One could argue that no food item is more New York than the bagel. For a lot of people buying bagels on a Sunday morning is a ritual.
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You can see a lot of New York City from the top of a double-decker bus.
Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York (Photo: Larry Lederman)
New York City will soon be among the places where people can acquire medical marijuana with a prescription.
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In the age of e-books and digital information, are libraries still relevant? The answer is a resounding yes if you ask Michael D.D.
The New York Public Library (Photo: Flickr)
As summer comes to a close, it’s likely that orders of cold beers will turn into orders of hot toddy’s.
McSorley's Old Ale House (Photo: Wikipedia)
New York City is constantly evolving -- both above ground and underground.
Projected image of the Lowline (Image: The Lowline)
The Yale Club of New York City (Photo: Wikipedia)
Out of all five boroughs in New York City, the Bronx is often not the first that comes to mind for visitors to the Big Apple.
Cityscape: Guide to the Bronx (Photo: George Bodarky for Cityscape)
Jerome Charyn is an award-winning American author who’s published nearly 50 books.
Cityscape: Bitter Bronx (Photo:Wikimedia Commons)