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Here are the top ten articles for the New York Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Richard Gere's Bedford Post Inn
Richard Gere's Bedford Post Inn offers delicious food, luxury lodging and a touch of country magic along the Bedford Riding Lanes in Westchester County. Whether you opt for the Barn at Bedford Post or the Farmhouse restaurant, you won't be sorry you came.

2. What is a Leatherstocking?
Weird, funny, out-of-use words and phrases helped create the names and regions of New York State. The Leatherstocking Region is just one of them! This article explains what a leatherstocking is, where the region is located in New York and what makes the area so special for visitors.

3. The Story of the Woodstock Music Festival
The Woodstock Music and Arts Festival was one of the most famous music festivals of all time, and a defining point in the counter-cultural movement of the 1960s.

4. 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.

5. Albany Tulip Festival - Information and History
The Albany Tulip Festival celebrates the Dutch heritage of the New York State Capital region. Each spring, over 200,000 tulip bulbs are planted to bloom just in time for Mother's Day. The Albany Tulip Festival includes music, the crowning of a Tulip Queen, and of course, flowers galore!

6. 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!

7. How to Eat the NEW New York City Street Food
Everyone knows that you can get a hot dog on almost any busy intersection in midtown Manhattan, but did you know that there is a growing New York City cuisine of original and "artisanal" street food based on traditional snacks from all over the world?

8. Places To Say "I DO" in New York City
Is New York the destination for your wedding? There are many options where you can have a wedding in the city, here are a few suggestions that you may not have thought of.

9. Valentine's Day In New York City
Suggestions for places to spend Valentine's Day no matter what your relationship status is.

10. The Darwin Martin House in Buffalo, New York
Art and antique chroniclers Albert and Karen Joyce Williams are on the track of the remaining New York structures of the dramatic architect Frank Lloyd Wright. They start with Wright's masterpiece of residential design in Buffalo, The Darwin Martin House.



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