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See You at Green Festival NYC 2014!

See You at Green Festival NYC 2014!

Green Festival, America's largest and longest-running eco-event will be returning to NYC on April 26th and 27th. The show will have a marketplace featuring over 300 green products from food to clothing to

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Health Officials Warn People Not to Touch Contaminated Seafood at NYC Asian Markets

Health Officials Warn People Not to Touch Contaminated Seafood at NYC Asian Markets

A rare skin infection contracted through touching contaminated seafood has afflicted at least 30 people in the New York City area. Health officials are warning New Yorkers to avoid touching raw fish and

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Notice Anything Wrong with These NYC Townhouses?

Notice Anything Wrong with These NYC Townhouses?

Notice anything strange about these doors? They seem pretty difficult to enter or exit through, right? But that's okay because the "townhouses" they're attached to actually aren't what they seem at all.

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PHOTOS: World Trade Center Transportation Hub Gets a Shiny New PATH Platform

PHOTOS: World Trade Center Transportation Hub Gets a Shiny New PATH Platform

NY and NJ commuters welcomed an elegant new PATH train platform last week - the first one of its kind to open at the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in downtown Manhattan. Called Platform A, the

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PHOTOS: We Turn a Regular Citi Bike into an Electric Bike with the New ShareRoller

PHOTOS: We Turn a Regular Citi Bike into an Electric Bike with the New ShareRoller

The ShareRoller is the world's first portable motor designed specifically for transforming Citi Bikes into electric bikes. The compact, 6-7 lb. device will be available for pre-order starting tomorrow as

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High Line Park’s Final Section Will Pay Homage to Its Wild Roots

High Line Park’s Final Section Will Pay Homage to Its Wild Roots

While we enjoy the manicured look of the High Line's first two sections, we're definitely looking forward to seeing the more natural aesthetic of the elevated park's final portion. Called the High Line at

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6 Edible Plants You Can Forage for in New York City

6 Edible Plants You Can Forage for in New York City

Garlic mustard, ramps and blackberries may sound like ingredients you'd spot on a menu at a chichi restaurant, but did you know that they can all be found growing in New York City parks? We recently

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VIDEO: Added Value Empowers New York’s Youth With Urban Farming

VIDEO: Added Value Empowers New York’s Youth With Urban Farming

Urban farming is on the rise across the globe; people all over are bringing their food source closer to their doorstep by farming in abandoned lots and on empty rooftops. Ian Marvy, the Executive Director

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Trippy Book-Themed Cafe Beckons Bibliophiles Inside for Espresso

Trippy Book-Themed Cafe Beckons Bibliophiles Inside for Espresso

Care for a side of trompe l'oeil to go with your coffee? Then head over to D'espresso Cafe in New York City to get your fix of both. The tiny and trippy space beckons bibliophiles in with what appears to

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Is There an Underground Home Hidden Beneath Queens?

Is There an Underground Home Hidden Beneath Queens?

The space beneath what is now a nondescript field at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens was once occupied by a luxurious underground home, and some believe that the subterranean residence still

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How to Avoid Going Insane While Sharing a Tiny Apartment with Your Significant Other

How to Avoid Going Insane While Sharing a Tiny Apartment with Your Significant Other

As much as we adore small spaces, it's hard to deny that living in super close quarters with your significant other can cause a strain on your relationship. In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we've rounded

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New York Proposes Ban on Water-Polluting Microbeads Found in Beauty Products

New York Proposes Ban on Water-Polluting Microbeads Found in Beauty Products

While they might give you a glowing complexion, the tiny microbeads found in your face and body washes pose a big threat to waterways and aquatic life. In order to prevent the small but harmful beads from

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Sign This Petition to Help Stop the Killing of Mute Swans in New York

Sign This Petition to Help Stop the Killing of Mute Swans in New York

A proposal by the NYC Department of Environmental Conservation to kill the population of mute swans in Prospect Park has got area animal lovers seeing red. The argument for the plan is that the birds

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Score a Free $250 Pass to Social Media Week and Attend Prodigy Network’s Panel Discussion About Crowdfunding Real Estate

Score a Free $250 Pass to Social Media Week and Attend Prodigy Network’s Panel Discussion About Crowdfunding Real Estate

We're giving away $250 passes to Social Media Week 2014 to 10 lucky readers, and it's easy to enter. Just comment on this post with a question about how social media and crowdfunding are impacting real

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PHOTOS: Young Projects’ Playful, Matchmaking Sculpture Pops Up in Times Square

PHOTOS: Young Projects’ Playful, Matchmaking Sculpture Pops Up in Times Square

Young Projects has made it a little bit easier to find love in the big city with their unique interactive sculpture in Times Square. Called "Match-Maker", the intriguing heart-shaped public artpiece

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Iconic New York State World’s Fair Pavilion Saved from Demolition

