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Save on National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey with City Guide's Coupon Code

(October 26, 2018) - Go on an immersive adventure beneath the seas, from the South Pacific to the coast of California, with National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey. Take advantage of City Guide's coupon code and you can enjoy it at a discount: $5 off with a copy of City Guide magazine at the box office, or with the code CITY18 online at NatGeoEncounter.com. (read the story...)

Students Attend Spy School for Free at SPYSCAPE

(October 26, 2018) - SPYSCAPE, one of the hottest new attractions in New York City, welcomes students to Spy School! This program, free with the purchase of a regular ticket, will train students in the fine art of espionage using interactive experiences and authentic artifacts from historical spies. Participants at this spy museum in Midtown West will build skills in critical thinking, leadership, creativity, and agility (during the laser-dodging portion, that is!). (read the story...)

Things to Do in New York in December

(October 26, 2018) - The list of things to do in New York in December is long and varied. From perennial favorites like the lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree to the Holiday Train Show at The New York Botanical Garden, it's a magical time of year to be in NYC! (Updated for 2018.) (read the story...)

It's Alive! Frankenstein at 200 | The Morgan Library & Museum

(October 19, 2018) - An enjoyable exhibition at the Morgan Library, “It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200,” pairs the academic and the Gothic; the backstory and the popular interpretations. (read the story...)

From King Kong to Cher: A Star-Studded Fall for New York Theatre

(October 15, 2018) - Original, dynamic, and wildly anticipated, fall 2018 is unleashing its arsenal of new NYC theatre productions backed by some of the biggest names in showbiz. In fact, taking into account Broadway and Off-Broadway’s already proven super shows, this is an autumn so theatrically eclectic that no matter what you crave—from pop-saturated musicals to thought-provoking dramas—it’s yours for the taking in New York. (read the story...)

Jack Sinanaj: New York Steak Master and Empire Builder

(October 12, 2018) - The life of Jack Sinanaj is a stellar tribute to the rewards of hard work. This native of Montenegro (which borders Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania) came to the U.S. in 1991, only twenty years old and speaking barely a word of English. Now, he's got a steak empire that spans from New York to around the world. (read the story...)

How to Win at the Upright Citizens Brigade

(October 12, 2018) - The Upright Citizens Brigade theater is the mecca of improvised comedy in New York. UCB shows run the gamut from improv comedy to scripted sketch performances, and there are shows seven nights a week. (read the story...)

Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy Opens at The Met Breuer

(October 12, 2018) - The exhibit “Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy” at The Met Breuer begins with a look at artists who adhere, more or less, to the straight and narrow--at least in terms of their approach. These artists use their works to focus, for instance, on the shell corporations set up by what was New York’s largest private landlord, to the vast web that drew into it arms dealers, businessmen and politicians. (read the story...)

Why You Should Visit Brooklyn's Art Deco Masterpiece Kings Theatre

(October 12, 2018) - Located in the Flatbush neighborhood of central Brooklyn, Kings Theatre was built to be a “wonder theatre” in 1929. It was modeled on the ornate Palace of Versailles and inspires oohs and aahs immediately when you enter the high-ceilinged lobby. After being shuttered for decades, Kings has made its glorious return, hosting fantastic music, theater, dance, and other performances. (read the story...)

R.H. Quaytman: + x, Chapter 34 Opens at the Guggenheim

(October 12, 2018) - The new exhibition R.H. Quaytman: + x, Chapter 34 at the Guggenheim Museum sees a contemporary artist responding to a historical one. Your trip up the museum’s winding ramp will introduce you to a forgotten historical figure, Hilma af Klint, who pioneered modernist painting, in the exhibition Paintings for the Future. At the top of the rotunda, find R.H. Quaytman’s response to af Klint’s work with a new series of paintings. (read the story...)

What to Expect at New York's New 'DreamWorks Trolls The Experience'

(October 12, 2018) - A world of rainbows, sparkles, and very big hair is coming to New York City as DreamWorks Trolls The Experience arrives in midtown. Sprawled across multiple floors, this interactive adventure will thrill fans of the movie Trolls and pretty much any kid who likes to dress up, bang on things, collect glitter, or dance. (read the story...)

