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Michael Cerveris in ‘Fun Home’ (Photo: Joan Marcus)

Meet the 2015 Tony Nominees: Best Actor in a Musical

The Tony nominees for Best Actor in a Musical have a wide range of experience. Two are known principally as dancers, one is an Oscar nominee and veteran of the Japanese film and theater world Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Borsa at Vic’s (Photo: Vic's)

Borsa at Vic’s

Ah, summer Fridays are finally here. What that means to New Yorkers: a shorter work week, longer weekends and the perfect excuse to kick them off over an extended, wine-soaked lunch. Noho’s Vic’s provides the perfect setting to this seasonal Read More

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Statue by Night tour (Photo: New York Water Taxi)

10 Tours to Take for Captivating New York Views

An image of New York City on a postcard is eye-catching. In person, that view is even more thrilling. But, you don’t have to own a penthouse apartment to take in million-dollar vistas of the city. These ten tours take you soaring Read More

Living in New York»

EXPLORE NEW YORK


Take this Class: Perfume Workshop

Take this Class: Perfume Workshop (Photo: iStockphoto)

The preference of smells is completely unique to the individual. Are you a floral and vanilla gal? Or maybe a wood and smoke boy? Read More »


Instant New York: ‘Please Touch the Art’ at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park - Please Touch the Art

Sick of stuffy museums that scold when you barely glance at a piece of art, let alone touch it? We have a cure for you and your roaming fingers! A new sculpture installation in Brooklyn Bridge Park has arrived with a direct order: ‘Please Touch the Art.’ Read More »


On View: Al Hirschfeld at the New-York Historical Society

Beatle Ringo Starr in 'The Magic Christian' by Al Hirschfeld, 1969 (Collection of The Al Hirschfeld Foundation)

Al Hirschfeld’s distinctive portraits of Broadway’s larger-than-life stars are an essential part of 20thcentury theater mythology, and the performing arts in general. Fans can now Read More »

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE


Long Island City is Growing at Hyper-Speed

Aerial view of Hunter’s Point South [Rendering: NYCEDC]

Over the last five years, the waterfront neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens, has been developing at hyper-speed. Read More »


The Allure of New York City Carriage Houses

Brooklyn Heights Carriage House (Photo: Courtesy of Chuck Burgess/Flickr CC)

New Yorkers tend to fetishize buildings not made for living as places to live — firehouses, churches, hospitals, even a former lunatic asylum, but carriage houses, structures originally meant to Read More »

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NEW YORK JOBS


Nightlife Impresario Nur Khan Ensures That NYC Never Sleeps

Nightlife impresario Nur Khan (Photo: Nur Khan)

If you’ve gone out clubbing in NYC, chances are that you partied at one of Nur Khan’s nightspots, from the sexy Rose Bar to the groovy Electric Room. But life wasn’t always so glitzy for this club master. Read More »


In Your Career, Be Ready to Pivot

Prepare for a Career Pivot (Photo: iStockphoto)

If you have ever played a court sport, like tennis or basketball, you know that the pivot is crucial. Without a pivot move, you are vulnerable to being caught flat-footed Read More »

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Visiting New York»

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    New and Noteworthy Hotels: Summer and Fall 2015

    New York City has a whopping 100,000-plus hotel rooms, but the demand continues to rise — which means new hotels continue to open. In the second half of 2015, you can look forward to a diverse array of new hotels, from an eco-minded newcomer Read More »

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    EXPERIENCE NEW YORK


    Watch the 2015 Tony Awards Live in Times Square

    Deborah Cox and Justin Guarini will host the Tonys broadcast in Times Square on June 7

    The Tony Awards may take place at Radio City Music Hall, but there will also be a big party going on a few blocks south Read More »


    3 Reasons to Visit the Greenwich Village Comedy Club

    Greenwich Village Comedy Club (Photo: Greenwich Village Comedy Club)

    The Greenwich Village Comedy Club is a MacDougal Street staple. This popular nightlife spot, which is owned by the legendary New York comedy club owner Al Martin, Read More »


    Escape Manhattan: The 10 Best of the Borough Tours

    Cross the Brooklyn Bridge to Brooklyn and beyond on Open Tours Triboro Tour (Photo: Open Tours)

    Manhattan may get the lion’s share of visitors — and media coverage — but the outer boroughs offer an equally memorable cultural experience, with fascinating history, landmark museums and parks Read More »

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    NEW YORK RESTAURANTS


    5 Wonderful Literary Bars in NYC

    Pete's Tavern, the tavern O.Henry made famous (Photo: Beyond My Ken/Wikimedia Commons)

    Every year, bibliophiles descend upon the Javits Center for BookExpo America. Over the course of three days (May 27-29) BEA brings together all lovers of the written word — authors, publishers, librarians and voracious readers alike. Read More »


    The Ultimate Guide to NYC’s Food Markets

    A cheese counter at Eataly (Photo: John Li/Flickr CC)

    New York is home to every kind of food under the sun, from fine dining to killer sandwiches to specialties from every culinary culture. And increasingly, all these food options are coming together under a single roof. Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    NYC for the Newbie, Experienced and Pro

    The Ultimate NYC To-Do List

    Whether it’s your first, fifth or 10th time in New York City, we’ve got your sightseeing plans covered with just the right attractions, tours and experiences

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    Cherry Esplanade at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    How to Celebrate Spring in NYC

    The days are getting longer, the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming. It's time to get out and celebrate a new season

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    Everything New York

    Call It a Day

    Grand Army Plaza (Photo: Ericdp/Flickr CC)

    24 Hours in Beautiful Park Slope, Brooklyn

    Park Slope is quintessential Brooklyn, with gorgeous brownstone architecture, tree-lined streets, funky cafes and restaurants, shops that proudly sell made-in-Brooklyn goods and — the crown jewel — sprawling Prospect Park.

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    THE QUEEN

    Kelli O'Hara

    A Day in the Life of Kelli O’Hara of ‘The King and I’

    Since she was 10 and singing in her elementary school talent show, Kelli O’Hara knew that she belonged on stage. “I didn’t grow up around performing. It’s just that it came easy

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    Tour Guide Rory Lipede, The Ride (Photo: The Ride)

    8 Most Entertaining Tour Guides in New York City

    When you’re visiting New York, a tour guide is often your first local viewpoint of the city. Being privy to this insider perspective can greatly elevate your experience — and even more so when the guide is entertaining.

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