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Best New York Wedding Photo Destinations (that aren’t Central Park!)

Couples tying the knot this summer in New York are spoiled—they’re getting married in one of the most spectacular, and most photographed, cities in the world. With any number of landmarks to choose from, picking the ideal location for wedding photos can be paralyzing.
Category:New York City Hot Spots

7 Reasons to Go Easy On LaGuardia Airport - [Infographic]

Joe Biden suggested LaGuardia Airport was like something from a third world country. A New York Times op-ed called for it to be shut down. As the oldest operating airport in New York City and the 17th-busiest in the United States, LaGuardia is the focus of a lot of passenger frustration. But the numbers paint a more complex picture: LaGuardia may not be a crowd favorite, but it still does a lot of heavy lifting for NYC.
Category:NYC Fun Facts

Is it Worth Flying out of Westchester Airport?

Is the trip up to Westchester Airport actually worth it? We look at the cost, time, and passenger experience to give you an answer.
Category:Luxor for Business

Best Independent Airport Lounges

A guide to the world's best independent airport lounges, for when you're desperate to escape the airport crowds. No memberships required!
Category:Luxor At Work, Luxor for Business

Best Places to Eat at LaGuardia

As we’ve noted before on this blog, LaGuardia Airport is a much-maligned place. The most frustrating airport in the United States and Canada. Ranked last for amenities among 20 top U.S. airports. A survey by J.D. Power & Associates found it to be the worst-rated airport of any size. It’s supposed to get better when the Central Terminal is redeveloped, but the city has delayed naming a developer for the project.

Category:NYC Fun Facts, Luxor At Work

How to Choose a Wedding Limo

Wedding planning involves an incredible number of moving pieces. If you’re lucky, you’ll have assistance from family or a wedding planner, but it’s a stressful time no matter how much help you have. Weddings require you to put a lot of trust in businesses you don’t regularly deal with, such as professional photographers, big venues—and limo companies.

Category:NYC Limo

Best NYC Rooftop Bars

With temperatures becoming survivable as spring arrives for real, New Yorkers’ thoughts naturally turn skywards to the rooftops. Spring and summer are the time for rooftop parties, rooftop picnics—and rooftop bars. With some of the most incredible urban views in the world, and a short summer in which to enjoy them, it’s time to make the most of it. Here are a few of our favorites.

Category:New York City Hot Spots

11 Fun Facts About LaGuardia Airport

LaGuardia is one of the three big airports that serve New York City, along with Newark and John F. Kennedy Airports. With four terminals and two 7,000-foot runways, it’s a gateway both to NYC and to destinations across North America. It’s not exactly known for being a fun place—as you’ll see if you keep reading—but it does have a long and interesting history.Here are some of the highlights.

Category:NYC Fun Facts

Why Is Theatre ‘On Broadway’?

Broadway shows in NYC Theater District, Limo service in New York City

For the tourists who bought 8.52 million tickets to Broadway shows last season—not to mention millions of New Yorkers—Broadway isn’t just a street: it’s a style of theatre, and an experience. Only a small part of Broadway forms New York’s Theater District: Broadway runs 13 miles diagonally across Manhattan and through the Bronx, ending in Westchester County. Originally a Native American trail, it’s far older than the street plan adopted for the city in 1811, disrupting Manhattan’s carefully laid out grid. So how did Broadway come to host one of the world’s premier theater districts?

Category:Date Night NYC

Things to do in New York for Business Travelers

Regular business visitors to New York City have probably checked off the big landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State building, Central Park, and the Met. New York is full of lesser-known attractions that would be highlights in most other world cities, but if you’re focused on making a sale or getting a deal done, finding them is probably the last thing on your mind.

Category:New York City Hot Spots