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The cosmopolitan city of New York offers one of the most interesting shopping experiences. With the city being a melting pot of cultures , you can find just about anything from any corner of the world.
W-WOW! RADIO puts YOU in the radio studio HERE AT THE SHOP Old-time mystery radio returns to Partners & Crime for the 2009-2010 season with two brand-new episodes each month.
The Kraine Theater is one of the most well known downtown venues featuring Off and Off-Off Broadway productions year round.
Who are we? Brooklyn Brainery is accessible education , crowdsourced to our local community. We host cheap classes on anything and everything, all determined by the things you want to learn and teach.
A surprising number of events are free and open to the public all year in New York. There are free musical performances, readings by authors, kids' events, art galleries and even free theater performances and movies.
Photographs: Gabriella Herman Start: Steinway St R/V stop End: Steinway St R/V stop Distance: 2.5 miles Time: 3 hours 1 Laziza means “delicious” in Arabic, and it’s also the perfect place to begin your multicultural trek through Astoria.
Greg Morabito, for Eater NY It's hard to keep a secret in New York for very long.
Welcome to Free Tours by Foot, New York City’s only name-your-own-price walking tour company.
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The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park Bryant Park, Sixth Ave., at 42nd St.; 212-768-4242 More than 100 booths make this European-style holiday market one of the biggest in town, while free ice skating on the park's rink makes it one of the most festive. • Dates: Nov. 5–Jan. 2; Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–9 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Grand Central Holiday Fair Lexington Ave., at 42nd St.; 212-340-2583 First, check out the kaleidoscopic light show in the main concourse. Then, sneak over to Vanderbilt Hall for the station's 12,000-square-foot impromptu mall. • Dates: Nov. 15–Dec. 24; Mon.