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3 hrs ago | All About Jazz
Grammy-nominated New Jersey Pianist Geri Allen To Serve As Artistic Director New Jersey Performing Arts Center , in collaboration with Montclair State University will offer a new, All-Female Jazz Residency as part of NJPAC's arts education offerings.
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6 hrs ago | MyFoxNY
Renting out someone's apartment is an easy way to get an inexpensive place to stay if you're a tourist, and cheaper and more convenient than most hotels.
8 hrs ago | Hyperallergic
The public was invited inside a New York City architectural monument today for a view that has been off-limits for 27 years.
11 hrs ago | Connect Savannah
The next ThincSavannah Year of the Local event will feature a whole marketplace - mark July 11 on your calendar and get ready to shop.
15 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
A carriage horse and driver travel down the street near Central Park on April 21, 2014 in New York City.
16 hrs ago | VH1
Taylor Swift is officially a New York City resident and she's been busy changing outfits and getting photographed since the big move.
19 hrs ago | SILive.com
A month and a half after the 86th annual Academy Awards and barely a week into the 13th Tribeca Film Festival, award-winning director/producer Sam Borowski -- whose movie "Night Club" was the last theatrically released feature film in Oscar-winner Ernest Borgnine's career and one of the last movies Mickey Rooney ever made -- attended the 11th ... (more)
21 hrs ago | Business Wire
Not only does the booklet contain prepaid discount admission to the city's most iconic, must-see sights, it gives vacationers front-of-the line access to some of New York City's most popular attractions.
The streetcar is an underused resource in New York City's vast transportation network, but its uniqueness would make it a useful and popular attraction for locals and visitors alike.
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Self-described "American Artist" Scott Lobaido, whose website features a dedicated "Patriotism Gallery," has unveiled a 13-by-18-foot mural of former President Ronald Reagan dressed as some sort of greaser.
ID POP SHOP, the popular independent designer shopping experience in New York City is making a fashionable return in April with Spring's latest fashion collections.
"It was very much a bonding experience, between all of us in the choir," said Bridget Tallent, a 17-year-old senior.
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The Greater New York Councils of the Boy Scouts of America has just issued its 2013 annual report.
Two young children visiting their grandfather died on Easter Sunday morning after a fire broke out in the basement of his New York City home, fire officials said.