Tag archives for American Museum of Natural History

When New York City puts on its holiday charm, even the grumps among us can’t help but be enchanted. There’s just something about twinkly lights, sweet treats, and whiffs of roasted chestnuts that is universally appealing. Here’s my custom itinerary for a festive holiday crawl that will take you from Greenwich Village all the way to Central Park.

It’s become a rite of summer on local news programs: a hysteria-inducing hotel bedbug epidemic story. The teary tales of vacations ruined, the zooms on the red welts, and the infographic of the life cycle of the tiny invaders makes them sound like villains in a summer blockbuster. It makes for must-see TV, but what to believe? Christopher Elliott exterminates some of the common misconceptions.

Extreme Mammals Take NYC

Amelia Mularz had an EXTREME weekend visiting the newest exhibit at New York’s American Museum of Natural History. Heading to the American Museum of Natural History always makes me feel like a kid again. Within minutes of stepping foot in the museum this past weekend, my friend and I had already challenged each other to…