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Shot and edited by Jack Gordon

The perfect picnic in the park starts with food from one of my favorite New York bakeries: Orwasher's. The shop houses a 100-year-old oven that turns out some of the most amazing bread you can get in the city...

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Flickr: Simon M

I've had so much fun this past year sharing my insider tips with you that I thought I'd let some of my colleagues get in on the action. Here's Part One of some expert tips from...

Shot and edited by Melissa Friedling

Right in the heart of the Theater District is a church unlike any other...

Shot by Joshua Homnick. Edited by Ramon Campos.

When was the last time you walked into a museum and were encouraged to touch everything?

Musee Mecanique, a hidden gem at San Francisco's...

Shot and edited by Jack Gordon

There's a castle on Park Avenue that hides a history many New Yorkers don't even know. The richest men of the Gilded Age used this building...

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CarSpotter, Flickr

One Sunday afternoon, around this time last year, I was waiting on a subway platform with my wife and our two teenagers. All around us, people were doing the same, most of them with a destination in mind — home and a hot cup of cocoa, perhaps. But we were there just for the journey...

Shot by Thiago Da Costa. Edited by Melissa Friedling.

There's no better way to get acquainted with Miami's thriving artist community than Bakehouse Art Complex, where on special nights...

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The Raines Law Room, a modern-day speakeasy.

During Prohibition, there were at least 20,000 speakeasies throughout the city. And the number may have soared as high as 100,000. Let's face it: Prohibition was probably the best thing to happen to the alcohol industry!

One of the survivors is the famous 21 Club, whose liquor vault was never discovered by the Prohibition police. Why? Because it stood behind a...

Shot and edited by Jack Gordon

While the crowds head to the Met, you should detour to The Frick Collection, one of New York's most dazzling and intimate museums...

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SMWalton73, Flickr

South of Miami Beach is a barrier island called Key Biscayne with acres and acres of shorefront parkland, not to mention beautiful beaches, which makes it a particularly fun place for...