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July 10th, 2014
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The East Village neighborhood has undergone quite a renaissance over the years. From the cramped tenement buildings of the 19th century to one of the hottest neighborhoods in Manhattan, the East Village has seen it all. The area was once generally considered to be part of the Lower East Side, but began to develop its

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July 8th, 2014
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The Bronx: You have a ton of ground to cover, so kick off your day bright and early at the Bronx Zoo as the gates open at 10am. The enormous grounds hold 6,000-plus creatures from around the globe—snow leopards, zebras, crocodiles. Manhattan: Next book it to the South Street Seaport Museum. Located just off the

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June 25th, 2014
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Since the opening of its first section in 2009, the High Line has become a destination for sunbathing, sightseeing, snacking and viewing innovative art. Gansevoort Street Entrance, Meatpacking District Lush greenery above gives way to cobblestone streets, Italian fare and shopping below the High Line’s first entrance. Dining: Catch. After working up an appetite in

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June 17th, 2014
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Wake up bright and early and take the G train to Nassau Avenue or Greenpoint Avenue and get ready to start your day exploring. Food: Snag a seat in the backyard of Anella and order roasted beet salad, chicken liver mousse, or bucatini with little neck clams. Finally, don’t miss inventive wood-fired pizzas like the

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June 7th, 2014
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The new Bed-Stuy is happening one restaurant, bar and shop at a time. With new residents and higher real estate prices have come new businesses, everything from a restaurant serving foie gras and jelly donuts to a tiny tot boutique selling organic baby lotions. In the past five years, the change went from slow to

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