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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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Chelsea: the official gay neighborhood of New York

Appreciated for its art galleries, modern buildings and the luxurious mall of shops that make up Chelsea Market, Chelsea is considered the official gay neighborhood of New York City. Lately it’s been getting some competition from up-and-coming Hell’s Kitchen, but Chelsea’s gay is here to stay. Chelsea is particularly known for its “Chelsea Boys” […]

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Discover SOHO, New York

Previously a neighborhood of sweatshops and factories, SOHO is now home to artists, multi-millionaires, celebrities and some of the best shopping in NYC.  The area stretches North to South from Houston Street to Canal Street, and East to West from Lafayette/Centre Streets to West Broadway. As the largest and best example of cast […]

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New York Brunch, Downtown

Still downtown after partying all night? How about a proper New York brunch downtown? After all, the cross between breakfast and lunch was invented in this very city! The restaurants below are known for their brunches and stylish scenes, enjoy!

Schiller’s sports a look similar to Keith McNally’s other propertis, Balthazar and Pastis. […]

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Gay NYC: The Neighborhoods

As the city with the largest gay population in the country, gay life is everywhere in New York. Especially in Manhattan and some parts of Brooklyn. To connect to Gay NYC,  read below and take your pick from the city’s gay neighborhoods. It would be a good option for a perfect day to […]

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Harlem, New York: the ever-changing neighborhood

Harlem is a neighborhood in northern Manhattan, bounded by Harlem River to the north, Central Park to the South, Fifth Avenue to the East and Morningside and St. Nicholas Avenues to the West. Known across the world for its jazz clubs and gospel churches, Harlem was originally a Dutch settlement, although Scandinavian, German, […]

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