From the top of the Empire State Building to the lowest rails of the underground subway system, and stretching for miles between its many borders, New York is a city truly filled with enchantment, excitement, and entertainment. New York is a bustling central station for theater, business, retail, industry, real estate, entertainment and more, with new beginnings happening every minute of every day. Whether you'd rather spend the day relaxing in Central Park or wait until nightfall when you can take your pick of the city's thriving clubs and bars, New York has something special in store for every personality, preference and taste. (Speaking of taste, New York has an unparalleled selection of unique and high-quality restaurants for your dining pleasure).
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Anarchism; the political theory that a community is best organized by the voluntary cooperation of individuals, rather than by a government. New York holds it's Anarchist Film Festival anually in the month of April, this year it was held in honor of Brad Hill on April 8th 2011 at 6th Street Community Center, 638 East 6th St.
New York is divided into five boroughs, each with its own unique character. The most well-known borough, Manhattan is the central hub of the NYC economy, with a daytime population of 2.874 million, 1.337 million of whom commute. As well as a variety of other major companies and corporations, seven of the world's top eight advertising agencies are headquartered in this borough, specifically on Madison Avenue (hence the street name doubling a term for the entire advertising industry). Whether you're browsing the storefronts for that perfect purchase or managing the paperwork in the background, Manhattan is a great place for both work and play.
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Queens, another NYC borough, is considered to be the most ethnically diverse 115 square miles on the planet. It is largely due to this diversity that Queens has some of the greatest selection of dining in all of New York City. Whether you're looking for a romantic French restaurant or a quaint Greek and Cypriot selection, you're most likely to find it in Queens. And for before- or after-dinner entertainment Brooklyn is home to a wide variety of parks, shows, and attractions, including the New York Aquarium, Keyspan Stadium, and much more. The Bronx and Staten Island also offer a fair selection of attractions, as well as some of the most beautiful gardens, zoos, and monuments the city has to offer. With all of this and more awaiting you, what more reason do you need to come visit the great New York City?