New York City
Free Things to do in New York City
Visiting New York on a tight budget? Here is a guide to my favorite free things to do in New York City!
100 Years of Patience and Fortitude in NYC
Want to meet "Patience" and "Fortitude" in New York City? These are qualities needed these days in such critical economic times around the world. You can meet "Patience" and "Fortitude" outside the sweeping staircase entrance of the Main Branch of the New York City Public Library.
A History of the Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous landmarks in the United States. Towering over New York Harbor, it stands as a symbol for peace and freedom, and it bears an impressive and glorious history.
A Tree Grew in Brooklyn
The Tree-of-Heaven, an imposing and majestic shade tree seen all of New York City is both a sentimental touchstone and a neighborhood scourge. Find out why this symbol of perseverance has become the symbol for an environmental pest.
Four Seasons Hotel, New York
The Four Seasons Hotels symbolize luxury lodging, and the I. M. Pei designed Four Seasons New York is no exception. Come along for a vicarious visit as I take advantage of a Friends and Family Discount offer to stay in this art-deco inspired masterpiece.
Free Activities in Central Park
You can stay busy for days trying all the free activities in Central Park. Here are some of my favorite free things to do in Central Park, New York City's most popular outdoor attraction!
Free Museum Admission, NYC
Did you know that many New York City museums offer free museum admission on certain days throughout the year? Here's your guide to free museum admission and "pay what you wish" museum programs that will allow you to enjoy art, history, and nature for a price that's easy on every wallet!
How to Eat the NEW New York City Street Food
Everyone knows that you can get a hot dog on almost any busy intersection in midtown Manhattan, but did you know that there is a growing New York City cuisine of original and "artisanal" street food based on traditional snacks from all over the world?
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Thinking about making your way into New York City to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade? If so, here's the inside scoop on when to get there, where to stand, and what to look for.
More Tasty NYC Street Food
Here's more New York City Street Food in Part Two of my article on what's good on the streets and how to eat it. There is no ranking here, just a compilation of tasty eats on the streets! For Part One of How to Eat the NEW New York City Street Food click on the link at the bottom of this article.
New Year's Eve in Times Square, NYC
New Year's Eve in Times Square. If you haven't been there in person, you've surely seen it on television. If you're thinking of making the trek to the Big Apple to celebrate with the masses, here are some tips to ring in a happy new year with one million new friends.
New York City Antiques Week
Manhattan is known for revving itself up in a Big Way for self-promotion to attract tourists and business. The annual New York Antiques Week is one of those large-scale week-long events.
Places To Say "I DO" in New York City
Is New York the destination for your wedding? There are many options where you can have a wedding in the city, here are a few suggestions that you may not have thought of.
Sell Your Treasures at a New York Auction
Have a family heirloom that you think might command a hefty price at auction? This article will explore the myths and facts of selling at a New York City auction house and help you break through the mysterious aura that surrounds the fast-paced New York City Auction world. Read on and soon you'll
The New York Museum of Modern Art - The MOMA
The Museum of Modern Art, or the MOMA, is one of the most exciting and vibrant collections of art in New York City. Don't assume that you won't like the MOMA just because you don't like modern art... their collection includes something for everyone!
The Red and the Black Comes To The Stage
a review of play The Red and the Black
The Statue of Liberty Poem
What is the story behind the famous poem inscribed on the Statue of Liberty? Who wrote the poem on the Statue of Liberty, and what does it say?
Weeksville - An Atlantis Rises in Brooklyn
Weeksville, a pre-Civil War, "free and intentional 19th Century African American community in Brooklyn, New York is rising like the City of Atlantis nearly 200 years after its founding.
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