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Summer Fun in New York: Dumpster Pools & Rooftop Bars

Summer Fun in New York: Dumpster Pools & Rooftop Bars August 10, 2010 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
There are still a few more weeks left of summer, and the weather is steamy here in New York City. Around this time of year, a lot of New Yorkers tend to flee the sweltering city for the beach or some other more relaxing vacation spot. For those who remain, however, and for those out-of-town visitors...

A Nightclub for Dogs?

A Nightclub for Dogs? April 30, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
Judging by the prevalence of designer doggie sweaters that come out in the colder months, it’s clear that New Yorkers are crazy about their pooches. But how much is too much? As reported in the New York Post last weekend, next month will see the opening of the Fetch Club, a 3,000-foot indoor dog...

NYC’s Best Rooftop Bars & Restaurants

NYC’s Best Rooftop Bars & Restaurants April 29, 2010 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
New York City is gearing up for some warmer weather—in anticipation of summer, here are five of the city’s most inviting rooftops, ready for your eating and drinking pleasure. No memberships or secret keys required. mad46 The new rooftop bar at the Roosevelt Hotel (open limited hours now, full...

How to Experience Live Music in NYC

How to Experience Live Music in NYC April 12, 2010 | Nightlife, Travel Tips | Read More
This isn’t the New York of the ‘60s, when new bands were being formed seemingly by the minute that shaped the entire music scene, but that creative energy has stayed strong. Bands small and large make it a point to stop by New York on tours, making for great performances nearly every day of the week. One...

Take a Walk on the Dark Side of NYC

Take a Walk on the Dark Side of NYC April 12, 2010 | Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
We’ve told you about some of the quirkier museums you can find in New York, and here’s a new one to add to the list! Located in a former speakeasy on St. Mark’s Place in the East Village, the Museum of the American Gangster gives visitors a window into Prohibition-era New York, ruled...

The Manhattan: Who, What, Where, Now

The Manhattan: Who, What, Where, Now March 25, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
Dating back to 1874 and the old Manhattan Club, the Manhattan has New York written all over it. J.P. Morgan even used to have one at the end of each trading day. As rye, the foundation of this cocktail, went out of style, so did the drink, but with a resurgence of classic and classic-with-a-twist cocktail...

Haunted New York

Haunted New York March 23, 2010 | Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Every city has its ghost stories—I’ll always remember a spooky walk through Edinburgh‘s Greyfriars cemetery, for example—and New York is no exception. Though it can’t claim as rich a haunted history as places like New Orleans or Savannah, and it can’t boast an Alcatraz of...