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My WeekendNotes - 352
New York's St. Patrick Day parade is considered one of the most popular in the world. The first one was held in 1766 by ... [more]
Berry Gordy has now come full circle after an accomplished music career. Previewing March 12, "Motown: The Musical,"... [more]
In Broadway's first production of Cinderella, the adapation of the Disney story is captivating and gives a nostaglic... [more]
The Museum of Sex is known to push the envelope in terms of exhibitions. However, a must-see one is F*CK ART that in... [more]
08/02/2013 - 17/03/2013
For shoe lovers everywhere, the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) is showing "Shoe Obsession." Thi... [more]
08/02/2013 - 13/04/2013
The exhibition's unique take on the world has many fleeing to the New Museum at 231 Bowery. Mr. Ward collected n... [more]
01/02/2013 - 26/05/2013
For sculptures lovers, the Brooklyn Museum is offering El Anatsui's works till August 4. This is Anatusui's first ap... [more]
08/02/2013 - 04/08/2013
For the ninth year in a row, Wicked has grossed the most money for the Broadway box office. Watch this musical at th... [more]
View the most famous fireworks display in the world on Wednesday, July 4th at 9pm EST. The Macy's Fireworks displays... [more]
As someone looking for the best view of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline, try the Staten Island Ferry. The trip is... [more]
Perhaps one of the most hidden gems of New York City attractions is the Museum of New York. Found in the Upper East ... [more]
Located in the heart of Times Square on 42nd Street, this eclectic and odd museum invites you into its unique and bizarr... [more]
With the kick for going green in the city, it's only natural that a variety of Eco-friendly salons have popped up in the... [more]
A great shave is a great luxury. It also portrays a look to the world that can be rugged, professional, trendy or cl... [more]
Professional spa, massage and reflexology services are important to one's well being and to others, their health. In... [more]
Some of the best men's salons are found in New York City. No matter the race, length of hair, or service needed, New Yor... [more]
Finding a professional hair salon for your African American hair is important. New York houses a variety of top of t... [more]
Finding a reputable spray tanning salon is not a daunting task. New York houses a variety of professional tanning salons... [more]
Many people enjoy making their own crafts, either for their personal enjoyment or to sell as the different street fairs,... [more]
The motto "The City that Never Sleeps" extends to late-night shopping, also. Many retail stores stay open until 10:00pm ... [more]
For some people, walking in a department store or boutique and buying a pair of jeans just doesn't "get it." Either ... [more]
For many people, a ratty pair of shorts and a stretched-out t-shirt is not suitable fitness gear. They want clothes ... [more]
Surprisingly, many people still wear hats. Some wear them only for special occasions, while others do not consider t... [more]
If you enjoy decorating your home, apartment, or even your office in vintage furniture, there are several shops in New Y... [more]
Finding food for cheap in New York City doesn't have to be difficult. Listed below are some of the best food deals in NY... [more]
New York is known for its nightlife, but its large array of taverns is remarkable. For anyone looking for that type of b... [more]
Looking for a cheap, fast place to eat in New York, but don't want to compromise on taste? Have no fear, the list below ... [more]
New York is known for its many successful sports teams. That makes this city a haven for sports lovers. Whether baseball... [more]
While New York has two major league baseball teams, many New Yorkers are diehard Yankees fans. This passion for baseball... [more]
Located in New York City, the Goethe-Institut is a higher learning facility of the Federal Republic of Germany. The ... [more]
The George Gustav Heye Center is located adjacent to Battery Park at One Bowling Green. Admission is free and the mu... [more]
Central Park remains one of the most popular places to wander during good weather. The park offers a variety of acti... [more]
The New York Hall of Science is located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, which is in the Queens borough. The Hall of... [more]
At one time, the borough of Queens was largely farmland. As New York City grew, though, more and more agricultural l... [more]
Right off of Manhattan Island is another Island that has a long and detailed history. That Island is Governors Islan... [more]
Have you ever wondered exactly what the Federal Reserve Bank is? Have you ever wanted to see the place that is frequ... [more]
The Noguchi Museum, located at 9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, NY). The museum houses those s... [more]
If you've ever sat at a circus performance and held your breath as you watched the trapeze artists fly, leap, and so... [more]
You rode the Staten Island Ferry because it's free and because you had heard it's a "must-do" activity when visiting... [more]
Brooklyn is one of the five New York City boroughs. Like the others, this borough has an excitement and diversity al... [more]
You've been in Manhattan for several days now, and you've really enjoyed yourself, but you're ready to branch out a ... [more]
You may have just moved to Manhattan, or you may be in New York City for only a few days (a convention or a stop-ove... [more]
September 11, 2001, brought the sacrifice and courage that firefighters face every day to the attention of the world... [more]
Folk art is described as art that had its origins among the common people (as opposed to the elite, wealthy, royalty... [more]
If you are or were a fan of Sex and the City, the TV series and the two movies, then you know that one of the favori... [more]
A cabaret is a floor show that features singing, dancing, and comedic acts all in the same performance. The word can... [more]
Astoria, Queens is a neighborhood in the borough of Queens, New York City. The neighborhood lies in the northwestern... [more]
West Village was once known as "Little Bohemia" and is still considered the "go-to" place for those who enjoy the bo... [more]
The Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn was and still is considered the "Gold Coast" of Brooklyn. Here you'll find s... [more]
The Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York is one of the fastest-growing regions in New York City. The area... [more]
New York City is home to many different neighborhoods and areas, each with their own history and excitement. One of ... [more]
Bowling is a way to have fun and get exercise at the same time. It's also a good group event, as you want to have at... [more]
A walking tour is the best way to see the majority of the New York City sights. You can get fairly close to the thin... [more]
A "fusion" restaurant means that cuisines from a particular country or region, but different parts of the area, are ... [more]
Vietnamese cuisine has its differences from other types of Asian food. The dishes are actually considered very "ligh... [more]
Malaysian food is somewhat different than other types of Asian food. It has flavors and textures all its own, but it... [more]
If you love spicy Cajun food, but think that the only place you can the "real deal" is in New Orleans (some people p... [more]
You don't have to guess very hard to figure out what the theme of this type of bar is—sports, sports, and more sport... [more]
If the word "brewery" makes you think of a "factory" where huge quantities of beer are made, then you should know th... [more]
Whiskey bars are exactly what they sound like—they sell drinks in which the primary ingredient is whiskey. There may... [more]
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