Don't Miss Your Chance to Get 50-Percent Off Tickets to Green Festival NYC 2014!

Don't Miss Your Chance to Get 50-Percent Off Tickets to Green Festival NYC 2014!

Green Festival NYC will take place from April 26-27 (10am-6pm) and will be a marketplace of 300+ green vendors offering up products for every aspect of your life from sustainable…

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New ASTORIA FLEA & FOOD Weekend Market to Open at Kaufman Astoria Studios This May

New ASTORIA FLEA & FOOD Weekend Market to Open at Kaufman Astoria Studios This May

The LIC FLEA NYC weekend market fans will soon have a new destination to check out starting this May. Long Island City's popular LIC FLEA & FOOD is teaming up with Kaufman…

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Celebrate Love in New York at MCNY's “I ♥ City Museum Weekend”

Celebrate Love in New York at MCNY's “I ♥ City Museum Weekend”

If you're bored with the whole dinner and flowers bit, the Museum of the City of New York has a creative date option that will take your Valentine's Day off of the beaten path. “I ♥…

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Sled Down a 60-Foot Toboggan Run Today as Super Bowl Boulevard Takes Over Broadway

Sled Down a 60-Foot Toboggan Run Today as Super Bowl Boulevard Takes Over Broadway

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend in case you hadn't heard through Twitter, TV, your friends, Spotify ads, or the fact that New York City’s Broadway has been transformed into a…

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Winter Jam 2014: Ski, Sled and Snowboard on a Giant Mountain of Snow Today In New York!

Winter Jam 2014: Ski, Sled and Snowboard on a Giant Mountain of Snow Today In New York!

If you've been shaking your fist at Old Man Winter these past few weeks, here's a chance to experience all of that snow from Hercules and Janus in a whole new light. On January 25th,…

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Get Your Local Holiday Shopping Done at Greenpoint's Trippy Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Get Your Local Holiday Shopping Done at Greenpoint's Trippy Brooklyn Night Bazaar

The Brooklyn Night Bazaar has been around for several years now, but recently moved to a new location at 165 Banker Street in Greenpoint. Inside, the 23,000 former bakery warehouse…

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Shop for Local Gifts at These 9 Holiday Markets in NYC

Shop for Local Gifts at These 9 Holiday Markets in NYC

Some of these holiday markets will be going strong until the 24th, while others are pop-up events that will only be open for a day or two. If you feel like braving holiday shopping…

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'I Love New York' Sandy Anniversary MetroCards Come with Perks That Help Storm-Affected Nabes

'I Love New York' Sandy Anniversary MetroCards Come with Perks That Help Storm-Affected Nabes

A year has officially passed since Hurricane Sandy hit New York, but many communities hit by the superstorm still have a long way to go before full recovery. In order to promote…

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Get FREE TICKETS to Over 20 Movie Screenings at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival This Weekend

Get FREE TICKETS to Over 20 Movie Screenings at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival This Weekend

ATTENTION NYC ANIMAL LOVERS! If you're looking for something fun to do with the kids this weekend or an impressive place to bring a fellow wildlife enthusiast, check this out. The…

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Get Spooked in the Haunted Pumpkin Garden at the New York Botanical Garden This Weekend

Get Spooked in the Haunted Pumpkin Garden at the New York Botanical Garden This Weekend

We were on the scene last year as Food Network star and master carver Ray Villafane went to work whittling giant pumpkins into zombies but don't worry if you missed this spectacle…

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23,000 sq. ft. Greenpoint Bakery to Become Permanent Home of Brooklyn Night Bazaar Asian-Style Market

23,000 sq. ft. Greenpoint Bakery to Become Permanent Home of Brooklyn Night Bazaar Asian-Style Market

Construction at the new space is already under way. Brooklyn Night Bazaar was founded by Aaron Broudo and Belvy Klein in 2011, and has been calling a Williamsburg warehouse its home…

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Get Lost in the Amazing Maize Maze at the Queens County Farm Museum (PHOTOS)

Get Lost in the Amazing Maize Maze at the Queens County Farm Museum (PHOTOS)

The Amazing Maize Maze is a special treat that the Queens County Farm Museum organizes every year as part of their fall program. The maze is different every year - this year's theme is…

