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Where to Shop Local with 'Made in NYC' Businesses

(April 27, 2018) - The organization “Made in NYC” partners with businesses that make and sell their products within the five boroughs of New York City. They prove New York is where industry happens, creating jobs and promoting city culture by keeping operations at home. (read the story...)

The Music of Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Buffett Every Week at Opry City Stage

(April 27, 2018) - The Grand Ole Opry spirit has come to New York City, courtesy of Opry City Stage. The legendary Nashville music venue has opened this satellite location in the heart of Times Square, serving cornbread, fried chicken, beer, and live country music every night of the week. (read the story...)

What Are the Best Rooftop Bars in NYC?

(April 27, 2018) - Wondering what are the best rooftop bars in NYC? We've got a baker's dozen of them, perfect for those times when you want to change your attitude with altitude. Get above ground level and enjoy that next happy hour or nightcap in serious style. (read the story...)

Chinatown Meets the Lower East Side: Where to Eat and Drink Around Secret NYC Nabe "Two Bridges"

(April 25, 2018) - If you’ve ever found yourself on the Manhattan side of Manhattan Bridge, walking around in a daze and wondering “What is this place?”, you’re not alone. You’ve merely stumbled upon one of Manhattan’s last secret neighborhoods! Called Two Bridges, it extends from the east side of Brooklyn Bridge and under the Manhattan Bridge. (read the story...)

Mean Girls, Mean Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do? | Taylor Louderman on Broadway

(April 25, 2018) - When Taylor Louderman makes her entrance as “apex predator” Regina George in Tina Fey’s acclaimed new musical Mean Girls, she arrives in a spectacularly gauzy burst of pink attitude. (read the story...)

Where to Celebrate Pride 2018 in NYC

(April 24, 2018) - Get excited! New York celebrates LGBTQ Pride Week from June 14 to June 24 this summer. (read the story...)

Stage Style as You Like It: Spring 2018 On and Off Broadway

(April 24, 2018) - Primed to check out New York theatre’s spring collection? Then prepare for a mind-blowing convergence of musicals, plays, and big-name players onto that formidable theatrical runway known as Broadway. (read the story...)

Summer Showtime, Bryant Park Picnics, Free Performing Arts Series

(April 24, 2018) - Thanks to Bryant Park Corporation—a private, not-for-profit—there are lots of fun, free, music, dance, and theater events to enjoy all summer long at Bryant Park. The 2018 schedule for the newly renamed free performing arts series, Bryant Park Picnics, will feature live theater, major artists, dance, and weekly picnics on the Lawn. (read the story...)

The Best Seafood in and Around Hell's Kitchen

(April 23, 2018) - The jam-packed neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen has no shortage of nice restaurants where you can hang your hat and enjoy dinner before the 8pm performance of Hello, Dolly! If you’re craving fresh-caught seafood for your meal, some of your best pre-theater options can be found on this list. (read the story...)

Walk This Way: Historic Footwear From the Stuart Weitzman Collection

(April 23, 2018) - For three decades, along with running his eponymous company, Stuart Weitzman and his wife Jane have been collecting vintage footwear. Now, 100 items from their cache are on display in Walk This Way at the New-York Historical Society, supplemented by items and archival items from the museum’s own collection and some contemporary creations by Weitzman and other designers. (read the story...)

What Special Exhibitions Are at the National Museum of the American Indian in NYC?

(April 20, 2018) - Wondering what special exhibitions are at the National Museum of the American Indian in NYC? This lesser-known museum contains an arresting collection of art and artifacts from the native tribes of North, Central, and South Americas, as well as the Caribbean. (read the story...)

Best Mexican Breakfast in NYC

(April 20, 2018) - For those who crave a bit of zest come breakfast, consider the Mexican-inspired breakfast burrito or taco, which definitely up the flavor. Black beans, chorizo, guacamole, and salsa are just a few of the ingredients that make for memorable morning meals. Manhattan has a variety of places from sit-down to takeout, so take your pick for the best of Mexican breakfasts. (read the story...)

Hot Comedy for $5 at Broadway Comedy Club

(April 18, 2018) - Take a break for a laugh or twenty with City Guide's discount coupon for Broadway Comedy Club. (read the story...)

