With countless stores, boutiques, pop-up shops, vintage havens and designer showrooms, New York City lives up to its reputation as a shopping capital. With so many possibilities, there's just one problem—where to begin? The best bet is to start big,...
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While the walls at The Carlyle don’t talk, they definitely whisper. Matthew Miele’s Always at The Carlyle brings to life the untold stories of this legendary hotel as heard from the mouths of its own employees and top clientele, including George Clooney, Vera Wang, Anthony Bourdain, Wes Anderson and Naomi Campbell.
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Whether you're traveling to New York City or have a friend visiting from out of town, choosing what to do can be challenging. Here's where one writer brings her friends when they visit, none of which will break the bank.
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From the West Village and the Lower East Side to Bushwick and Carroll Gardens, New York City offers an embarrassment of Italian restaurant riches—the best of which we’ve chosen here. Read on for our picks of the best Italian restaurants in New York City, and how best to enjoy them.
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When droves of Irish immigrants were forced to flee to America in the 1840s, they brought with them precious culture from the Emerald Isle -- including the traditional Irish pub. Today, New York City is home to myriad Irish bars where you can pound G...
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New York doesn’t turn any rivers green for St. Patrick’s Day, but it does host one of the world’s biggest parades. And as the marchers head up Fifth Avenue, they always pass by St. Patrick’s Cathedral. But long before that cathedral opened in midtown Manhattan, a different church named for Ireland’s patron saint welcomed the parade downtown. New York’s original St. Patrick’s Cathedral was dedicated in 1815.