Read This Before You Cross the Brooklyn Bridge

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Yeah, anyone can cross the Brooklyn Bridge, but I’m guessing you’re here because you want something more than a quick stroll over some random landmark. You’re here because you like being an informed explorer. You want to go beyond the superficial experiences…

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Four NYC Bridges You’ll Like More Than the Brooklyn Bridge

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge is on everyone’s NYC bucket list, but it shouldn’t be the only bridge on your list. NYC has over 2,000 bridges, and many of them are pedestrian friendly. A few of them are even more enjoyable than the…

NYC Lite: 5 Places to Go in New York If You Want to Avoid Crowds

Don't feel like reading right now? Press play and I'll read this post to you! We've been through a lot during past few months. I can't blame you if the thought of typical New York with its packed trains and congested sidewalks makes you a little nervous right now. But while crowds are one of…

Grant’s Tomb: An NYC Presidential Memorial that’s Full of Surprises

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Several presidents have called NYC home at some point in their lives but only one has made the city his final resting place. General Ulysses S. Grant may not have had as strong a tie to the city as Theodore Roosevelt or…

Need a Pick-me-up? Look at These Inspiring NYC Spots

As much as New York likes to tout itself as the greatest city in the world, it's one of the toughest places to craft a life. Between rent prices as high as the city's skyscrapers, soul-crushing day jobs with brutal hours, and competition for everything from school spots to subway seats, it's easy to feel…

7 NYC Places You Can Visit Via Video

Who says you need to be in New York to get the New York experience? Ideally, it would be best to pound the pavement, taste the pizza, and smell New York's signature aroma of hot garbage/stale coffee/urine/roasted peanuts #5 in person, but that's not always possible. Fortunately, there are plenty of online resources to help…

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See What It’s Like Inside the Chrysler Building

The Chrysler Building is the caged exotic dancer of the NYC skyline: you can look at her but you can't touch. At least, that's what I believed until recently. It turns out the Chrysler Building will welcome you into her cage, but she'll never let you climb the bars. I know, that metaphor was weird.…

Things to do in NYC March 2020

Top Things To Do in NYC: March 2020

Let’s hope that we’re marching toward better weather this month (Get it?). Whether it’s rain or shine, there are always fun things to do in NYC. Here’s what’s happening in March:Philip K. Dick Film Festival | March 4 - 8, 2020Have an interest in the puzzling, the metaphysical, or the downright eerie? The annual Philip…

10 Unique Romantic NYC Date Ideas to Try

New York may not be known as the "city of love"—in fact, it has a reputation as being one of the toughest places for singles who are trying to find relationships—but even the most jilted daters can't deny that there are tons of romantic things to do in New York City. Whether you are making…

The Best Free Things to Do in NYC

Whether you live here or you are just traveling through, you've probably heard that NYC has a reputation of eating up your money. But as a certified cheapskate who is certainly not swimming in a stream of dollar bills, I'm here to tell you that it doesn't have to be this way! It's more than…