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United, American announce launch dates for new Tokyo Haneda service - thepointsguy.com - Japan - Usa - New York - city New York - city Chicago - city Honolulu - Guam - city Tokyo - city Houston - county Pacific - county Reagan - Washington, county Reagan
thepointsguy.com
23.02.2024 / 21:05

United, American announce launch dates for new Tokyo Haneda service

This spring, United Airlines plans to launch a new route to Tokyo's Haneda Airport (HND).

Counting down to a new beginning for the Waldorf Astoria New York - travelweekly.com - New York - China - city New York - city Manhattan - county York - city Astoria
travelweekly.com
22.02.2024 / 18:07

Counting down to a new beginning for the Waldorf Astoria New York

NEW YORK -- Manhattan's luxury hospitality landscape has evolved dramatically since the Waldorf Astoria New York opened its doors on Park Avenue in 1931.

Interview With Funny Phil Rosenthal: New Season Of ‘Somebody Feed Phil’ - forbes.com - Iceland - Usa - New York - state Washington - Scotland - city Mumbai - city Dubai
forbes.com
22.02.2024 / 14:33

Interview With Funny Phil Rosenthal: New Season Of ‘Somebody Feed Phil’

Award-winning Somebody Feed Phil—the delectably illuminating food-travel show hosted by big-hearted, energetic funnyman Phil Rosenthal on Netflix—premieres its 7th season on March 1. The series’ eight new episodes spotlight Dubai, Mumbai, Kyoto, Taipei, Washington D.C., Orlando (with a twist), Scotland and Iceland. Rosenthal’s TV career is rooted in comedy. He was the creator, writer, executive producer and showrunner of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, starring comedian Ray Romano, which ran for nine seasons on CBS. These days, Rosenthal’s well-fed, globetrotting gallops have inspired an enormous fan following. Rosenthal and I recently sat down to dish up behind-the-scenes scoops, sentiments and surprises about the new season. (Stay tuned for my upcoming Forbes review of Somebody Feed Phil.)

Where To Eat Near The Gershwin Theater In New York City - forbes.com - Italy - Japan - Usa - New York - Thailand
forbes.com
21.02.2024 / 22:41

Where To Eat Near The Gershwin Theater In New York City

A pre or post theater meal can be one of the highlights of going out to see a Broadway show, and picking a spot within a few blocks of the stage door is essential.

2 Black Heroes, 2 Cities in New York: A Journey Into the Past - nytimes.com - Usa - New York - city Atlanta - city Birmingham - Washington, area District Of Columbia - area District Of Columbia - city Douglas, county Frederick - county Frederick - city Portland, state Maine - state Maine - Virgin Islands - city Memphis - Providence, state Rhode Island - state Rhode Island - state Indiana
nytimes.com
21.02.2024 / 11:53

2 Black Heroes, 2 Cities in New York: A Journey Into the Past

Memphis. Atlanta. Birmingham. There are certain American cities that are known for Black history. But African American history and culture can, of course, be found across the United States, in seemingly unlikely cities, like Portland, Maine, say, or Providence, R.I.

Avelo launches 3 new routes, adds a new city in New York - thepointsguy.com - New York - city Manchester - city New York - city Albany - city Boston - state Florida - city Douglas, county Frederick - county Frederick - state New Hampshire - state North Carolina - city Raleigh - county Durham - state South Carolina - county Greenville - Raleigh
thepointsguy.com
15.02.2024 / 21:41

Avelo launches 3 new routes, adds a new city in New York

Avelo Airlines has unveiled three new routes which will see the budget carrier double down on one of its crew bases and add a new destination to its route map.

The Best Indoor Dog Friendly Activities In New York City - forbes.com - New York - city New York - county Cooper - county Queens - city Chelsea - city Astoria
forbes.com
15.02.2024 / 16:53

The Best Indoor Dog Friendly Activities In New York City

Looking for somewhere to take your dog in the winter weather? New York City is full of dog-friendly venues open year round, even when a run through the park is less than seasonable. Get out those zoomies, add some new sniffs and take your dog to cafes, shops, bars and gyms designed for and welcoming to dogs who need a little indoor stimulation.

A New York Hotel With Flashy Patterns and Bucolic Gardens - nytimes.com - Britain - New York - city New York - city Manhattan - Argentina - Thailand - Uganda
nytimes.com
15.02.2024 / 15:21

A New York Hotel With Flashy Patterns and Bucolic Gardens

Despite being one of the most coveted residential neighborhoods in Manhattan, TriBeCa has long had a dearth of beautiful places to stay. That changed this month when the London-based Firmdale Hotels opened its third New York property, the 57-room Warren Street Hotel. However, unlike the red brick structures that surround it, this building is painted a bright cerulean. TriBeCa offers just the right mix of “artists, designers, families and a sprinkling of Hollywood glamour,” says Kit Kemp, Firmdale’s co-founder and creative director, whose interior design studio also has its own furniture and accessories line. “We wanted to build something that contributes to this narrative in a bold and exciting way.”

What's new in New York, from the High Line to Manhattan's first beach - nationalgeographic.com - New York - city New York - county Island - state New Jersey - city Downtown - city Midtown - county Bronx - county Hudson
nationalgeographic.com
15.02.2024 / 10:33

What's new in New York, from the High Line to Manhattan's first beach

Never mind being the city that never sleeps — New York is the city that never stays the same. Whether it’s your first time or your 30th time, you’ll find every district of the Big Apple full of new places to discover. And it’s not just limited to the new restaurants and shops that dot streets from the Bronx to Staten Island — there are vast arts centres, cultural districts and even an entire new landmass, cast off into the Hudson River. Manhattan is the epicentre of some of the most exciting recent developments, and on this one-day itinerary you’ll zoom in on them across a manageable chunk of Midtown and Downtown. Here’s everything you shouldn’t miss on an exploration of New York’s latest and greatest.

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