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Nothing screams "summertime" quite like a fruity, ice-cold slushie. Throw in a bit of red, white, and blue, and you're ready to party in the U.S.A. This weekend, just in time for Independence Day, owner Anthory Serignese of Joe's Bar on Manhattan'...
What's the best place to grab a cheap meal near Lincoln Center? Blossom du Jour has been my favorite place to grab a salad or wrap before a performance. It's a 100% Vegan fast food, so they have a nice grab-n-go section. The area around Lincoln...
A recent tourist snapshot at the Brooklyn Bridge has raised concerns over the city's security measures. This wasn't just any photo op: selfie stick in hand, Chatanoogo resident David Karnauch scaled the landmark on Monday in search of the perfect ...
While Disney World is busy banning selfie sticks, Times Square is welcoming them to its tourist-congested streets with open arms. Selfie on a Stick—possibly the best store name ever—recently took up shop to sell their photo-taking accessories, whi...
Broad Museum, Los Angeles Downtown L.A.’s much-anticipated Diller, Scofidio & Renfro–designed building is making news for both its stellar contemporary art collection and Otium, from chef Timothy Hollingsworth and hot-shot restaurateur Bill Cha...
Broad Museum, Los Angeles Downtown L.A.’s much-anticipated Diller, Scofidio & Renfro–designed building is making news for both its stellar contemporary art collection and Otium, from chef Timothy Hollingsworth and hot-shot restaurateur Bill Cha...
Broad Museum, Los Angeles Downtown L.A.’s much-anticipated Diller, Scofidio & Renfro–designed building is making news for both its stellar contemporary art collection and Otium, from chef Timothy Hollingsworth and hot-shot restaurateur Bill Cha...
The July 4th holiday is one of the most popular in New York City, with millions of people turning out to celebrate from near and far. No surprise, then, that the city’s rich in options for Independence Day celebrations. The iconic Macy’s 4th of...
As rents continue to skyrocket in Manhattan and Brooklyn, residents and travelers are compelled to look outside New York City’s dominant boroughs for places to live and stay. Their current solution: Long Island City, where the chic, new Boro Ho...
Growing up in Harlem, my mother used to tell stories of the all the old haunts she and my aunts and uncles visit every Friday and Saturday night. Back then, jazz clubs were a staple in Harlem, and none attracted musicians quite like Minton's Pl...
It’s no secret that Manhattan is home to numerous abandoned subway stations and underground vaults, many of which remain in a continuous state of disrepair. Such is the case for the former Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal, a one-acre space ...
For the second year in a row, Spirit Cruises is hosting special Saturday afternoon sailings that feature an on-deck yoga class, a gourmet lunch, and a relaxing tour up the Hudson River. Dubbed Yoga on the Water, this exclusive experience departs o...
Last Tuesday, New York City's famous Stonewall Inn bar was unaminously granted landmark status by the New York City's Landmarks Preservation Commission. The bar is most well-known for its role in the LGBT movement as the location of the 1969 Stone...
This weekend, some lucky New York City commuters will be transported back to an era before the air-conditioned subway car,  when the Metro Transit Authority brings back some of its vintage trains. If the one the MTA showed off at New York Transit ...
This weekend, some lucky New York City commuters will be transported back to an era before the air-conditioned subway car,  when the Metro Transit Authority brings back some of its vintage trains. If the one the MTA showed off at New York Transit ...