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New York City

Start Spreading the News: The Big Apple Is the Place to Be a Part of the Arts
February 12, 2020

When it comes to arts and culture, arguably no city does it better than “The City So Nice, They Named it Twice.” New York, New York, comprised of boroughs Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island, has for centuries drawn artists of all kinds to its streets and institutions, with the promise of dreams […]

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See the Historic Bridges of NYC
December 11, 2019

It’s remarkable to see the hundreds of bridges that connect Manhattan to other boroughs of New York City—many of which have broken world records. Learn the stories of four famous New York City bridges that students likely won’t read about in their textbooks. BROOKLYN BRIDGE The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most popular landmarks […]

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New to Broadway This Fall
November 6, 2019

There’s nothing like experiencing the fall in New York City. Besides enjoying all the fall foliage and of course, all the pumpkin spice flavored things one could want, there are exciting things happening on Broadway. This season is filled with new shows, so grab your favorite hot beverage and scroll through this list to see […]

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5 Tips for Visiting Top of the Rock
July 31, 2019

Always high on the list for many New York City visitors is Rockefeller Center’s Top of the Rock, the 70th-floor Observation Deck with astonishing views of Manhattan and beyond. Treat students to one of the city’s most uplifting experiences—unlike anything they’ve ever seen! First, a little history. When the RCA Building (now known as 30 Rock) […]

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The World’s Most Famous Building
December 5, 2018

Named America’s Favorite Building in a poll conducted by the American Institute of Architects, the Empire State Building Observatory—which soars 1,454 feet above Midtown Manhattan from base to antenna—is one of the world’s most beloved attractions. The 86th Floor Observation Deck is open daily from 8 a.m. – 2 a.m. and offers students the highest […]

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