Being knee-deep into August not only means that summer is in full swing, but also close to an end. (I know – how dare we say such a thing!) But have no fear – there is still time to romp around in the water, or our case, the pool. There are countless spots to
There is nothing quite like summer in New York City. Sure, the weather can get very hot, but you never run out of things to do! However, it is possible to run out of money to do certain activities. We know how you feel, and as native New Yorkers, we have a list of
Do you have the desire to do business in New York City, but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered with locations and websites where you can find office space to conduct your business! Whether you need office space for a day, a week, a month or more, here are some locations
The Borough Is Quickly Rising In Popularity. You drive through it on your way from the airport. It’s across the water from your hotel. The trains you take have their last stops there. This gem is the borough of Brooklyn, and many have already realized what a treasure it is. Brooklyn should
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From Shaft’s iconic walk through Harlem to Audrey Hepburn’s morning stroll down Fifth Avenue in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, New York City has been the background for many Hollywood’s Films. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite movies with locations in the city that you can actually visit. Take a look and let us know which you’ve been to!
Each year, thousands of tourists and NYC locals alike gather to watch the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks display above the East River in Manhattan. Whether you watch the fireworks in-person or from the television, it is the perfect way to end a well-spent Independence Day with your family. This year is no different,
Looking to see some art in Brooklyn? Try going to Escher: The Exhibition and Experience. This brand new exhibition celebrates the works of Maurits Cornelis (M.C.) Escher (1898-1972) and is currently on display at Industry City through February 3, 2019. Escher was a Dutch graphic artist whose work was driven by optical illusion. It appears
Speakeasies are a growing trend lately. The posh interior designs and fancy service leave no question as to why they have become such a hit. They first came into prominence during the Prohibition era of the 1930s when bars, pubs, and lounges were kept on the down-low due to strict alcohol consumption regulations. Today, their ambiance
Now that we’ve shared the hottest events happening during NYC Pride this month, let’s dive into some historic LGBTQ+ sites. Whether or not you are in town now or stopping by later, these seven landmarks are a must see. The Stonewall Inn Both a gay bar and a historic LGBTQ+ site, going
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