Keeping Up With The Paul

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    NYC Restaurant Week—To Go

    January 04

    From improvised outdoor seating, curbside pickup, and deliveries near and far, one thing is for sure: you love NYC restaurants and they love you, too! The good news? NYC Restaurant Week is adapting to this moment in time by turning your go tos into to gos! With a few changes in place, let us help break down every last detail.

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    'Tis the Season

    December 17

    While it’s no secret that the holidays will look a bit different this year, there are still an endless amount of festive activities that will keep the magic alive in New York City. And what better time than now to revel in cheesy, over-the-top, holiday cheer!?

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    A Tradition Here to Stay

    November 17

    While many events this year have been canceled or postponed, there is at least one annual tradition that’s here to stay—the beloved Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, with a twist.

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    NYC's Best Fall Foliage

    October 06

    As we leave summer behind, the city is abuzz with the “best things to do this fall”, which typically includes which museums to experience and the most stunning outdoor dining options to indulge in. But, for many New Yorkers, catching the best of the city’s fall foliage has become quite the tradition.

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    NYC Museums: The Comeback

    August 11

    Whether it’s your first or fiftieth visit to The City, a trip to one of its famed museums should always be at the top of your itinerary. Though their reopening has been placed last on the list for New York City’s phased reboot schedule, a few of the renowned locations have found a way to welcome visitors back.

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    Our NYC Favorites

    July 16

    With famous sites and a whirlwind of activity, New York is one of the greatest cities in the world. In fact, most people who have visited the Big Apple will tell you that they never have enough time to see it all. So that you can make the most out of your next visit, we’ve rounded up our favorite, must-see spots.

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    A Digital Escape To The City

    June 08

    It’s no secret that most of us have been, and still are, missing Manhattan. It’s also no secret that most of us are partaking in the modern day activity of streaming movies while stuck at home. Though we’re not able to experience an action packed Manhattan at the moment, these NYC based films offer a digital escape to the Big Apple.

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    5 Facts About Manhattan You Probably Didn’t Know

    May 07

    We all know and love Manhattan, but how well do we really know New York’s most coveted borough? Let’s dive a little deeper into this celebrated city.

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    A Look Into the History of Chelsea

    April 06

    On the west side of downtown Manhattan lies Chelsea: a once industry hub that is now one of the city’s most cultural havens. Over the past 200 years, the neighborhood’s boundaries have been stretched far beyond its original ten-square-block-span. But, where did it all begin?

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    Brooklyn Chocolate, Wine & Whiskey Festival

    March 05

    Just when you thought your trip to New York City couldn’t get any better! Hop over the bridge to Brooklyn for a day for the Brooklyn Chocolate, Wine, & Whiskey Festival at the Brooklyn EXPO Center on Saturday, March 7th, from 12 pm to 8:30 pm.

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    Explore the Museum of Modern Art in Midtown Manhattan

    February 03

    New to New York City? We know just the place for you to explore for the day. From collection galleries to live performances, the Museum of Modern Art, also known as the MoMA, is compiled of the largest and most influential museums of modern art in the world.

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    Explore The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    January 06

    Looking to expand your horizons? A trip to The Met is just what you need. Well-known as the largest art museum in the United States, this museum is always filled with fascinating art and exhibitions. Whether you visit the city often or it’s your first time in the Big Apple, there’s always something new to see.

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    Bryant Park's Winter Village

    December 02

    One of the best times to visit NYC is when the streets are glowing with lights. Gather your loved ones, bundle up, and ease into the holiday spirit.

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    The 93rd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    November 01

    The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is a can’t-miss experience if you’re in New York City for Thanksgiving. For 93 years, this Emmy Award-winning tradition has over 3.5 million attendees, over 8,000 participants, and over 50 million people viewing at home with their families on this special day. 

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    New York’s 46th Annual Village Halloween Parade

    October 01

    Ever wanted to be part of the world’s largest Halloween procession? Now’s the time! On Thursday, October 31st, the Village Halloween Parade takes over Greenwich Village with an incredibly unique public celebration, and a can’t-miss event if you’re in town! 

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    Manhattan’s Chelsea Neighborhood

    September 02

    With the recent summer heatwave hitting the Empire State, being out in the sun for too long can feel exhausting. Lucky enough, here in the concrete jungle, it cools down a bit at night during this time of year, which can be the optimal time to get out and explore the city. To see the most of what NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood has to offer, an evening stroll along the High Line is absolutely essential.

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