Iconic New York State World’s Fair Pavilion Saved from Demolition

Once a marvel that attracted visitors from around the globe, Philip Johnson's New York State Pavilion has slowly become a modern ruin since the 1964 World's Fair. The famous structure had been facing the

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Help This Awesome Woman Hand Out Warm Socks to NYC’s Homeless

Help This Awesome Woman Hand Out Warm Socks to NYC’s Homeless

If you feel like this winter has been a cold one, imagine going through it with no socks. That thought is what spurred New Yorker Saije Bashaw to spend her free time handing out warm socks (purchased with

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Former NYC Mayor Sets His Eyes on Restoring the World’s Fish Populations

Former NYC Mayor Sets His Eyes on Restoring the World’s Fish Populations

Michael Bloomberg may have relinquished his role as New York City's mayor, but when it comes to ways he can continue to serve people, there are plenty of other fish in the sea. One of Bloomberg's latest

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Plans for World Trade Center Liberty Park Include 300-Foot Living Wall

Plans for World Trade Center Liberty Park Include 300-Foot Living Wall

Plans for the World Trade Center site's Liberty Park have been pretty hush hush up until now, but AECOM recently revealed new renderings of the elevated space at a community board meeting. The images show

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Times Square to Host Playful Matchmaking Sculpture for Valentine’s Day

Times Square to Host Playful Matchmaking Sculpture for Valentine’s Day

New York's Times Square will soon play host to a Lovers (and wannabe lovers) from around the world will have a new public art piece to admire this Valentine's Day in Times Square thanks to Young

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1 WTC’s LED Spire Illuminated with Super Bowl Team Colors

1 WTC’s LED Spire Illuminated with Super Bowl Team Colors

One World Trade Center may not be open yet, but its spire will be lit up every night until Sunday as a celebration of Super Bowl XLVIII. The spire's energy-efficient LED lights will alternate between

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9/11 Museum Slated to Open as Early as This May

9/11 Museum Slated to Open as Early as This May

After numerous delays caused by financial disputes and weather issues, the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum says it is finally set to open to the public as early as this May. While many New Yorkers look

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NYC’s Broadway Transformed into 60-Foot Sledding Mountain for Super Bowl Boulevard

NYC’s Broadway Transformed into 60-Foot Sledding Mountain for Super Bowl Boulevard

Football fans in New York will have a chance to channel all of the excitement leading up Super Bowl Sunday with a sports-themed winter playland on Broadway. Starting tomorrow, "Super Bowl Boulevard" will

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INTERVIEW: Sustainability Advisor Lonny Grafman on the Waterpod

INTERVIEW: Sustainability Advisor Lonny Grafman on the Waterpod

If you live in New York City, you may soon have the chance to check out the Waterpod, an incredible self-reliant eco-habitat, exhibition, and living space designed to showcase sustainable grassroots

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Cambodian-American Protester Sews Dollar Bills for 8 Hours Outside of an NYC H&M

Cambodian-American Protester Sews Dollar Bills for 8 Hours Outside of an NYC H&M

While other New Yorkers tried to minimize their time outdoors last week, Cambodian-American artist Kat Eng sat in front of an NYC H&M for a whopping 8 hours. With the goal of raising awareness for

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See Floorplans for the Apartments on HBO’s Girls – How Does Your Pad Stack Up?

See Floorplans for the Apartments on HBO’s Girls – How Does Your Pad Stack Up?

Hannah, Marnie, Adam and Shoshanna - their love lives might be the main draw of HBO's hit series Girls, but quite frankly we're more interested in their apartments! From Hannah and Marnie's true 2-bedroom

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See Inside One World Trade Center as It Prepares for Its 2014 Opening

See Inside One World Trade Center as It Prepares for Its 2014 Opening

It's been a long and arduous road, but the construction of One World Trade Center is finally headed for the home stretch. The tower is scheduled to open some time in 2014, but CNNMoney recently got a peek

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Will Citi Bike Be Affected by the Bankruptcy of the Company That Developed Its Bike Sharing Tech?

Will Citi Bike Be Affected by the Bankruptcy of the Company That Developed Its Bike Sharing Tech?

News that the company that helped develop the tech behind NYC's Citi Bike system has filed for bankruptcy has many wondering how the bike sharing program will be affected. Bixi, a Montreal-based

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Celebrity Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten Opening New Vegan Restaurant in New York

Celebrity Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten Opening New Vegan Restaurant in New York

Celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten has decided to go completely meatless for the menu of his upcoming restaurant in NYC. The new eatery, which is being called ABC Home Grown, will offer vegetarian,

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Historic NYC Building to Be Topped with Shigeru Ban-Designed Rooftop Penthouses

Historic NYC Building to Be Topped with Shigeru Ban-Designed Rooftop Penthouses

A pair of sexy rooftop penthouses designed by Shigeru Ban will soon be topping a historical building in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood. The 2-level additions appear to be quite modern in design, but

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