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Winter Fun in NYC

Anyone who lives in New York City can confirm its moniker of “The City That Never Sleeps.” Winter is no exception, with a parade of activities keeping things lively until spring pops out again. From ice-skating to jazz festivals and exotic botanical gardens, here are some of the best ideas for winter fun in NYC.

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Winter Restaurant Week NYC

You could live in New York City for a lifetime and never eat your way through the plentiful plethora of first-class cuisine in every corner, cubbyhole, high-rise, hotel and alleyway across the Big Apple. That’s why snagging a reservation for Restaurant Week NYC is the best to try myriad world-famous dishes for a fraction of

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The Great Indoors: NYC Art Museums

Gone are the days when museums, even world-famous ones in New York City, fill their space with yawn-provoking exhibits from the dustbins of history. When skies are gray and winds chill to the bone, turn to these whimsical, thought-provoking art museums in the Big Apple. Metropolitan Museum of Art Known affectionately as “The Met,” New York’s Metropolitan

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River Oaks District: Not Just Shopping

Jazz Jams, Tuck Room, Swanky Theatre and HopDoddy Burgers It’s easy to see River Oaks District as a retail playground for Houston’s uber-wealthy – because it certainly is that! From Chopard to Cartier, Dior and Hermès, luxury awaits just inside the sleek limestone and glass storefronts of this exclusive “shopping environment.” However, it might be a

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Quirky Houston: Hidden Eccentricities

Houston may exude a contemporary sophistication, but that doesn’t stop people from going out on a sometimes-quirky limb. From underground tunnels to listening vessels, vintage clothing lounges, whimsical mosaics and even a beer-can house, there’s a subtle humor that lets you know: We do things our own way here in Houston! Leopard Lounge Starting with an iconic

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Exploring Montrose

Art, Theater, Museums and Buffalo Bayou Park Who knew that Montrose would become one of the most eclectic artsy enclaves in Houston? Chock full of indie shops, thrift stores and ethnic eateries, it’s also the place to find a cutting-edge art scene defined by next-gen eccentricities. Stages Repertory Theater It should come as no surprise that Stages Rep ended

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Holiday Season in Houston

When it comes to the holiday season, Houston has a mind of its own. Always ready to think outside the box, Houston-ites paint the town with a multicolored brush – from icy rainforest kingdoms to Chinese lanterns and Texas-German Christmas markets. Tomball German Christmas Market & Festival When the Tomball neighborhood decks out for the holidays, you

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Changing Seasons at Kelsey Creek Farm

Like many dichotomies that define the eclectic side of Bellevue, Kelsey Creek Farm fits as naturally as towering skyscrapers in this cosmopolitan enclave of Eastside ingenuity. And rightfully so. The farm staked its claim in downtown Bellevue in the 1930s, long before terms like “urban core” and “The Bellevue Collection” even existed. Kelsey Creek is

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