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16 Separate Tornadoes Pummeled Upstate New York In Just One Week

Published: July 23, 2024 16:41

According to New York Upstate, 16 separate tornadoes have hammered upstate New York in just seven days, the most on record since official tornado records began in 1950. The previous record was 13 in July of 1992, according to data from the The publisher…

NYC Landlords Will Be Required To Provide AC During Summer Months, If Law Meets Approval

Published: July 23, 2024 16:00

Following NYC’s consecutive this month in what’s proving to possibly be the , local officials are working to ensure all New Yorkers during these intense times. A new could amend the administrative code of the city of New York to require landlords to…

Enjoy A Spellbinding Summer At ‘Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’

Published: July 23, 2024 15:45

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child brings your favorite wizards to Broadway with breathtaking theatrical magic. Now playing at the Lyric Theatre (214 W 43rd St.), .  Return to Hogwarts and join Harry and his son, Albus, on a mind-blowing new adventure…

A Pokémon Pop-Up Store Heads To SoHo Next Week For 3 Days Only

Published: July 23, 2024 15:32

Grab your pokéballs and work on your thunderbolt–, a little, hidden Pokémon card store in NYC is opening a big, non-hidden Pokémon pop-up in SoHo next Pokémon fans of all levels will have the chance to peruse cards, merch, special limited swag drops,…

Outdoor E-Bike Charging Cabinets Are Hitting NYC Sidewalks

Published: July 23, 2024 12:01

Big news for e-bike users as new and accessible charging cabinets will be making their way to NYC streets—infrastructure that is currently prohibited. Under this new action, property owners or commercial tenants can apply for a permit to add these charging…

Here Are The Top Free Things To Do At World Trade Center This Summer

Published: July 22, 2024 20:21

Get a little slice of relaxation in the heart of bustling Downtown. There are many free things to do this summer at the World Trade Center Oculus. From enjoying wellness activities to shopping, film, and food, there’s plenty that will enrich the rest of…

6 Captivating VR Experiences In NYC To Step Into Right Now

Published: July 22, 2024 20:08

NYC is home to so many options of entertainment, it’s kind of overwhelming! From live entertainment like to individualized experiences like and virtual reality adventures, there’s so much fun to be had. We’re talking thrilling and immersive games and…

NYC Ferry Fare Rises To $4.50 This September

Published: July 22, 2024 17:43

It’ll soon be more expensive to ride the NYC Ferry as they recently announced that a fare hike will go into effect this September, raising single-trip tickets to $4.50 from $4. Beyond single-trip tickets, a ten-trip ticket bundle will also increase from…

West Nile Virus Has Been Detected In All 5 Boroughs–Here’s What You Need To Know

Published: July 22, 2024 16:47

One thing we all dread in the is the endlessly itchy mosquito bites, and this summer you’re going to want to load up on the bug spray more than ever before as West Nile Virus has been detected in all five NYC boroughs. From how you can contract it to what…

Rockefeller Center Will Transform Into The Ultimate Olympics Hub With Athlete Visits, Parisian Food, Photo-Ops, & More

Published: July 22, 2024 14:56

Though the 2024 Summer Olympics, officially branded as Olympic Games Paris 2024, is set to take place in France from July 26th through August 11th (with some competitions starting as early as July 24th), us New Yorkers will have a chance to partake in…

Newly Discovered Moon Caves Could Shelter Future Astronauts

Published: July 22, 2024 14:16

After the recent passing of , a and the ongoing , we’re all about space as of late. And in groundbreaking news, scientists have just discovered a lunar cave within the Sea of Tranquility (another name for the moon’s surface) thanks to NASA’s Lunar…

If You Rent In NYC, You’re Paying 164% More Than The Average American

Published: July 22, 2024 11:14

Sure, we pay a steep penny to be in NYC, but that’s what it takes to live in the . Although, when put into numbers, it hurts a bit more knowing we’re among the top 10 most expensive places to rent in America. According to a new study from QR code…

