Aug 142014
 
Robin Williams tribute at Tribeca Cinemas

Tribeca Cinemas is showing a special screening of the the award-winning Robin Williams film Awakenings, with part of each ticket price donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Awakenings also stars Robert de Niro in the 1990 film Read More

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Jul 202014
 
10 fabulous facts about NYC

Even lifelong New Yorkers like me don’t know everything about their hometown. Here are 10 fabulous facts about New York City you either didn’t know or forgot: NYC is far from being a concrete jungle. About 14 percent of Read More

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Jul 182014
 
RIP to Broadway star Elaine Stritch

Broadway, TV and cabaret have lost a show-stopper Elaine Stritch, whose gravelly voice and impeccable comic timing made her a legend, has died of natural causes. She was 89. Broadway lights are being dimmed at 7:45 PM Friday in Read More

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Jun 242014
 
Vote today in NYC and NY State

There’s simply too much at stake today not to vote in today’s primary election. If you don’t vote, you don’t have the right to complain about who wins. I’m not going to suggest who to vote for, although I Read More

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Jun 212014
 
NYC history tour Grand Central Station

Learn the secrets behind one of the most famous and historic buildings in NYC, Grand Central Terminal. Tour with the architectural and historic experts of The Municipal Art Society of New York. Daily docent-guided tours focus on art and Read More

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Jun 122014
 
Find money in NYC with @HiddenCash

The man behind the giveaway of $20 bills in California is moving the stashed cash operation to New York City this weekend.  Also to Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas and Mexico City. You have to follow @HiddenCash on Twitter to Read More

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Jun 112014
 
NYC Car Week deals on new wheels

Get the guaranteed no-haggle lowest price on a new car in NYC and Tri-State area this week during the first ever Car Week, though June 15th.  It’s modeled after NYC Restaurant Week, which offers a set price for all Read More

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