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Ultimate Guide to Living Large on Your Tax Refund in NYC

Whether you're getting nothing back or thousands, we've got 24 hours of fun that'll make you fall in love with NYC

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Broadway Shows Adding Thursday Matinees

Essential Spring Art Exhibits

View from Top of the Rock

10 Spots in NYC for the Ultimate Skyline Views

The New York City skyline is an emblem of the city, and we've got the low-down on the best spots to see it in all its glory

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NYC Hotels with the Best Views

Rooftop Restaurants with Awe-Inspiring Views

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Best Easter Brunches in NYC

Whether you want the traditional lamb or something more daring, these nine New York City restaurants are serving up serious feasts

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Take an Easter Brunch Cruise

World's Biggest Easter Egg Hunt

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Yankee Stadium (Photo: Jarrett Baker/Getty Images)

Secrets of Yankee Stadium

“Play ball!” Two words that millions of baseball fans across the country eagerly anticipate every spring. The phrase signals the end of winter, while also marking a time of unbridled hope and optimism for teams and their fans. In New Read More

Where Insiders are Eating
Keste pistachio pizza

Pistachio Pizza at Keste

There’s no question: New Yorkers have rigid ideas about what is authentic to the Big Apple. But that doesn’t mean we’re not open to other ideas, especially when it comes to flavors. Just own it, which is exactly what Neapolitan pizzeria Kest does Read More

An ode to the city we love
Don Echloes Conway

Get to Know Don Echoles Conway, who leads the Ray Abrams Big Band

As the leader of the Ray Abrams Big Band, Don Echoles Conway is carrying on a New York City tradition that is more than five decades old. The band, which was started by Hank Dougherty in the Read More

Living in New York»


4 NYC Restaurants Serving Seders and Passover Meals

Dassara's Pop-Up Shabbat diner is April 21 (Photo: Courtesy of Dassara)

Break out the matzoh, for the first days of the Passover holiday are upon us — beginning at sundown tonight, and lasting for eight days, from April 14 to 22. With its dietary restrictions (the prohibition of leavening being the most well-known) Read More »

Take This Class: Foraging with Wildman Steve Brill

Wildman Steve Brill (Photo: Linnea Covington)

Now that spring is here, the parks are alive with children playing, bikes whizzing by, dogs running, and the best part: plants blooming anew. This makes it the perfect time to start exploring the wonders of Central Park, Forest Park in Queens Read More »

On View: Tales from the Civil War Homefront at the New-York Historical Society

Civil War Regimental Banner (Photo:  The New-York Historical Society)

As part of the sesquicentennial commemoration of the Civil War (1861-1865) the New-York Historical Society Read More »

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Buying an NYC Apartment: Location vs. View?

View from The Atelier (Photo: Courtesy of The Atelier)

Location, Location, Location. This is the mantra that every single agent uses in the buying process. And there’s a reason: no matter how bad the real estate market is, when you buy with location in mind, the property will always hold Read More »

Ins and Outs of Renting or Buying with Pets

Pets in apartments (iStockphoto)

New York City is full of pets, all sorts of pets: dogs, cats, rats, big pets, little pets, therapy pets, loud pets, pets so quiet you’d never know they were there … But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find an apartment that allows pets, especially if you have Read More »

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Your Attitude and Opportunities at Work

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I had a call with an executive-level client this week who is generally unhappy with the direction his career is going, despite the fact that he has quite the nice Read More »

3 Tips for Improving Your Appearance Before an Interview

New haircut, new job (Photo: iStockphoto)

I say it over and over again to my clients — at all levels, from analysts to CEOs — your appearance and your looks matter Read More »

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Visiting New York»


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    New York City’s Pod Hotel Revolution: The Glamour of Staying Small

    Capsule or pod hotels may have been invented in Japan, but they’re being perfected in New York City, and it’s easy to see why. For starters, small rooms translate into small prices — rooms are Read More »

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    5 Reasons to See ‘Les Miserables’ on Broadway

    The new 'Les Miserables' on Broadway (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

    Les Miserables, the international megahit based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel of faith and redemption, is back on Broadway Read More »

    On View: Pterosaurs Invade the American Museum of Natural History

    Dawndraco Kanzai, “Kansas Dragon of the Dawn,” one of the most complete large pterosaurs discovered so far. (Photo:  AMNH 2014)

    It is always fun when the American Museum of Natural History debuts a new dinosaur-themed exhibit, and Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of the Dinosaurs Read More »

    How to Get the Most Out of Your Tour with Kids in NYC

    NYC Kids Tours (Photo: Courtesy of NYC Kids Tours)

    The Big Apple is a fantastic city for children — with so much to see and do, this is one place where they’ll have no legitimate reason to say those two dreaded words, “I’m bored.” Of course, one of Read More »

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    Dinner and a Show: Where to Eat Before ‘Rock of Ages’

    John's Pizzeria and 'Rock of Ages' (Photo: Andr Maier)

    You’re going to see Rock of Ages at the Helen Hayes Theater and you need to know where to eat dinner beforehand? No problem! We’ve got just the right pre-theater restaurant for those going to see Broadway’s homage to all things 80s Read More »

    5 Gluten-Free Pastas in NYC To Try Right Now

    Gluten-free shojin ramen at Ippudo (Photo: Courtesy of Ippudo)

    At this point, it’s clear that the gluten-free craze isn’t going away. Whether you have allergies or just want to avoid gluten, nowadays you can get delicious meals that are completely gluten-freeat top restaurants in New York City. Read More »

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    The Brooklyn Bridge

    8 Tours of Brooklyn That Get the Borough Right

    From brewskies to the Bridge, from culture to Coney Island, Brooklyn is one borough that’s got it going on

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    Ultimate Broadway Fan Showdown

    Announcing the Ultimate Broadway Fan Showdown

    Calling all Broadway lovers! Convince us that you’re Broadway’s biggest fan with a creative photo and we’ll reward you with a weekend to remember in NYC

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    10 Things You May Not Know About Me: Justin Guarini of ‘Wicked’

    Before J. Lo, Mariah Carey and Ellen DeGeneres garnered all the attention as judges on American Idol, the name Justin Guarini

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    The Love Room at the Library Hotel (Photo: Courtesy of the Library Hotel)

    6 Best Honeymoon Hotels in New York City

    From an Affair to Remember to Sex and the City, New York City stars as the sexy lead in numerous films and TV shows. In person, the city is as equally alluring, especially when it comes to staging a romance-filled

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    Norma's Zillion Dollar Frittat at Le Parker Meridien in NYC (Photo: Courtesy of Norma's)

    Ultimate 24-Hour Guide to Living Large on Your Tax Refund in NYC

    This spring, it looks like April showers will bring tax refunds. According to the IRS, tax refunds are up this year (by 3 percent) with the average refund tallying $3,034. If you’re one of the lucky “average” ones, here

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