4 Ways to Make an Unforgettable NYC Holiday Trip

Posted on Nov 21, 2016

4 Ways to Make an Unforgettable NYC Holiday Trip

From the stunning holiday windows, to the twinkling lights on The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, celebrate the multiculturalism of New York during the holidays. Explore the various neighborhoods and see how each community decorates and celebrates in their own unique style. Make time to visit Brooklyn and witness the dazzling display that is televised. Eat […]

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3 Ideas for Celebrating New Year’s Eve in NYC

Posted on Nov 21, 2016

3 Ideas for Celebrating New Year's Eve in NYC

Celebrate New Year’s Eve in New York’s Times Square with dinner, dancing and watching The Ball Drop in Times Square! If you prefer a quieter New York experience, watch the Fireworks in Central Park at midnight with a champagne toast. Explore the Holiday Train show exhibit in The Bronx, lunch along Arthur Avenue, see the […]

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NYC Girl’s Weekend Getaway

Posted on Nov 1, 2016

NYC Girl's Weekend Getaway

Do you and your friends talk about that “fun” girl’s weekend in New York City but haven’t planned it yet?  Allow Discover New York (DNY) to do the planning for you so you can relax and enjoy the City. Your weekend will begin with dinner in one of the City’s exciting restaurants.  Based on your […]

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NYC Girl’s Shopping Weekend

Posted on Nov 1, 2016

NYC Girl's Shopping Weekend

Want to visit New York City for a weekend of shopping but have no idea where to start? Let Discover New York (DNY) be your guide to a weekend full of shopping that will include destinations beyond the shops on Fifth Avenue. Begin your weekend with dinner in one of the City’s exciting restaurants! Based […]

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Books Come to Life: Literary New York Mysteries, Romance and Thrillers

Posted on Oct 25, 2016

Books Come to Life: Literary New York Mysteries, Romance and Thrillers

“I had always imagined paradise as a kind of library”, Jorge Luis Borges Delight in the renovations of The New York Public Library’s historic Rose Main Reading Room and Bill Blass Public Catalog Room.  “These are glorious rooms, architectural gems which for over 100 years have been home to scholars, writers, students, and all members […]

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Volunteering This Thanksgiving in NYC

Posted on Oct 18, 2016

Volunteering This Thanksgiving in NYC

“Voluntourism” combines traditional travel and tourism with volunteer work.  Thanksgiving in NYC is an ideal destination to enjoy the magic of New York’s Holiday Season with time to give back to those in need. There is still time to book a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday and watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade from a variety of […]

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New York has a new Bull on Broadway

Posted on Oct 11, 2016

New York has a new Bull on Broadway

There’s a new bull on Broadway.  Since 1989 Arturo Di Modica’s bronze Charging Bull was the only bull on Broadway, attracting millions of visitors to Bowling Green to have their picture taken with the Bull. The new bull is part of a series of sculptures entitled “A Fancy Animal Carnival” by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi.  […]

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Arthur Avenue in The Bronx named “Great Street of America”

Posted on Oct 4, 2016

Arthur Avenue in The Bronx named “Great Street of America”

Known by many as the “Real Little Italy” of New York, Arthur Avenue will join the American Planning Associations’ “Great Street of America”.  Located in the Belmont section of The Bronx, yes, the same neighborhood that Dion and The Belmont’s came from, this is a great tourist destination.  It’s one of the best places to […]

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DISCOVER NEW YORK AND BEYOND ACQUIRED BY FOURTH WALL EVENTS

Posted on Sep 27, 2016

DISCOVER NEW YORK AND BEYOND ACQUIRED BY FOURTH WALL EVENTS

New York City, NY – Effective immediately, Fourth Wall Events is excited to expand its leisure and corporate destination services in New York City with the acquisition of Discover New York and Beyond. FWE (Fourth Wall Events) is an award-winning global meeting and event company with over ten years of experience producing local, national and […]

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Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit Sept 3-5, 2016

Posted on Aug 30, 2016

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit Sept 3-5, 2016

Whether you are renovating your apartment, decorating your dorm, or need inspiration, the annual Washington Square Art Fair is a wonderful Labor Day Tradition. Begun by Jackson Pollack and William de Kooning, this bi-annual event allows the artists and buyers to discuss the piece. The artists love the feedback from the clients and the clients […]

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