5 Ways to Adapt to New York City Living

New York City is one of the most iconic cities in the world, home to eight million people who give it the infectious fast-paced character it is known for. Another thing the city is known for? Very small and very expensive apartments. Your apartment should be a reprieve from the …

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The Complete Guide to Visiting the Javits Center

Are you planning on attending a convention in New York City? Chances are it may be at the Jacob K. Javits Center. Opened in 1986, the Javits Center has enriched New York with its 850,000-square-foot space along the Hudson River and huge events that draw thousands of people into Manhattan. …

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Top 5 Winter Getaways from NYC

Are you craving a change of scenery from this cold New York City weather? Do you prefer not to spend countless hours in a car or plane just to arrive at your destination? Then Gotham’s guide—Top 5 Getaways from NYC—is for you. Read on for the most convenient (and fun) …

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The Guide to Christmas Tree Storage

Christmas Tree Storage  Decorating for the holiday season is a process that we all look forward to. However, nothing is worse than fussing with a tangled up string of christmas lights or discovering that your favorite ornament broke. Follow our complete guide to christmas tree storage and learn our optimal …

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The Guide to Thanksgiving in Manhattan

Things to do in Manhattan on Thanksgiving As we transition into the holiday season, many people in NYC are looking for ways to celebrate Thanksgiving. There are many Thanksgiving activities in Manhattan, but the focal point of the festivities remains the Thanksgiving dinner. Whether you want to watch the Macy’s …

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Things to Do in New York City in Fall

  As summer slips away and we transition to sweater weather and pumpkin spice everything, many people in NYC are looking for ways to celebrate the season in the Big Apple. Whether you’re looking for a corn maze, fall foliage, or indoor fun—New York City has it all this fall. …

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The Complete Guide to NYC Garbage Pickup

    We’ve all got a junk drawer, junk cupboard, or junk closet. It’s okay to admit that. But when spring cleaning doesn’t cut it, and the drawer—or door—becomes hard to close, what do we do? Knowing what to do with all our stuff can be overwhelming, sometimes it’s easier …

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