A Guide to Visiting MoMa - Before, During, and After the Museum

Fri, Jan 20, 2017

New York City is a hub for history, art, and culture. One of the best places to get a dose of all three is the Museum of Modern Art – also known as MoMa.

MoMa, located in Midtown, has been a staple of the Manhattan art scene since it opened in 1929. It is known for featuring modern and contemporary art, unlike the city’s other major art museum – the Metropolitan Museum of Art – which features more classical works. So, if you prefer eccentric and unique art, MoMa is the museum for you!

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Stalking Celebrities In New York: Where To See Famous People In NYC

Wed, Dec 28, 2016

You may think it’s pretty easy to spot a celeb in New York City. Stars are in NYC all the time for TV appearances like Good Morning America and Michael & Kelly, right? Catching a glimpse of one is not quite as easy as it seems - but we know some spots that may increase the likelihood!

New York City is still not Los Angeles. Compared to LA, New York is a lot more condensed, and famous people stand out a lot less, so it’s actually pretty hard to spot celebs here. But if you’re determined to see someone famous next time you’re in New York, we know some places you can check out.

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Real NYC Shopping: Boutiques, Bargains, and Big-Ticket Buys

Thu, Dec 15, 2016

From small boutiques to upscale to flea markets, this guide will let you in on some of NYC’s best shopping spots.

Shopping is a must when visiting NYC, especially during the holiday season. We can’t all afford to hit up the high-end designers while we’re in town, but people at all budget levels brag about their finds on shopping trips to NYC. 

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Landmark Spotlight: The Empire State Building 

Tue, Dec 06, 2016

What do electric shock kisses, LinkedIn, and the Great Depression have in common? The Empire State Building! Read on to find out little known facts, tid-bits, and advice to viewing one of New York's most unique structures.

The Empire State Building is one of NYC’s most famous and beloved landmarks. Many people know that it was once the largest skyscraper in the world, but they don’t know much else about the Empire State Building’s rich history. Read on to learn more about this famous skyscraper and why both tourists and native New Yorkers should visit it at least once in their lives.

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: The Dos and Don'ts of Attending the Parade

Tue, Nov 22, 2016

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade? This could be you this year – all it takes is a little planning, a little patience, and lots of warm layers. Read below for a full rundown on how to prepare for the day.

Besides eating food and spending time with loved ones, watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is one of the best parts of Thanksgiving. No matter the weather forecast, locals and tourists alike make the pilgrimage (pun intended) to Midtown to see the parade every year.

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