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Toronto To NYC: Art Roadtrip

Friday, January 29, 2010

I guess I will have to live vicariously through the internet when it comes to neat travel ideas happening back home in Toronto. Look out NYC, a wave of Torontonians are headed your way! The Star gives us a heads up of what´s going to be happening February 24th to the 28th: a bus-load of […]

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Best Restaurants In New York?

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

This morning I saw somebody’s umbrella fly out of their hands and nearly take off a tourist’s head in the 45 m.p.h. winds that New York was experiencing all day. They were probably thinking, “This is what you get when you spring for cheap flights in the winter.” It’s not all bad for visitors to […]

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New York To Orlando: “Suck It”

Thursday, January 7, 2010

It was announced this week that New York City had 45.25 million tourists last year, making it the U.S.’ top city for travel for the first time since 1990, surpassing Orlando, Florida. Of these visitors, 36.7 million came from the U.S., while a healthy 8.6 million came from abroad (though they spent five times as […]

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Top 10 Free Things To Do In New York City This December

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Already broke your budget just staying in New York this holiday season? Try these 10 tips to enjoy the city for free. By Matt Stabile MUSEUMS 1) MoMA Normally a steep $20, MoMA (Museum of Modern Art for you acronym-hating readers) is free every Friday from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. Just head to the front […]

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Take Your Very Own New York “Mad Men” Tour

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

There are plenty of movie and TV related tours you can take in New York City, such as the infamous “Sex and the City” tour and the “Sopranos” tour. (Any chance of a forthcoming “Bored to Death” tour? Unlikely, but good show.) But how about a tour in the footsteps of Don Draper? Presenting the self-guided “Mad […]

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The Best Of Free New York City This August

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Not that it’s entirely unusual to hear a hodgepodge of German, Spanish, French and Dutch when you’re riding the subway in New York City, but the fact that a majority of those that I’ve been hearing are clutching guidebooks, wearing Styrofoam Statue of Liberty crowns, and poring over subway maps only means one thing: it’s […]

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Where To Eat While In New York City (Bring Your Credit Card)

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Your best bet for unforgettable NYC eats is almost assuredly far from any crowds of tourists but likely packed with in-the-know diners in a city known for its food snobbery. To help ease any dining anxiety you may have at the thought of coming up empty-handed when friends ask where you ate while in the […]

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Top 13 Free Events In New York City This Summer

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Fodor’s has a run-down of their top 12 free events this summer in the city that never likes to pay for things. Some are events most people, including tourists, probably know about including Shakespeare in the Park (Twelfth Night starring Anne Hathaway is this year’s show) and the annual New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera […]

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Top 10 Spots To Chill Outside In NYC This Summer

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Have you ever noticed how people who live in cold cities simply go nuts in the summer, taking advantage of every sunny day and spending as much time as possible outside in the coveted sunlight (two examples I can think of: Montreal and Stockholm)? Well, New York somewhat has the same phenomena, but for New […]

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NYC For Free This Summer

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Fodor’s has a list their top 14 things to do for free (or almost free) while in NYC this summer. Since I happen to be both a little bit of a cheapskate and a resident of this fair city, I thought I’d take a look and highlight the best of their suggestions. For the full […]

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