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Where to Watch College Football in NYC

Where to Watch College Football in NYC

With Labor Day behind us, it's time to embrace the college football season. One of the great things about living in the New York metropolitan area is that you're sure to find dozens, or even thousands, of fellow New Yorkers who share your favorite college team allegiances — even if you went to school on the other side of the country.

Top 5: Amusement Parks Near NYC

Top 5: Amusement Parks Near NYC

Few things are as exhilarating as the loop-the-loops of a rollicking roller coaster or a splashy plunge down a sky-high water slide. Sure, New York City has Coney Island and a handful of rides at other parks, but if you subscribe to the bigger-is-better mentality when it comes to theme parks, you're going to have to get out of town to find the best chills and thrills.

Dixon's Guide to Free Museum Days in NYC

Dixon's Guide to Free Museum Days in NYC

While a number of the city's largest, most prestigious museums (including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The American Museum of Natural History) offer pay-what-you-wish rates every day of the year or are free year-round (MoMa PS1, The Bronx Museum of the Arts and The Museum at FIT), budget-conscious New Yorkers do well to take note of special free hours and days for our area's best institutions of art, botany and history.