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Who says you need to blow your budget on a trip to New York City? Sure, there are plenty of luxury hotels and splurge-worthy restaurants, but the city... Read More

Hotel deals in New York City aren't hard to find, but more often than not, you're going to have to sacrifice style for a happier wallet. Take... Read More

Crowds are inevitable when taking in New York City's most popular sights—or so we thought. One jetpacker completely boggled our minds while... Read More

Jonathan Waxman is one of those great journeyman chefs who's picked up tricks, tips, and techniques across the decades. The 1970s found him working as a... Read More

It seems airline passengers just can’t catch a break. In addition to holiday surcharges for checked baggage, it now seems that the Port Authority might... Read More

“I’m a jock at heart in mes talons,” says Gaby Basora, the designer behind the much-loved New York City brand Tucker, whose fans include Maggie... Read More

The Bowery used to be known as a haven for starving artists, but in recent years the Manhattan avenue has gone upscale with sleek hotels, pricy condos,... Read More

New York City’s hummus situation is about to get really serious with the arrival of Philadelphia’s hummusiya phenomenon Dizengoff. Restaurateurs... Read More

On Sunday, 50,000 runners will jog through New York City, taking in the sights and sounds along the 26.2-mile route. Held annually on the first Sunday... Read More

Opera fans heading to NYC for the holidays are in luck: The Metropolitan Opera is hosting a sale perfect for families looking for a dose of culture... Read More

Just because you're traveling this Halloween doesn't mean you have to miss out on the pumpkin carving fun. Guests staying at the W Hotel - Union Square... Read More

Calling all muggles and wizard-lovers: Ithaca’s Press Bay Alley will be transforming into a very different (read: magical) sort of alley come ... Read More

New York, Boston, and Philadelphia all had their fair share of distilleries as far back as the Colonial era. The rise of prohibition, however, meant the... Read More

The World Series is never cheap; tickets to the Fall Classic generally run for a few hundred dollars a piece. This year, though, they might run you even... Read More

Around the turn of the decade, a new dessert boom began—cooler and arguably tastier than the cupcake craze of the early 2000s: the great New York Ice... Read More

Some may love staying in the city on the weekends, but waking up to rolling fields, seaside vistas, and fresh-from-the-farm cuisine is not to be missed.... Read More

The 10th annual StarChefs International Chefs Congress kicked off on Sunday at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with hands-on... Read More

Thousands of people trooped through the TWA Flight Center at JFK International Airport last weekend—thousands of architecture lovers, jonesing for a... Read More

Besides the daily contributions of water bottles and cigarette butts, the ground beneath Central Park contains multitudes—layers of ancient schist,... Read More

Smartphones are the new tour guides, providing directions, restaurants reviews, and tickets with the click of a button. However, these tools require... Read More

All across Brooklyn, new restaurants and bars are upping the ante with creative comfort food, small batch brews, and envy-inducing design. Williamsburg... Read More

This Halloween, grab a cricket bat and a shovel and head to Videology, a Brooklyn video store and bar that will be transformed into the Winchester... Read More

In the world of beauty treatments, everyone currently wants their regimen to be all-natural and organic. People have found that algaes, fruits and oils,... Read More

When the hotly anticipated High Street on Hudson opens in New York City this fall, fans of its elder sibling, High Street on Market, will be thrilled to... Read More

This weekend People en Español is hosting a two-day celebration of Hispanic heritage in New York. ... Read More

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