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My checklist for an enjoyable night at a comedy club involves three key factors: No cover, cheap drinks and funny comics. Kabin Bar & Lounge delivers on all points.

Cirque du Soleil pitches its tent (metaphorically speaking) inside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for its newest arena show, Varekai. But hurry, there are only six performances remaining. Let the slide show whet your appetite, but get there before the tent folds on Aug. 3.

Mysteries of the Unseen World at The American Museum of Natural History explains how geckos can climb up glass.
  • My checklist for an enjoyable night at a comedy club involves three key factors: No cover, cheap drinks and funny comics. Kabin Bar & Lounge delivers on all points.

  • Cirque du Soleil pitches its tent (metaphorically speaking) inside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for its newest arena show, Varekai. But hurry, there are only six performances remaining. Let the slide show whet your appetite, but get there before the tent folds on Aug. 3.

  • Mysteries of the Unseen World at The American Museum of Natural History explains how geckos can climb up glass.

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Australian beauty Cate Blanchett returns to Manhattan for a dazzling performance in The Maids.

Whether you are checking out one of the city’s legendary attractions, escaping into fantasy at a Broadway show or indulging in some world-class shopping, the inevitable question will arise at some point: Where to eat? That’s where we come in.

There are plenty of ways to be sedentary in this town: theater, concerts, fine dining. But if you are more inclined to be active, then we’ve got your number for that, too.