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FAO Schwartz
March 21, 2016. by

A place for kids of all ages Remember Tom Hanks in the 80s hit, BIG? Well who’s showing their age now? Now rack that geriatric brain of yours. Do you remember him playing Chopsticks on a giant plastic piano? That happened at FAO Schwarz. Until late 2015, it still existed. Sadly, the store is currently […]

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Heroes of Gotham Exhibit
March 7, 2016. by

New York has been the spiritual home of superheroes since the 1920s. Moonlighting under the pseudonym, Gotham City (among other titles), it has been defended by might bat-like men, kryptonite-sensitive beings from other planets, lasso-wielding, Nazi-fighting Amazonians and web slinging science lab nerds. For two months, the New York Historical Society paid homage to these […]

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Little Lions Cat Cafe, NY
February 20, 2016. by

Cat cafes are by no means a new phenomenon. They have gradually filtered around the world from their original home, Japan, where themed cafes are a big point of difference. Sadly, maid cafes with beautiful cosplay girls and owl cafes, with very cute owls flying around and perching on the backs of chairs have yet […]

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Restaurant Week NY
February 10, 2016. by

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New York Coffee
February 7, 2016. by

Everything you’ve ever heard about Americans and their inability to make a good coffee is true, or at least has been true. Traditionally, caw-fee has been the name of a thick, back, gurgling, cancerous sludge served out of old stained percolator jugs. When tipped own the drain, it has the power to turn rats into […]

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Greenpoint, Brooklyn
February 2, 2016. by

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Katz’s Deli
February 2, 2016. by

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Lomography
February 1, 2016. by

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Staten Island
February 1, 2016. by

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