Why Do You Love NYC? + Naked Cowboy Earns More Than You'd Think + New York, Then and Now + More Linkage

by Tracy Kaler
Riding the subway is an adventure, or perhaps it's more like roulette. {NY Times}

Michelin stars are pretty popular in NYC. {Star 2}

Patti Smith shares her New York, then and now. {Elle}


Cocktail Like a Parisian in New York City

by Tracy Kaler
So many cocktails, so little time. {via Girls' Guide to Paris}
If I haven't made it clear by now, I've developed an infatuation with all things French. I hope to make it back to Paris next year (more on this later), but until that time, I can indulge my inner Francophile in New York and cocktail like a Parisian when I need a fix. In fact, there's no better way to gear up for a future trip to France than to partake in the fantastic food and endless nightlife options we have available in NYC.


10 Terms I Learned After I Moved to NYC

 by Lauren Malamala
What terms have learned since you move to NYC? {credit}
Whenever I travel or move to a new city, I make it a point to embrace the culture and learn the local slang as fast as possible. And like any region with a strong cultural identity, New York City is home to a collection of words and phrases one only hears while living in or visiting Gotham. Even though it took a while for me to hear everything on this list during casual conversation, eventually, each word became part of my vocabulary. These are the top terms I learned after I moved to NYC.


The Advantages of Growing Old in New York City

Growing old in New York has its advantages. {credit}
Do you ever think about growing old? Since I moved to New York, I've come to realize how quickly life passes by. As the clock ticks and minutes flash, I believe there's a very good chance I'll grow old in New York City. You might think – that's years away. So why do I imagine this late point in my life now?

What to Do in New York City on Halloween

by Tracy Kaler
Zombies will be out in full force on Halloween in NYC.
Like other holidays in NYC, we New Yorkers like to celebrate Halloween in a spectacular way. (Imagine the crazy costumes we can create behind our closed apartment doors.)


A Foodie Guide to New York City's Chinatown

by Lauren Malamala
Adventurous eaters can appreciate the foods in Chinatown. {credit}
Located right below Little Italy and spanning from Broadway to Essex, Chinatown is a bustling area with tons of restaurants, cafes, and outdoor Asian markets. In this growing neighborhood, people will come across authentic Asian dishes and ingredients that can’t be found anywhere else in the city.
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