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June 2016

Museum Mile

June 14
New York City, USA - May 12, 2012: The Guggenheim Museum on 5th Ave was established in 1937, though the current museum building dates from 1959 and was designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

One evening every year, a stretch of New York City’s most iconic museums open their doors and offer free admission to all. Some of the more notable participants include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim Museum, Neue Galerie, and The Jewish Museum. Along the route, a number of family-friendly attractions pop up in the street. From chalk drawing to silly clown performances and face painting, there’s essentially a fair to accompany this day of complimentary culture. Book here to…

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NYC Pride

June 21 - June 26
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One of the most popular and expansive pride celebrations in the world, this week in NYC makes memories for thousands. The series of events will kick off with Family Night, which centers around an outdoor film screening at Hudson River Park’s Pier 63. Following the next day, the NYC Pride Rally will perpetuate a decades-old tradition of celebrating equality on the streets of the Big Apple. The rest of the week will consist of fantastical performances, rooftop and club parties,…

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July 2016

Fresh Fruit Festival

July 11 - July 24
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The Fresh Fruit Festival is a celebration of LGBTQ arts and culture, now entering its 14th year. Featuring two full weeks of live performances—ranging from plays to musicals to dance to cabaret—the festival takes place in the funky Alphabet City neighborhood, at the WILD Project Theater. Additionally, in the weeks leading up to the main event, the festival will sponsor a reading series and a slam poetry event. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during the 2016…

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Lincoln Center Festival

July 13 - July 31
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The Upper West Side’s opulent Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts proves the perfect host for this two and a half week cultural showcase. Inspiring performances in dance, music and theater by artists from around the world make the Lincoln Center Festival a must-attend for fans of global performing arts. Tickets for most shows start between $30 and $40, but they’re sure to go fast so grab them soon. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during the…

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City of Water Day

July 16
New York City, USA - September 21, 2012 : Paddle Wheel Queen of Hearts steamboat is floating with tourists around Manhattan. It is very hot attraction for NYC visitors. Taken in the afternoon from the Brooklyn side.

Entering its ninth year, City of Water Day is a free, family-oriented celebration of the New York City waterfront, held every July. Drawing thousands of people to the water, participants enjoy boat tours of the harbor, live music, food trucks and activities like rowing, kayaking and paddle-boarding. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during City of Water Day. For more information, check out the event website here. When Saturday, July 16, 2016 from 10am to 4pm Where…

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Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival

July 22 - August 27
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A Lincoln Center summer tradition for half a century, the Mostly Mozart Festival celebrates the genius of one of music’s most extraordinary figures. A variety of acts spanning orchestra, opera, piano and dance keep the spirit of this iconic 18th century composer alive and well. Some events are free, while ticketed ones range from $35 to $85. Tickets usually sell fast so grab them soon. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during the Mostly Mozart Festival. For…

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NYC Restaurant Week

July 25 - August 19
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NYC Restaurant Week serves up all the fantastic flavor of the city’s best food at a fraction of the price. Over 350 restaurants create discounted three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus, making the event a favorite among foodies. Prices are $29 for lunch and $42 for dinner per person, which translates to a 30-50% discount off the regular menu. Whichever restaurant you decide to try out make sure you have a reservation—seats fill up fast, especially in the evening.…

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NYC Poetry Festival

July 30 - July 31
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Set on verdant Governor’s Island in the New York Harbor, the New York City Poetry Festival provides the perfect setting to hear readings from some of the best current poets. With a two-day, three-stage lineup of sets hosted by magazines, journals and other diverse organizations, there’s no shortage of live poetry. The festival also offers food and book vendors. This year’s event is free to attend, but the ferry to Governor’s Island (a delightful trip) costs $2 roundtrip. Book here…

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August 2016

Summer Games at Duane Street Hotel

August 5 - August 21
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This year’s Summer Olympics are taking place in Rio, Brazil from August 5- August 21st. The world will be watching and IC Hotels will be celebrating by offering a taste of Brazil in our restaurants and bars. In honor of the Olympics, Duane Street Bar & Lounge will be airing the Olympics and serving Caipirinhas and red white and blue Sangrias at the bar for $7 all month long!

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Dance of the Giglio & Feast of Saint Anthony

August 11 - August 16
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The annual Dance of the Giglio is a tradition brought to East Harlem by Italian immigrants in the early 1900’s to honor Saint Anthony. Every year during the second week of August more than 100 men parade the three ton Giglio tower through East Harlem as thousands of onlookers sing, cheer, eat and dance in the streets. It’s the ultimate Italian block party, and visitors will get a taste of what traditional Italian festivals in cities like Rome, Florence and…

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