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The Best Things to Do in NYC in June

(April 21, 2017) - June is a great month to visit New York City. The museums gear up for the summer with exciting exhibits, and outdoor venues pack their stages with the hottest music festivals and entertainment. The weather is perfect for a cruise to take in NYC's breathtaking skyline. June is also Pride Month, a celebration of the LGBT community, with festive events all around the city. Don't forget to show dad some extra love on Father's Day, June 18, 2017. (read the story...)

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

(April 19, 2017) - Looking for the best 10 things to do in NYC this week? Check out City Guide's new video roundup through Tuesday, April 25th and full of the best New York activities. (read the story...)

This Week in NYC (4/18-4/25)

(April 19, 2017) - (4/18-4/25) 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...)

New York's Biggest Block Party: The 2017 Museum Mile Festival

(April 10, 2017) - The 2017 Museum Mile Festival will take place on Tuesday, June 13, from 6pm-9pm. Enjoy free admission to nine world-class museums along Fifth Avenue. (read the story...)

The Best Things to Do in NYC in May

(March 27, 2017) - They say April showers bring May flowers, which makes the merry month of May a terrific time to be in New York City. Read on for the best things to do in NYC in May. (read the story...)

Hall of Fumes: Rotten Sneaker Contest at Ripley’s Times Square

(March 22, 2017) - Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square is hosting the 42nd annual Odor-Eaters National Rotten Sneaker Contest on Tuesday, March 28th, at 10am. Seven youthful contestants will be bringing the sweat smell of success from across America, with Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, New Mexico, and Vermont in the mix. The reward—beyond glory—is a generous New York prize package. (read the story...)

Explore New York on Sacred Sites Open House Weekend

(March 22, 2017) - New York's diverse houses of worship open their doors to the public for the seventh annual Sacred Sites Open House Weekend, coming up May 20-21, 2017. The Landmarks Conservancy hosts this free event, which celebrates art, architecture, and history. This year's theme, Stained Glass: Windows on this World and the Next, highlights works of American stained glass masters including John LaFarge, Henry Sharp, and Louis Comfort Tiffany, as well as prominent European artists and studios. (read the story...)

The Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in NYC

(March 07, 2017) - New York's Irish population may be 13%, but come St. Patrick's Day it feels like the entire city is Irish. In the days leading up to and just after March 17th you can find Irish culture across New York. The city’s main event is the St. Patrick's Day Parade, which heads up Fifth Avenue from 44th to 86th Street. (read the story...)

The Best Things to Do in NYC in April

(February 24, 2017) - April is brimming with culture in NYC. The New York Botanical Garden features both its popular annual Orchid Show and a beautiful bew exhibit featuring the work of glass master Dale Chihuly. The Auto Show returns to Javits, the Tribeca Film Festival gets underway, Georgia O'Keeffe is at the Brooklyn Museum, and you can explore a jewelry show at the Museum of Arts and Design. Plus, catch Sutton Foster at Alice Tully Hall, a Harry Potter concert at Radio City, Seinfeld at the Beacon, and much more! (read the story...)

Patsy's Hosts a St. Joseph’s Day Feast

(February 24, 2017) - Everyone knows St. Patrick’s in New York, but to celebrate an authentic Italian feast in March head to legendary Patsy’s Italian Restaurant. On Saturday, March 19th, Patsy's will host a St. Joseph’s Day celebration. (read the story...)

The Best Things to Do in NYC in March

(February 07, 2017) - March in New York is usually a rainy month, but fortunately the city offers nearly endless opportunities to explore indoors. From museums to galleries to dining and nightlife, the onset of spring is a great time to be in New York City. On March 17th everyone is Irish for a day, with the city's taps pouring green beer and the St. Patrick's Day Parade filling Fifth Avenue for the oldest and largest parade of its kind in the world. For the best things to do in NYC in March, check out our complete guide. (read the story...)

NYC's Winter Museum Must-Sees

(February 03, 2017) - When it comes to culture, New York is hard to beat. From art to history to literature, the city’s institutions are packed with exhibits that gather together the treasures of the world. Check out these intriguing shows coming up for winter, 2017. (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC in February

(February 03, 2017) - February in New York may be sunk in winter, but the city is as vibrant as ever, with theater, culture, dining, and nightlife scenes all going full-bore. Shoppers can take advantage of some great sales over President's Week, and lovers can mark the 14th in red for Valentine's Day. We've also got Mardi Gras and Chinese New Year celebrations, Restaurant Week, Broadway Week, and Fashion Week. For the best of New York in February, read on for our complete guide. (read the story...)

