Events

Sing for Hope Pianos

Sing for Hope Pianos is New York City’s largest recurring public art project. Throughout this month, these artist-designed pianos have been placed throughout many parks and public spaces for anyone to play. After this year’s project is done, the pianos will be donated to NYC public schools to support creative programs and enrich students’ lives. Sing for Hope works with under-resourced schools, hospitals, and community centers throughout the five boroughs to grow the arts community in the city. In addition to the.

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Prom Safety Tips

Prom season is one of the most memorable moments in anyone’s high school years. It’s the night everyone spends countless hours preparing for and the night they’ll be talking about for years to come. However, there are many dangers and pressures that come along with this event. See our top suggestions below for how your child can have a safe, memorable, and enjoyable prom night. 1. Drive Safely. On prom night, there is a lot of stress, excitement, and possibly pressure to.

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The Best Dog Parks in NYC

With the weather getting warmer, it’s the perfect time to take your furry friend on an adventure! Pack your pet’s favorite treats and head out to one of New York City’s amazing dog parks. See our top picks below! 1. Madison Square Dog Park Run This park is perfect for dogs of all sizes! There is a private, fenced-off area for smaller dogs to play safely and a larger area for the big dogs to run. While your dog plays to their.

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Spring 2017 in New York City

There’s nothing quite as perfect as spring in New York City. Flowers are popping up around the concrete jungle, the dog parks are buzzing with happy pups, and there’s so much to do before the hazy days of summer set in. Make the most of the season with our favorite suggestions below. 1. Stroll through a park When you think of New York, Central Park is probably the first lace that comes to mind. Venture out to one of NYCs other parks.

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St. Patrick’s Day in NYC

As an old Irish toast says, “For each petal on the shamrock, this brings a wish your way. Good health, good luck, and happiness, for today and every day.” Spread some of that good luck and cheer this St. Patrick’s Day! Join the fun at the famous St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which can be viewed from 5th Avenue, and travels from 44th Street to 79th Street. After the parade, get some traditional Irish food with friends and loved ones at one of our.

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Valentine’s Day in NYC

With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, it’s time to start thinking of how you’ll be spending the day with your loved one! Here are some of our favorite classic, romantic, and unique picks for the perfect Valentine’s Day date in New York City. Love in Times Square Head out to Love in Times Square for the most romantic day of the year. There will be vow renewals, surprise proposals, weddings, and more! Be sure to stop by to admire the.

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NYC Broadway Week

New York theater is a magical experience. Take advantage of amazing deals starting tomorrow, January 17th for NYC Broadway Week! These offers run through February 5th, so make sure you get your tickets soon. Using the code BWAYWK, you can score 2-for-1 tickets for some of the most amazing shows on Broadway. There are so many shows that are perfect for the whole family or for an adults-only date night. Here are the participating shows: Aladdin Beautiful: The Carole King Musical A.

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Gingerbread Lane at the New York Hall of Science

Gingerbread houses are as fun to eat as they are to build! Join the New York Hall of Science for the wrap-up of their Gingerbread Lane display now through January 15th. This Guinness World Record breaking event takes an entire year to put together. Baker Jon Lovitch plans, bakes, builds, and decorates this impressive (and delicious) gingerbread display in the hopes of breaking his own record for the largest gingerbread village. After the event is over, the New York Hall of Science.

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The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden

The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden is a must-see event in the Bronx. Your entire family will feel the magic of the season as they watch model trains roll through impressive displays. This dazzling exhibit’s 150 landmarks include iconic New York locations such as Coney Island and the newly added Queensboro bridge. This display features nearly a half-mile of track with over a dozen large-scale model trains. The impressive landmarks are crafted out of real bark, leaves, and.

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A Guide to NYC’s Holiday Markets

Looking for a fun winter activity? New York has tons of holiday markets that feature mouth-watering food, local crafts, gift ideas, and more. Here are some of our favorite markets this holiday season. The Winter Village at Bryant Park With over 125 stands featuring jewelry, crafts, and delicious food The Winter Village at Bryant Park has something for everyone. If holiday shopping is not your cup of tea, the park also features an ice skating rink complete with skate rentals and lessons..

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