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September 22nd, 2014
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On of the best kept secrets is New York is a tiny Tudor village tucked between Broadway and West End Avenue called Pomander Walk. It was built in 1921 to resemble the set of a hit London play at the time called Pomander Walk. The Pomander Walk runs a full block on the Upper West

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September 15th, 2014
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The Next Wave Festival has been BAM’s most daring programming since 1981. This year’s festival will feature 30 theater, music, dance and film productions and runs from September 9 through December 20. There is so much to see at this year’s festival so check out our guide below for all the best insider’s tips. Nonesuch

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September 8th, 2014
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PDT (short for Please Don’t Tell), is one of the coolest speakeasies around. You’ll find a vintage phone booth within Crif Dogs. Pick up the phone and dial one. Once they answer… then you’re invited in. Along with its high-quality classic cocktails and a well-chosen selection of beer and wine, you can also order food

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September 2nd, 2014
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Do you love classic New York movies? Then you’ll go crazy for this self-guided tour of NYC film locations. Follow in the footsteps of the stars… Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Breakfast at Tiffany’s begins with one of the most classic scenes in American film history. With a French cruller in one hand and a hot coffee

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August 24th, 2014
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The annual West Indian Labor Day Parade draws close to two million people to Crown Heights, Brooklyn each year. During the seven-hour New York carnival, steel-pan and calypso bands in elaborate costumes march down Eastern Parkway, and vendors sell authentic Caribbean food along the route. Some of the Caribbean islands represented in the parade include

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