You’ve spent 10 weeks in New York City at a killer internship, and you’re probably feeling pretty accomplished. Whether you think you’ve found your dream job or you never want to go near this industry again, make sure you end your internship on a high note with these five tips.
Most people who come to New York City dream of getting to see a Broadway show. However, with ticket prices starting as high as $350, that dream can look out of reach.
We’re halfway through the summer, and it’s time to get out and explore the city again. End your latest Netflix binge and hit the streets so you don’t miss out on these 4 Brooklyn neighborhoods this summer.
You’ve been in the city for a few weeks now, and you may or may not have utilized your kitchen yet. And if you haven’t–well, that’s understandable.
New York City fashion can be intimidating. Even more, learning how to fit in at an office where you most likely have to wear business casual can be difficult.
“Bad coffee is better than no coffee” is simply not true in a city such as this. Around every corner, in every nook-and-cranny, is a small coffee shop serving great espressos and lattes.