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You won’t need a travel visa to attend Brasil Summerfest, but a Metrocard is highly recommended. ... Read More

Chef Chloe Coscarelli (you may remember her from the Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars”) has opened a casual café and restaurant in New York City’s West... Read More

As if Wow Air's $99 Europe deal wasn't enough for you, the Hudson New York will be celebrating their 15th birthday by offering a limited... Read More

Peru is popping up at New York’s Chelsea Market this week. In anticipation of the Peru Showroom that will open permanently at the market in 2017, the... Read More

Whether you're a fan of The Notebook or not, it's easy to say Rachel McAdams is pretty great at a lot of things. In a move that will make... Read More

Grand Central Station in New York City is still one of the most historic and glamorous places in the city. The sights in the travel hub during the 1940s... Read More

Thousand of swimmers were ordered out of the water on Thursday after two sharks were spotted swimming close to shore in Long Island. ... Read More

It's not a joke: You can find a place to stay in New York City for $22. You just have to be willing to sleep in a van down by the river. An Airbnb user... Read More

Building on the success of last year’s notably Ben Stiller-free Night at the Museum for Grown-Ups program, New York City’s American Museum of Natural... Read More

There may not be an award for it in our annual World’s Best survey, but at Tales of the Cocktail’s Spirited Awards, a panel of expert judges gathers... Read More

Nabbing hard-to-get Broadway tickets is a little easier when you’re president. President Obama took his daughters Malia and Sasha to a performance of... Read More

For decades, whenever an American president came to New York, he would stay at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. That is about to change with President Barack... Read More

Urban Layers—a hands-on map created by architecture practice Morphocode—is giving us a glimpse at the evolution of New York City's skyline... Read More

The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining... Read More

Plenty of hotels have animal mascots, but the historic Algonquin, an Autograph Collection Hotel in New York City, has been rescuing and caring for stray... Read More

The New York City tradition of complaining about the way tourists walk exists not for the betterment of tourists, but for the small-talk needs of New... Read More

Today is your last day to dance on the giant piano fromBig. ... Read More

For Madewell’s second collaboration with beloved French brand Sezane, they decided to focus on two of their (and our) favorite cities: Paris and New... Read More

Seeing a Broadway show is right up there with walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, climbing the stairs of the Statue of Liberty, or eating... Read More

Hotel brands have gotten savvy to the fact that partnering with a beauty brand, on everything from a specific scent piped into the lobby to a custom... Read More

New York City’s downtown Waterfront Plaza turns out to be the ideal venue for the summer’s annual Lowdown Hudson Music Festival. Concert-goers can dance... Read More

In late June, artist Melissa McGill stood on a dock off the Metro North train in Beacon, New York, to head by boat to the unveiling of her... Read More

Teddy Roosevelt’s home is once again accepting visitors. ... Read More

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