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Friday 22 Apr, 2016

10 Beautiful Midtown Landmarks Beyond the Empire State Building

From the iconic to the unfamiliar, New York City’s landmarks are a major reason people travel the world to see the Big Apple. And while many people associate Midtown with characterless office blocks, the neighborhood has dozens of architectural landmarks. Here are our Midtown...

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Friday 15 Apr, 2016

The Greatest Times Square Film Scenes

The Tribeca Film Festival is back, screening new films from up-and-coming directors as well established movie makers. The annual festival, a staple in the New York City cultural calendar, has become a celebration of all things New York as much as of films. Here,...

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Tuesday 12 Apr, 2016

The Best Breakfast in Midtown

If you’re exploring a city as high energy as New York, you’ll need all the sustenance you can get—no one wants to be in the company of someone who is “hangry.” While staying at Row NYC, start your day off right with some of...

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Sunday 3 Apr, 2016

Which NYC Sightseeing Tour is Right for You?

With five boroughs, 789 bridges and tunnels, and 469 subway stations serving 24 subway lines, New York can be overwhelming to first-time visitors. One popular way to get the lay of the land is with a tour. But again, the options are endless. Take...

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Thursday 24 Mar, 2016

The Perfect Easter Sunday in NYC

March brings warmer temperatures and longer, brighter days. There’s no better time to get outside and explore the city. Here’s how to have the perfect Easter Sunday in New York. Brighten your day with Easter flowers. Lilies, daisies and tulips—all are synonymous with spring in...

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Monday 21 Mar, 2016

The Best March Madness Sports Bars in NYC, Ranked

In recent years, NCAA March Madness has become one of the most popular sporting events in America. This month millions of Americans will fill out brackets, attempting to correctly guess the college basketball team that will ultimately win the 67-game tournament. The excitement is...

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Friday 11 Mar, 2016

A Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in NYC

New York’s past is full of Irish history and tradition—a fifth of arrivals to Ellis Island were from the Emerald Isle—and plenty of New Yorkers continue to honor their Irish heritage. The city has long hosted one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations...

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Friday 26 Feb, 2016

New Year’s Resolutions: Where are they now?

We make New Year’s resolutions time and again. But how often do we keep them? We headed out to 42nd Street to find out what people vowed to accomplish this year, and how they are doing. Max – New York City I was determined...

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Thursday 18 Feb, 2016

True or False: Is this a Real Zoolander Quote?

New York’s favorite male model is back. On February 12, Zoolander 2—the long-awaited sequel to 2001’s Zoolander—hit theaters in Times Square. Before you head out to see it (or even if you already have), take our quiz to test your knowledge of lines by...

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Thursday 11 Feb, 2016

10 Fashion-Forward Music Videos to Get You Ready for NYFW

Before New York Fashion Week 2016 gets underway, we’re taking a look back at the most fashion-crazed music videos of the last 50 years. From Debbie Harry’s Studio 54 days in New York to Solange’s Sapeur style in South Africa, here’s some of our...

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