Seriously consider pedaling to the beach: It's the best way to avoid the whole parking-permit dilemma and the slow torture of Route 27 traffic on a summer...more
This walking-tour company has a wide range of trips exploring every facet of the city, from Brooklyn Heights to Chinatown to Harlem. Among the highlights:...more
The Atlantic beaches of the Hamptons are some of the prettiest the country has to offer: clean, wide, often completely uncrowded—even on summer...more
What rite of passage is as loaded with emotion, pride, and nostalgia as a summer day out at the baseball stadium? Both of the city's Major League teamsthe...more
Built in 1914 as a burlesque theater, this Harlem landmark changed to its current status as a showcase for African-American talent in 1934, opening the stage on...more
No child—or adult for that matter—who has strolled under the enormous blue whale has ever forgotten this cavernous museum on the Upper West Side....more
Like the Guggenheim, this Midtown museum, which opened in 2001, is as notable for its building as for its collections. The exterior is a patchwork of bronze...more
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