It has been immortalized in countless films, songs, and other popular culture references, but it is one of those cities that needs to be seen to be believed. The rush of pure energy that envelops you, the crowds that never seem to disappear, the diverse options for food, entertainment, and culture seem mind- blowing even to a native who has been a resident for decades. There is one thing for sure, New York never disappoints, and on the contrary seems to evoke more wonder as it slowly reveals its multi-faceted layers.

New York City is known as a global powerhouse, and Wall Street will immerse you in the center of the American economical marketplace, while a visit to the United Nations will enable you to understand the heavy influence this city has on international affairs.

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Summer Tours in NYC

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This summer check out the variety of tours available in New York City for you to take advantage of. We’ve got something for everyone – from families to friends. So, strap your fanny pack on, get your camera ready and let’s dive right in. TMZ Tours: From those that brought you the TV show and website, TMZ ...

Read more...|Posted @ 8:50 pm on 05/13/2013

New Broadway Shows for Spring in NYC

If you’re headed to NYC for a weekend (or longer), there are plenty of theater shows for you to see. Funny, romantic, outrageous – you name it, it’s playing. Here are our top picks for Broadway shows that are sure to razzle dazzle you. Nice Work If You Can Get It: Starring Matthew Broderick and ...

Read more...|Posted @ 6:26 pm on 04/11/2013

There’s Nothing Like Springtime in NYC

We can think of no better time than right now to head to the Big Apple for some springtime sightseeing. It’s not oppressively hot and the hordes of tourists haven’t started pouring in. Here are our top recommendations for things to do this spring in NYC: Tribeca Film Festival (April 17th-28th): Film buffs unite as over 150 ...

Read more...|Posted @ 9:37 pm on 04/4/2013

What to Know About Restaurant Week 2013 in New York City

They might as well call it “Restaurant Month.” Monday kicks off the start of Restaurant Week in New York City. This exciting edible event is a three week extravaganza of discounted dishes, marked-down meals, and low-cost lunches. Restaurant Week takes place twice a year, once in the summer and once in the winter, and guess ...

Read more...|Posted @ 7:57 pm on 01/11/2013

Foursquare’s Year-end Lists: How NYC Ranked in 2012

Confession: excessive as they may be, end of the year “best of” lists are one of my favorite New Year’s tradition—second only to Anderson Cooper’s broadcast on CNN. Time Out New York published a quirky year-end list from Foursquare that tallied the nation’s check-ins from 2012. While the list doesn’t evaluate much other than Foursquare ...

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