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Best View in NYC: Top of the Rock v. Empire State Building

Every year, people flock to New York City hoping to get the best view of the magnificent skyline. There are plenty of places to stop and look. The number one choice is the Empire State Building. Few people realize that the Rockefeller Center also offers stunning views for tourists. While some are able to see

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Feeding the Theatre Crowd on Restaurant Row | Broadway NYC

Complementing the famed Theater District of Manhattan is the epicurean’s delight, Restaurant Row. Jam-packed with at least two dozen restaurants, Restaurant Row was officially designated in 1973 by then-mayor John Lindsay to be “the best restaurants collected in such a short strip of land.” Restaurant Row is West 46th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues.

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5 Cool Places in NYC’s Central Park

Consisting 6% of Manhattan, Central Park, the favorite playground of New Yorkers, stretches 6 miles or 9.7 kilometers from 59th St. to 110th St., with Central Park West and 5th Avenue forming its western and eastern boundaries. Constructed on what were once quarries, pig farms, and swamp land, it took two decades and almost 10

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Indoor Activities During the NYC Winter

Anyone who has survived a chilly winter in New York City (NYC) knows it isn’t much fun being in the great outdoors during that season. The snow and the sub zero temperatures just don’t provide a comfortable atmosphere for outdoors entertainment during your free time. The good news is that, this is NYC, the largest

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Fashion Week in NYC February 6-13 2014

New York Fashion Week is the event of the season for designers, shoppers, and critics with a stake in clothing from all around the world. The designs unveiled during the shows that make up this event will set the stylistic trends for the remaining seasons of the year. Knowing what is hot and what is

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More Than An Ordinary Sunday | NY / NJ Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is more than a game, especially in a major metropolitan area like that of New York City. The NFL’s first “cold weather” game will commence on February 2 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, about 15 miles from Manhattan and bring with it a slew of weekend activities for residents

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