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Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

11 great money-saving hacks in NYC

You may have heard the news that New York has now dropped behind San Fransisco and is only the second most expensive city in the U.S. to live in, but don't tell

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If the World Was Mapped Using the Manhattan Grid System

London's Big Ben would be on the corner of 63,709th Street and 10,896th Avenue.

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Why a Tiny New York Island is Off-Limits - Neatorama

If you leave a pile of rocks in place for over a hundred years, it becomes an island with its own ownership papers, history, designation, and controversy. That's what happened to U Thant Island in New York City's East River.[https://youtu.be/wmVJyICw1C8]

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Listen to the Sounds of New York's Diverse Neighborhoods Without Leaving Home | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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21 excuses that only work in New York

New Yorkers may have a reputation for being rude, but the fact is we follow a completely different set of rules. While we might seem like flakes, there's just a

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See the proposed plans for the Waldorf Astoria's major renovation

The legendary Waldorf Astoria hotel has already closed for 2-3 years of renovations, but we now have our first look at just what those renovations may entail.

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Vibrant Street Photographs of New York City by Henry Kornaros

Henry Kornaros is a talented 17-year-old self-taught photographer and filmmaker from Vermont who currently based in New York City.

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Take a tour of New York’s most beautiful bridges

New York's bridges contribute a sense of historical and aesthetic wonder to our sprawling urban landscape

Sports | Cycling

Fixed China Town Manhattan NYC

Starting in the middle of the night, rival couriers take on 'Fixed,' a four mile brake-less sprint beginning in Chinatown and ending at the Oculus in Manhatt...

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17 things all New Yorkers can agree on

New Yorkers speak different languages, wear different styles and live in many different kinds of neighborhoods, but there's still some things we all find c

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See how large New York would be if it had the population density of other cities

It's no secret that New York is a pretty dense city when it comes to population. In fact, approximately 8,550,405 people live within its 302 square miles, givin

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Best & Worst Subways in NYC, According to the Straphangers Campaign - Thrillist

The Straphangers Campaign recently released its annual ranking of the best and worst subway lines of 2016.

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15 reasons why Manhattan is still the best borough

New York's five boroughs are great, but c'mon, Manhattan is the best borough. Why? Attractions like Central Park, the museums and the shopping, duh!

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Tips on Doorman Tipping and Other Holiday Traditions - The New York Times

Yes, please, tip the doorman — and other seasonal advice for apartment-dwellers who tend to ignore their neighbors the rest of the year.

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New York City has a secret subway line with antique cars — here's what it's like to ride it

During a few weeks at the end of the year, the New York City subway system runs an antique subway line that you can ride. So we did!

Visual Arts | Photography

One Photographer's View of NYC, Before and After 9/11

“There was something magical about them, two rectangles that grew so tall."

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New York City rent comparison: What $3,500 gets you

See what $3,500 rents in NYC neighborhoods like the Upper East Side, Williamsburg, Astoria, and more.

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15 awesome things to do in NYC this weekend

Fri 8 Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show Metropolitan Pavilion; 1pm; $20 at the door, $15This two-day expo is every retro-sifter’s dream, featuring more tha

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Latest Miracle on 34th Street: Macy’s Keeps Wooden Escalators - NYTimes.com

Here’s what you could do in 1920s Manhattan that you can’t do today: Catch what’s playing at the Roxy or who’s playing at the Polo Grounds. Buy a pair of alligator shoes at Franklin Simon or see a pair of alligators at the Aquarium. Meet your spouse — or whomever — under the clock at the Biltmore Hotel.

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The $1 million parking spot may be just around the corner - MarketWatch

At least two new condominium developments in Manhattan are asking $1 million for a single parking spot.

Entertainment | Mad Men

Mad Men’s Don Draper Gets His Own Bench Outside Manhattan’s Time-Life Building

New York City–based firm Pentagram has designed a monument to Don Draper as part of a campaign to mark the much-anticipated final season of AMC’s Mad Men on April 5. Planted in the heart of Manhattan in front of the Time-Life Building is a 12-foot-lo

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How a New York Couple Lives in 242 Square Feet — Curbed | Apartment Therapy

Think your home is cramped? This New York couple lives together in an apartment that measures a mere 242 square feet. Here's how they make it work.

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The 'Mad Men' map of Manhattan hot spots

As the AMC series begins its final season Sunday, we revisit some of the show's favorite haunts, such as Grand Central Oyster Bar, P.J. Clarke's and New York Athletic Club.