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Where to Dine Al Fresco in NYC

(June 23, 2017) - It’s hard to beat the beginning of summer in New York City, when the streets and the parks fill with people and the outdoor dining season starts up again. Whether you’re seeking fresh air, the energy of a sidewalk scene, or just looking for some world-class people-watching, these New York favorites will help you take advantage of al fresco city living. (read the story...)

Summer Theatre in NYC: Fests and More

(June 23, 2017) - While Broadway shakes off its residual Tony Night stardust, I suggest adding to your wish list of Dear Evan Hansen, Groundhog Day, and Miss Saigon some of Off-Broadway’s summer plays, musicals, and festivals—performed indoors and out. Imagine: shows poised to take on Broadway in a year or two...stars keeping it real in the classics…parodies with wild ride guarantees…thought-provoking…unorthodox…and sometimes free! (read the story...)

Big Savings: Coupons and Discounts in NYC

(June 23, 2017) - The best coupons and savings for sightseeing, attractions, museums, retail stores, transportation and more in NYC. Updated May, 2017. (read the story...)

NYC’s Best Iced Coffee Drinks

(June 23, 2017) - Don't let hot summer weather get you off your coffee game. New York City has all kinds of great ways to refresh and recharge with amazing iced coffee drinks. From Italian and Spanish influences to the latest in nitro trends, read on for our picks for the best iced coffee experiences in NYC. (read the story...)

National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey Coming to Times Square This Fall!

(June 22, 2017) - New York is getting ready for it's newest attraction: “National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey” is coming to Times Square in October! This breathtaking experience will give visitors the chance to explore the ocean like they never could before thanks to state-of-the-art technology and a brilliant and dedicated team of designers. Short of a submarine, you'll be hard pressed to find a better way to experience life as it's lived under the sea. (read the story...)

Brazil Brazil: Authentic Brazilian on Restaurant Row

(June 21, 2017) - Looking for some authentic Brazilian flavors in the heart of Manhattan? Brazil Brazil, a favorite on Restaurant Row near Times Square, is your spot. Filled with live music, a cozy vibe, and great eats, you’ll find a special dining experience here no matter the occasion. (read the story...)

This Week in NYC (6/21-6/28)

(June 21, 2017) - (6/21-6/28) Looking for what to do in New York? We've got the latest on all the goings-on in NYC, from concerts to museum exhibitions to comedy to the best in city sightseeing. Read on for our picks for the best of this week in New York City. (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC Wednesday, June 21-Wednesday, June 28

(June 21, 2017) - Looking for what to do in New York? We've got the latest on all the goings-on in NYC, from concerts to museum exhibitions to comedy to the best in city sightseeing. This week celebrate Pride with a wide selection of festivities! Plus, there's a new exhibition on JFK at the New-York Historical Society, the NYC Craft Beer Expo moves to Metropolitan Pavilion, there's a Midsummer Night Festival, concerts, and more! (read the story...)

A Magical Miniature World in Times Square: Gulliver's Gate Video

(June 21, 2017) - Been to Gulliver's Gate yet? New York's new magical, miniature world is waiting. Watch this quick preview video and see if you aren't completely enchanted. (read the story...)

Things to Do on a New York Summer Weekend

(June 21, 2017) - When holiday weekends roll around, many New Yorkers escape urban life, making these ideal times for tourists to take advantage of a cleared-out city. Lots of destinations see less demand on summer weekends, including highly coveted restaurants, tours, and Broadway plays. Here are some ideas for spending holiday weekends or any summer weekend in New York City. (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC in August

(June 21, 2017) - August is a great month to visit New York City. Sure, it's a hot season, but there are great restaurants and museums for cooling off (the subways are air conditioned, too). And with plenty of folks on vacation, you can access great New York festivals and attractions without the major crowds of other times of year. August 2017 you can dine at NYC's best restaurants for a discount with NYC Restaurant Week, take to the outdoors with Lincoln Center Out of Doors, catch the Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn, a Blues BBQ Festival, the 27th Annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival, and much more! (read the story...)

5 NYC Summer Beer Specials You Don't Want to Miss!

(June 21, 2017) - What goes better with a hot summer day than an ice cold beer? Nothing. Beer is great all year round, and New York City loves to have a drink that’s a bit out of the ordinary from time to time. These five establishments know how to serve their beer the right way—and that’s with a little something extra to keep you coming back. Think: one-time-only events, specials, and seasonal drafts. Check out these summer beer specials in NYC that you won’t want to miss! (read the story...)

Video: The Best 10 Things to Do in NYC This Week

(June 21, 2017) - Looking for the best 10 things to do in NYC this week? Check out City Guide's new video roundup through Wednesday, June 28th and full of the best New York activities. (read the story...)

