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September 2016

New York Film Festival

September 25 - October 11
A young woman is sitting in a movie theater with a bucket of popcorn

Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the 2016 New York Film Festival marks the 53rd year running for Manhattan’s premier motion picture showcase. The festival highlights the best features in world cinema from Hollywood’s biggest stars to lesser-known up-and-coming talent. One of the festival’s biggest draws is the live Q&A with actors and directors after some of the screenings. Tickets range from $75 for opening night to free for certain events so check the pricing for your preferred…

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Affordable Art Fair

September 28 - October 2
young  woman standing in an art gallery

The Affordable Art Fair was started in 1999 as a way to showcase unique works from around the world for art-lovers of all budgets. Paintings, sculptures, ceramics, prints and photos start under $100 at Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion. A general admission pass to the fair is $18 if you reserve online, but if an intimate viewing experience away from the crowds is more your style, grab a private viewing pass for $70. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel…

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October 2016

National Beer Mile

October 1
Happy friends in the park having beers on a sunny day

People visit New York to drink in the city, both literally and figuratively, and the National Beer Mile allows you to do so in a health-conscious, entertaining way. Run, jog or walk down the scenic mile-long Brooklyn course where you’ll be greeted with a new beer every quarter mile along the way. The best part of the day lies beyond the finish line, where live music, drinking games and cold beer from Brooklyn’s best breweries await your arrival. The event…

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Lit Crawl NYC

October 1
happy child little girl with glasses reading a books

A bibliophile’s dream, Lit Crawl NYC is the most fun you’ll have reading a book all year. This prose-filled pub crawl across Lower Manhattan is highlighted by boozy readings from popular authors along with games like Literary Pictionary and Nerd Jeopardy. Aside from the drinks the events are free, so brush up on your classics and stay tuned for the full list of festivities which will soon be available here. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during…

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New York City Wine and Food Festival

October 13 - October 16
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The biggest food festival in the Big Apple, The Food Network’s New York City Wine and Food Festival is the can’t-miss foodie event of the year. Highlighted by an array of curated dinners, cooking classes, parties, tastings, presentations and more the festival has something for everyone. Learn from some of the best chefs in the business like Andrew Zimmern, Giada De Laurentiis and Mario Batali as they share the secrets of their craft. Some events have already sold out, so…

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NY Television Festival

October 24 - October 29
Berlin, Germany - February 08, 2015: People  watching the red carpet walk during 65th Berlinale International Film Festival at Berlinale Palace

NY Television Festival is New York City’s premier event for all things TV. The festival celebrates the current golden age of television through a series of screenings, happy hours, panel discussions and other events. It also serves as a way for up-and-coming artists, who have submitted their best project ideas to industry executives, to gain traction and exposure. Stay tuned for event ticket information which will soon be available here. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during…

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Halloween in Central Park

October 30
Two boys in the park with Halloween costumes, having fun

Bring your best costume and a carved pumpkin to New York City’s biggest Halloween party. A day of live music, ghost stories, festive food and craft workshops culminates with the pumpkin flotilla—a floating display of lit pumpkins that sails across the Harlem Meer at nightfall. No tickets are necessary to attend this event. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during Halloween in Central Park. For more information, check out the event website here. When October 30, 2016…

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November 2016

NY Comedy Festival

November 1 - November 6
Couple and other people, probably friends, in cinema watching a movie, it seems to be a funny movie

13 years running, NY Comedy Festival is New York City’s comedy event of the year. Stand-up, sketch routines and panel discussions take the stage at some of Manhattan’s most famous venues. A collection of stars new and old like Billy Crystal, Amy Schumer and Trevor Noah provide the laughs at this can’t-miss festival. Tickets go on sale this month, so stay tuned here. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during NY Comedy Festival. For more information, check…

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America’s Parade

November 11
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The country’s largest Veteran’s Day parade, America’s Parade is a celebration of service. The event will honor veterans who served the United States and salute the troops who continue to do so. This year’s parade holds special significance to New York, as it will commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11. The parade route begins at Madison Square Park and continues just over a mile north on 5th Avenue to 52nd Street. Admission to attend the parade is free. Book here…

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Union Square Holiday Market

November 17 - December 24
holidays, winter, christmas, technology and people concept - happy couple of tourists in warm clothes with tablet pc computer pointing finger in old town

One of the most recognizable holiday markets in the world, Union Square Holiday Market turns one of NYC’s busiest squares into a winter wonderland. The block is brimming with seasonal food favorites like eggnog, warm cookies, cider and cinnamon donuts, as well as winter crafts and clothes from local artisans. Enjoy the sound of live music and the scent of homemade candles and soap as you make your way through this merry meeting place. Book here to stay with the…

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