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In New York, it’s typical for tourists to look up and ogle the skyscrapers, while locals generally walk head down towards the pavement. So who then, is stereotyped as looking down upon the city from above? Gods, pilots, and photographers are among the limited answer options, and Jeffrey Milstein checks two of these boxes. He’s extensively photographed both aerial shots of cities and the aircrafts that allow him to do so.
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Good thing for newcomers & travelers to NYC to know. Don’t miss catching a Broadway show if you can swing it – these tips might help make that possible.
The theater season kicks into gear a few weeks from now, with a rush of new productions on and off Broadway. But while you wait for the best fall shows to open, you can see some that are already running for much less money than usual, thanks to discount initiatives designed to boost sales during a traditionally soft time for theater box office. Broadway has Broadway Week, which actually last for two weeks (September 4–17) and provides two-for-one tickets to most shows on the Great White Way. Even cheaper seats are available to Off Broadway shows via the 20at20 program (September 5–24).
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More than 127,000 people reportedly slept in New York City’s municipal shelters last year. Countless more slept on the streets.
The homeless population is often overlooked, but CBS News’ Michelle Miller spoke with one man who’s paying it forward.
A 29-year old Wall Street banker and a homeless veteran living on the streets of New York City is an unlikely duo.
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