North America

Brooklyn Has The Old New York Air

Brooklyn Has The Old New York Air

In New York-ese, DUMBO refers not to the famous flying circus elephant but to a cluster of 19th-and early 20th-century …

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Be Enthralled By NYC’s Art Deco Artworks

Be Enthralled By NYC’s Art Deco Artworks

Even in this age of prying media, New York is still a place where it can seem that momentous and …

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The Little Land Full of History – Governors Island, New York City

The Little Land Full of History – Governors Island, New York City

In 1614 the first Dutch settlers of New York came ashore not on Manhattan but on the small parcel of …

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A Walk Across The Brooklyn Bridge And Stop at The Chocolate Factory – New York

A Walk Across The Brooklyn Bridge And Stop at The Chocolate Factory – New York

There’s no more dramatic way of seeing the New York skyline than crossing the Brooklyn Bridge (pictured above) on foot or by …

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A Memorable Sunset Over New York and A Free Cruise Past The Statue of Liberty

A Memorable Sunset Over New York and A Free Cruise Past The Statue of Liberty

A perfect place to watch the sunset over the Hudson River is from the tip of Manhattan, sitting on a …

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Lose Yourself In Brooklyn’s Music Vibes – NY

Lose Yourself In Brooklyn’s Music Vibes – NY

Because of the high concentration of bands calling the place home, Brooklyn has made its name as America’s indie-music capital. …

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America’s First Synagogue Has Its Place In The Big Apple

America’s First Synagogue Has Its Place In The Big Apple

Families who sought a new life in the United States during the great era of immigration (1880–1920), often found their …

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Look For The Lowest Prices For High-End Fabrics – NYC

Look For The Lowest Prices For High-End Fabrics – NYC

Rising rents and encroaching gentrification have forced many of Manhattan’s neighborhood haberdashers and fabric merchants out of business, as their …

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Live Like a DJ in New York City

Live Like a DJ in New York City

Record and CD collectors, and DJ wannabes head for the East Village, an area with a history of setting music …

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Indian Flavors and Traditions Around New York

Indian Flavors and Traditions Around New York

On 6th Street between Second and First Avenues is Indian Row, where about a dozen Indian food restaurants compete for …

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