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Fall Escapes: The Hudson Valley

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Did you know that New York State is home to some of the most incredible scenic driving routes and byways in the U.S.? Close to New York City is the Hudson Valley where...

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Adventures Away

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These favorites offer the perfect excuse for an active weekend away from the hustle and bustle...

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A Cultured Pearl In The Sand

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If the typical modern mega resort is not to your liking, there is a pearl in the sand, which provides the amenities of a large resort...

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525 West 52ND Street

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Head west to Hell’s Kitchen—one of the most changing neighborhoods in all of Manhattan. Here you’ll find 525W52, a new rental development brought to us by Taconic...

NYC’S Last Hidden Treasure

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Morningside Heights, the hilly terrain between Cathedral Parkway and West 125th Street, was largely undeveloped until the opening of Morningside Park in 1887. World-renowned scholars began to settle in shortly after that...

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One Manhattan Square

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Extell, one of the best developers in the city, continues to impress. With such projects as The Kent and The Carlton House it has done it again. At the edge of the East River...

Machiavelli Restaurant

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Eating at Machiavelli is like stepping back in time to a Florentine village during the Renaissance. Murals inspired by “The Battle of San Romano” by Paolo Uccello—a 15th-century Florentine painter—adorn the walls, wrought iron chandeliers...

A Pinot Noir By Any Other Name

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Early in our wine adventures, we took a tasting class upstate. Our instructor, B.J. Schwinghammer, who can be best described as a rock and roll sommelier, complete with...

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