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5 Big-Value Must-Have Family Memberships

True New Yorkers know how to score the best deal on anything; New York parents can be especially savvy about getting the most bang for every buck. 1,746 more words

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Day 2: Manhattan, Queens, Bed-Stuy

Today I happened to bike over 20 miles while running errands across three boroughs. I am finally back at the apartment where I’m on a lease, despite not living here for six months. 11 more words

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1964 World's Fair Trip Report- Queens New York

The 1964 World’s Fair (Or what was) is a hidden gem in Queens New York. The fair opened in 1964 (What a surprise!) and it closed in 1965 (Darn!) If you have ever been to Flushing Meadows park in Queens New York, you may have seen a GIANT uni-sphere, this is there because it is left over from the World’s Fair! 236 more words

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1964 World's Fair Park Update- Queens New York

Not many people know about the 1964 World’s Fair, nor do they wish to know. But, since you’re reading this… you’re going to find out! The 1964 opened in 1964 (What a surprise!) and it closed in 1965 (Darn!) If you have ever been to Flushing Meadows park in Queens New York, you may have seen a GIANT uni-sphere, this is there because it is left over from the World’s Fair. 236 more words

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Art World Abstracts: Queens Museum Names New Director, and More!

Laura Raicovich has been named the new president and executive director of the Queens Museum, joining from Creative Time, and will fill the post of her predecessor Tom Finkelpearl, who recently left to be New York City’s cultural affairs commissioner. 337 more words