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The Catskills have been a go-to for New Yorkers since the 1800’s and continue to be a place for local getaways and outdoor adventure. While there are a few regularly scheduled buses to places like Kingston, it’s notoriously challenging to get to this nearby haven without a car. That’s why we’re excited to share that […]

Ommegang Brewery

Brewery Ommegang’s drafts are likely on tap at your go-to bar in Manhattan, brewed just a few hours North in Cooperstown, an area of New York formerly known for its wide production of hops. Established in 1997, Ommegang was the first brewery in America to brew Belgian style beer and sell it. This brewery’s reach […]

Long Island’s East End has a sustainable soul. Generations before it became a summer hotbed for city folk, the region was populated with farmers and fishermen who made their living off the land and sea. Today, many locals are passionate about maintaining the area’s agricultural roots. Here are seven ways to support their efforts to […]

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As the temperature soars and the humidity rises, residents of the five boroughs sweat it out in a citywide sauna. When you’ve had it up to here with the heat, say bye-bye Big Apple, hello New England seaside getaway. Consider a weekend retreat to coastal Rhode Island, where the Atlantic breeze is as refreshing as […]

If you think Long Island is just a place where wealthy people spend their summers, we’ve got news for you. Long Island is full of world-class options for entertainment and dining year-round. It is also an ideal destination for people seeking outdoor activities. It is not a question of finding something to do on Long Island, it’s about spending […]

Summer’s sultry breezes and languid evenings leave little excuse to not get out and enjoy all the romantic nooks, top-notch dining spots, bougie bars and all-around awesome outdoor activities that New York City has to offer. We’ve asked six of New York City’s best travel writers to let us in on their favorite summer date […]

Woodstock Farm Sanctuary

Jackie was sprawled on a patch of grass with her nose glued to hay, along with her brother, Moby. When I approached, she curiously walked towards me and stuck her head out the fence, her golden eyes shining even on a slightly overcast day. When I started to pet her forehead, she sniffed and gently […]

Zac Brown Band at Bethel Woods

Despite its name, the 1969 Woodstock Festival did not actually take place in Woodstock New York. The event that would forever change history happened nearby on the dairy farm of Max Yasgur in Bethel Woods: a place which, so many years later still maintains its musical roots. That original farm site has since become the […]

Red Hook Boaters Paddle Camille

Both weather and calendar confirm that summer unofficially begins this weekend. And to help you kick it off, I offer you my second installment of the Best Paddling in New York City: Brooklyn. So grab your sunscreen and sense of adventure and head to the rivers, marshes and lakes of Brooklyn New York. Paddling in […]