Arts & Culture / Events

15 Alternative NYC New Year’s Eve Events to Ring in 2015

New Year’s Eve in New York City is one of those polarizing events for residents. Many will proclaim to hate it, which is why we’ve rounded up a list of alternative New Year’s Eve plans to ring in 2015 that are a step above the house party (which we also love, don’t get us wrong).

Manhattan

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Architecture / New York

Fun Maps: Manhattan’s Disappearing Gas Stations

2nd Avenue gas station closed earlier in 2014. 

As we all know, real estate prices just keep on rising in Manhattan. And to whom are developers turning to find the prime location for their next high rise condos? Gas stations. Historically, gas stations are on street corners and along major roads for easy access, and the …

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Arts & Culture / Guides

12 of the Best Record Stores in NYC

Inside Rough Trade in Williamsburg

Whether you’re trying to amass the greatest vinyl library in NYC, looking for a specific gem that your mother used to play for you, or trying to find your favorite artist’s newest record, we’ve got you covered. We’ve sorted through NYC’s most talked about record stores and selected our favorites …

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