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St. Paul’s Chapel and Cemetery

St. Paul’s Chapel and Cemetery

Jul 02 2013

Rebuilding and Remembrance My freshman English class barely remembers 9/11. As well they shouldn’t; they were two or three years old, after all. It’s like…

Brooklyner Weisse Brooklyn Brewery

Brooklyn Brewery

Jun 27 2013

25 years of inventive brewing goodness in the heart of Brooklyn Did you know that Pre-Prohibition New York once accounted for 10% of the beer…

Shake Shack

Shake Shack

Jun 23 2013

Your new favorite burger Shake Shack feels like a miracle. In Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ongoing war on fat and sugar, the restaurant chain keeps growing…

cat teapot Alice’s Tea Cup (Chapter II)

Alice’s Tea Cup (Chapter II)

Jun 22 2013

A Little Bit of Wonderland in New York City New York is built on hyperbole. It’s the “City that Never Sleeps”, the “Capital of the…

Katz's Deli Katz’s Delicatessen

Katz’s Delicatessen

Jun 21 2013

There are many notable delicatessens in New York City, but there’s only one Katz’s. You know that scene in When Harry Met Sally? It starts…

Eataly

Eataly

Jun 20 2013

Italy under one roof Eataly sounds like the Manhattan Project of Italian food. UniEuro’s Oscar Farinetti, PBS’s Lidia Bastianich and celebrity chef Mario Batali unite…

New York Public Library Exterior New York Public Library

New York Public Library

Jun 19 2013

Much More Than Books This century-old landmark is a hub of intellectual development that helped people develop the Polaroid camera, the Xerox photocopier, Ripley’s Believe…