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Looking to get your coffee fix before battling some holiday shopping? Dunkin’ Donuts locations across the U.S will be offering free hot medium coffees... Read More

New York  Get 35 percent off the Cooper Inn, an 1800’s Federal-style manor in historic Cooperstown, which sits on the edge of Ostego Lake upstate... Read More

Complimentary meals may seen like an amenity of the past for passengers flying economy on U.S. carriers, however Delta Air Lines is testing bringing the... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. You will soon be able to order pizza at some Starbucks locations.The coffee giant ... Read More

A Manhattan rooftop bar is offering guests the chance to drink outdoors in the middle of New York City winter—no heavy overcoats necessary.Visitors to... Read More

Elaborate and whimsical holiday windows are a New York City tradition, and now you don't have to brave throngs of gawkers on Fifth Avenue to enjoy them... Read More

With travel and gifts and eating out, the holidays can get expensive quickly.Just how expensive can vary widely depending on where you're spending the... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. The cost of Christmas trees is up this year around the country, mostly due to tree shortages... Read More

New York City is known around the world for its property costs—apartments can cost more than college tuition payments and owning a building is a pipe... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com. Since 1983, the population of New York City has grown from the lower end of 7 million people to current... Read More

Pop star Mariah Carey will headline the annual New York City New Year's Eve Celebration at Times Square, the Associated Press reported. With her... Read More

If you’re more interested in globetrotting than lounging on a single beach for a week, check out the Airfare Spot’s latest around-the-world itinerary... Read More

OpenTable released its 100 Best Restaurants in America list for 2016 on Thursday, a ranking based on more than 10 million restaurants... Read More

If you're looking for a bowl of ramen with a side of solitude, head to Ichiran. This restaurant, with locations in Fukuoka, Japan, and Brooklyn's... Read More

After a long day sightseeing around New York City—admiring the famous department store window displays or taking in the magic of the Rockefeller... Read More

Amtrak will be waiving its regular pet fee for passengers traveling with a furry friend between Dec. 9, 2016 and March 31, 2017. Read More

In the basement of St. Paul the Apostle Church, a few blocks west of Columbus Circle in Manhattan, Julie Branam shouts above the music. “I want to see... Read More

The teenager who was arrested two years ago for scaling the World Trade Center building is still dangling from Manhattan skyscrapers.Justin Casquejo,... Read More

The Rockefeller Center tree lighting is a New York City tradition that has been around for over 80 years, bringing both residents and tourists together... Read More

New Year’s Eve may not be a congested travel holiday like Thanksgiving or Christmas, but there are major celebrations worth traveling for across the... Read More

Vintage subway cars from the 1930s to the 1970s will be running on the subway as part of an annual holiday tradition in New York City. The subway cars... Read More

“It’s a Wonderful Life” is a holiday film favorite for many families around the country, and this year marks the film’s 70th Anniversary. To celebrate,... Read More

The delicious absurdity of staying in the Eloise Suite at New York City’s Plaza hotel reached its apotheosis at bedtime on our first night. My daughters... Read More

Despite winning the White House, Donald Trump has been speaking with his advisers about how much time he can spend in New York City during his term,... Read More

This story originally appeared on fwx.com.Like many patrons who have visited McSorley’s Old Ale House before me, I will never forget my first visit to... Read More

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