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Here’s to the Sizzlin’ Summer: July’s Monthly Guide

Article originally posted on www.spoilednyc.com  by Richard Nahm on July 2, 2018 What’s goin’ on everyone? Happy July! Now, why is it happy? Well, for starters, some of you are officially off…

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Landlocked Madrid Is Getting a Beach in the Middle of the City

Originally posted on www.cntraveler.com by Katherine Lagrave on June 22, 2018 Don’t let the regrettable name “MadBeach” distract you from the important news: Madrid is getting a beach. Earlier this week, Mayor Manuela…

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Seven Things to do in NYC tomorrow!

You’ve been working hard all week, so let loose and try our awesome recommendations for the best things to do in NYC this Thursday, June 21. There are amazing movies,…

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The best picnic spots in NYC

Photograph: Courtesy Bryant Park Corporation Article orignially posted on www.timeout.com By Tolly Wright and Kenny Herzog One of the best things to do in summer is pack a picnic basket and partake…

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Five Things You Have to do in May

Originally published on 03/26/2018 via www.thrillist.com By Eliza Dumais BROWSE THE WHITNEY FOR FREE FRIDAY, MAY 11 MEATPACKING DISTRICT If you’ve been meaning to check out the Grant Wood exhibition at the Whitney for weeks,…

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A Free Art and Concert Series is Coming to Hudson Yards Next Month

Article originally posted on www.timeout.com By Jennifer Picht Posted: Tuesday April 24 2018 Hudson Yards continues to transform before our eyes with an ever-growing list of new sites, such as Vessel,…

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The best places to see cherry blossoms in NYC

Article originally posted on www.timeout.com By Jennifer Picht and Rebecca Fontana Gorgeous cherry blossoms in NYC are making an appearance early this year, and we’re so ready! Since the Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom…

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Steel Begins Extruding For 30 Hudson Yards’ Sky-High Observation Deck

Hudson Yards Observation Deck, rendering courtesy of Related and Oxford Article originally posted on BY: ANDREW NELSON 8:00 AM ON APRIL 11, 2018 A new milestone has been reached for New York’s largest…

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The Top 10 Secrets of the Queens Museum in NYC’s Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Image via Wikimedia: Leo Chiou The Panorama of the City of New York, the 9,335-square-foot built-to-scale model of New York City, has long served as the Queens Museum’s “jewel in the…

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Architecture News | Chasing New York City Waterfalls

Article originally posted on Townrealestate.com MARCH 18, 2018 New York City may be the concrete jungle, but that doesn’t mean there are not plenty of opportunities to plan an urban…