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Posts in August 2015

Rushin’ or Not, Rush to the MORA

  August 31, 2015  //  Museum of Russian Art

When we think of painting, we tend to think of people like the Dutch masters — Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Halls, and so on. Or maybe we think a bit further back to some of Italy’s work in the Renaissance, like Leonardo da Vinci, or Michelangelo. Maybe, if we’re very aware, we even remember that there…

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The Biggest, The Best, The Burgerest

  August 28, 2015  //  Bill's Bar & Burger

We’re well into summer, and you know what that means — barbecue! There’s probably something to be said for the great outdoors, and how they can make even an average burger taste good. But if you’ve been doing your fair share of barbecuing so far this summer — or even if you just want a…

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Modern Art for the Modern Heart

  August 27, 2015  //  MOMA

None of us want to neglect a whole side of ourselves; that’s why we place such a high value on literature, art, and music. They develop our senses, nourish our minds, and feed our souls. And New York, in addition to being such a great place to have fun and meet up with friends, is…

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All the Foods of the Rainbow

  August 25, 2015  //  Rainbow Room

Ever wanted to eat world-class food while gazing over NYC’s beautiful skyscape – and, of course, do it all inside a New York City landmark? If so, prepare to have your wishes come true in a place where all the different flavors of food and all the most sophisticated styles of dining mingle together like…

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Sailing at Sea & Sitting Seaside

  August 21, 2015  //  Grand Banks Oyster Bar

Summer breezes are blowing, and the fresh salty air is calling to you! Grab a blanket and a picnic lunch — it’s time to head over to one of the most beautiful places in New York City – Nelson A. Rockefeller Park! Located at the North end of Battery Park City and West of River…

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Wine Tasting & Shellfish Education

  August 20, 2015  //  Farm. Field. Sea.

They may not be able to give shellfish an education, but at Farm.Field.Sea they can offer you an education on shellfish! Martha’s Vineyard once again does not fail to amaze and delight! Behind The Culinary Curtain Now you can get a peek behind the culinary curtain. Farm.Field.Sea has made it possible for you to roll…

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New York City: Where Comedy is A Sport

  August 19, 2015  //  The Broadway Comedy Club

Join us at The Broadway Comedy Club, where they are so serious about funny that it has become a sport! The next time you find yourself venturing to the east end, head over to 318 West 53rd Street, New York, to ComedySportz New York City. Improved Improv It is fun for all ages, and you…

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The Faithful & True Gay Head Lighthouse

  August 18, 2015  //  The Faithful & True Gay Head Lighthouse

Through gale winds and the roaring storms of winter, one thing stands straight and true atop the 130-foot clay-colored cliffs– The Gay Head Lighthouse in Martha’s Vineyard. The Gay Head Lighthouse is also known as the Aquinnah Lighthouse. It is one of the many beautiful and historic lighthouses in New England. A Beacon of Hope…

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Blues, Brews & BBQ

  August 17, 2015  //  16th Annual Blues & BBQ

The Hudson River Park once again is the place to be on August 22nd at Pier 26 in New York for the 16th Annual Blues & BBQ. Big Band & Big Appetites The Hudson River Park and Pier 26 will be hosting some of the greatest blues talent the harbor has seen in the last…

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