Drinks Plus Activities: Bowling, Manicures, Games, & More in NYC Bars

(October 11, 2018) - If you're a fan of multitasking but also enjoy a drink now and again, check out nine NYC bars that also offer an onsite activity. (read the story...)

Parallel Universe Buddies Show 'James & Jamesy in the Dark' Is a Must-See

(October 11, 2018) - James & Jamesy in the Dark: a no-intermission, 75 minutes show about two guys from a parallel universe, is a must see, now playing at Soho Playhouse. (read the story...)

Drink Pink! New York Cocktails 'n' Bites That Give Back During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

(October 09, 2018) - It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many benevolent New York City spots are uniting to support this important cause. (read the story...)

BarBacon Opens Second Location in Union Square

(October 09, 2018) - Bacon lovers will want to stop for a bite at Union Square's newest welcome addition, BarBacon. It's the restaurant's second location, after their successful 2014 opening in Hell's Kitchen. (read the story...)

Jazz & Journo Spot 'The Sound Bite' Opens in Hell's Kitchen

(October 09, 2018) - The aptly named The Sound Bite, a new restaurant from Emmy-winning news anchor Julian Phillips, has opened in Hell's Kitchen. It marks a fresh space for TV journalists to mingle after broadcasts over drinks, live jazz, and tasty Southern fare. (read the story...)

Mystical Modernism: Hilma af Klint at the Guggenheim Museum NYC

(October 09, 2018) - Discover Hilma af Klint, a woman before her time, at the new Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum exhibit Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, opening October 12. (read the story...)

Enjoy a Day of Pampering in the Catskills-Emerson Resort & Spa

(October 05, 2018) - If you have never been to the Catskill Mountains, there are two words to describe the scenery: breathtaking and majestic. Nestled in the midst of this natural beauty, is Emerson Resort & Spa. (read the story...)

New York's 10 Best Food Carts

(October 05, 2018) - If you’ve lived here long enough, a food cart on the sidewalk poses little more than a barrier for your power-walk down 6th Avenue. Read on for Middle Eastern, Indian, and Trinidadian dishes and the carts they call home. (read the story...)

Celebrate Architecture at Open House New York Weekend

(October 05, 2018) - To see special spaces that make New York the fascinating place it is, join the 16th annual Open House New York (OHNY) Weekend. This year’s celebration of architecture and urban design takes place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 12-14, 2018. (read the story...)

Wingardium Leviosa! Harry Potter: A History of Magic Opens

(October 05, 2018) - What with Broadway’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the Off-Broadway parody Puffs, the November opening of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and now Harry Potter: A History of Magic, the much-anticipated exhibit at the New-York Historical Society that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the U.S. publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, anyone who's wild about Harry has no shortage of options. (read the story...)

Best of Tourism & Hospitality in NYC: The 2018 Concierge Choice Awards

(October 02, 2018) - In a major annual event for New York tourism, Davler Media honored the 2018 winners for the Concierge Choice Awards at a gala ceremony on October 1st at Tribeca Rooftop. City Guide, New York City’s tourism magazine and digital media company, hosted the New York hospitality industry’s most prestigious awards gala. (read the story...)

Lobster and Steak Special at Morton's The Steakhouse

(October 01, 2018) - Famous for USDA prime-aged beef, fresh seafood, fine wine, and elegant desserts, Morton’s is the ideal place for a memorable dinner. Right now you can enjoy the experience with a great deal on surf and turf. Now through December 30, 2017, get a succulent steak and lobster tail served with drawn butter for only $56. (read the story...)

8 Unique Pizza Toppings You Can Try Only in NYC

(October 01, 2018) - Unique topping options are one reason New York is famous for its pizza. From sushi to chocolate to pasta, the city's pizzerias have creative ideas for memorable pies. (read the story...)

Where to Find Late-Night Eats on the Lower East Side

(September 28, 2018) - Any night of clubbing or bar-hopping will probably include a spell of ravenous hunger. In the Lower East Side, where the nightlife stays active even on weekdays, many kitchens are sympathetic to the partier’s plight, providing food into the wee hours. Stop by a classic deli, a pie shop, or a place with pizza in a cone for filling food to keep you going strong all night long. (read the story...)


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