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A Harlem soul food fix

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Take the A train to Manhattan’s 125th Street for fried chicken and waffles, candied yams, collard greens, pulled pork and a side or two of corn bread.
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Speakeasies, moonshine and gangsters

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US Prohibition left behind plenty of colourful history for travellers to explore today.
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Coney Island’s new thrills

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The redevelopment of New York City’s beachfront playground means modernised amusement park rides, but some fear it is at the cost of the boardwalk’s history.
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Bubbling Brooklyn

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The traditional soda fountain is making a comeback across New York.
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Nine NYC museums open for free

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Some of the city’s finest museums and galleries are open to the public from 6 pm to 9 pm on 14 June, accompanied by a huge block party, with 5th Ave closed to traffic.
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New York’s floating freight line

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The second section of the High Line, New York City’s celebrated garden-in-the-sky, opened earlier this week, 30ft above the city’s streets.
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