TSA Plans To Lift 3.4-Ounce Liquid Limit: What Travelers Must Know

Published: July 22, 2024 08:36

Packing your liquids for a trip can be an absolute nightmare. With TSA’s 3-1-1 rule (meaning all liquids 3.4 ounces or less in a quart sized bag), you sometimes are forced to leave your favorite perfume, sunscreen or other beloved products behind.…

Feel Like a Kid Again With These Fun Experiences In and Around NYC

Published: July 19, 2024 16:08

With all the responsibilities of being an adult, there are moments when you want to break free and indulge in activities that bring out your inner child in NYC—even if it’s just for a day! Luckily, we have everything you need to do that! From  and…

7 Freshest Fish Markets In NYC To Buy Your Seafood At

Published: July 19, 2024 15:46

If you’re a seafood lover in NYC, it’s safe to say you’re pretty spoiled. Not only is there some of the world’s , but you can easily scour some of the fresh, high-quality oceanic delights for yourself. There’s plenty of world-class fish markets around NYC…

This Stunning Drive Through Long Island Runs Past Lighthouses, Quaint Towns, Wineries, & Seaside Restaurants

Published: July 19, 2024 15:29

We love ourselves a good road trip–especially since New York was named the –but there’s one route on Long Island that’s particularly spectacular: the North Fork Trail Scenic Byway! On the North Fork Trail you’ll wind your way through , charming hamlets,…

Status Update On NYC Trains, Buses & Flights Following Worldwide IT Outage

Published: July 19, 2024 13:22

While New Yorkers slept this morning, a massive IT outage from Microsoft disrupted trains, planes, and businesses all over the world. According to cyber security firm CrowdStrike, the outage was a result of an update gone wrong to technology using…

We Call It Flamenco Is A Dance Show Adding Some Andalusian Passion To The City

Published: July 19, 2024 11:33

A lot can be communicated by the simple gesture of a hand, a graceful twirl, and rhythmic foot stomping. Discover in New York for an almost hypnotizing display of the flamenco’s very best aspects. Between the romantic guitar playing, daring choreography,…

July’s Full Thunder Moon Will Crack Open NYC Skies With Light This Weekend

Published: July 19, 2024 09:00

This month’s full moon will brighten NYC skies on Sunday, July 21st, weather permitting. The best time to catch it in all of its glory will be just after sunset, even though it will actually reach peak illumination earlier in the day at 6:17am. This is…

NYC Now Has Its First Official Disc Golf Course

Published: July 18, 2024 16:59

While pickleball takes NYC by storm–transforming Central Park’s Wollman Rink into a and 12 brand new pickleball courts set to –there’s another sport working to make its presence known in NYC: Disc Golf. Never heard of Disc Golf is? Well you’re going to…

7 Best Places To Go Surfing Near NYC This Summer

Published: July 18, 2024 16:25

Cowabunga dude! Sure, we may not be on the West Coast like our friends at but believe it or not…NYC has some gnarly spots to go surfing during the summer. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned shredder, there’s some pretty accessible shores you can surf…

Here’s What We Know About The New Porte Festival…So Far

Published: July 18, 2024 16:18

Details have been pretty hush hush about the brand new . This new experience in Brooklyn boasts to have a stellar lineup of musicians, food, shopping vendors, panelists and so much more! As more details unfold we’ll continue to update but for now, here’s…

These Are The Most Instagrammed NYC Spots Mentioned In Taylor Swift Songs

Published: July 18, 2024 16:05

Taylor Swift sings more than just about her exes, guys–she also often sings about New York City! I mean, she does have a song titled Welcome To New York after all. And new data has analyzed each of the NYC landmarks featured in Swift’s music to find the…

12 Pickleball Courts To Open Beneath The Brooklyn Bridge

Published: July 18, 2024 10:32

CityPickle, known for transforming , is bringing more pickleball playtime underneath the Brooklyn Bridge. The area, better known as Anchorage Plaza, will receive a much needed revitalization with 12 pickleball courts, after gaining approval from the NYC…

15 Lesser-Known Museums In NYC That Are Total Hidden Gems

Published: July 17, 2024 17:42

Everyone knows about the Met and the MOMA but what about some of New York’s lesser known museums? It can be a little overwhelming at times to figure out which of or to pay a visit too, but how about the ones you may not even know about! Check out this list…

