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    Hasidic Williamsburg Educational Walking Tour

    Looking to expand your circle of shmoozing? Penetrate the mysteries of one of New York's most iconic cultures during this tour of Williamsburg. You'll become acquainted with the past and current day concerns of New York's Hasidic community. Along the way, you'll take in over 100 sites in the Hasidic Triangle, including the 18th century mansions of what was once known as "millionaire's row," now repurposed to serve a community that eschews materialistic concerns. Your guide will walk you through the long history of Williamsburg up to mid-20th century, before offering insights into the trends that reshaped the community following the resettlement of many European Jews in the area following World War II. Whether you're new to Brooklyn, or just want a more intimate understanding of its many faces, this an educational excursion that won't find you kvetching.
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    Hasidic Williamsburg Educational Walking Tour

    1241-46th St, Brooklyn

    • Enjoy an intimate introduction to over 100 sites and the culture of Hasidic community of Brooklyn
    • Learn about the history of Williamsburg and observe some its well-regarded historical buildings
    • Delve into the surprisingly complex culture and politics of this simple-living community
    • Expand and educate your mind during an enlightening walk through one of NYC's oldest neighborhoods
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    "Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man" Comedy Show

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    In this hilarious new three-character comedy based on the best-selling book of the same title, audiences are welcomed into a fun-filled world of foolproof moves and insider advice that could only be culled from that most insightful of individuals: the gay man. The play is set at a local university auditorium where the English Department holds its monthly meet-the-authors event. Robyn is the shy and studious moderator of the event and this month's featured author is Dan Anderson of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. The third character is a hunky stage assistant of Eastern European descent, Stefan. Thwarting Robyn's attempts to moderate a scholarly discussion of the book, Dan aims to entertain those in attendance with a highly theatrical, audience-interactive sex tip seminar. Will the power of Dan's tips prove too titillating for even Robyn to resist? Will Stefan's muscles be used for more than moving heavy scenery? As with everything at this event...that is for Dan to know, and for you to find out!
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    "Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man" Comedy Show

    777 8th Ave, New York

    • Come enjoy this theatrical comedy production based on the best-selling book of the same title
    • See what happens when a studious moderator, a gay author, and a stagehand collide
    • Experience the humor and wit of a show that leaves no boundaries unpushed
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    15 positive reviews
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    Tour of Jewish New York

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    Old time Europe comes to life in Borough Park, Brooklyn. Just a short train ride from Manhattan, this neighborhood cherishes the culture of yesteryear, while simultaneously living alongside technological advancement and urbanization. With Timeline Touring, you will learn about the unique Hasidic community that dresses in 18th century garb. You'll discover the area's inner workings, customs, organizations, and political activities. Strolling through the Park, you will also tour a matzoh bakery and enjoy samples of the freshly baked product. This tour is unique. You won't simply learn about what you see, but you'll experience the passion, life, and hopes of the people who make this city unique.
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    Tour of Jewish New York

    Fort Hamilton Pkwy & 44th St, Brooklyn

    • Stroll through Brooklyn's Borough Park, featuring a unique blend of Hasidic traditions with modern urbanization
    • Learn about the inner workings of this neighborhood
    • Tour through a lively shopping area where you'll find bargains on everything from Matzo Ball Soup to MP3 players
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    Historic Harlem Food Tour

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    Taste the many flavors of Harlem on a food tour that takes you through the heart and soul of Manhattan. Start off your tour being led through important historical landmarks like 125th Street, The Apollo Theater, and the Studio Museum. Then, get ready for a variety of flavors that range in influence from Southern, Caribbean, European, and African. The tour may include tastings at Island Salad, Jacob Restaurant, and Patisserie Des Ambassades. Come enjoy a two-and-a-half hour journey of expanding your palate, enlivening your tastebuds, and increasing your appreciation for art and culture.
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    Historic Harlem Food Tour

    22 E 125th St, Manhattan

    • Taste the variety of flavors of Harlem as you explore its culture and history on a walking tour
    • Enjoy tasting various cuisines that range from Southern to Caribbean influences
    • Explore different venues for tastings on a tour that is never the same twice
    • Add a variety of knowledge about the culture and cuisine of this historic area
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    The Frick Walk Tour

    Too much art, too little time in NYC? Don't have an art attack. During this 2.5-hour tour, you'll enjoy a relaxed, but informative look at one of the world's premier private art collections, housing European masterpieces spanning the 13th through the 19th centuries. Housed in a luxurious residential setting on 5th Avenue, The Frick Collection was amassed by Gilded Age lumiary Henry Clay Frick in the late 1800s following his travels through Europe. Within the collection, you'll see examples from numerous influential periods, including Late Gothic, Renaissance, Mannerist, Baroque, Neoclassical, Rococo, Realist, and Impressionist. And among the artists represented are Van Eyck, Bellini, Holbein, Bronzino, Titian, El Greco, Rembrandt, Hals, Vermeer, Ingres, Fragonard, Boucher, Constable, Gainsborough, Renoir, and Monet. To keep things in perspective, your guide, an art historian, will offer contextualizing insights and artistic pointers into the works you'll be viewing, as well historical commentary on the life of Frick himself. It should be pretty fricking sweet!
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    The Frick Walk Tour

