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Labor Day Weekend in NYC

New York City has a long and storied history associated with Labor Day. As a holiday, it is a time to celebrate and honor the journey of the American…

Memorial Day Weekend in NYC

Even though summer doesn’t officially hit for another month, Memorial Day Weekend feels like the real start of summer in the city. The beaches re-open, parks are filled…

Top Lesser-Known Sights to Visit in Queens & Brooklyn

Continuing the journey into the unknown of New York, you cannot possibly exclude Queens and Brooklyn. Two of New York’s most vibrant boroughs, and the two largest in…

Top 6 Rules For Riding the NYC Subway in the “Summer of Hell”

With the “Summer of Hell” upon us, the NYC Subway system is more daunting than ever. That’s why it’s important to know these important rules. Especially if your…

5 Ways to Celebrate July 4th in NYC

1. Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular Find your way to the nearest rooftop for a good view of the fireworks as they explode over the East River. Best…

Leaving LaGuardia: NYC Guide

Of the three major NYC airports (the other two being JFK and Newark), LaGuardia Airport is the closest to midtown Manhattan. It was named after New York City’s charismatic…

How to Buy and Choose Your MetroCard: NYC Guide

Where To Buy Your MetroCard You can buy tickets at most subway stops, which have vending machines. There are also MTA staffers who can assist you at some…

Finding Your Way Out of JFK: NYC Guide

Original article written by Rosanna Oh The John F. Kennedy International Airport, also known as JFK, serves as NYC’s main international airport. Formerly known as the Idlewild Airport,…

5 Music Festivals You Can’t Miss This Year: NYC Guide

New York City hosts various music festivals featuring some of the world’s biggest names in hip-hop, electronic music, pop, and more. Our list includes 5 upcoming music festivals…

Sports and Entertainment: NYC Guide

If you’ve been on your feet for a while, walking from event to monument to everything in between, consider ending your day with one of our suggestions below.…

Shopping Bucket List: NYC Guide

You’re probably acquainted with the quote, “If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere.” This is true when it comes to fashion and…

Ways to Travel New York City

So you booked your flight to New York City? Made reservations at your hotel? Great! Once you get here, you’ll also have to figure out how to get…