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HONEY FEST 2013 Invites New Yorkers to Sample 100% Local NYC Honey

HONEY FEST 2013 Invites New Yorkers to Sample 100% Local NYC Honey

Exciting news for beelovers - Brooklyn Grange and Rockaway eatery Rippers are joining forces to throw the third annual NYC Honey Fest on September 7th! This super-sweet event is a…

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PHOTOS: Summer Streets Festival Turns Park Avenue into a High Line for the East Side

PHOTOS: Summer Streets Festival Turns Park Avenue into a High Line for the East Side

Summer Streets is an annual festival that shuts down 7 miles of Manhattan to cars, letting pedestrians, bicyclists and skaters roam free along Park Avenue. The free, outdoor event will…

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Pensa's Solar-Powered Tower Optical Digital Viewer Lets You Travel Through DUMBO's Past

Pensa's Solar-Powered Tower Optical Digital Viewer Lets You Travel Through DUMBO's Past

Tower Optical Viewer from PENSA! on Vimeo. The Tower Optical Digital Viewer is Pensa’s latest storytelling effort put together in a partnership with Tower Optical as well as the…

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PHOTOS: Take a Trip to 19th Century Paris at Fête Paradiso on Governors Island

PHOTOS: Take a Trip to 19th Century Paris at Fête Paradiso on Governors Island

Fête Paradiso made its American debut this summer on Governors Island, traveling all the way to New York from Paris. The collection of vintage carnival rides includes gorgeously…

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6 Fun Summer Staycations That Help Neighborhoods Recovering from Sandy

6 Fun Summer Staycations That Help Neighborhoods Recovering from Sandy

Photo by Yuka Yoneda RED HOOK While it doesn't have the most inviting of names, Red Hook is actually one of the most romantic and charming neighborhoods in Brooklyn. If you've been…

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6 Hot Ways to Stay Cool in NYC

6 Hot Ways to Stay Cool in NYC

PLAN AN INDOOR PICNIC Skip lunch at your desk and head to one of the city’s many public atriums for an afternoon chow down with friends or co-workers. New York is home to dozens of…

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6 Fun (and Free) Places to Take a Date on a Summer Night in NYC

6 Fun (and Free) Places to Take a Date on a Summer Night in NYC

Image via NYC Parks & Rec DATE IDEA #1: Walk the High Line at night We absolutely love the High Line here at Inhabitat. One of the best examples of adaptive reuse, this newly…

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Summer Streets NYC Will Once Again Ban Cars from 7 Miles of Manhattan in August

Summer Streets NYC Will Once Again Ban Cars from 7 Miles of Manhattan in August

NYC's annual Summer Streets festival is returning once again this August to turn almost 7 miles of Manhattan into a car-less haven for pedestrians. Residents, visitors and tourists…

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6 Spectacular Places to See 4th of July Fireworks In and Around NYC!

6 Spectacular Places to See 4th of July Fireworks In and Around NYC!

HUDSON RIVER PARK For the bold and the brave willing to stand the ginormous crowds on the 4th, the piers at Hudson River Park are one of your best bets to watch spectacular views of…

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6 Ways to Spend Father's Day with Your Dad in NYC

6 Ways to Spend Father's Day with Your Dad in NYC

Whether your father is a bonafide foodie or just a guy who enjoys getting his eat on, he'll find tons to tickle his palate at this Sunday's Food Truck Rally in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.…

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Shipping Container Beer Garden and SmorgasBar Now Open for Business at South Street Seaport

Shipping Container Beer Garden and SmorgasBar Now Open for Business at South Street Seaport

Photo ©Yuka Yoneda While heavy rain did hamper construction last week, a good number of the new container shops and eateries have been serving customers since last weekend, and the…

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6 Perfect Picnic Spots to Visit in NYC

6 Perfect Picnic Spots to Visit in NYC

Alley Pond Park You’ll find plenty of space to lay back and enjoy the beauty of nature at this 600 acre park in Queens. It's filled with playgrounds and ball fields, so you can…

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New Shipping Container Shops Coming to South Street Seaport This Summer

New Shipping Container Shops Coming to South Street Seaport This Summer

Popular tourist destination South Street Seaport will be recovering from the damage it suffered during Hurricane Sandy with exciting new summer programming and shipping container…

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