The Best Trump Sights to See in NYC

(January 25, 2017) - Now that Donald Trump has officially been sworn in as America’s 45th President, it’s time to take a look back at his roots. President Trump has always called New York City home, and from his childhood home to his current gilded digs in the Trump Tower, there's plenty for a tourist to see. Read on for our picks for the best of Trump tourism in NYC. (read the story...)

Here It Is: Contemporary Italian at NYC's Obicà

(January 24, 2017) - In Neapolitan dialect, the word “obicà” translates as “here it is,” and if you’re looking for some of the freshest and most authentic Italian in New York City, point yourself to Obicà Mozzarella Bar Pizza e Cucina, where you’ll find it served right before your eyes. (read the story...)

2017 Kids Week at The Intrepid

(January 24, 2017) - Attention, aspiring naval officers and scientists! The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will host its annual Kids Week from Monday, February 20 through Saturday, February 25. Kids on winter break will have the opportunity to participate in dozens of fun-filled activities and hands-on workshops, while also enjoying live shows and special guest appearances. (read the story...)

Looking Good and Feeling Good in the New Year!

(January 23, 2017) - The new year is upon us and New York has some great options for both looking good and feeling good. From world-class massage to a stylish new pair of glasses to the Official Dentist of Miss Universe, check out our picks for the best ways to spoil yourself in 2017. (read the story...)

Love in Times Square: NYC Valentine's Day 2017

(January 20, 2017) - Look to the heart of New York—Times Square—to celebrate Valentine’s Day 2017. The Times Square Alliance will be hosting romance at the Crossroads of the World. Love will be in the air at a mass vow renewal ceremony on the iconic Red Steps in Times Square on Tuesday, February 14th, at 6pm. (read the story...)

The Best of Restaurant Week NYC 2017

(January 10, 2017) - It may be the depth of mid-winter in New York, but you’ll find plenty of possibilities for warmth during 2017 Restaurant Week. A hefty 378 spots participate, rolling out a very affordable red carpet with three-course specials for both lunch and dinner. The cost is a fraction of what you might find other weeks—$29 for lunch and $42 for dinner (not including tax and tip). We've got the best of New York's 2017 winter Restaurant Week, but don't wait too long: the specials start on Monday, January 23rd, and end Sunday, February 5th. (read the story...)

Warm Up with Winter Fun in NYC

(January 06, 2017) - Don’t let the cold and snow throw you: January is a great time to be in New York. The city’s wealth of indoor attractions makes it easy to entertain and educate the whole family, with the added bonus of not having to deal with the crowds of warmer seasons. (read the story...)

Tio Pepe: Very Tasty Shades of Spain in Greenwich Village

(January 04, 2017) - Tio Pepe has prospered since 1970, and considering this Greenwich Village hot spot is right in the middle of one of the most competitive restaurant neighborhoods in the world, it must be doing something right. It is, in fact, doing many things right. (read the story...)

Celebrating the Season: Private Party Spaces in NYC

(December 13, 2016) - New York restaurants are notoriously short on space, but we've gathered up some great exceptions for holiday and special occasion dining in a private party group space as only New York can do it. (read the story...)

New Year's Eve in NYC: Where to Celebrate

(December 12, 2016) - New Year's Eve NYC 2016-2017: the clock will strike midnight, the ball will drop, kisses will be exchanged, and the promise of a new year will light up the night sky. We've got the best in cruises, comedy, dinners, and of course a few champagne toasts so you'll be in exactly the right place when the clock strikes 2017. (read the story...)

Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes™

(December 12, 2016) - The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is back for 2016, with high-kicking Rockettes welcoming in the season as they have since 1933. (read the story...)

Complete 2016 NYC Holiday Gift Guide

(December 09, 2016) - New York City is the shopping capital of the world—and there’s no better place to be when you need to cross names off of your holiday gift list. Here’s a sampling of some great gift ideas from a variety of stores in all corners of the city. Read on for City Guide's complete 2016 holiday gift guide. (read the story...)


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This Week in NYC

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