Celebrate This July 4th In NYC with Fireworks, Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest and more Near The Sagamore

The Fourth of July is almost here and after two years of staying inside due to COVID-19, the Independence Day celebrations in New York City are expected to be bigger than ever. Wondering how to get the most out of this year’s celebration near The Sagamore?  We’ve got you covered!...

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The U.S. Capital in NYC, New Netherlands and More To Know About the History of New York City this Independence Day

Did you know New York City was once the capital of the United States? Or how about that NYC was once referred to as New Netherland? As we celebrate the birth of our country this Fourth of July, here’s a look at the birth of our own New York City....

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Spring Into Outdoor Eating Again at this Upper West Side Restaurant

Every winter seems to feel longer than the last, but it’s finally spring! In NYC that means the awnings are coming out, tables and chairs are being setup, and outdoor dining is returning to the sidewalks of NYC. While the weather can still be iffy in March, there’s sure to...

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A Pub for Saint Paddy’s Day in the Upper West Side

Saint Patrick’s Day is (in)famous in NYC for its giant bagpipes parade and packed pubs – luckily, things are a little quieter in our neighborhood on March 17th and for most of the festivities, you have to hop on a train for a short trip to midtown. However, if you...

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Exploring Women’s History in the Upper West Side

While we learn a lot about our Founding Fathers in history classes, in recent years there’s been a stronger effort to put a bigger spotlight on the role of women in the story of America. With March being Women’s History Month, we’re seeing a greater effort than ever to teach...

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