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Consider the ridiculous family tree that makes up New York. New York City reviews Five incredibly unique boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and what’s the last one? Ah, Staten Island) each with their own ever-changing personality and vibe. Now, divide all those boroughs into neighborhoods! Nabes here range from fishing villages to quaint suburbia, from gritty industry to towering glass castles in the sky. There’s a good reason this city never sleeps—there are over 200 nabes to check out. Where to go in New York and Must see in NYC
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  • Norton Protecting Your Children

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    Protecting Others

    As you send and receive emails to people you are familiar with, you open and download documents such as pictures and links to other sites. This process is a well-known vulnerability among hackers, who take advantage of the opportunity through disguising themselves as your common e-mail contacts. They …

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  • Antivirus and Internet Security Software

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    As we become more reliant on our computers and the internet for our daily tasks, more viruses and spyware attacks are affecting large numbers of US households and businesses. There are many antivirus and internet security packages offered on the market, and in some cases free of charge, but you …

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  • Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn

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    Prospect-Lefferts Garden is an ethnically diverse neighborhood in central Brooklyn named after the historical Lefferts Manor and bordered by Flatbushand Crown Heights South. Its legacy is kept alive by the landmarked two story stone and brick houses still standing where the estate once lay. Prospect-Lefferts Garden is a favorite

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  • How to Pack Makeup for Travel

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    How to Pack Makeup for Travel

    When packing up your beauty routine to take with you on the road, there are some important factors to consider. Taking up as little space in your luggage as possible, what you need to bring, and, most importantly, how to protect your makeup from …

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  • Fordham, The Bronx

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    Fordham is home to two of the most frequented tourist destinations in the Bronx–The New York Botanical Garden and The Bronx Zoo–as well as the Rose Hill campus of Fordham University. The neighborhood is dominated by the bustling Fordham Road: an extended length of shops, vendors, and transit. The

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  • Broad Channel, Queens

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    Perched in Jamaica Bay upon Rulers Bar Hassock is Broad Channel, an island community that exudes the charm of a maritime fishing village. Although built on the only inhabited island in Jamaica Bay, Broad Channel has its own subway stop and is connected to the mainland by two bridges.

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  • Ditmas Park, Brooklyn

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    Ditmas Park, officially recognized as a historic district, is a residential neighborhood in West Flatbushcherished for its antique Victorian style homes. The area has quickly transformed into a notable hub of activity due to the introduction of coffee shops, bars, and restaurants on Cortelyou Road.

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  • Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

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    Prospect Heights is a neighborhood noted for its cultural diversity. It is home to Brooklyn's equivalent to Museum Mile, featuring the Brooklyn Museum, the Botanic Gardens, and the enormous central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. With easy access to public transportation, cheaper rents, and a burgeoning commercial center,

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  • Park Slope, Brooklyn

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    Park Slope is a brownstone neighborhood extending west down a hill from Prospect Park. Residents are quite proud of its status as the creme de la creme of gentrified Brooklyn. Resident families and professionals are typically savvy, progressive, and eco-friendly big city dwellers with a neighborly sensibility. Shops, restaurants,

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  • Pelham Bay, The Bronx

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    Known for its massive and eponymous Pelham Bay Park, Pelham Bay is a neighborhood overflowing with two- and three-family homes. In close proximity to both Orchard Beach and multiple transportation options (the 6 line, multiple bus lines) Pelham Bay has much to offer both the sportsman and commuter.

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  • South Midwood, Brooklyn

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    South Midwood is a moderately-sized neighborhood in the southern central area of Brooklyn, bordering the larger neighborhood of Midwood. Home to very little nightlife, South Midwood is a quiet area with most of the businesses in the area closed on weekend nights. The homes in South Midwood range from

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  • Midwood Park, Brooklyn

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    Midwood Park is a small Brooklyn neighborhood adjacent to Fiske Terrace known for its Victorian homes and countryside atmosphere. Many newcomers move to Midwood Park in order to enjoy the benefits of living in New York City while having a garage and a backyard (unheard of!). The nabe also

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  • Midwood, Brooklyn

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    Midwood, located in south central Brooklyn betweenGravesend and Flatbush, is a breath of fresh air in an overpopulated, bustling city. The tree-lined streets, large front porches, and green lawns make for a tranquil, community-oriented atmosphere. Midwood is home to countless Kosher joints and also boasts a wide array of

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  • Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

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    Bensonhurst, located between Borough Park andBath Beach, is a family-oriented residential area. Bensonhurst was long ago nicknamed `Little Italy' in Brooklyn, but the area is home to a more varied community at present than the name suggests. Safe and charming, Bensonhurst can be easily accessed by public transport, and

