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Jane Jacobs' Decades Of Ideas For An Ideal City Still Matters Today

Jane Jacobs is a legendary icon against poor urban development, leading to the defeat of leading urban planner and contractor Robert Moses' plan that almost broke the existing appearance of New York City decades before—and her story still matters today.

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New York Celebrates Environment On Earth Day

New York City Marks Earth Day Celebration With No Cars But Tons Of Edutainment

The roads may be off, but pedestrians, visitors, and cyclists will have a jolly good time with the activities being offered by the Big Apple in connection with saving the planet.

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Friends the Musical!

'Friends' To Come Back: New York Triad Theatre To Show 'Friends! The Musical!'

Miss the hit television series? Head to the New York Triad Theatre and see "Friends! The Musical!"

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Revamped Museum Of Modern Art Set To Open

Visiting New York? Here Are The Five Museums That You Must Visit

When it comes to cultural and historic sites, the City of New York will always have its special place on the top of the lists. With all these amazing places to visit, here are some of New York’s finest museums that you must take a closer look.

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Gilded Age New York

Explore NY Culture During The 19th And 20th Century With Gilded New York App

The Museum of the City of New York in collaboration with the inaugurating the Museum's Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery has launched a mobile application that allows users to discover the art culture of the elite during the late-19th and early- 20th centuries of Ney York. The "Gilded New York" is a walk-through guide that takes users on a tour of the city where the rich people have been, and where the most popular sites were during its heydays.

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Halo Halo

The Best Filipino Restaurants In NYC (And Where To Find Them)

If you're looking for Asian meals in New York, you might be thinking of Thai or Chinese. However, it's high-time you get to explore Filipino meals.

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Statue of Liberty goes dark and raises questions

Statue of Liberty's Lights Go Out On A Day Without Women

On Tuesday night, the Statue of Liberty went dark for a couple of hours. While people thought that the incident was related to the call of gender equality, the National Parks Service (NPS) pointed out that the unplanned outage was due to some construction work.

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The Fearless Girl

Women's Day 2017: The Fearless Girl Faces The Charging Bull In Wall Street

If there were anyone in the world to face the Wall Street's Charging Bull, it would be The Fearless Girl, to honor the determination and strength of women in leadership. The day before the statue was installed, the State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) declared their stand on women's rights and gender equality on International Women's Day.

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Price Of Milk Rises, Potentially Raises Cost Of Cheese And Pizza

Five Of The Best Cheap Eats In New York City

The best and freshest dishes in the Big Apple are not only served in the fancy Michelin-starred restaurants. Even if you only have a penny or two, you can still definitely indulge in the mouth-watering NYC classics.

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The Weinstein Company And Netflix Golden Globe Party, Presented With FIJI Water, Grey Goose Vodka, Lindt Chocolate, And Moroccanoil - Inside

Champagne Anyone? Las Vegas Hotel Has A Champaigne Vending Machine

Cheers to the only Champagne Vending Machine in Las Vegas and in the U.S..

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Machu Picchu / Peru Trekking

Top Five Best Anti-Valentine's Day Destinations For Singles

Want to get away from all that Valetine's Day celebrations? You might want to try any of these 5 destinations for the singles who want to escape from it all.

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Protestors Rally At JFK Airport Against Muslim Immigration Ban

New Immigration Order Sparks Protests in Major U.S. Airports

Protests in several major airports in the US occurred due to the new immigration policy banning citizens from seven predominantly muslim nations.

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60 Playmate Bunnies Celebrate Playboy's 60th Anniversary

Playboy Club Is Back After 30 Years

The bunnies will be back on the streets of Manhattan as the Merchants Hospitality, Cachet Hospitality Group, and Playboy Enterprises plan to bring back the Playboy Club as the highlight of Cachet Boutique New York Hotel to open in the second half of the year.

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The Golden Girls: Cheesecake

What's In Store For Diners At The 'Golden Girls' Cafe NYC

Here is what to expect from the soon-to-open Golden Girls themed cafe in New York.

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Murmuration Of Starlings Signals Winter's Arrival

Almost 70,000 Birds Are Killed To Clear Path For Air Flights In NYC

While the public has some grasp that birds are killed by wind generators and propellers on an air flight, they don't possess any idea about the real mortality numbers. However, it is revealed today that about 70,000 birds - gulls, starling, and geese - were killed just to make a safer and smoother way for air flights.

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