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If you’re visiting New York mainly for the museums and cultural attractions, then the new Whitney is not to be missed.
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A Chelsea favorite and a New York art world veteran exhibiting risky emerging artists.
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You won’t be mistaking it for Soho House, but perfect when you’re desperate for a dip in New York.
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What began as a dream to save an unused railroad track has become New York’s newest and coolest park.
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SoHo gallery dedicated to preserving and exhibiting gay art with a chance to create your erotic masterpiece.
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The legendary amusement park Coney Island has been through more loopty loops than its famed roller coasters and is home to the smaller, but still fun playground, Luna Park.
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Join us on a photo tour of New York with images by architectural photographer Marc Goodwin.
Read more: Photos: New York by Marc Goodwin
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America’s premier performing arts venue. Made up of twelve world class institutions, this huge complex has it all.
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Wine, dine and party your way from Midtown East down to SoHo as one of the world’s most important furniture fairs hits town.
If your idea of paying tribute to the Declaration of Independence involves dancing with half naked men and a boatload of trannies, then head straight to the Pines.
High tops and sandy bottoms. Fire Island’s all-nighter sunset-to-sunrise party takes place on the beach.
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