New York is one of the first cities in the world to be granted a geographic top-level domain by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the nonprofit private organization responsible for overseeing the distribution of IP addresses and domain names.
Looking for a satisfying getaway but can’t quite make it out of the city? Nicole Lapin, editor-in-chief of Recessionista.com, has the perfect staycation solutions to itch that travel bug.
Lauren Weisberger is the New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada and its upcoming sequel Revenge Wears Prada. Here, she shares her favorite New York City restaurants, museums and parks.
Manhattan is home to the big one – Central Park – and some other little-known gems. We’ve narrowed down the 11 best spaces for picnic lunches, dinners and dates across the 5 boroughs.
New York City bartenders are known for being on the cutting edge of the cocktail craft. So why are you wearing out the stools at the same old watering holes? From intimate nooks to roaring pubs, visit these bars opened in recent months for a taste of NYC’s freshest drinks and newest liquid trends.
The city has made great strides to increase cycling’s safety and accessibility with new bike lanes and of course the bike share program. Whether you’re weaving in and out of the heavy traffic on your way to work, or taking a scenic ride through the suburbs, pedal straight to any of these five stores for all of the bikes, equipment and accessories you need.
A tasting menu doesn’t have to cost thousands of dollars to be decadent. These New York City restaurants are offering multiple courses – from Asian cuisines to intricate wine pairings – for under $100 per person.
Even many gentile restaurants in town offer up Kosher-friendly items. But if you seek something certified and supervised, consider these rabbi-approved (plus one non-certified) options.
Enjoy tequila on the rocks, in a margarita or straight up at these NYC bars, specializing in this dangerously strong booze.
Spokesman George Arzt said Koch died at 2 a.m. at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia hospital of congestive heart failure. The funeral will be Monday at Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan.
Next year’s Super Bowl may be in New Jersey — but New York City is making sure it’s part of the action.
The folks at The Little Pie Company in Hell’s Kitchen joined us on The Couch. Owner Arnold Wilkerson brought along his signature pie, the Sour Cream Apple Walnut, along with favorites like Mississippi Mud Pie and Southern Pecan.
You’ve resolved to eat healthier and take fitness classes in NYC for the New Year — why not add “try something new” to your 2014 checklist? Check out these classes, workshops and courses to become an expert in a new skill for a productive and rewarding year.
Staying in New York City to celebrate the holidays this year? Spend your time relaxing, shopping and site seeing a like a tourist the only way New Yorkers know how – the local way.
A herd of sheep took over Bryant Park in Manhattan on Thursday for “The Campaign for Wool.”