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The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 23

Tonight in New York City: Chill out with some refreshing cool dinner options, check out a literary cabaret, or test out your hilarious story at open mic night at UCBeast.


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NYC’s Best Bars With Trivia

Trivia nights in NYC offer prizes and a chance to stretch your brain, drink in hand. Challenge yourself to these New York bars’ weekly quiz-offs.



The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 20

Tonight in New York City: Watch a French film in Tompkins Square Park, pick up the most radical 80′s outfit, or listen to Amos Lee perform at The Bandshell in Prospect Park.



The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 19

Tonight in New York City: Listen to Joy Behar tell some of her favorite stories on stage, take a free CrossFit class at Union Square Park, or take advantage of a serious discount at some of your favorite stores in the Meatpacking District.



Travel Guide To New York City

This handy guide to New York City can help you plan out your trip and serve as a reference to the city’s top attractions along with food and lodging recommendations.


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NYC’s Best Bars For A Martini

Whether you like them shaken or stirred, martinis have stood the test of time as a classic cocktail. Check out these New York City martini bars for the best versions of the cocktail in the big apple.


Joseph Nimmich (L), FEMA associate administrator for Response and Recovery, Joseph F. Bruno (C), commissioner, New York City Office of Emergency Management and Kathryn Sullivan (R), NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Administrator (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

New York City OEM Commissioner Joseph Bruno Resigns

Mayoral spokeswoman Marti Adams said Joseph Bruno will be stepping down on June 27.



The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 18

Tonight in New York City: Relax and stretch out at a free yoga class in Staten Island, let Reggie Watts entertain you at Town Hall, or watch Rango with the kiddos at South Street Seaport.


Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Terrorism Experts Warn: Leader Of ISIS Has His Eyes On New York City

The new war in Iraq has local terrorism experts on high alert. The leader of the insurgent group swallowing city after city there has vowed to bring his war to New York City.



The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 17

Tonight in New York City: Learn how to cook Asian-style fish entrees, listen to live music in Washington Square Park, or watch the new compelling documentary about the late Internet visionary, Aaron Swartz.


Traffic on the FDR Drive after a tractor-trailer got stuck under an overpass on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 (credit: CBS 2)

Poll Finds New Yorkers Think Congestion Is ‘Serious’ Problem

A total of 86 percent of participants of a new Quinnipiac University study said traffic congestion in New York City is a “very serious” or “somewhat serious” problem.



The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 16

Tonight in New York City: Celebrate Judy Garland and the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz, watch Saturday Night Fever in Bryant Park, or have a laugh with the folks from HelloGiggles.


Neighbors last summer said rats had taken over at John Vincent Daniels Jr. Square in Woodside, Queens. (Credit: CBS 2)

City Prepares To Launch New War On Rats

The effort is part of the city’s latest effort to attack a rat population that some experts estimate could be double that of the city’s 8.4 million human residents.


Judy Gold (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for IMF)

The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, June 13

Tonight in New York City: Watch a performance of King Lear in Brooklyn Bridge Park, find out what Judy Gold has been up to since her Off Broadway run, or dare to bare it all on a nude bike ride through the city.


Picasso's 'Le Tricorne' Tapestry hangs in Four Seasons Restaurant (credit: Matthew Peyton/Getty Images)

Picasso’s ‘Le Tricorne’ To Be Moved From Four Seasons Restaurant To New York Historical Society

The 19-foot-by-20-foot curtain, called “Le Tricorne,” has been at the Four Seasons since 1959.