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Must-See NYC Public Art

Must-See NYC Public Art

New York City is home to many world-renowned artists, specifically Andy Warhol and Keith Haring. The city is also home to many of the most respected museums in the world. New York City also has a wide array of public art that makes it quite unique. Whether it is a...
The Best Museums in NYC

The Best Museums in NYC

New York is a hub of American and global culture that is upheld by various institutions. Museums preserve history and showcase art, specifically art that is pushing boundaries or have had a cultural impact. NYC has a wide array of museums and galleries but some stand...
A Brief Overview of NYC Immigration History

A Brief Overview of NYC Immigration History

New York state alone is full of rich history but New York City has been a hub of history from so many different cultures. In order to enjoy the city today, you must appreciate and respect the history that allows it to be the way it is today.  How the city became a...
Planning Your Trip to NYC

Planning Your Trip to NYC

Many who do not live in New York City romanticize the idea of a small vacation to the city but avoid it due to the cost. Trips to New York are actually becoming less expensive. Staycations are becoming a popular trend in NYC, as well. These trips can not put a huge...

NYC In Spring Time: Most Popular Events

With the Spring season in full swing, New York City is already starting to come alive, with milder weather, warm breezes, and noticeably more tour groups. Children are again outside playing, and residents of the city have gathered at beloved parks to engage in sports...

Activities for a Winter Weekend in NYC

Below freezing temperatures in the city don’t provide much motivation for exploring. This past weekend was far too frigid for a cruise to visit Lady Liberty or to take a walk through Central Park, though New Yorkers love both. Yet, as a city that is as adaptable as it...

5 Great Books To Check Out This Winter

Winter in New York City is expected to be cold and snowy, as usual. For many, that means outdoor activities like sleigh rides, ice skating, or building snowmen. While those are not at all bad ideas, sometimes it’s nice to stay inside, in the warmth of your own home,...

New York Sues Charity

“Nothing is more shameful than pocketing millions of dollars donated by good-hearted people who just wanted to help children afflicted with a terminal illness.” These are the words of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose office filed a petition in Kings...

The 4 best Community Gardens in the NY

Anyone living within New York City can join a garden. There are over 600 gardens across the five boroughs, here are Avraham Glattman’s top 4! 1. The Convent Garden The Convent Garden is located at St. Nicholas Avenue and West 151st Street in Harlem...

Rooftop Summers in New York City!

Alma Alma is a stylish Mexican restaurant in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The menu includes a range of chilaquiles and tacos paired with spicy guacamole. The rooftop is open all summer providing a lovely view of the Brooklyn piers and Manhattan skyline. Berry Park A...

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