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  • Flushing Meadows, Queens

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    Boasting the second largest park in New York City,Flushing Meadows' urban green area was the basis for scenery in Grand Theft Auto IV. Flushing Meadows is known for housing the Queens Museum of Art, and for its Unisphere, built for the 1964 World's Fair. The neighborhood has easy access

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  • East Elmhurst, Queens

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    East Elmhurst lies in the northwest corner of the borough of Queens. Not currently know as celebrity haven, East Elmhurst does have a star-studded history. During the 1950s and 1960's East Elmhurst was home to many cultural legends including Dizzy Gillespie, Langston Hughes, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Willie

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  • Bay Terrace (Queens), Queens

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    Stellar waterfront views are the attraction in Bay Terrace, which overlooks the East River and Long Island Sound at the point where they meet. Long considered part of Bayside, Bay Terrace began developing its own identity when the housing development and shopping center of the same name opened in

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  • Bayside, Queens

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    Bayside is a suburban neighborhood in the borough of Queens with well kept homes and landscaping–the pride of many of its homeowners. Now an urban homeowner's paradise, it is even replete with a recent influx of McMansions. During the 1920s, many actors and actresses lived here, establishing Bayside as

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  • Floyd Bennett, Brooklyn

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    Floyd Bennett is a tiny neighborhood in southeast Brooklyn named for the large, adjacent, and now-defunct airfield. Very similar to neighboring Mill Basin, Floyd Bennett is not particularly easy to get to. Real estate tends to be single-family homes or office space. Benefits of the neighborhood include water access,

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  • Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn

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    Located between Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery, Windsor Terrace is around the corner fromPark Slope and has absorbed some of this super popular nabe's vibe. Although several new establishments cater to the growing wave of newcomers, locals still rule the roost in this slice of quiet New York.

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  • Flatbush, Brooklyn

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    Sandwiched between a cornucopia of small nabes–including Kensington to the west and Prospect Lefferts Gardens to the north–this residential north central Brooklyn nabe is home to various commercial strips. This area is a stout brew of assorted residents and every kind of delicious cuisine you could dream up. Locals

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  • Wakefield, The Bronx

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    Bordering Westchester, Wakefield is the Bronx's most northern neighborhood. Quiet and calm, the nabe is served by the White Plains Road strip of shops. Adventurous shoppers are also just short ride away from the Yonkers-area Cross County Shopping mall. Wakefield is served by the 2 line (it's last stop!)

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  • Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

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    Bedford-Stuyvesant, popularly known as Bed-Stuy, is located in central Brooklyn, nudging up against ultra cool Williamsburg to the north and complex Crown Heights to the south. Its charming and renovated brownstones have been attracting newcomers priced out of Brooklyn hotspots. Bed-Stuy's past unsavory reputation has improved greatly and a

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  • Best Travel Backpack – How to Choose the Best Travel Backpack

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    People may have different ways of determining what is essential in a travel backpack. While some travelers look for aesthetics, capacity and comfort may be important for others. Here are several features to look for when selecting the best travel backpack.

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    Choosing the right backpack size depends …

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  • Van Cortlandt Village, The Bronx

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    An elegant mix of apartments and multi-family homes, Van Cortland Village is a subsection of Kingsbridge Heights and is marked by its neighborly and tranquil nature. Fortunate apartment residents are offered a view of the Jerome Park Reservoir. The nabe is in close proximity to its namesake Van Cortland

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  • Briarwood, Queens

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    Often mistaken for Jamaica, Queens, Briarwood is one of the borough's most well-kept secrets. Tree-lined streets typify its residential streets while Queens and Parsons Boulevards are replete with shopping and dining options. Centrally located, Briarwood is a very commuter friendly neighborhood with access to the subway, LIRR and the

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  • Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

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    As the nabe grows in popularity, Carroll Gardens continues to see an influx of new residents. The area is chock full of brownstones, townhouses, and new condos dotted with some open green spaces. Sharing Smith St. with neighboring Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens offers a host of

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  • Woodlawn, The Bronx

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    Located in the northernmost section of The Bronx, Woodlawn at points feels much more like an upstate nabe than a part of the city. Known for picturesque Muskrat Cove and the rolling hills of the Woodlawn Cemetery, Woodlawn is rife with quaint homes and exudes a small-town atmosphere. Its

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  • Ozone Park, Queens

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    Settled in 1882, Ozone Park was named after the ocean breeze that passes through it. Ozone Park is home to the Aqueduct Flea Market, which is a great weekend destination, carrying delicious baked goods and ethnic cuisine along side unusual antique finds. Ozone Park is full of small mom

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