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Living The Medieval Ages at The Cloisters – New York

Living The Medieval Ages at The Cloisters – New York

Modern Manhattan becomes magnificently medieval at the Cloisters, an outpost of the Metropolitan Museum of Art tucked away in the …

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Where Stars Meet Each Other: Apollo Theater

Where Stars Meet Each Other: Apollo Theater

One night in the fall of 1934, a young woman stood backstage at the Apollo Theater, sweating and in obvious …

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The Opera of New York

The Opera of New York

Opera, it’s said not entirely irreverently, is when a guy gets stabbed and instead of bleeding, he sings. This sentiment …

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Culinary Tour of New York

Culinary Tour of New York

Time was, Central Park was the great divide when it came to food – one dined on the Upper East …

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New York and Two of its Museums

New York and Two of its Museums

You can’t spend too much time in New York without noticing that New Yorkers are… well, hard to sum up …

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Shopping on Madison Avenue, NY

Shopping on Madison Avenue, NY

Madison Avenue, especially around 65th and 66th streets, is a patch of designer heaven. In shop after shop you will …

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Fin de Siècle Art and Sacher Torte in New York

Fin de Siècle Art and Sacher Torte in New York

New York often seems to have more in common with the continent across the Atlantic than it does with the …

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See Enthralling Dinosaurs at the Museum of Natural History New York

See Enthralling Dinosaurs at the Museum of Natural History New York

Just looking at the American Museum of Natural History, a sprawling expanse of pink granite towers and turrets with a …

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Get Delicious Gourmet Food on Broadway

Get Delicious Gourmet Food on Broadway

Upper West Siders aren’t noticeably larger than other New Yorkers, though by rights they should be, surrounded as they are …

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Have a Cocktail at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Have a Cocktail at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

More than 3 million paintings and other artifacts, housed in galleries that stretch for a quarter of a mile, may …

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