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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the New York Site! These are the top ten articles that your New York Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Sell Your Treasures at a New York Auction
Have a family heirloom that you think might command a hefty price at auction? This article will explore the myths and facts of selling at a New York City auction house and help you break through the mysterious aura that surrounds the fast-paced New York City Auction world. Read on and soon you'll

2. The Big Duck - A Long Island Story
On your way to The Hamptons? Maybe to discover a new winery on the North Fork! Before you reach your destination, stop by The Flanders Duck and find out how Long Island's East End developed into such a hot excursion spot. Read on for a little history and you'll "quack" all the way to Montauk!

3. Brooklyn Flea Dishes Upscale Bargains
Here's a unstressful outing! Plan a flea market Saturday in Brooklyn for the whole family. Haggling over antiques, listening to dulcimers and sampling the best artisanal chocolate, ice cream and pizza in the borough.

4. Jones Beach in Winter
Jones Beach State Park is the largest recreational beach in the world, drawing millions to its beachfront in the summer. But what about Jones Beach in the Winter?

5. New York City Antiques Week
Manhattan is known for revving itself up in a Big Way for self-promotion to attract tourists and business. The annual New York Antiques Week is one of those large-scale week-long events.

6. Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens
Love to watch Thoroughbreds run? Want a place to take your kids and feel comfortable? Try Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens. Aqueduct has catered to a family-oriented, unpretentious crowd since it reopened its doors after undergoing a major renovation in 1959.

7. Meet Me On The Rainbow Bridge
Of the six bridges that span the vast Niagara River between the United States and Canada, The Rainbow Bridge is the most thrilling for visitors for its scenic drama and incredible roar and rumbling of the Falls below your feet.

8. Acoustic Excellence in Fredonia
Tucked away in the mountainous "Southern Tier" of western New York sits one the state's finest examples of acoustical architecture. Read on to find out about the unsung arts center that produces close to 200 live performances in dance, theater and music each year.

9. Weeksville - An Atlantis Rises in Brooklyn
Weeksville, a pre-Civil War, "free and intentional 19th Century African American community in Brooklyn, New York is rising like the City of Atlantis nearly 200 years after its founding.

10. New York Fall Foliage Guide
What a glorious time to be in New York! The leaves are just starting to turn here in the northern part of the state, and soon we’ll be treated to one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular displays. Here are some tips and links to help you make the most of Autumn in New York.



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