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Astoria »

Tourism Campaign Highlights Astoria's Eclectic Eats and Cultural Gems

Astoria is featured in the city's latest Neighborhood x Neighborhood tourism campaign.

Midtown »

Taylor Swift to Headline Times Square's New Year's Eve Party

Pop star Taylor Swift will party with the city as the ball drops for 2015.

St. George »

Staten Island Ferry 'Tourist' Fare Would Net City Millions, Report Says

A study, requested by the borough president, found a $4 fare could bring in $3.2 million in a year.

Long Island City »

Take a Tour of Queens on the 7 Train

Lucky Seven Subway Tours will launch next week, showing visitors the borough from its best-known train.

Tompkinsville »

City Promotes Staten Island's 'Little Sri Lanka' as Tourist Destination

Tompkinsville was featured in the city's Neighborhood x Neighborhood campaign.

Long Island City »

City Touts Booming Long Island City as Tourist Destination

Long Island City is the latest to be featured in NYC & Company's Neighborhood X Neighborhood campaign.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Restaurant Row to Get Flashy Signs and Info Kiosks

The historic block will get new signs, kiosks and solar-powered lights.

St. George »

City Tries to Lure Tourists to Staten Island in Latest Campaign

The city's tourism wing's latest campaign will try and attract visitors to Staten Island.

Financial District »

Fast-Casual Restaurants Find Investors Among Downtown Customers

Hopefuls wanting to start the "next Chipotle" are winning over Wall Street's moneyed workers.

Melrose »

New Hotel Might Not Boost South Bronx Businesses, Locals Worry

As the new Opera House Hotel fills up, some worry its guests will spend all their money in Manhattan.

Rossville »

'Boat Graveyard' Draws British Tourists to Staten Island

The city recently added the graveyard, which houses dozens of unused ships, to a British tourism guide.

Financial District »

New Pedestrian Plaza Opening Soon Across From 9/11 Memorial

A new pedestrian plaza is set to open on Washington Street, between Albany and Carlisle streets.

SoHo »

SoHo Residents Slam Tourist Signs as 'Eyesores'

Some SoHo and Nolita residents say DOT "wayfinding" signs don't belong in a historic district.

New York City »

City Plans to Lure Tourists to Staten Island and Washington Heights

The city's tourism wing will encourage tourists to visit overlooked neighborhoods.

Long Island City »

City Arts Coalition Pushes Pols for More Cultural Funding

One Percent for Culture seeks to have one percent of the city's annual budget slated for cultural groups.

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