MAY 2014 HIGHLIGHT:

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Sunset Park, Flushing and Chinatown

Celebrate the Lunar New Year with shopping, culture and dining in three of New York City's most vibrant Chinese enclaves.

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Harlem

Take the A train to discover a neighborhood of venerable music halls, world-class restaurants and cultural institutions.

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Upper West Side

Historic architecture, small local shops and a wealth of cultural institutions—not to mention proximity to two of the City's major parks—make the cozy Upper West Side a must-visit destination.

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Astoria

Delectable Greek cuisine, vintage-chic shops, classic films and an outdoor beer garden—Astoria has them all and much more.

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Williamsburg

When people around the world think of "cool," many of them picture Williamsburg, Brooklyn. You've seen it on TV and read about it in magazines; here's the scoop on the restaurants, nightspots and stores to check out when you experience it in person.

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Meatpacking District

Known for its nightlife, this Manhattan neighborhood is also home to welcoming green spaces, high-end shopping, art galleries and, yes, meat markets.

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Staten Island Beaches

Take a free ferry ride and enjoy sand, surf, food and history along the Staten Island shore.

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The Five Boroughs

New York City is made up of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Each one has enough attractions—and enough personality—to be a city all its own. Learn more about them with this guide.

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