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3 Major Perks to Staying in the Flatiron

The flatiron building in new york

Manhattan may be an island that’s only 13 miles long and 2.3 miles at its widest point but it’s still a pretty small world at every turn. Densely populated with old neighborhoods, epic landmarks, and multicultural splendor–it can feel like one tiny nation with an overwhelming amount to see and … Read More

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How to Score SNL Tickets, and Other Shows Too

auditorium on television broadcast

Yes, a lot of people opt for the touristy stuff when visiting New York—like climbing the Statue of Liberty, even sailing around the entire island—but something really cool that could land you on TV and in the eyeline of major celebrities—something really cool that makes your friends envious is being … Read More

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Black Friday or Bust–Shop New York Style at a Discount

Decoration at shopping mall

For lovers of low prices–Black Friday is your holiday, and if you aren’t opposed to standing in lines or braving the gauntlet of other determined shoppers for a smokin’ hot deal, then New York is your city. You’ll snag the latest fashion trends before other cities catch wind of them, the hottest … Read More

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Back on Broadway: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Row of seats in an empty theater

The legendary Tony Award® winning Broadway play which first took center stage on Saturday October 13, 1962 is back fifty years later to the exact date with its original Steppenwolf cast, led by Tracy Letts and Amy Morton (the playwright and the star of the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning smash … Read More

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3 Historic Flatiron Spots for Beer + Cocktails

Two cups of beer in bar

1. Pete’s Tavern – 129 East 18th St. A Civil War era survivor, this old staple draws in neighborhood types along with hotel guests in search of that old New York feel. Pete’s Tavern, the oldest operating restaurant and bar in New York, continues to serve Italian-American cuisine along with its … Read More

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