Things to Do in New York

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Created by musicians, (Le) Poisson Rouge (LPR) on Bleecker Street is a indie venue for music, dance, and theater located just a few blocks south of... Read More

The 52nd Street Project was founded by actor/playwright Willie Reale in 1981 with the aim of improving the lives of the children living in New York City... Read More

The National 9/11 Memorial Museum is located in lower Manhattan on the site of the World Trade Center. Except for the handsome entry pavilion designed... Read More

Members show up regularly for continuing-ed classes or workouts in the 80,000-sq-ft gym, but this is hardly your average community center. The nonprofit... Read More

Entering this six-floor, boho-luxury emporium transports you straight into a gypsy king's lair. The ceiling drips with chandeliers in every imaginable... Read More

Located in a pre-Civil War townhome just off Abingdon Square in the West Village, Abingdon 12 is a shop full of curios collected by owner Paul Caddell ... Read More

Serving what are, arguably, some of New York City’s best bagels, Absolute Bagels is a small, unassuming shop on the city’s famed Upper West... Read More

At this fairy tale of a store, you'll find mobiles hand-stitched from Liberty of London fabrics, bamboo model airplanes made in Vietnam, German Waldorf... Read More

Embark on a Gilded Age expedition here for exhibitions of the region’s history: logging, boating, and handmade furniture. Pick up lunch at the... Read More

Climb trails through the northern peaks of the park or backcountry canoe in the St. Regis wilderness area. Read More

This brightly lit, pink-and-white walled Soho boutique takes its name from the Spanish fashion designer, who started her career in women’s... Read More

Located in the Meatpacking District, Ajna (nee Buddha) Bar serves cocktails, appetizers, entrees, and sushi in an opium den-like setting, complete with... Read More

Specializing in stainless steel household goods, this Italian-based kitchenware company’s flagship U.S. store sits in New York’s Soho... Read More

Founded by dancer and choreographer Alvin Ailey in 1958, this historic modern dance company redefined the genre. Dance lovers can buy tickets to... Read More

Owned by Patti Bordoni and Marco Liotta, Amarcord Vintage Fashion is a chic Nolita boutique selling vintage European clothing from the 1940’s... Read More

Permanent home to New York City’s renowned Roundabout Theatre Company, the 740-seat American Airlines Theatre features an Italian Renaissance... Read More

One of New York City’s most prestigious museums, the American Museum of Natural History encourages visitors to explore and understand the natural world... Read More

A travel agent for more than 30 years, Amy Glass specializes in New York City, Costa Rica, and soft adventure travel (think biking, bird-watching and... Read More

This Japanese-run lounge is a hushed, romantic spot for a cocktail for two—that's because seating is limited, and in traditional style, drinkers ... Read More

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