    1 E 70th St, New York

    • Explore one of the world's top private art collections with a guided tour of The Frick Collection
    • Enjoy an art historian's insights into the life of Frick and the works he amassed
    • Check out pieces spanning several centuries, and works from some of the most renowned artists
    • Immerse yourself in an opulent 5th Avenue residential setting converted into museum
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    "Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man" Comedy Show (Prime)

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    Have you read Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man? If you have then you know the hilarity that will ensue at this show and if you haven't then ask someone who has. Or just take our word for it. In this side-splitting new three-character comedy based on the best-selling book of the same title, audiences are welcomed into a wealth of sex advice for straight women with an expert in the field: a gay man. The play is set in a local university auditorium where the English Department holds its monthly meet-the-authors event. Robyn is the shy and studious moderator of the event and this month's featured author is Dan Anderson of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. The third character is a hunky stage assistant of Eastern European descent, Stefan. Thwarting Robyn's attempts to moderate a scholarly discussion of the book, Dan aims to entertain those in attendance with a highly theatrical, audience-interactive sex-tip seminar. Will the power of Dan's tips prove too titillating for even Robyn to resist? Will Stefan's muscles be used for more than moving heavy scenery? As with everything at this event . . . that is for Dan to know, and for you to find out!
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    "Sex Tips For Straight Women From A Gay Man" Comedy Show (Prime)

    777 8th Ave, New York

    • Enjoy this interactive comedy show that includes the moderator, a gay author, and a stagehand
    • If you haven't read the best-selling book by the same name, this will have you rushing off to buy it
    • Experience the humor and wit of a show that knows no boundaries
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    15 positive reviews
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    Traditional Silk Knotting

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    Knotting pearls is a centuries-old technique that was implemented to protect precious beads in a stylish manner. You will learn how to prepare your thread, create knots in between a fabulous collection of pearl beads,and attach a clasp. Students will craft their own personal bracelet and walk-away with a skill that can be applied to a variety of projects.
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    Traditional Silk Knotting

    139 Washington St, Norwalk

    • Learn how to knot pearls and semi-precious stones with silk thread
    • Master the traditional European knotting technique used by professional beaders
    • Pick up a fabulous hobby that'll give you a life-long supply of accessories
    • Show off your favorite stones by using them in your customized jewelry
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    Cloisters: Medieval Art & Architecture Tour

    Looking to shine a light on the dark ages? During this three-hour walking tour, you'll explore the MET's medieval arts and architecture collection at the Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park. Situated on a hill overlooking the Hudson River, the Cloisters was designed and built in the 1930s, and includes parts from five Eastern European abbeys deconstructed, shipped to the United States, and then reconstructed into a museum like no other. Your guide on this journey back in time will be an art historian specializing the medieval works, who will take you on a comprehensive tour of the incredible exhibits and gardens housed within. Among the art pieces you will find both religious and secular works, including paintings, altarpieces, carvings, gold and silver, stained glass, illuminated manuscripts, and sculptures. New York City is about to get medieval on your ... brain.
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    Cloisters: Medieval Art & Architecture Tour

    99 Margaret Corbin Dr, New York

    • Explore the MET's medieval exhibits housed at the Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park, one of the jewels of the city
    • Wander surreal grounds featuring historical structures brought over from Eastern Europe
    • Learn about the art works and architecture of the museum from a medieval arts expert
    • Discover one of NYC's landmark arts exhibits during a fun and informative tour
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    Flatbush Brooklyn Food Tour

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    Jerk Chicken straight from the tropical breezes of Jamaica. Spicy and sweet chickpeas infused with the calypso and steel pan charm of Trinidad. Codfish wrapped in a flaky pastry dough from Haiti. Is your mouth watering yet? The good news is that you don't have to hop on a plane to try these delicacies. In fact, you only have to travel 25 minutes away from Time Square to join this walking food tour of Flatbush, Brooklyn. Besides getting your hands on the delicious treats previously mentioned, you'll also to learn more about the history and architecture of this diverse community. By the time this tour is over, you're guaranteed to feel like you just got back from the tropics. Word of advice: try not to overdo it with the Jamaican accent you up along the way!
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    Flatbush Brooklyn Food Tour

    534 Flatbush Ave, New York

    • Learn about the rich history and architecture of Flatbush, Brooklyn
    • Sample delicious tropical foods including jerk chicken and codfish
    • Discover Flatbush foodie hotspots such as De Hot Pot, Fisherman's Cove, and Mama Louisa's Hero Shoppe
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    Culture Clash: Immigrant Running Tour

    One of New York's most dynamic neighborhoods, and the first home to many NYC immigrants, the Lower East Side is still teeming with culture and history. This 4.5 mile run covers SOHO, Little Italy, Chinatown, The Bowery and the small streets of the Lower East Side, some of which will have you feeling transported to a European town. You'll also get a look at the famous restaurants, music venues and clubs that have made this neighborhood one of the hippest in New York for years. Some stops include: Old St Patrick's Cathedral, Eldridge Street Synagogue, Essex Street Market, Henry Street Settlement, Katz's Deli and more. Bonus: You will finish the run with a delicious cup of coffee at a local Village coffee shop, included in the price of the tour!
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    Culture Clash: Immigrant Running Tour

    610 Broadway Houston St, New York

    • Enjoy a comprehensive tour of the city
    • Be led by an informative, friendly and professional guide providing you a local's insider tips
    • Explore the local streets on a running tour of NYC
    • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors of all ages and skill level
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