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Exploring Drinks and Bites From the Pacific in NYC
May marks Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Home to East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania (which includes Hawaii, Australia, and Polynesia), the unique tastes of the region can be found in New York City. Offerings range from tuna poke and truffle taro chips to Aussie grub, cricket games, and tiki-inspired cocktails on an outdoor terrace. Go explore!
What to Do at the Seaport District This Summer in NYC
The Seaport District, formerly known as South Street Seaport, has been getting some serious upgrades lately. The former shopping center there has been torn down, replaced by rows of shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and an outdoor concert venue.
Where to Find Outdoor Concerts This Summer in NYC
When the weather gets warm, the city spills outside to enjoy every moment of its hard-won good weather. In the next few months, you can take a trip to Coney Island or linger in Central Park to hear musical acts from Cardi B to Dead & Company to Morrissey. Here are some of the best places to listen to live music and boost your vitamin D at the same time in New York City.
Broadway News: Hugh Jackman Is The Music Man, James Corden Hosts the Tonys
Jeremy Jordan to join the cast of Broadway's Waitress; Hugh Jackman to return to Broadway in 2020 starring in The Music Man, and James Corden will helm the 73rd Annual Tony Awards.
Where to Break for Food and Drink During NYC Fashion Week
From February 8 through 16th, it’s Fashion Week in New York City. Editors, buyers, and other fashionistas will be jetting around New York catching runway show after runway show. Between appointments, the stylish NYC restaurants below are ideal spots to dine and unwind with a cocktail. Even if you’re not attending Fashion Week, be sure to visit these glam spots to catch all the fashion buzz.
BroadwayCon 2019—It's A Wrap!
It was with great excitement that I looked forward to my fourth BroadwayCon, organized by Anthony Rapp and Melissa Anelli, in New York City. For the 2019 version of this mammoth undertaking, BroadwayCon returned to their original home, the Midtown Hilton, where in 2016 a massive blizzard had nearly shut down the prepubescent conference.
9 Must-Sees for First-Time New York Visitors
If you’ve never been to the Big Apple before, it can be overwhelming the first time you visit. There is so much to see and do that you need to realize that you certainly won’t see it all in one stay. If you’re wondering which attractions are absolute must-sees for your first time, here is your guide to our picks for the top nine.
The Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Brooklyn
In Brooklyn’s ever-burgeoning culinary scene, renowned chefs are setting up shop in the borough and serving award-winning cuisine. But at these restaurants, don’t expect a posh place where you need to dress up. Expect a Brooklyn facade—a warehouse, a pier, a pizza parlor—with an array of fascinating dishes awaiting you inside.
Why You Should Visit the Rubin Museum of Art
While you’re exploring the galleries in Chelsea, take time to relax at the Rubin Museum of Art, a uniquely meditative look at the art of the Himalayan region. At the Rubin, you’ll walk a spiral staircase to a wondrous six floors of galleries housed in the former site of the department store Barneys.