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The Oklahoma Revival We Didn’t Know We Needed

What's worth re-examining from Rodgers & Hammerstein's 1943 classic Oklahoma? A lot, it turns out. The new, Tony-winning revival, currently playing at Circle in the Square, has set the theater world buzzing once again...

Best Running Routes in Manhattan

It can be difficult to keep up with your workout routine when you’re on the road, even though guests at The Knick have access to a 24-hour fitness center. But sometimes, the best way...

A Visitor’s Guide to the New York Public Library

Though the New York Public Library comprises 92 locations all across Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island, most travelers visiting New York City will be drawn to the flagship location, at the corner of...

The Most Exciting Upcoming Broadway Shows

There are just four months left in the year, but there’s still so much to look forward to on Broadway. Travelers in town this fall and winter can spend an unforgettable evening on Broadway,...

The Best NYC Yacht Cruises

For a city surrounded by water, New York doesn’t have as strong of a boating culture as other coastal cities—say Miami, Boston or Seattle. Many New Yorkers keep yachts in the Hamptons, leaving Manhattan...

An Animal Lover’s Guide to the Central Park Zoo

If you’re looking to take a walk on New York’s wild side, there’s nowhere quite like the Central Park Zoo. Nestled in the Southeast corner of Central Park, the zoo is home to dozens...

Moulin Rouge on Broadway: Spectacular, Spectacular!

It's been nearly two decades since Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge! brought the movie-musical genre back into the spotlight winning two Oscars, three Golden Globes, three BAFTAs, as well as spawning a Billboard Hot 100-topping...

The Season’s Must-Visit Art Exhibitions

The return of fall to New York City brings with it cooler temperatures, a profusion of spiced beverages and, of course, an entirely new season of art exhibitions and shows. The most preeminent museums...

How to Have the Perfect Wellness Weekend in NYC 

When visiting NYC, it’s common to get caught up in “go-mode.” A long-weekend trip easily passes in a flash when it’s booked solid with restaurant reservations, museum visits and Broadway performances. If you’re open...

The Knick’s Titanic Ties: All About John Jacob Astor IV

Everyone knows the story of the RMS Titanic, the luxurious ocean liner that sank enroute to New York on its maiden voyage in April, 1912. Among the 1,500 individuals who lost their lives in the...

Why We Love Shakespeare in the Park

Summer is Shakespeare season here in NYC, with The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park holding court in Central Park. Here's why we love it. Free For All When we say free for all, we mean...

How New Yorkers Actually Celebrate the Fourth of July

NYC feels like the embodiment of the American spirit. For people all over the world, it represents freedom, innovation, and a hard-headed sort of independence. In our opinion, there’s no better way to celebrate...

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