Tips and Articles for New York City

Ericka McConnell

It’s a Saturday morning in Midtown Manhattan and I’m about to embark on the unofficial Gossip Girl bus tour. The party bus that pulls up next to me... Read More

Travelers in the know have long found respite from the bustle of New York’s Grand Central Station in the famed Campbell Apartment. Cloaked in lush red... Read More

Yesterday, as Hillary Clinton campaigned in New York in advance of the state's upcoming primary, she decided to join to rest of us common folk and... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.comIf you think New York City has enough Starbucks, think again.The coffee store chain announced on... Read More

Two architects want to turn New York’s Central Park into a sunken valley—and their design is turning heads.Yitan Sun and Jianshi Wu, who are both recent... Read More

Maps are great for locating points of interest, determining the distance between two hot spots, and getting the overall lay of the land. But, one... Read More

Anyone who has traveled through New York's LaGuardia Aiport (LGA) knows it desperately needs an update. The Port Authority has been working on plans for... Read More

New York to London in three and a half hours? San Francisco to Tokyo in four hours and change? That’s the promise behind Boom, a supersonic plane start... Read More

The perfect dive should be as comfortable and familiar as an old pair of shoes. Neither fussy nor fancy, these watering holes have a rough-around-the... Read More

Taking in New York City’s vast history can be overwhelming. That’s why The Landmarks Preservation Commission unveiled a new interactive map this week... Read More

New York City’s famous Plaza Hotel was set to go up for auction next month after recent back-and-forth over its ownership, but it has been called... Read More

Last week, New York City welcomed the much-anticipated Metrograph—a new two-screen cinema that can play both 35 millimeter and digital films that is... Read More

This article originally appeared on fwx.com.Two years ago FWx brought you the story of a New Yorker who decided to explore the urban terroir... Read More

BostonGet 30 percent off from the Godfrey Hotel, a brand-new property whose rooms fill two side-by-side, historic buildings in Downtown Crossing.Travel ... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com.The World Trade Center Transportation Hub opens Thursday after nearly 12 years of construction and a... Read More

New Yorkers pride themselves on their studied indifference to celebrity. This is, after all, a city where celebrities come to feel like they're leading... Read More

This story originally appeared on Wallpaper*.NYC has some of the best art galleries in the world‚ but with over 1500 to choose from, the sheer... Read More

There's a reason why the storied Plaza is the only hotel in New York City to be named a National Historic Landmark. Steeped in a 110-year-old history,... Read More

It should come as no surprise that there are an endless number of fun things to do in New York City. But to get you started, we’ll give you five can’t... Read More

New York CityGet at least 30 percent off from the 176-room Trump Central Park, within walking distance of Lincoln Center and Fifth Avenue. The T+L... Read More

Arguably the worst part of winter is the fact that you can't comfortably enjoy your favorite cocktail on a roof. Bar 54 at the Hyatt Centric Times... Read More

There’s currently a two-month-plus wait to get into the crown of the Statue of Liberty. So it’s sort of astonishing to learn that six months after our... Read More

This year marks the 140th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which will take place on Monday, February 15th and 16th. Playing host to hundreds of... Read More

Honking horns, guys in Elmo costumes, Disney characters, camera-toting tourists, and half-naked ladies posing for photo opps on the pedestrian plazas... Read More

This article appeared on time.com.More than five decades after Harper Lee won the Pulitzer Prize for To Kill a Mockingbird, the book remains so... Read More

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