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Where to Dine for Mother's Day in New York City
This year, Mother’s Day falls on May 11 and you're in one of the greatest cities in the world on that special occasion. Here are some notable restaurants and dining establishments that are featuring great Mother's Day meals. (read the story...)

The Best Live Music and Concert Venues in New York City
There are several things to consider when seeing a performer live: acoustics, visibility, the option to stand or sit, ease of transportation. We’ve compiled an inventory (and a little bit of history) of some of New York’s most popular music venues, as well as a list of upcoming NYC music festivals. (read the story...)

This Week in NYC
The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival begins today! Also, Easter is his Sunday. Celebrate with family and friends by stopping at the Easter Parade on Fifth Avenue, by St. Patrick's Cathedral. It's your last chance to see The Orchid Show: Key West Contemporary, closing April 21! (read the story...)

Mother's Day Gift Ideas
If you’re looking for a gift for May 11, you’ve come to the right place: the shopping capital of the world. Here are some excellent ideas from a variety of stores. (read the story...)

HBO Shop Coupon - Buy More, Save More
A variety of HBO-related merchandise is now available at The HBO Shop located in midtown Manhattan, including a variety of T-shirts featuring your favorite characters from Sex and the City, True Blood, Game of Thrones, and The Sopranos. (read the story...)

Manhattan? Fuhgettaboudit! - Grab A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tours
A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tours, which has been rated #1 tour of Brooklyn on TripAdvisor, was started by travel lover and Brooklyn native Tony Muia. Best of all, their tours depart from Manhattan. (read the story...)

Soccer Legend Pele Appears with Madame Tussauds New York Figure
Brazilian soccer superstar and The New York Cosmos Honorary President Pelé posed for photos yesterday with cheering fans and his Madame Tussauds New York wax figure to kick off the Cosmos’ season opener at Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium. (read the story...)

Broadway's Spring Must-Sees
Featuring Aladdin, If/Then, Les Miz, Vanessa Williams, and more. (read the story...)

Old School, New School - New York City's Best Steakhouses
New York City food crazes come and go, but our steak houses remain perennially popular. Whether you’re looking for a prime rib, steak au poivre or a surf and turf, we’ve found the best spots to find filets in Manhattan. (read the story...)

B&H Photo Video NYC - A Technology Hound's Paradise
There’s a fine line between the sentiment of “too good to be true” and hitting the jackpot of what you’ve been looking for. What rests between, however, is truly as good as it seems, and it’s called B&H. (read the story...)

The Music of 10,000 Nights: Phantom on Broadway
With over 10,800 performances and counting, Phantom of the Opera is the first and only musical in Broadway history to achieve the honor of hitting 10K curtain calls. (read the story...)

Heartland Brewery Introduces Limited Edition Coffee Beer: Oren's Daily Porter
Heartland Brewery founder Jon Bloostein and brother Oren Bloostein (Oren’s Daily Roast) — both owners of multi-unit New York City beverage businesses — have combined their love for beer and coffee to create Oren’s Daily Porter, a limited edition bottled ale available at all Heartland Brewery locations this month. (read the story...)

Where to Dine for Easter in New York City
Many fine New York City restaurants will be offering special menus and more for Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014. Here's a look at some of the restaurants that will be hosting special brunches and dinners. (read the story...)

9/11 Memorial Museum to Open May 21st
A ceremony and previews for the 9/11 community will lay the path for the opening of the 9/11 Memorial Museum, marking a milestone in American history. (read the story...)

Daredevil Circus Clown Bello Returns to Delight New Victory Audiences
Circus favorite and daredevil clown Bello, famous for hair raising, gravity-defying antics, manic comedy, madcap athleticism, and his signature skyscraper red hair (towering a foot high), returns to Times Square with an all-new edition of Bello Mania at the New Victory Theater now through April 20th, one of the best family entertainment bargains in town. (read the story...)

Interactive Pterosaurs Exhibit Lands at AMNH
The largest exhibition of its kind ever mounted in the United States explores the features of more than 150 species of brilliantly colored flying reptiles, highlighting the latest research by Museum scientists and leading paleontologists around the world. (read the story...)

Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna Unleashes a Tempest Force of Female Power
Cirque du Soleil’s iconic blue-and-yellow chapeau (big top tent) has risen adjacent to Citi Field in Queens, and the curtain has come up on Tony and Drama Desk-winning director Diane Paulus’ Amaluna, which is set to run through May 18. (read the story...)

50 Shades! The Musical: The Original Parody (of the Greatest Novel Ever Written)
The rapturously raunchy send up of the scorching bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey is officially a tongue-in-cheek (and many, many other far-more-risque places) Off-Broadway musical. (read the story...)

The Best NYC Bus Tours
The top double-decker bus tours, special combination tickets, multilingual tour guides, and more available in NYC (read the story...)

This Weekend's Last Calls On and Off Broadway
The upcoming weekend is turning into a bit of a theatrical “adieu fest” for several heavy-hitters – both shows and performers. Translation: Score your tickets now, because come March 31st, these five-star productions will be off the box-office grid. (read the story...)

Encores! Presents Frank Loesser’s The Most Happy Fella in April
Tony and two-time Drama Desk winner Laura Benanti, Cheyenne Jackson, and Tony and two-time DD winner Shuler Hensley will star in the Encores! production of Frank Loesser’s romantic musical The Most Happy Fella, playing seven performances at New York City Center. (read the story...)

Off Broadway's Cougar the Musical Welcomes Keith Hines
Cougar The Musical has welcomed Keith Hines to its cast, joining the Tony-nominated Brenda Braxton, Mary Mossberg, and Babs Winn. (read the story...)

Darbar - NYC's Home to Authentic Indian Cuisine
From Traditional Indian to Trans-Ethnic Cuisine... Sharp-eyed foodies can look around a restaurant and tell a great deal about it from the mix of diners. They'll like what they see at Darbar. (read the story...)

Inside DataVision - NYC's Intelligent Computer Video Super Store
In business for over 20 years at the same 5th Avenue location, DataVision is practically a New York City landmark. With 35,000 sq. ft. covering 3 floors, the DataVision Superstore is your one-stop shop for the latest in electronics. (read the story...)

Sony Store - Free Gift Card With $99+ Purchase
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