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1. 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.
2. Drive-In Movie Theaters in New York State - Updated!
My brother and sister in law recently took their two boys to the drive-in movies. The younger one couldn’t understand how they were going to see a movie from the car.
Here´s a list of drive-in theaters still operating in New York.
3. 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.
4. Valentine's Day In New York City
Suggestions for places to spend Valentine's Day no matter what your relationship status is.
5. The Red and the Black Comes To The Stage
a review of play The Red and the Black
6. 100 Years of Patience and Fortitude in NYC
Want to meet "Patience" and "Fortitude" in New York City? These are qualities needed these days in such critical economic times around the world. You can meet "Patience" and "Fortitude" outside the sweeping staircase entrance of the Main Branch of the New York City Public Library.
7. 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.
8. Champagne Bars
Champagne bars in New York give off the essence of a speakeasy while the bubbles flow.
9. Colgate University
Colgate University: Brains and Beauty in upstate New York! This top-ranked liberal arts college in Hamilton is a place worth visiting whether you have a child looking at colleges or you’re simply driving through the area. We've got a list of what to see at Colgate.
10. A Tree Grew in Brooklyn
The Tree-of-Heaven, an imposing and majestic shade tree seen all of New York City is both a sentimental touchstone and a neighborhood scourge. Find out why this symbol of perseverance has become the symbol for an environmental pest.
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