Seeing a show on Broadway is a quintessential activity for visitors and residents alike in NY. You don’t always have to break your budget to see a good show. Here are some tips on how to do that.
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If you come to New York, you’re more than likely going to end up in a theatre eventually. As a working theatre professional, one of the things that really irks me is when people show up with no idea of how to behave in a theatre, especially given the price of tickets on Broadway. Phones […]
Each one of the four outdoor skating options in New York offer their own particular set of benefits and whether it’s price, location or amenities we break down each for you in this quick guide.
Time Out New York has compiled a complete list of all the free outdoor movies you can go see this summer in NYC! Sure, we often talk about how expensive it is to live here, but there are also a lot of free gems if you know where to look- I’ve been to a handful […]
Part of the Ask A New Yorker series. What brought you to New York? I was born here! What is your favorite brunch spot in the city? Lately it’s been Egg or Cafe Colette in Brooklyn, or August in Manhattan. How long do you think someone needs to live in New York before they become a […]
Part of the Ask A New Yorker series. What has been your biggest surprise living in the city? How lonely it is, despite how many people there are. In my opinion, most people come here to accomplish some individual or personal goal, not really to meet others. What is your favorite place to grab a […]
Who doesn’t love an arcade? There are a number of them left around the city and though they tend to get pretty crowded at night, it is still a pretty fun out-of-the-ordinary thing to do on a weekend! The Village Voice put together this list of the 5 Best Video Arcades in New York– definitely […]
Given that it just snowed a foot in the city I thought it would be appropriate to drop a couple of friendly hints, with a little help from the Gothamist Blog (remember that blog that we said you should be reading if you live in the City?), for how to become a sledding New Yorker. […]
Part of the Ask A New Yorker series. Biggest Surprise Living in the City The people here really aren’t as mean as they’re often portrayed. Whether it’s on TV or in the movies, New Yorkers are often shown as insensitive. This has not been my experience. I’ve met so many nice people in the four months […]
So your friends and family are ready for the big visit to your home that you now call New York City. How do you make sure you show them the best time they’ve ever had in the Big Apple? And maybe even more importantly, how do you not get overwhelmed playing tour guide and host to your nearest and dearest? Here are a few things to consider and get you thinking.