<span>Monthly Archives</span><h1>April 2018</h1>

A Brief Guide to the City’s High Line

Parks in metropolitan dwellings are often thought of as refugees, as islands of rich verdure amid the ocean of concrete.   And that is exactly what happens when you visit the famed High Line of Manhattan. The first thing you feel as you enter is that it’s the sort of thing parks were built to get away from, i.e. a harsh structure of steel that underpins an elevated rail line, 30 ft from the ground. To be honest, it looks…

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Metropolitan Opera’s Summer Festival

With free outdoor opera screenings presented at the Lincoln Center Plaza, The Metropolitan Opera’s annual Summer HD Festival will return…

Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights is perhaps one of the best neighborhoods in NYC, in my opinion. Entering Brooklyn Heights is like entering…

The Lowline – Underground Park

Verdant oasis has been crammed into every nook and cranny of New York City. Some are eased between towering skyscrapers,…

Bryant Park Film Festival

New Yorkers are always in the mood for a summer evening of outdoor movie screenings with epic line-ups. Today, we…

A Walking Tour of Greenwich Village

Often referred to as the Village,’ Greenwich Village is among Manhattan’s most desirable and expensive residential neighborhoods and is bounded…

Shakespeare in the Park

The Public Theater produces a beloved NYC democratic tradition, each year. And it is one of the best things to…

Where to get the Best Hot Dogs

Up there, along with the pizza and bagel with a schmear, hot dog has become a quintessential New York City…

St. Patrick’s Cathedral Trivia

The largest house of worships for Catholic in New York City, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is also one of finest buildings…

Things to do in Prospect Park

Striking the perfect balance between the old, historic Brooklyn and a new, urban Brooklyn, Prospect Park is a Brooklyn neighborhood…