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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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Cafes Where Artists Found Their Inspiration –  NY

Cafes Where Artists Found Their Inspiration – NY

Beat poet Allen Ginsberg’s presence is alive in the East Village at the Nuyorican Poets Café, which Ginsberg called ‘the …

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Lower East Side Offers You Great Bars and Restaurants – New York

Lower East Side Offers You Great Bars and Restaurants – New York

Foodies looking for adventure off the beaten path head to the Lower East Side, where small eateries pack them in …

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An Old Russian Bath or New Age Spa? NYC Has Both Of Them

An Old Russian Bath or New Age Spa? NYC Has Both Of Them

For nigh-on 100 years, East Villagers have been unwinding at the Russian and Turkish baths (pictured above), an old-school and …

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3 Historic Taverns of New York City

3 Historic Taverns of New York City

Open since the mid-1850s, McSorley’s Old Ale House is the oldest Irish tavern in the city, and it feels like …

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The Peaceful Tompkins Square Park and Then Some French Jazz – New York

The Peaceful Tompkins Square Park and Then Some French Jazz – New York

Tompkins Square Park has been a symbol of social unrest and alternative lifestyles since it opened in 1850 – it …

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But a Hipster Hat or Handmade Jewelry From East Village and Lower East Side – New York

But a Hipster Hat or Handmade Jewelry From East Village and Lower East Side – New York

In your wanderings through the streets of the East Village and Lower East Side you’ll stumble across many interesting boutiques …

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