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This Street in NJ is Transforming into Diagon Alley

Spring Street in Newton, New Jersey will be transformed into Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley on November 25th. The event is free for all ages. The street will be transformed following the holiday parade on Saturday. There will be quiddich lessons, a cosplay contest, horcrux...


Trippy New Exhibition Opens at Museum of Natural History

Our Senses, a trippy exhibition in the American Museum of Natural History, opens today.  The immersive experience will trigger sight, hearing, balance, touch, smell and more. Make your way through eleven funhouse-like spaces that will trick your brain and expose the wonders of human perception....



Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC

Cooking Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work. Luckily, the New York City area has a bunch of delicious restaurants that are offering to cook for you! Scroll down to see the restaurants that are whipping up the best Thanksgiving dinner deals in Manhattan,...


Where to Ice Skate in Every Borough of NYC

For a day of wintry fun with your family, friends or your partner, you have to know where to ice skate in the Big Apple. We have found some of the best rinks in the city. Whether you’re a novice or expert skater, all of...


Vote for Bed-Stuy in $2 Million Restoration Contest

The National Trust for Historic Preservation and American Express partnered up with the National Main Street Center to create Partners in Preservation, an initiative to preserve and increase awareness of historical American sites. The 2017 Partners in Preservation: Main Street campaign is working to...


31 Most Haunted Places in NYC

New York City holds so much history, the list of haunted places could go on forever. Some places have particularly unique stories that embody the spirits of historical NYC. Take in the creepy spirit of October by visiting these famous ghosts! Churches St. Paul’s Chapel...


7 Easy Car-Free Fall Trips Within 300 Miles of NYC

It’s time to start planning your October weekends! The east coast is picture-perfect during the fall months. Living in New York City, it can be tricky to get out of the city to enjoy the crisp, nature of the season (especially without a set...


Ultimate Neighborhood Guide to a Day in Astoria

Astoria, Queens is a wonderful multicultural area with a plethora of things to do. With the NYC Ferry recently announcing a new stop in Astoria, a day trip to this gem is just a hop and a skip away. What to Do: Museums:  The Museum...


9 Best Beer Gardens in NYC

Beer on its own is pretty darn magical. So when you put beer into an outdoor garden setting, you’re making something already great, the GOAT. Read on to find out what beer gardens you’ve gotta spend International beer day/National IPA day (and every day...