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Rents In Manhattan

Though still cheaper than Tokyo, rents in Manhattan are the highest in the United States, and getting higher quickly. Many New Yorkers wonder how much longer they can continue to pay such rents – after all, the price of housing is rising much faster than wages are.. Could the answer be smaller apartments like the […]

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The musical On The Town is back on Broadway!

It opened on October 16th 2014 at the Lyric Theater, a perfect romantic musical comedy in a very elegant, stylish and bucolic theater. Broadway World said “You have not seen the real New York until you have seen On the Town. It’s nothing less than the biggest, brightest and brassiest musical to open in years!”

The musical On […]

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Tom’s Restaurant in New York: Dining like Seinfeld

You really don’t need to be a Seinfeld fan to head over to Tom’s Restaurant in Morningside Heights for an all-American breakfast experience. I’d say the buttered pancakes with syrup and bacon is in itself worth the trip… Having said that, dining like Seinfeld at Tom’s Restaurant does add to a devoted Seinfeld fan’s joy […]

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Are New Yorkers friendly or not?

We all have preconceived ideas of New Yorkers, and some people who go to New York for the first time may have some apprehension about the natives’ way of being. But are they as stressed, grumpy and rude as we think? This is the question you will be asked the most during your stay in […]

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The Cost of Living In New York

There are not many tourists who, after even a brief visit to the Big Apple, fail to fall in love with New York and start fantasizing about spending more time there. Who wouldn’t want to see a Broadway show “just because”, enjoy a day strolling nonchalantly in Central Park, or wander the streets of the City that Never […]

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New York Getaways

We can’t imagine anyone anyone getting bored with New York City, but in case you need a break, below are some New York Getaways you can also hit on your trip.

This “rollicking romp through Elizabethan England” is located just 35 miles outside of the city. Complete with 16th Century games, arts and […]

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New York Subway Performers

Yet another example of celebrities turning up everywhere in the city, singer/songwriter, actor and Academy Award-winner Michael Bublé surprised subway riders in early 2013 with an impromptu concert at Lincoln Square’s 66th Street station. Truly impressive, though we think a lot of these subway riders had no idea what was going on. Oh well, […]

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