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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

This story originally appeared on You’ve probably seen headlines recently about free public college programs in New York and Tennessee.... 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

With its opulent buildings, luxury shopping avenues, and mile of world-class museums, the Upper East Side may be New York City's most polished... Read More

This story originally appeared on Oreo is forging through one heck of a publicity campaign this summer. The list of new flavors is... Read More

An upcoming New York City restaurant will put “farm-to-table” restaurants to shame by letting customers catch their own meal.Zauo, the Japanese chain... Read More

When the Moxy Times Square opens in September 2017, it will boast the largest all-season rooftop bar in New York City, becoming the crown jewel in a... Read More

New York City’s epicenter of cool, Williamsburg, has one of the most exciting (and fastest-growing) collections of quirky cafes, late-night,... Read More

New York City may be known for its cheesy pizza pies, dirty water dogs and namesake cut of steak, but eating vegan in the Big Apple is no challenge... Read More

This story originally appeared on New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority is dog-friendly — to a point.Leashed service and... Read More

Travelers interested in seeing the country can do so this autumn for a cool $361 — and that’s the round-trip price tag.The Airfare Spot has strung... Read More

Cher, one of the most prolific entertainers of all time, will soon let fans get a glimpse of what her legendary life is really like with an upcoming... Read More

Put down that unicorn drink. Stat.Finally, someone is crafting a cool, summer latte for the mall goth inside all of us.Round K Café in New York City is... Read More

Shared rides are coming to New York City yellow cabs.The practice popularized by UberPOOL and Via is not new, but the newcomers essentially overtook the... Read More

This story originally appeared on this point, we're not sure if the blueprints for Bourdain Market — think Eataly, but with... Read More

New York City is full of spooky sites. Just ask Tom Hanks.Hanks, or Hanx as he likes to be called on social media, is known for his quirky and engaging... Read More

For a city of nearly 8.5 million, New Yorkers certainly have a knack for preserving and honoring each other’s stories.As the city continues to evolve,... Read More

Fashion designer and icon Iris Apfel knows how to travel in style.Naturally, it’s on a boat.“I don’t pack light,” the 95-year-old style sage told The... Read More

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