The spookiest season has arrived, filled with haunted houses and pumpkins, apple cider and hard cider, pizza and…pickles. Yet, even though Halloween is THE most anticipated event in New York in October, there are plenty of other arty, fun and festive events going on this month. Be sure not to miss a beat. Here’s our selection of the 10 best things to do in NYC in October 2019.Read more
There is hardly anything more spectacular than standing high above the city streets, gazing at the expansive magnificence of New York City. As a visitor or resident, a particular profound appreciation for this mega-city’s grandeur and excellence is experienced when viewed from an observation deck, especially Top of the Rock, the Empire State Building, and One World Observatory. Here is a comparison of these three world-famous and highly sought after observatories so you can make the most of your NYC trip!
Celebrate Harlem’s historic and cultural richness during HARLEM WEEK, a Harlem-based month-long festival running from July 28 to August 31, 2019. HARLEM WEEK celebrates this year its 45th anniversary with a very strong theme: Our Local History Creates a Global Impact, highlighting the impact and influence of Harlem on the world. What originally started as a small tribute has now become one of New York’s longest running events, with over 100 events spread across the whole neighborhood, celebrating Harlem’s culture and brilliance. Here is a shortlist of the events you should not miss.
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, from dance festivals to food events and colorful parades. Take a look at our top August activities of 2019.Read more
July 4th is just around the corner; you know what that means- America’s 243rd 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.