerts

Explore New York's fall attractions this September!

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“Forever Tango” and “Let It Be”:
Dance and Music Take Broadway by Storm

Music and Dance Take Broadway By Storm

Listen and Dance to the best new Broadway shows!

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NYC Hidden Harbor Tours – Cruise the Waters and Learn about Sandy as well

NYC Harbor

A narrated cruise is a wonderful way to take in the sights of the city while also learning a bit about New York City’s maritime history on the new Beyond Sandy Tour

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Food Festivals Continue All Summer (into October)

Broadway

The food truck craze continues all summer long in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Celebrated chefs from around the world are serving up their best with a twist through October!

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