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Shop NYC: Flea Markets, Art, and Athletics

(March 03, 2009) - Well, it’s that time of year again. Winter’s almost over and spring is right around the corner, and whether you’re shopping for yourself or gifts, New York City has stores that provide the apparel, electronics, home supplies and apparel you’ll need. From flea marketing to gallery browsing, to picking up sportswear essential, we’ve got shopping must dos. (read the story...)


(March 03, 2009) - NYC & Company, New York City’s marketing, tourism and partnership organization, announced that NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2009 will extend through Friday, March 20. The promotion will continue at more than 130 participating restaurants, some including Sundays. (read the story...)


(March 03, 2009) - NYC & Company, the City’s marketing, tourism and partnership organization, today announced the extension of several of its winter deals. NYC Restaurant Week, NYC Deal-O-Matic and the Signature Collection Third Night promotion have all been extended in an effort to entice visitors and residents to take in all that New York City has to offer during the month of March. (read the story...)

Wales Week NYC 2009

(February 26, 2009) - Wales Week USA is an annual event that takes place around March 1 – St. David’s Day. Wales Week is co-ordinated by the Welsh Assembly Government in New York in partnership with a wide variety of organisations, artists, writers and performers in both Wales and the USA. (read the story...)


(February 25, 2009) - Traveling to the airport, waiting on security lines, and airport delays all ad to the stress of travel. Traveling is exciting but it is also exhausting! Before you leave your home, or when you arrive in a New York Airport do what the New Yorker’s do, Call Carmel Car & Limousine service for “The Best Ride In Town” (read the story...)

The New Yankee Stadium: New York City's Newest Gem

(February 25, 2009) - For more than eight decades, the current Yankee Stadium (“Yankee Stadium”) has been the primary showcase for the New York Yankees (the “Yankees”) and an enduring icon as the pinnacle of professional sports. (read the story...)

81 Restaurant

(February 17, 2009) - With so many restaurants to choose from, finding a unique dining experience can sometimes be a challenge in New York City. At 81, Chef/Owner Ed Brown has created a remarkable New American menu. (read the story...)

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Hits a High Note

(January 27, 2009) - In November, when the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame opened its Annex in the heart of SoHo, rock and roll found a home in New York City, and the city’s love of music hit a high note. Just like its Cleveland counterpart, New York City’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex focuses on the greatest moments in rock history, and will resonate with everyone who loves music. (read the story...)

While in NYC, Visit Babeland

(January 13, 2009) - Babeland is a sex-positive company selling high-quality sex toys, DVDs and erotica. Its mission is to promote & celebrate sexual vitality in a comfortable environment for women, men and couples of all orientations. With four upscale boutiques in New York and Seattle and a thriving website, Babeland is recognized around the world as a friendly place to shop for sex toys and accessories. (read the story...)

NYC Nightlife: Home and Guesthouse

(January 13, 2009) - Fraternal-twin nightspots Home & Guest House—known for their social scene (i.e., “beautiful people”) and difficult-to-pass velvet ropes (so dress to the nines)—both feature a sexy atmosphere and similarly rich decor featuring comfort and style. (read the story...)

Visit Downtown’s Best Tours and Attractions

(January 06, 2009) - Downtown New York City is one of the most historic and intriguing neighborhoods in the United States. It has long been the heart of the financial industry and home to Wall Street; in recent years, Downtown has also emerged as an around-the-clock community for working, living, and entertaining, an elegant residential neighborhood, a home to world-class cultural institutions, and a center for music, dance, and visual arts events. (read the story...)

Digital City: NYC’s Top Electronics. Plus Pens & More

(December 29, 2008) - Whether you’re shopping for gifts or necessities, New York City can satisfy all of your shopping needs. We have clothing, accessories, sportswear, and gifts for yourself or anyone you want to surprise when you get home. (read the story...)

