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Posts in July 2014

Nelson Blue

  July 31, 2014  //  Nelson Blue

New Zealand is one of the most beautiful and unique places on Earth. Its two small islands showcase a startling diversity of geography, plants, and animals, and the mix of human cultures creates a country like no other! Add a little kiwi to your day with a meal at Nelson Blue! Catch all the fun…

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Anne Frank Center

  July 30, 2014  //  Anne Frank Center

In the decades since World War II, the story of Anne Frank has educated and inspired millions of people. Though she was only fifteen years old when she died, her short life served as an example of courage and hope, and has connected modern people with the lives of those who endured some of the…

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  July 29, 2014  //  Tertulia

The culture surrounding many of Spain’s regions, most especially Asturias on the Atlantic coast, encourages meals shared with good friends over conversation and laughter. You can find a local taste of this companionable style, not to mention delicious cuisine, at Tertulia, on 6th Avenue! Compliments to the Chef Chef Seamus Mullen discovered the charming food…

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch

  July 28, 2014  //  Hedwig and the Angry Inch

You may have seen Neil Patrick Harris in the popular television show “How I Met Your Mother”, or the cult favorite “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along”. Now, you can see him in a role like no other, as he performs in a limited engagement of Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway! There’s less than a month…

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Dine in Style at Nomad

  July 25, 2014  //  Dine in Style at Nomad

A roast chicken dinner may sound simple and even boring, but what about a supper of roast chicken with brioche, truffle, and foie gras stuffing just beneath the crisp skin? Truly sumptuous meals made with the most decadent ingredients await you at NoMad. Treat yourself to a meal at this incredible hotel restaurant, where the…

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Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center

  July 23, 2014  //  Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center

Movies have more than just the power to entertain us. They can transport us to different times and places with rich, visual detail and intricate storytelling. Even educational material takes on a new life when projected onto a big, silver screen. The Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center combines the thrill of watching a Hollywood blockbuster…

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  July 22, 2014  //  Ushiwakamaru

Sushi is nearly ubiquitous in the city, from traditionally prepared rolls and sashimi platters to truly different creations which could only come to life in New York. In this sea of sushi restaurants, a few notable establishments stand out as excellent examples. Ushiwakamaru, at 136 W. Houston Street, offers delicious and fresh Japanese food, with…

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Merchant’s House Museum

  July 21, 2014  //  Merchant's House Museum

Get a Glimpse of New York’s Past at the Merchant’s House Museum Life has changed dramatically in the past 100 years. Where today’s New York City is a sprawling, bustling metropolis filled with modern wonders, the area looked far different just a short century ago. See how New Yorkers lived in the early part of…

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Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum

  July 18, 2014  //  Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum

Three years ago this month, the final space shuttle blasted off from Kennedy Space Center, and landed there again nearly two weeks later. Experience the beginnings of the history-making space shuttle program, and learn more about the incredible engineering which went into our nation’s space program, at the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum! It’s…

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Accomplice The Show

  July 17, 2014  //  Accomplice: The Show

There’s a mystery afoot in New York. Your phone rings, and an unfamiliar voice tells you where the adventure begins.  Only you and your party can decipher the clues and solve puzzles which hide across neighborhoods and businesses in the city. At Accomplice The Show, you’re both the star and the audience in an experience…

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