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Don’t Miss these NYC Events in November

November arrives with cooler temps, the spirit of giving, and an abundance of Manhattan events to enjoy. Whether a tourist or tried and true New Yorker, you’ll love our one-a-day prescription for good times and joyful memories.   There’s a new Cher-iff in town and her life story drives the Broadway musical The Cher Show, entering previews at the Neil Simon Theatre (Thursday, November 1).  From the glitterati to the literati, head to the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House for a late afternoon poetry reading featuring Kundiman Poetry Prize winners Sharon Wang, Franny Choi, and Mia Ayumi Malhotra (Friday,...

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How to Fall in Love With NYC in October

Let’s face it, October is the perfect month to be in New York. Poised in between the sweltering summer and chilly winter seasons, not only is the weather often divine and devoid of humidity, but the vibe is refreshing, colorful and alive. Overstocked Halloween candy aisles aside, there is nothing predictable about October in the city. Our recommendations this month are full of surprises, leaving you with positive fall feels and new ways of discovering the city you already love.   Theatergoers, we have great news. After a one year hiatus, the NYC Fringe Festival is back. Its new...

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No Stress September: A Guide to Ease and Joy in the City

New York City may never sleep, but it sure does slow down in August during the dog days of summer. As such, September can feel like an abrupt shift of gears because let’s face it: jumping back into work mode, sending the kids off to school, and mentally preparing for the change of weather is something of a shock to the system. That’s why we focus this month’s Manhattan events blog on finding ease and enjoying the transition of seasons with fun activities that will help you savor the warmth, good vibes and sunshine, all while preparing for more...

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Things to do this October

While some consider Labor Day the official end of summer, in New York City it’s really the advent of October (and if we’re getting really specific Columbus Day) that finally justifies trading in white summer frocks for flannels and cider. At this point, the weather has started to turn and beach excursions take a back seat to apple or pumpkin picking in the Hudson Valley. Your guide to the best October events in NYC begins with taking note of its many festivals, starting with the arts and New York City Center’s Fall for Dance, where you can see local...

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What’s the Best NYC Neighborhood?

Q. How can you tell you’re talking to a New Yorker? A. When you ask her where she lives, she answers “Hell’s Kitchen.”   She doesn’t say “New York,” or “Manhattan” or “Midtown” or even “Clinton” — the official name for this Manhattan ‘hood. No, she says “Hell’s Kitchen.” (Or if she’s a lifelong New Yorker, she might even be more specific and say, “43rd, between 10th and 11th.”)   Yes, we New Yorkers love our neighborhoods, and we’re filled with neighborhood pride. In fact, we’ll be happy to tell you why our neighborhood is the best… even if...

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