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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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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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Ellie Goulding Concert in New York

Some of the most important attributes of a pop diva are her style and, of course, her appearance. There are many stories behind some pop singers who failed to succeed, or didn’t know how to remain successful. Of course, Madonna does not fall into this category; Madonna is simply the queen of pop. Britney Spears, […]

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Surely when many of us think of Sleepy Hollow that great and dark Tim Burton film with Johnny Depp and Chirstina Ricci as protagonists comes to mind. The film took the screen for the third time the adaptation of one of the most famous legends of terror “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”. This horror story […]

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For sure that of all the films we´ve seen in our lifetime, in at least one of them the background has been New York at Christmas time, Whoever has had the chance to see this city in winter, has definitely wanted to come back. Perhaps it´s colder than we´re used to but if you´re wrapped […]

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Maybe it’s because we can’t fly such great heights are so fascinating to us. When we stand at the foot of a very tall building and look up, we often stand there open-mouthed but saying nothing. Well, did you know there are Ferris wheels that are famous for being taller than many well-known tall buildings? […]

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I´m going to start this article with an anecdote. Not long ago someone made a joke to Justin Bieber’s fans. It was rumored that the young artist was diagnosed with cancer, so his fans were duped into shaving their head in support of their favorite singer. You can imagine how many shaved heads left this […]

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Neil Young and The Crazy Horse are back in the music scene on stage this fall, after eight years without appearing in public. For this occasion, the U.S. tour will stop at the  Madison Square Garden, with a luxury opening guest, the great Patti Smith, who also has her own new album out. Tickets are […]

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