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What to Do in Little Italy
New York City has many famous areas, but few are more popular than Little Italy, the historic lower Manhattan community that hosts the annual Feast of San Gennaro, celebrating the Patron Saint of Naples. (read the story...)

What to Do in Greenwich Village
It's often said that NYC's Greenwich Village neighborhood resembles Paris, with its cobblestone streets, row houses, bistros, restaurants, and bars --- and a host of independent record and poster shops. It's home to NYU -- which turned out some of the city's most famous writers and artists, such as Mark Twain, Edgar Allen Poe, Norman Rockwell, and Willem de Kooning. (read the story...)

What to Do in Times Square, Theatre District & Rockefeller Center
Times Square is always a must-see for first time Manhattan adventurers, and can be an overwhelming and exhilarating experience. Huge billboards of fashion icons and bright advertisements can distract even a New Yorker trying to make his or her way through the dense crowds of people looking skyward. (read the story...)

What to Do in Chinatown
Everyone thinks of Chinatown when the Chinese Lunar New Year rolls around in February, but outside of dim sum and firecrackers and dragon dances, it’s a mystery to most New Yorkers. (read the story...)

Where to Get Married in New York City
You've decided to take the plunge and get married. Congratulations! You're in love and committed -- that decision was the easy part. The more difficult choices will be deciding when, where, and what to pay for a wedding. We've put together a list of some of the best places in New York City to get married, with something for every budget. (read the story...)

What to Do on The Lower East Side
For decades, New York City's Lower East Side has been synonymous with immigrants housed in cramped tenements determined to make their dreams come true. Today, this cultural mecca is home to emerging artists, young professionals, and innovative shopkeepers determined to do the same. (read the story...)

What to Do on the Upper West Side
The Upper West Side mixes restored brownstones with modern high-rise apartment complexes. Ethnic restaurants complement European bistros and brand-name megastores. (read the story...)

What to Do on the Upper East Side
The Upper East Side maintains its reputation as home to “Old Money” -- or, actually, money in general. It is also the home of the Museum Mile, as well as glamour, upscale boutiques, great restaurants, and the ritziest of the ritzy. This neighborhood begins at the Plaza Hotel on 59th Street and goes all the way north to 105th Street on the east side of Central Park. (read the story...)

What to Do in Tribeca
Named for the TRIangle BElow CAnal, Tribeca's (Canal Street south to Park Place, and from the Hudson River east to Broadway) landscape is dominated by cobblestone streets and former industrial buildings that have been converted into large, luxurious lofts and apartments. (read the story...)

What to Do in Midtown West
Midtown is not only the center of Manhattan, but also the center of many visitor trips to New York. This section covers the west side of Midtown, approximately 34th Street to 42nd Street, west of Fifth Avenue, including Hell's Kitchen. (read the story...)

What to Do in Midtown East
Midtown is not only the center of Manhattan, but also the center of many visitor trips to New York. This section covers the east side of Midtown, approximately 34th Street to 42nd Street, east of Fifth Avenue. (read the story...)

What to Do in Harlem
People are drawn to Harlem's unique "flavor," rhythm, beauty, and its rich and colorful history. With a wealth of historic sites, cultural attractions, unique retailers, and diverse restaurants, Harlem is one of the top destinations in the city. Although it's best known for the Apollo Theater, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Sylvia's, the Cotton Club, and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, just to name a few, there are other wonderful places to visit and things to do-and there's something for everyone. (read the story...)

What to Do in The East Village
The young and trendy flock to the East Village, and always have (beatniks in the fifties, hippies in the sixties, and punks in the seventies and eighties). The cutting-edge crowd has formed an interesting and exciting array of alternative clubs, experimental music and theatre, fashion stores, and tattoo parlors. In recent years, CBGB's has been replaced by a John Varvatos store and luxury apartment buildings have sprung up all over the neighborhood, but much of the spirit remains. (read the story...)

What to Do in Chelsea
Chelsea, the area west of Fifth Avenue and north of 14th Street to about 30th Street in New York City, has long been known for its brownstones, pre-war buildings and quiet, quaint, tree-lined residential streets. In recent years, however, it has become a favorite New York neighborhood with an abundance of art galleries, bars, and restaurants -- all with a chic touch. (read the story...)

What to Do in the Financial District
The Financial District neighborhood in lower Manhattan is one of the most historic and intriguing neighborhoods in the United States. It has long been the heart of the financial industry and home to Wall Street and the National 9/11 Memorial. It's also an around-the-clock community for working, living, and entertaining, an elegant residential neighborhood, a home to world-class cultural institutions, and a center for music, dance, and visual arts events. (read the story...)

Dial 7 Car & Limousine Service Coupon - Save $4 On Any Ride Over $32
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Save Now with Spirit Cruises Cyber Sale
Now is the time to think about and book your upcoming birthday outing, anniversary celebration or graduation party. With Spirit Cruises Cyber Sale going on now through Jan. 13, you can celebrate on the water for less. (read the story...)

Enjoy the Fall Foliage on a Circle Line Cruise to Bear Mountain
Fall is coming! Take in the crisp air and stunning views of the Hudson River Valley's spectacular foliage as the Circle Line cruises up the Hudson River to historic Bear Mountain. The cruise includes complimentary admission to Bear Mountain's annual Oktoberfest, or if you prefer, bring your bike on board and take in a ride at Bear Mountain, or use the time for a picturesque trek. (read the story...)

Visiting Atlanta
The InterContinental Buckhead (3315 Peachtree Road NE, 404-946-9000) is the place I have stayed every year when I visit Atlanta in the summer. Why such loyalty to this hotel? Let’s start with the five-star service at three-star rates. (read the story...)

Megabus.com Changes NYC Departures Site on August 1
Beginning August 1, all NYC megabus.com departures will leave from 34th St. bet. 11th & 12th Aves. This stop is located across the street from the Javits Center, and three blocks west of Penn Station. (All arrivals continue to be at 7th Ave. & 28th St.) (read the story...)

Where to Stay in Atlanta, Georgia - Buckhead's Inter-Continental Hotel
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Carmel Car & Limousine - 'Nationwide...The Best Way to Ride'
Adventure, exhilaration, gusto, undaunted enthusiasm! Your airplane has landed at a New York City area airport and with great anticipation you are on the last leg of your journey to your Manhattan Hotel. You exit baggage claim and see the long, long line of travelers waiting for a taxi cab, but, your chauffeur is waiting to drive you to your hotel. You did what smart travelers do and went on-line before you left home and booked your car in advance with Carmel Car & Limousine. (read the story...)

Abracadabra--Your Halloween Superstore
If you're looking to pick up a Halloween outfit while they’re in the city there’s only one place to go—the Abracadabra Superstore. From the moment you walk in the door, the variety of merchandise available will astonish you. (read the story...)

Tutors on Wheels
68-60 Austin St.
Forest Hills, NY
718-268-0135 or 718-268-0133
Since 2003, Tutors on Wheels has been providing t...

A & J Reliable
39 South Central Ave
Spring Valley, NY
Here at A & J Reliable we never take anyone for gr...

Park City Swim Club
98-00 62nd Drive
Rego Park, NY
212-769-0201 (before May 23)
Amid several tall apartment buildings lies an oasi...

Oak Meadow
Brattleboro, Vermont
Oak Meadow's creative, experiential homeschooling ...

Seriously Spoiled Salon & Spa
707 Old Country Road
Dix Hills, NY
THE premier ultra luxurious salon and spa destinat...

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