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Five new comedies and three new dramas will help build on the strength of America’s top-rated network. Five of the new series will premiere in the fall and three at mid-season.
Five fall date ideas, whether you’re looking for a perfect day or romantic night with your honey in the Big Apple.
Free and cheap concerts abound in New York City during the summertime. Now that we’re well into September, here are a few venues that consistently provide four walls, booze, and great concerts where tickets are almost always under ten bucks.
Just because you are dead broke doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in the fantasy of an epic shopping spree. Instead of shopping to you drop, consider heading to these New York Neighborhoods to do some serious window shopping.
New York trains (and ferries) take us to all the most interesting nooks and crannies of New York for just $2.50! Here are some of our favorite places the train takes us and rides that we don’t at all consider a commute.
Every broke girl knows that the best way to update your outfit is to accessorize the pieces you already have. Here are a few jewelry pieces that will update your look without breaking your bank.
Two young women waitressing at a greasy spoon diner strike up an unlikely friendship in the hopes of launching a successful business – if only they can raise the cash.
Just because you are broke, doesn’t mean you can’t have an afternoon of culture in New York City. Here are a few of our favorites.
People watching is practically a competitive sport in New York. Here are some of the best people watching spots in New York; just remember, bring your camera so you’ll have proof for later.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on a date for it to be completely magical. Seriously, it’s true. Don’t believe me? Here is what my dream (cheap) NYC date looks like.
Taraji P. Henson of “Person of Interest” shares her favorite finds in New York City.
Everyone loves a bargain — especially in New York. So we did our homework and found some of the best deals on food and drinks in NYC.
Follow reporter Meagan Brauer of Pop Up New York for CBSNewYork, as she shows you how to make the most of your trip to Chinatown – for less than $25.
Inch closer to Friday with American delights at Applejack Diner, tapas at Casa Mono or Belgian frites on the East side.