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Guitars Made from the Bones of New York

Written by Annie Lubin on . Posted in Real Estate

Turning demolition debris into iconic instruments      When the Chelsea Hotel closed for renovations last month, it was bemoaned as the latest victim of a changing downtown scene. The famed hotel on 23rd Street saw its fair share of notable writers, artists and musicians roam its halls during its 127-year existence. History buffs and that [&hellip
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Peeping in the Valley

Written by Annie Lubin on . Posted in Travel

When it comes to foliage, the Hudson Valley leaves no trip option behind The summer might be peak season for tourism in New York City, but venture a little further upstate and it’s all about the fall. The explosion of fall foliage that comes in early September and departs around November brings thousands of tourists [&hellip
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The Extravagance of the San Gennaro Festival

Written by Annie Lubin on . Posted in Breaking News

The word “grand” comes to mind when thinking of Little Italy’s annual Feast of San Gennaro, and for good reason. For starters, the 11-day extravaganza, which begins Sept. 15, is the longest-running, biggest outdoor festival in the city, attracting over one million people from all over the world. Add colorful parades, live entertainment ranging from [&hellip
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