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Photo by Kiersten Chou

When people talk about stargazing in New York, they usually mean spotting celebrities. But the city offers some amazing opportunities to gaze upon the real thing — the stars, the planets and all things celestial....

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Let’s all be honest: on Mother’s Day, we often fall back on the usual — we take mom out for a fancy brunch. But I’ve got a better idea this year...

Shot by Zao Wang. Edited by Ramon Campos.

When's the last time you walked into a ceviche bar and experienced truffle butter popcorn, blowtorched sweet potato brulee, and a homemade gravity bong (strictly for smoking oysters)?

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Shinya, Flickr

Spending a day out on the water doesn’t necessarily mean renting a yacht to cruise the Hudson. All you have to do is head to the Frying Pan...

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The Rosenthal Estate.

You don’t need to drive to Santa Barbara or Santa Ynez to get a taste of wine country. Perched in the mountains of Malibu are dozens of wineries, several with tasting rooms and tours. Believe it or not...

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The Normandie capsized in New York.

Although the Titanic never made it to New York, there’s plenty of history to be found here on the ship and its passengers — especially now, on the centennial of its sinking. One of the best places to start is...

Shot by Zao Wang. Edited by Ramon Campos.

New York's newest old-school Italian eatery is a temple to carnivorous pleasures...

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Zoe Jessica, Flickr

Everyone’s heard of Margaritaville. But have you heard of Stiltsville?  

Unlike Jimmy Buffett’s fantasy, Stiltsville is a real place! It’s a collection of eclectic houses with a pretty colorful history (mixed with a little urban legend to be sure)...

Shot by Zao Wang. Edited by Ramon Campos.

There's a tiny jewel box of a shop in the East Village where one of fashion's niche arts still thrives...

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Photo: revenante, Flickr

When Angeli Caffe closed earlier this year, there was a collective mourning for the beloved Italian eatery by chef Evan Kleiman. It wasn’t only for her gnocchi and pizza, but also the special feasts, including the annual Passover dinner she held for 27 years.

Well, I’ve got some juicy news for Angeli fans and general food-lovers alike...