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  • Spookiest Halloween Decorations in New York City

              Spookiest Halloween Decorations in New York City Halloween Decoration Houses in the Upper East Side are the best, brownstones located on East 72nd Street, between Park and Madison and a house on East 67th Street, Between 5th and Madison – both locations are within close proximity to Central Park. This […]

  • 10 Secrets of New York City’s Central Park

          Learn some little-known facts about this NYC landmark These days, 42 million people visit Central Park every year, rambling about its sprawling Sheep Meadow, its lovely lake, and its epic gardens. Seth Kamil, whose company Big Onion has led tours of Central Park and other NYC landmarks for a quarter century—and who […]

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    Iconic Houston Bowery Wall Mural

    Queen Andrea as the latest artist selected to take over the historic Houston Bowery Wall Mural. Queen Andrea (Andrea von Bujdoss) is a New York City-based fine artist, muralist, graffiti artist, typographer and graphic designer. The new mural, titled Believe, will be completed on Tuesday, June 4 and will be on display through September 2019. For five years, Citi has been the […]

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    10 Best Brunch Places in New York City

    Top Places to Enjoy a Delicious Brunch in New York City. New York probably didn’t invent brunch, but it has certainly perfected the concept. From Harlem to Greenpoint, the West Village to South Brooklyn, you can barely turn a corner without walking into a restaurant open between 11 and 2 serving refreshing late morning cocktails […]

  • The Bushwick Collective

    Joe Ficalora is a Bushwick native and creator/curator of the Bushwick Collective. The Collective, also known as Bushwick 5 Points, is where we watch Joe in this slice of life video talk about about the transformative and healing power of art as a mural comes to life. In just over 8 years, Joe Ficalora, a […]

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