Top 5 Philly Cheesesteaks in NYC

(June 21, 2017) - Who says you have to be in Philly to enjoy a scrumptious cheesesteak? New York City knows food, and it’s had no problem adopting this iconic sandwich from its neighbor to the south. The next time you’re in search of a piece of heaven to hold in your hand—maybe with the help of a handful of napkins—try curbing that craving with a cheesesteak from one of the restaurants after the jump. (read the story...)

Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive at MoMA

(June 20, 2017) - The Guggenheim Museum was nearly colored pink. And made of marble, no less. That’s one of the takeaways from Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive at The Museum of Modern Art (through October 1st). A rendition of the museum is part of MoMA’s acquisition of Wright's own work products, including 55,000 drawings, 300,000 pages of letters, 125,000 photos, and 2,700 manuscripts, along with models, movies, and other memorabilia in an exhibition timed to coincide with Wright’s 150th birthday. (read the story...)

Win a Trip to the Great American Beer Festival From Heartland Brewery!

(June 20, 2017) - NYC's Heartland Brewery is offering a free trip for two to the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. Enter the contest now! (read the story...)

106.7 LITE FM Brings Free Broadway Back to Bryant Park for Summer

(June 20, 2017) - The best performers and biggest shows from NYC's Broadway and Off-Broadway theaters will be returning for free lunchtime performances at Bryant Park throughout July and August. (read the story...)

Sunday Funday: The Best Sunday Drink Specials in NYC

(June 20, 2017) - Sundays in New York may not have the traffic of Fridays and Saturdays, which makes it all the easier to go out and have fun. Don’t believe us? Head to one of these five bars on any given Sunday and see for yourself. From $4 shots to half-price Bloody Marys, these Sunday hot spots will keep your weekend’s end just as entertaining as its beginning. (read the story...)

NYC’s Best Sangria

(June 19, 2017) - Ah, sangria. The grown-up version of the fruity and refreshing punch you couldn’t get enough of as a kid. Of Spanish origin, sangria comes in many different colors and flavors depending on who’s making it. From red wine to flavored rum, if you can dream it, you can find it somewhere in New York City. Not to mention, it’s jam-packed with fresh fruit. You’ll basically be fulfilling your vitamin C requirement for the day with every glass you drink, and if not, at least it tastes great! Keep a look out for these five New York establishments for all of your fruit and sangria needs. (read the story...)

The Sounds of Silence: Say 'Om' at the Rubin Museum of Art

(June 19, 2017) - Longing for peace both inner and outer as a break from the noisy delights of New York City? Say om and transport yourself to the just-opened World is Sound exhibit at the Rubin Museum of Art. The program extends throughout every corner of the beautiful museum space—even the ladies’ room is imbued with sound—and the entire experience is calm and relaxing while also being stimulating. (read the story...)

Summer Fashion Best Bets in NYC

(June 16, 2017) - The sun is finally out; it’s safe to say that summer has finally arrived. Besides unearthing sandals and floaty day dresses from the closet, it’s a good time for a further wardrobe refresh. The latest crop of ready-to-wear and accessories (literally) speaks for itself. From handbags to home furnishings, there’s a sartorial way to inject wit into your seasonal wear. Consider this the stylish way to say 'hello' to the new season. (read the story...)

NYC's Best Salsa Clubs for Dancing the Night Away

(June 16, 2017) - If there’s one type of music and dance that can get even those with two left feet up and moving, it’s got to be salsa. A festive and upbeat style of dance, salsa brings a lively Latin culture with it wherever it goes. The Museum of the City of New York is hosting an exhibit through November 26 called Rhythm & Power, which celebrates the history of salsa in New York, a key location in the dance form's evolution. Check out this collection, or stop by one of these amazing New York City salsa clubs to experience it for yourself! (read the story...)

Celebrating 4th of July 2017 in NYC

(June 14, 2017) - In 2017 the 4th of July falls on a Tuesday and the nation’s largest patriotic pyrotechnic display will illuminate the NYC night sky once more. The main event is of course the Macy’s 4th of July free fireworks show, which celebrates its 41st anniversary this year. (read the story...)

Tony Awards: The Aftermath Commences (The Latest Closings and Extended Runs)

(June 14, 2017) - Once the Tonys pass, Broadway tongues will get to wagging on closings, extended runs, and all the other fallout from the awards show. An annual inevitability? State of the Arts tradition? Or maybe, a simply worded cliché: let's get this show on the road. Any way you tweet it, it happens as a direct result of the Tony Awards. (read the story...)

Up Close: See Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel in NYC!

(June 14, 2017) - When was the last time you got to experience a masterpiece of world culture within easy reach of a subway ride? For just one month this summer in NYC, Westfield Corporation will be presenting “Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel,” an incredible exhibit that will give guests the chance to experience this Renaissance legend as only its creator has seen it. The exhibit will be at The Oculus in Lower Manhattan all day from June 23 through July 23, though you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Vatican City in the 16th century. (read the story...)


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