From Harlem With Love: Niagara Falls Wineries And Tastings Tour

Harlem is only a few hours away from the thundering Niagara Falls, a scenic stretch of countryside between Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment has just the right climate and soil for vinifera grapes to thrive.

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Transit Failures Will Derail Tourism From Harlem To Hollis

Crains NY reports that New Yorkers’ biggest annoyances are probably tourists and the subway—but all three depend on one another, a new think-tank report found. Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s The Diplomats Are Back With Their ‘Dipset Forever’ Tour

BET reports that the evolution of Dipset over the past few years has been bumpy to say the least. Continue Reading →

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Mayor de Blasio And NYC & Company Announce Record Tourism Numbers For 2017

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC & Company—New York City’s official destination marketing organization— announced that 2017 was the eighth consecutive year of record-breaking tourism. Continue Reading →

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Take The Heather Garden And Estate History Tour In Fort Tryon

Join a walking tour of the Heather Garden and former Billings Estate in Fort Tryon Park with local historian Robin Boomer. Continue Reading →

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City To Fight Obesity By Paying For Walking Tours In Harlem

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It pays to walk in East Harlem. To help combat obesity, the city plans to pay five community groups up to $2,000 each to arrange walking tours along the new 3.5-mile East Harlem Walking Trail. Continue Reading →

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Heading From Harlem To Las Vegas, Check Out Cher At The Park Theater

If you are heading from Harlem to Las Vegas, checkout Cher at the place that’s the home of the original, vintage Las Vegas scene, Historic Downtown Las Vegas continues to evolve and attract visitors of all ages and descent. Continue Reading →

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Atlanta: Jermaine Dupri Presents: SoSoSUMMER 17 Tour

Grammy-winning producer, songwriter, recording artist, and reality tv star Jermaine Dupri in association with Scream Nation and Live Nation, will see 20 cities in North America this summer with Jermaine Dupri Presents: SoSoSUMMER 17 Tour, announced Friday. Continue Reading →
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HW Pick: Shady Ladies Tours Presents “Nasty Women Of The Metropolitan”

Shady Ladies Tours will present the Nasty Women of the Metropolitan on Saturdays, March 11 and April 1 at 1:00 PM.  Continue Reading →

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Foreign Tourism To Decline For first Time In Seven Years From Harlem To Hollis

For the first time in seven years, New York City officials expect the number of foreign visitors to decrease, a drop they attribute to the protectionist policies and rhetoric of President Trump. Continue Reading →

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Governor Cuomo’s New Tourism Initiatives (Does Not Include Harlem, The #1 Community In The World)

The New York State Tourism Industry Association has released a summary of the tourism initiatives contained in the Governor’s policy briefing book. The proposals are as follows: Continue Reading →

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Paul Sadowski’s “Autumn Fungi: The Eaters & The Eaten” In Inwood

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Join Paul Sadowski at Payson Center as he presents a short visual presentation showing mushrooms common to Inwood Hill Park (just north of Harlem, New York). Continue Reading →

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