New Year’s Eve 2009

(December 22, 2008) - On December 31st, 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. New Year’s is not only a time to reflect on all that has happened and set goals for the future, but also a time to celebrate. New York City provides many merrymaking opportunities that night, but events are subject to change, so call ahead! (read the story...)

Comedy Crawl

(December 03, 2008) - New York City is nothing to laugh at, but there are plenty of laughs to be had at the many comedy clubs in the city. From Midtown to Downtown we’ve picked the best comedy clubs to visit during your visit to NYC. And if comedy’s not all you’re looking for, we’ve picked some excellent bars to stop at along the way. (read the story...)

NewsFlash: Free admission for kids for Disney’s Broadway shows

(November 25, 2008) - Disney Theatrical Productions today announced a one-of-a-kind limited ticket offer for its three shows currently running on Broadway: THE LION KING, THE LITTLE MERMAID and Mary Poppins. (read the story...)

From Infants to Teens, Toys “R” Us Has Holiday Gift-Giving Covered

(November 24, 2008) - For the last seven years, Toys “R” Us has been a fixture in Times Square, the crossroads of the world. From the outside, the store looks a lot like it did when it first opened, but one must travel inside to see all of the fun new things going on at The World’s Greatest Kid Store™! (read the story...)

Meet, James Bond. Madame Tussaud's Newest Wax Figure

(November 21, 2008) - Guests at Madame Tussauds New York and Madame Tussauds Las Vegas had the chance to get up close and personal with the world’s most famous secret agent, 007, as the attractions unveiled wax figures of Daniel Craig as James Bond today. (read the story...)

Holiday Parties

(November 21, 2008) - An eclectic menu featuring B.'s interpretations of fine cuisine from around the globe can be found at B. Smith’s. Plan a group event, a holiday party or a family get-together here where they can serve groups from 20 to 200 in size. 320 W. 46th St. btw. Eighth & Ninth Aves., 212-315-1100 (read the story...)

New York City Restaurants: Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

(November 18, 2008) - Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House is a place of glamour, excitement, red meat, and much more. It pulsates with the rhythm and energy of Midtown. Its soaring, two-story-high windows offer a spectacular view of Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, and the parade of pedestrians along Sixth Avenue. Broadway's theaters are just a block or two away. (read the story...)

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: It’s Officially the Holiday Season

(November 18, 2008) - Five…4 …3 …2 …1… Let’s have a parade! It happens each year—to kick off the holiday season—the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and this, the 82nd one, promises to be even more exciting than those of years past. (read the story...)

Toys“R”Us Times Square is Welcoming Its Newest Arrival: Babies“R”Us

(August 29, 2008) - Those visiting New York City with children will surely be pleased about the news that Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us have opened under one roof at their flagship store in Times Square. This event will be celebrated with a weekend-long string of festivities planned to celebrate the new store within The World’s Greatest Kid’s Store!™. (read the story...)

Things to do in NYC: Grandparents Day (Sept. 7)

(August 19, 2008) - In New York City we’ve found many ways for grandparents and their grandchildren to enjoy the day together: From ball games, to walking tours, from county fairs, to museum exhibitions, New York has plenty of ways to spend this fun occasion. (read the story...)

Want to be Olympian Michael Phelps?

(August 12, 2008) - With the Olympic triumph in Beijing of U.S. Olympic team swimmer, and gold-medalist, Michael Phelps, many are becoming more interested in opportunities to practice their aquatic talents. New York City has plenty of clean, well-maintained swimming pools that are perfect for sweltering dog-day afternoons. Here’s our guide to finding the best pools in all five boroughs, many of which have excellent classes. (read the story...)

Olympics in New York City

(August 11, 2008) - Although the Olympics are half a world away, New York City has its own ways of enjoying the Olympics from afar. While you’re in the city make sure to check out these opportunities to enjoy the Olympics in several ways. (read the story...)

What's Happening at Radio City Music Hall

(August 06, 2008) - Radio City Music Hall is “The Showplace of the Nation,” and one of the most famous entertainment venues in the world. (read the story...)

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