Jonathan Freeman and Aladdin's 'Whole New World' on Broadway

(April 16, 2018) - In Aladdin, there is no doubt about the source of all infamy: Jafar, the sultan’s manipulative vizier scheming for control of the fictional Arabian city of Agrabah. And without question, Jonathan Freeman—who has played Jafar for a quarter century, in Disney’s animated film version and its sequel, television series, and video games—personifies Jafar’s fiendishness. (read the story...)

How to Watch the Met Gala Red Carpet From the Sidelines

(April 13, 2018) - Springtime in New York brings cherry blossoms, mint juleps, the blessed return of patio seating, and—glory be—the Met Gala. The first Monday in May, celebrities, designers, musicians, filmmakers, athletes, and other elite invitees attend the gala to fun the Met Costume Institute and hearken its new exhibition. This hallowed fashion tradition is the biggest red-carpet event in New York all year round. The 2018 exhibit is called Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, and the party is Monday, May 7. If you happen to be in New York that day, get ready to see celebs and their cutting-edge papal dress from the sidelines of the red carpet! See below some simple yet essential tips for seeing fashion’s night out live and in person. (read the story...)

What's Good to Do on a Day in Harlem?

(April 13, 2018) - What's good to do on a day in Harlem? The neighborhood is rich in history and offers so much to see. While the more popular neighborhoods that tourists like to check out aren't as far north in Manhattan don't disregard Harlem. Take the short subway ride uptown for some good soul food and activities that go beyond just the normal tourist spots. (read the story...)

Weekly Family Programs This Spring at the New-York Historical Society

(April 13, 2018) - Bring your family to one of these rich cultural experiences, most of them free with museum admission, this spring at the New-York Historical Society. (read the story...)

What's the Best Gluten-Free Pasta in NYC?

(April 13, 2018) - Wondering what's the best gluten-free pasta in NYC? Luckily, more and more Italian restaurants in the city have stepped up and offer gluten-free versions of spaghetti noodles, penne, rigatoni, and more. Here are our picks for the 8 best! (read the story...)

Historic Lower East Side Synagogues

(April 13, 2018) - Whether you are interested in history, Judaism, architecture, or even none of the above, there is a lot to enjoy at three old synagogues on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the most famous immigrant district in a city renowned for its immigrant history. All three can be visited in a few hours as distances between them are small. (read the story...)

Manhattan Art & Antiques Center: A Collector's Haven

(April 13, 2018) - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center is the largest center of its kind in the country, boasting 100 galleries and three full floors filled with antiques, fine art, decorations, silver, and jewelry. European, Asian, and African art is also on display at this treasure trove of cultural antiquities. (read the story...)

What Are the Oldest Places in New York City?

(April 06, 2018) - What are the oldest establishments in NYC? Everyone in the city is generally in such a hurry to eat at/walk by/gaze at/climb the top of whatever is newest, that we sometimes forget that one of the things that makes the city so great is its history. (read the story...)

Cozy NYC Lounge Hideaways

(April 06, 2018) - As temperatures continue to hover in the lower digits, we’re all focused on keeping warm. There’s no need to stay at home or tucked away at a hotel bar when New York City has so many cozy little hideaways to explore. (read the story...)

Say Aloha to the Best of NYC's Hawaiian Food

(April 06, 2018) - Those who aren’t lucky enough to jet-set off to Hawaii to soak in the sun and catch the island vibe can still enjoy the taste of Hawaii at one of these New York City restaurants. The menus offer traditional Hawaiian fare from taro chips to fresh poke, pork belly, and haupia desserts made from delicious coconut milk. (read the story...)

Experience Exhilarating Family Fun at STOMP in NYC

(April 06, 2018) - Tap your feet, snap, clap, and move with STOMP, a signature New York City show. STOMP is a show made almost entirely with movement and everyday props, and it will have you bobbing your head along with the performers as they make rhythms in fascinating ways, from drumming on inner tubes to tearing newspaper to riding grocery carts to snapping lighters. (read the story...)

Mondo Hufflepuffian News: 'Puffs' Goes From Off-Broadway to the Big Screen!

(April 06, 2018) - For seven years a certain boy wizard went to Wizard School. This, however, is not his story. This is the story of the Puffs…who just happened to be there too. A play for anyone who has never been destined to save the world. (read the story...)


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