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Greenwich Village and Union Square

Greenwich Village and Union Square, two adjacent neighborhoods in New York´s borough of Manhattan, share a colorful political past and a vibrant cultural life. A visit to these two neighborhoods is both intellectually enriching and enjoyable. Plus, there´s great food to be had. The Beat Movement The birthplace of the Beat movement in the early […]

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The Little Hidden Museum of New York

This new museum which is small and hidden is identified by a double M at the beginning and end of the word museum, it is in the neighborhood of  Tribeca in Manhattan. It is not an exaggeration how hidden it is, it is not so easy to find and that adds an extra charm to […]

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New York for Fans of Vintage Clothing

Renewing your wardrobe without spending incredible sums or falling into the trap of following all the latest trends is an art. Second-hand clothes are a great resource when it comes to maintaining an individual style without having to splurge. They are a great addition to any balanced wardrobe. In a city like New York, which […]

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If you happened to be planning a trip to New York with the idea to enjoy wonderful places and parties, you must take into account some factors that can alter your trip. The first factor has to do with the date and length of the events of the city. Because the events held in the […]

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Tips for the Best Holidays in New York

New York, is world renowned for the rich array of cultures and races that are hosted throughout the city. It is one of the places with the highest immigration rate in the world, therefore the level of city tourism is very high. The first thing that you should consider before you travel or spend holidays […]

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St Patrick’s Day in New York

The most important, largest and oldest civil parade in the world is St Patrick´s Day Parade in New York. It´s no exaggeration since this year it´s the 252nd year that the colour green will flood Fifth Avenue in the city, with over 250,000 participants and two million people following this extraordinary parade minute-by-minute. It has […]

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Beyond the cliché and the urban myth, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a unique and revolutionary artist. In his short yet restless life, he managed to break some of the hardcore and deeply-rooted stereotypes of American culture in the 70s and 80s, firstly for being an African-American plastic artist from a marginal subculture and secondly for starting […]

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Bars in New York with secret entrances

The defining characteristic of a city like New York is certainly its constant change. If it comes to fashion, fun, music, entertainment, this city always tends to risk for those more unusual, modern options, who violate the rules or simply return a lot of nostalgia and glamor to the long nights of the East Coast. At […]

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Romantic Movies Set in New York

New York is a multi-faceted city and parts of it are definitely suited for romance. It’s a magnificent city with many beautiful people. And despite the fact that more than 8 million people live there, there are still many quiet corners and spots that are perfect for lovers to convene. The amazing architecture, fabulous art […]

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Due to a hip injury Lady Gaga cancelled the rest of her remaining tour dates of the Born This Way Ball Tour. She started out this tour in the beginning of this year, kicking off in Vancouver and was going to conclude her tour in Miami in March. Phenomenon Lady Gaga is an American singer, songwriter, […]

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