The city may have lost some of its reputation for underground activities of the figurative variety, but there are still plenty of literal underground places to go.
Coordinated attacks that killed at least 20 people in late December didn’t scare revelers away from the city’s famous New Year’s Eve celebration on Copacabana Beach.
If you’re a bespectacled out-of-towner who suffers from simple book lust, the city’s eclectic collection of independent bookstores can scratch your itch.
Leave your iPods and cellphones at home and spend a weekend visiting only places that have been around for 50 years or more.
New Yorkers have many reasons for choosing where they want to live, and the city’s neighborhoods oblige with something for every taste.
A tasting tour of the city’s cocktail bars, from a refined French restaurant in the Village to a pound-’em-down neighborhood bar in Hell’s Kitchen.
Chinatowns in Brooklyn and Queens offer their own take on bustling street life, flimflam designer bags and mobbed dim sum palaces.
A guide to the many provocations and vexations that can ruin a visit to New York.
Spend a weekend touring the city’s singular collection of unusual shops and restaurants that feature unexpected specialties.
Make the most of the season with winter sports like skating, ice hockey, snowshoeing and sledding, all available in the city.