A Guide of Chelsea & the Meatpacking District

A Guide of Chelsea & the Meatpacking District

Not long ago, the Meatpacking district was only cool because of the enormous, meat-filled fridges piled and prepared for shipment from the New York Harbor; but today, the neighborhoods of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District work together in formulating one of the trendiest areas in New York City. No longer stuffed with only meat, this west village region hosts only the chicest and most hip places to eat, shop and go out.  Read more

Summertime Family-Friendly Getaways in New York City

Summertime Family-Friendly Getaways in New York City

Taking a family vacation to New York City during the summer brings plenty to do to please everyone. Of course you want to see the classics in the heart of Manhattan, but what about exploring the underrated and pleasantly surprising summer hotspots outside of the concrete jungle? Here are our best suggestions to help you better navigate the city and plan some off-the-beaten path activities away from the most common touristy places.

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Top 10 Activities of August 2018 in NYC

Top 10 Activities of August 2018 in NYC

We are at the “what-the-heck-happened-to-summer” phase. How is it already AUGUST? Luckily, it will be easy to use this last month of summer to the fullest with all of the events New York City is offering. Take a look at our top August activities of 2018.

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2018 Fourth of July in NYC

2018 Fourth of July in NYC

July is just around the corner; you know what that means- America’s 242nd birthday is almost here! Have a very cheery 4th of July this summer in New York City while celebrating America’s Independence with friends and families, cookouts, cruises, beaches, rooftop parties and fireworks. Check out what you can find in NYC to complete your festive day full of red, white, and blue.

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What Happened to The Soldiers From Harlem Who Fought for France?

What Happened to The Soldiers From Harlem Who Fought for France?

While Emmanuel Macron has just celebrated the commemorations of the entry of the United States into the First World War, the fate of the 15th infantry regiment of the National guards of New York, composed of African Americans remains unknown to this day. Indeed, the voluntary soldiers were present in the trenches to help the French, their bravery was greeted by the French Army, but unfortunately, not so much from their own country, the United States because of their skin color.

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