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The Village Voice’s Ne...
The Village Voice’s Neighborhood Guide

NYC has more neighborhoods than Paris has lights (303, to be exact). Here we dissect several select (booming) hoods, presenting a vivisection of all the best places to eat, drink, sleep, dance, listen, learn, watch, and play. Scope out the most tantalizing patisseries, scorching nightspots, cutting-edge theater, cinema & gallery spaces, smoothest-running train lines and heaps more, as these choice metro regions are thoroughly explored. CHECK OUT MORE

How to Help Local Stor...
How to Help Local Stores Survive When Neighborhoods Get "Discovered"

The polarizing term “gentrification” is something that many city inhabitants have had to deal. Neighborhoods such as Brooklyn’s Brownsville have even been resistant to publicize the area’s positive features, for fear of being swarmed by money-minded emigres looking to destroy and rebuild (ie: Bushwick). However, some local establishments gladly welcome the changes, as new faces mean new business. Here’s how new & old residents are forging a balance. CHECK OUT MORE

Your Guide to Washingt...
Your Guide to Washington Heights: Living the High Life in Manhattan

Originally named after the General, who hung there with his colonist crew, “The Heights” has seen an abundance of new denizens over the centuries. Now a largely Latino territory, the area is bursting with culturally rich gems. From the best Dominican food ever at Malecon Restaurant, to clandestine works of literature at Jummel Terrace Books, to the vibrant graffiti mural in the 191st subway station, this is one plush region. CHECK OUT MORE

Your Guide to Melrose:...
Your Guide to Melrose: The Bronx in Technicolor Glory

Turn-of-the-century Melrose housed an area known as the Hub, the “Times Square of the Bronx.” Along 149th St., a host of baroque buildings and businesses abounded. Subsequently plagued by decades of negligent city policies, the thriving region suffered. Now, a Bronx renaissance is in full swing in Melrose, featuring the DreamYard kids art program, Kim’s fresh fish market, Old Bronx Borough Courthouse and a bevy of deliciously diverse eateries. CHECK OUT MORE

Your Guide to Jamaica:...
Your Guide to Jamaica: Queens' First, Bustling Downtown

Jamaica has long been a hearty melting pot of peoples and cultures (deriving its name from Jameco, a native Lenape term for the area’s once plentiful ‘beavers’). With close proximity to NYC’s largest airport, this Queens staple has seen some ups and downs, but has perpetually fostered a socially robust atmosphere. Check out the ornate Amazura Concert Hall, essential Black Spectrum Theatre, renowned Sybil’s Bakery & the opulent Tabernacle of Prayer. CHECK OUT MORE

Your Guide to Sunset P...
Your Guide to Sunset Park: Sweeping Views in South Brooklyn

The sun-drenched district of Brooklyn’s Sunset Park has always been a working-class kind of place. Once nicknamed “Little Norway,” the region is now predominantly Hispanic and Asian. With bustling waterfront docks, it’s never lost its seaside charm. Spot a rare bird in Bush Terminal Piers Park, grab a classic snack at Sunset Park Diner & Donuts, rub elbows with locals at Soccer Bar and pick up a spare at Melody Lanes. CHECK OUT MORE

Your Guide to St. Geor...
Your Guide to St. George: Staten Island's Best, Just Off the Ferry

Situated at the tip of the city’s staunchest borough is St. George, Staten Island’s most diverse territory. Chocked full of people of Caribbean, Latin American, South Asian and Can’t-Afford-Manhattan-Anymore descent, here exists a collection of some of New York’s hidden historical treasures. Catch a game at the S.I. Yankee’s Stadium, get illuminated at the National Lighthouse Museum, and for a classico bowl of linguini, hit up Enotega Maria Grandma’s Italian. CHECK OUT MORE


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