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Geographically, we live in one of the smallest cities, but culturally, there is more to eat, see, and do in these 468 square miles than any other place in the nation. The problem is, the typical New York tourist only sees a portion of the best spots in the city. With 5 boroughs and countless neighborhoods, it's easy to get overwhelmed and fall into the tourist traps of the city from Times Square to the Statue of Liberty. When you want to see the New York that inspired Jay Z and Frank Sinatra to sing, you need an insider's advice. Look no further. We've put together a collection of the places and spaces of a New Yorker's New York!
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It's only Tuesday, which means we still have a long work week ahead of us. Even if you're not getting out right at 4PM when the market closes, you're still looking to get a strong cocktail (or two) after work. There's no shortage of happy hour deals in FiDi during the week, so for those of us who work Downtown, making our way down to Wall Street is the way to go. Here are some of the top spots for your happy hour fix this week.
As New Yorkers, we like to think that we're flexible: we take the 1 train when the 2 isn't running, we'll go for an espresso when the regular coffee is still brewing, we'll even settle for standing room only admission when our favorite band comes to town. More»
It's Monday again, which means we have a long work week ahead of us...and 5 nights of happy hour to look forward to! There's no shortage of happy hour deals in Midtown every night of the week, but for those of us who work below (or don't want to trek above) 14th Street, here are some of the best happy hours Downtown. More»
Sunday, May 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.