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Museums to Visit in New York City

(December 28, 2014) - New York City is home to many world renowned museums, offering you more than 100 cultural institutions. Whether the family wants to explore nature and outer space, or you and a date want to see Monet paintings, you'll find something for everyone. (read the story...)

Tips for Planning a Group Trip to New York City

(December 27, 2014) - If you’re thinking of putting together a group of family, friends, or students to visit, here are some recommendations on how to make a group tour easier! (read the story...)

Best of 42nd Street

(December 23, 2014) - New York City has many famous streets: Broadway, of course, which runs the full length of Manhattan and into the Bronx; Madison Avenue, synonymous with advertising; Fifth Avenue, home to high-end shopping and the Empire State Building; and on and on. Perhaps the most legendary is 42nd Street, the eastern terminus of the first road across the United States and home to the southern edge of Times Square and the Theatre District, the United Nations (at First Avenue), the Chrysler Building (at Lexington Avenue), and Grand Central Terminal (at Park Avenue). In fact, you could spend an entire day in the city without stepping off of it; here are some of the great places you’ll find along the thoroughfare made famous by the Tony Award-winning musical of the same name. (read the story...)

What to Do During the Holidays in NYC

(December 22, 2014) - The winter holiday season in New York City is unparalleled. We’ve included here some must sees during your visit that are sure to create wonderful memories, including Rockefeller Center, annual traditions, holiday markets, parades, and more. (read the story...)

Visiting New York City Museums on a Budget

(December 17, 2014) - Some NYC museums always offer free admission. Some have certain times when you can get in for free. Others have suggested donations; read: pay what you wish/can. (read the story...)

NYC Transportation: Getting Around New York City

(October 01, 2014) - New York City is truly the city that never sleeps, with hundreds of flights arriving every day. Figuring out time in commuting, fares, tips and train routes on the spot in a new city can be overwhelming for the mind, as well as the pocketbook. Read on to get some basic information on time and cost getting around NYC — ahead of time. (read the story...)

NYC Annual Events

(September 29, 2014) - Yearly events taking place in New York City, regularly updated. (read the story...)

A History of New York City Skyscrapers

(August 12, 2014) - Many are drawn to the beautiful skyline of New York City, in all its spired brilliance and Art Deco style. But the sheer beauty of the buildings often belie their interesting -- and complicated -- origins. (read the story...)

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This Week in New York City

(6/12-6/19) Looking for what to do in New York? We've got the latest on all the goings-on in NYC this week, 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. click here

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