NYC To Install 7 Miles Of A Special Kind Of Pavement To Combat Flooding

Published: July 17, 2024 16:46

We’ve seen time and time again heavy rain to bring substantial flooding to NYC–these blew our minds back in September of last year–and NYC officials have just unveiled their plan to combat flooding: porous pavement. The NYC Department of Environmental…

A Sonic Drive-Through Has Opened In NYC For The First Time Ever

Published: July 17, 2024 15:27

Though fast food chain Sonic already had two locations in NYC–South Williamsburg and –what neither of those locations had was a drive-through. And yes, while we know most people in NYC don’t even have a driver’s license let alone a car, NYC’s first Sonic…

This Is The Reason NYC Is So F&%*ing Hot Right Now

Published: July 17, 2024 14:48

Each year when the hits many New Yorkers pack their bags and wave sayonara to the city, and they do so for one reason: to escape the scorching heat. As we profusely sweat through the third of what is one of the , we’re just over here wondering “why is NYC…

5 Cent Franks Are Back At Nathan’s For Today Only

Published: July 17, 2024 14:38

After recently hosting the annual , Nathan’s is back with even more summer fun by dropping franks down to their original price of 5 cents, like they were in 1916. For context, the beloved hot dog typically puts you out about $5 in today’s age. Hot dog…

Try Our Secret, Off-Menu Cocktail Now Available At Bandits—& It’s Only $10

Published: July 17, 2024 11:15

Whether you’re looking to impress a or simply your tase buds, we know just where to recommend! From Wednesday, July 17th until Saturday, August 17th, New Yorkers can order an off-menu cocktail at Bandits known as the Secret Mai Tai. A confidential blend of…

A Blazing 38,000MPH Meteor Lights Up Sky Above Statue Of Liberty, NASA Reports

Published: July 17, 2024 09:36

If you were among those who heard a loud boom between 10am and noon on Tuesday, July 16th, no it wasn’t an alien invasion (though we’re only two hours away from the , but what NASA’s claimed to be a “fireball” or meteor passing over NYC. What was the…

Here’s Why NYC Has Never Hosted The Olympics—& Probably Won’t Anytime Soon

Published: July 17, 2024 08:08

Since the first Olympic Games in Athens in 1896, NYC has never once hosted the worldwide tournament. Other U.S. cities such as Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and Georgia have hosted the games, and even Lake Placid, New York was home to the 1980 & 1932 Winter…

10 Fantastic Kid-Friendly Day Trips From NYC To Plan This Summer

Published: July 16, 2024 20:35

With school officially being out for , you may be thinking about a new way to entertain your kid in the city! Sure there’s so many great , but why not try something a little beyond city limits? We put together a list of family-friendly day trip ideas that…

Michelin-Recognized Mission Ceviche To Bring Deliciously Vibrant Peruvian Fare To Union Square

Published: July 16, 2024 17:33

When Mission Ceviche first walked into the NYC dining scene in 2015 it did so via a little ceviche booth in the Gansevoort Market. Their mission was to connect NYC foodies through the unique lens of Peruvian cuisine, and once opening their first brick and…

You Can Mine For Glistening 500 Million-Year-Old Herkimer Diamonds In NY

Published: July 16, 2024 14:12

We’re trying to fill our with new experiences and things we haven’t done before, and New York just so happens to be filled with exciting places to visit, like Herkimer Diamond Mines! Herkimer Diamond Mines are above ground “surface mines” that give…

This Charming Historic Seaside Village Is Just A 3 Hour Train From NYC

Published: July 16, 2024 11:55

Spend your summer in Greenport, where the streets are lined with art galleries and ice cream shops and the water is always just a hop, skip and a jump away. As of 2022, this little village only had a population of 2,583 folks. Find all of the magic that…

This 60-Foot-Tall Sparkling Emerald Waterfall Oasis Is Under 3 Hours From NYC

Published: July 16, 2024 09:58

It isn’t without around New York. And though some trails offer as company, we know about a little place where you can discover a glittering waterfall not far from NYC! It’s known as Bash Bish Falls, right near the border of New York and Massachusetts.…