Tips and Articles for New York City

Ericka McConnell

If you lived through 1990s, then you know “Titanic,” the blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.Twenty years after the film's release,... Read More

Couples seeking seriously cinematic experiences know that New York City is a truly romantic city. Nothing beats strolling through the twisted... Read More

JetBlue is working on the plans for a brand new terminal at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport.The new terminal, expected to open in the mid-2020s,... Read More

As part of a collaboration with Turkish Airlines, TV personality Mehmet Oz, known as Dr. Oz, has signed on with a new project called “Fly Good, Feel... Read More

Vodka lovers in Manhattan get ready: There’s one more reason you won’t have to get on the subway.OUR/Vodka, a unit of Pernod Ricard, is planning to open... Read More

If you look at a map of Manhattan, you’ll probably notice that Midtown is not, in fact, in the middle of the island. Rather, it starts at Central Park’s... Read More

This story originally appeared on It was the tweet heard ’round the Northeast Corridor.Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said Thursday that... Read More

This story originally appeared on cafés are so last season. (Regardless, they are great causes—so go check one out when you grab... Read More

Fans of Jim Henson's work probably know him best as the creator of some of the best-loved puppet characters, including Kermit the Frog, Miss ... Read More

This story originally appeared on A Brooklyn, N.Y., family claims they were kicked off a JetBlue flight after their 1-year-old daughter... Read More

Taylor swift can be a stealthy character when she tries to be.The pop star tends to go through phases of total over-exposure (see: the Tom Hiddleston... Read More

With Brooklyn neighborhoods like Williamsburg, Cobble Hill, and DUMBO now becoming major tourist destinations, there’s been a growing demand for more... Read More

This is your last chance to witness the most highly anticipated sunset of the year.Wednesday, July 12, marks the last, full-sun Manhattanhenge sunset of... Read More

With so many amazing properties in New York City, it can be hard for a hotel to stand out. But this year's best hotel in the U.S., for the Travel +... Read More

New York City may not share Los Angeles' reputation for tacos (though don’t scoff at the vendors selling tamales by the subway), but exceptional Mexican... Read More

Also known as the Upper Best Side by pretty much every resident living on the west side of Central Park below 125th and above 59th Street, there’s a... Read More

There’s no shortage of excellent food in Manhattan’s East Village.Below 14th Street, above Houston (that's HOW-ston), and west of Broadway, there are... Read More

From the earliest days of urban Manhattan, how much you made mattered more than who you were. The Dutch who arrived in the seventeenth century did not... Read More

Anchored by Union Square Park, this vibrant New York City neighborhood is as popular with tourists as it is with locals. Whether you're here for the... Read More

Since the late 19th-century, New York City's Little Italy has been an enclave for Italian immigrants, particularly those from Naples and Sicily. While... Read More

Yes, you can be a cool, attractive jet-setter — even if your bank account says otherwise.If you’re constantly struggling for that perfect... Read More

Solo travel is becoming an increasingly popular choice for travelers, according to data from Airbnb.The home booking site revealed that the... Read More

Commuters and visitors know that New York City's Penn Station isn't exactly a dining destination. Sure, the subterranean Shake Shack is a great... Read More

This story originally appeared on Specialty food shops are becoming a bit of a, well, New York City specialty lately. There’s one that... Read More

Cake or ice cream? Now you don’t have to choose.%image2Black Tap, a popular burger and milkshake joint just opened its new location in New York City’s... Read More

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