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A volunteer-run shop in Brooklyn helps shoppers transform into superheroes, both in costume and in spirit.

Henry Clay Frick really loved art—so much so that he started an impressive collection in his Upper East Side home, which you can still view today at The Frick Collection museum.

“I love that bridge,” Marilyn Monroe said of the city’s grand Brooklyn Bridge.
  • A volunteer-run shop in Brooklyn helps shoppers transform into superheroes, both in costume and in spirit.

  • Henry Clay Frick really loved art—so much so that he started an impressive collection in his Upper East Side home, which you can still view today at The Frick Collection museum.

  • “I love that bridge,” Marilyn Monroe said of the city’s grand Brooklyn Bridge.

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Spectacular art and experimental entertainment to spark all five senses.

Splendid as it is, summer in the city can also be oppressively sticky. Fortunately, keeping cool is easy when you know how to plan. Here, our top picks for remaining refreshed on even the hottest days.

Hollywood's blonde bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, also had a particular passion for the Big Apple.