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Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace, the revival of a beloved West Hollywood-based roller rink from the late '70s and early '80s, will open in April.


We asked people in Midtown to name something they like about the much-loathed area.


A native New Yorker answers this question, and has some suggestions on how to improve Midtown.


The Dumb Midtown Martini was the entrance fee into discovering that part of town’s charm and idiosyncrasies, a way to enjoy a place I normally associated with labor and stress and annoyance.


The origin of the green chairs can be traced back to one urban planner's observation that 'New York is a tough town to sit in.'


Anywhere else, a massage is an unaffordable luxury only for the rich, but for someone making a middling salary, the spot near my old office and next to a liquor store made me feel like I was getting a bargain on basic self-care.


Alongside 'Times Square Red, Times Square Blue'’s handjobs, there are both provocative arguments and charmingly observed tidbits of lore and history—like the fact that 35mm films disappeared from porn theaters by 1986.