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A new book by performing arts photographer, Steve Sherman, looks at the last 6 years of Leonard Bernstein's life.
This morning we're exploring some New York City museums that are off the beaten path.
New York City's museum mile runs along 82nd to 104th steets in Manhattan. Along the mile you'll find widely recognized museums like the Museum of the City of New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Guggenheim. You've probably heard of or visited at least one of these museums, but have you ever heard of the International Paper Museum in New York City?
An exploration of NYC New Year's Day traditions.
Today marks the first day of 2011, and New York City is home to several special New Year’s traditions, the most notable of which already took place -- the ball drop in Times Square. But there are other traditional celebrations in the city worth talking about.