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Check out the Priceless Things To Do this week in NYC, week of August 25th-31st.
Make plans to visit San Francisco and discover why it is often called one of the most romantic destinations in the country.
New York City’s longest-running and most revered religious outdoor festival in the United States, the Feast of San Gennaro kicks of its 87th annual celebration on Thursday.
Summer is officially here. From activities to please lovers of the outdoors to events for the artsy, there is no lack of free fun to be found in New York City this season.
Instead of hitting up your tired inland haunts, why don’t you venture out to the water’s edge for something different as spring-like temperatures move in?
Go museum hopping along Fifth avenue, meet Rachel Ray, or learn more about celebrated NYC journalist Pete Hamill tonight in New York City.
Watch Florence + The Machine perform live, spend your evening with David Sedaris, or learn which pastries President Obama likes to eat at the White House tonight in NYC.
Learn more about comedian and director Mike Nichols, get a glimpse into the physics of the future, or take part in an indoor triathlon tonight in New York City.
Learn how to make sugar free desserts, dance like a Bollywood star, or listen to a Grammy-nominated bluegrass picker tonight in NYC.
As the end of fall nears, make sure to visit some of the city’s best museum exhibits from the autumn season – they’re closing soon!
Despite the threat of a rainy day, Hoboken is hosting over 300 artists, photographers, sculptors, and musicians for their bi-annual festival.
The inaugural Bluegrass In the Park concert will hit New York’s Madison Square Park this Saturday, where music fans can treat their ears and stomachs to five bluegrass acts and food offered by Fatty Crew.
Summer is in full swing and it is hot. Love the sunshine but ready for a break? CBSNewYork is here to offer you the best ways to keep cool in New York City this summer.
There are old traditions and new parties taking place this Independence Day in New York City. If you’re looking to plan the idea Fourth of July party, we’ve got a guide to all the best patriotic events and happenings.
Take a cooking class, sip on some bubbly while shopping, or taste your way through the Upper West Side – for free (or on the cheap) this weekend in New York City.