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Must-See Week 2018, 2-for-1 on all Walks of New York Tours!

NYC Must-See Week Walking Tours 2-for-1 tours, Jan 29th – Feb 11th It may be impossible to do it all in New York City — but you can certainly do more during NYC’s Must-See Week, where you’ll enjoy 2-for-1 tickets on many of the iconic experiences in the Big Apple. 2-for-1 tickets are good for […]

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A Night in Bushwick

a night out in bushwick

A night in Bushwick is not to be missed New York City neighborhoods are constantly rising and falling in popularity and, what was once an area to be avoided, can fast become the new ‘it’ place to spend a Saturday night. One neighborhood on the rise is Bushwick in Brooklyn. With its dive bars, hipster […]

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Watch Disney Musical Performers Turn an Airport Delay Into the Best Show Ever.

If you spend enough time traveling in the United States chances are you’ve been stuck in LaGuardia airport. It’s crowded, hectic, full of people from all over the world, and pretty darn stressful. But at least it’s democratic. Recently the Broadway stars who makeup the casts of two of Disney Theatrical’s best musicals – The […]

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Alternative Times Square

alternative times square

Get the most out of your visit to New York with our guide to the Alternative Times Square From its brightly lit billboards to its jam-packed stores, Times Square is easily one of the most famous and recognisable places in New York City and possibly the world. Despite Times Square’s international reputation as the heart of […]

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Keith Haring at the Brooklyn Museum

Today would have been the 54th birthday of Keith Haring, the gifted artist whose work embodies the energy of 1980s NYC.  Fortunately we can celebrate his life and work at the Brooklyn Museum’s exhibition – Keith Haring: 1978 – 1982. The exhibition presents Haring’s early works, produced soon after he moved to NYC in 1978 […]

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Urban Renewal: Old Tiffany Gets a Makeover

15 Union Square West

The venerable Tiffany & Co. has seen its share of facelifts.  However, it’s not one of its well-heeled patrons that recently had some work done, but its former home.  In fact, it’s received a whole new face. Tiffany was founded in Lower Manhattan in 1837, and moved to Union Square in 1870 to claim its […]

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