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Hanging Out With The Huxtables In Brooklyn Heights

By Seth Fera-Schanes

The Cosby Show from the 1980′s and early 1990′s was set in the neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights.  I am sure you are familiar with the show but if you aren’t familiar with this section of New York City, put it on your ‘must visit’ list the next time you are in town.   176 more words

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11 Asian Restaurants You Should Visit On The Upper West Side And Morningside Heights

By Chris Ellis and Seth Fera-Schanes

Our man In Morningside Heights, Chris Ellis, knows the best Asian restaurants in his neighborhood.  I offered a few of my own suggestions and together we have the definitive list of the 11 places you should visit if you are above 72nd street on the west side.   403 more words

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A New York City Succulent Garden

By Seth Fera-Schanes

The terms lot size, plot and acreage are not common vernacular in New York City.  When looking to rent an apartment, one will most likely encounter NYC apartment terminology including junior one bedroom, 3 room apartment (and we don’t mean three bedrooms) and access to outdoor space.   316 more words

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Peach Sangria And Farmers Market Snacks

By Seth Fera-Schanes

It is mid-July and our summer libation list is growing.  We are pleased to bring you Sparkling Peach Sangria which is perfect for a weekend rooftop get together with friends. 321 more words

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Summer's Bounty At The Green Market

By Seth Fera-Schanes

New York City farmers markets have some great produce, especially during the summer and fall.  If you go to the green market in Union Square… 209 more words

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Burgers and Jazz In Harlem

By Seth Fera-Schanes

Ottomanelli’s Wine and Burger Bar, located on 111th street and 5th avenue in Harlem offers live jazz on Saturday and Sunday, featuring the talented Stephanie Jones (who also brings her Jazz knowledge to Full Access as a contributing editor.) 246 more words

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Independence Day In New York City

By Seth Fera-Schanes

A few options present themselves for the annual fourth of July celebrations in NYC.

1.  Get out of town.  The equation is simple: one part long weekend, mixed with two parts hot and sticky NYC.   155 more words

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