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Spirit Cruises Enjoy a wonderful meal, a festive musical revue, lively dance music, and a fascinating tour of New York Harbor. Depart from either side of the Hudson River. Choose Weehawken, or Chelsea Piers in Manhattan Manhattan Sightseeing Map - Shows the main sights and shops.
Maps and Menus of many NYC Restaurants. They list their 38 Essential Restaurants, the Hottest New Restaurants, Hottest Lunch Spots, and have current articles on how NYC is handling restaurant dining.
Order online from thousands of NYC restaurants with Seamless.com. Browse menus from your favorite local restaurants. Select what you want to eat and submit your order.
Search for restaurants and see their menus, prices, hours, locations, and more.
Cheap flights to New York (NYC).
Compare hundreds of travel sites in one search.

NYC Hotel Deals - other cities too.

The Official Tourism Site of NYC

Shopping, Restaurants, Hotels, Movies, History, Nightclubs, Bars, Galleries, Newspapers, Theaters, Museums, Bus, Subway, Tourist Info.
Sports and Broadway shows in New York City, or to click to view the touring shows across the nation.

New York Radio Guide
Not only can you find all the radio websites, but you can listen online with one click.
Also lets you generate a program listing for a given day of the week.

Use TicketMaster and Telecharge to search the New York/Tri-State Area for theaters and seating.
Radio City
There's more here than the Radio City Rockettes. The "Mighty Wurlitzer" organ, which was built especially for the theater has pipes, which are housed in eleven separate rooms. Learn more about events and Radio City history.
The leading provider of ticketing services for Broadway and off-Broadway events.

TKTS offers same-day tickets to Broadway and off-Broadway shows as well as other art events with a
25-50% discount, plus a small service charge.
Webcams - Webcams can show you what to expect before you travel. People enjoy seeing what's called 'a must see view' of Bourbon Street in New Orleans during Mardi Gras, but nothing tops NYC. Why not find a webcam spot, stand tall, and wave to all your friends and family back home. The DOT Main page has information - Pedestrians, Bicyclists, Motorists and Parking, Ferries and Buses, a Map and Satellite view, and their Camera Street List is extensive.
Various NYC Cams
41St and 6th
Bryant Park
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
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Little Italy
There were 77 breweries in New York City in 1890.
The New York City Beer Guide is the online source for information about the beer community in New York.

City.NYMAG - Rooftop Bars in NYC
Ellis Island is now online
Was a member of your family a passenger who came to America through Ellis Island between 1892 and 1924?
If so, you can search the archives for their records.

Explore the Catskill Mountains and the region with online books and pictures. See what it was like before it was settled. Specific items include:
Souvenir Picture Folders (1920s)
Various essays of the time, and from the writings of John Burroughs:
"In The Catskills" (1910)

Experience the Big Apple as a virtual visitor by exploring various tours before you visit.
See photos and maps and find out what NYC events will be going on at the time. Central Park, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, SoHo, South Street Seaport, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, Carnegie Delicatessen, Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal, Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, Rockefeller Center, Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center (see it as it was).

World Trade Center
September11News.com - a site with many images and time lines of the dramatic events of that day.
Ground Zero.

Empire State Building
At Fifth Avenue and 34th Street stands one of New York City's most famous fixtures - starring in over 90 movies, a star of gigantic proportions - The Empire State Building.

Statue of Liberty
Next to the flag, it's America's most famous symbol for freedom - an icon for the immigrant, Liberty Enlightening the World as it is officially titled is familiarly known as the Statue of Liberty.

Top ten New York architecture. Warning - Don't click on anything until you've looked over the entire page.
There's just too much here and you don't want you to miss any of it.
brooklynBrooklyn Pictures of all areas of Brooklyn, including views of Coney Island, Manhattan, Brownsville, Prospect Park, Bensonhurst, Flatbush, Sheepshead Bay, and all the rest.
Staten Island Ferry - Passengers ride the Staten Island Ferry for free. The fare for passengers, which had been 50 cents for a round trip between St. George, Staten Island, and the Whitehall Terminal in lower Manhattan, was eliminated in 1997. Service is provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The 5 mile, 25 minute ride provides a majestic view of New York Harbor and a no-hassle boat ride, for free! From the deck of the ferry you will have a perfect view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. You'll see the skyscrapers and bridges of lower Manhattan as you pull away and coming into focus again as you return.
 NJ Real-Time Traffic Reports - Before you head out         |    NJ Traffic Cameras - Before you head out

NY-NJ Airports - Flight Tracker for EWR, JFK, LGA      |    

cheap-parkingway EWR - Newark
JFK - Kennedy
LGA - La Guardia
Way - Book and Park. Hourly Parking,
Airport Parking, Monthly Parking,
Parking Pass, Event Parking.
New Jersey - Discover the Garden State - What are you missing out on?
Lots of events to pick from
Seating Chart.
The Historic Strand Theater
Lakewood - New Jersey
Events - Schedule - Tickets.

The historic 1926 theatre in downtown Red Bank, NJ.


The State Theatre is a magnificently renovated 1921 - 1800-seat vaudeville theater presenting a diversity of world-class events.
15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick.

Doors to the new Center Playhouse opened in March of 2001.

Located in beautiful Atlantic Highlands, the First Avenue Playhouse featuring dessert and dinner theatre!

New Jersey Online
Features sections on music, movies, television, theater, restaurants, casinos, comedy clubs, malls, wineries, and museums

Liberty Science Center

Kids get hands-on learning here where it's OK to touch the exhibits.
If you can't make the trip, they have a generous amount of online fun as well.


New York Office Of Unclaimed Funds
See if your name is in the database of Unclaimed Funds in NY or NJ.


Freehold Raceway is the oldest racetrack in the United States. Races started in the 1830s and Freehold Raceway was established in 1853. It features races for trotters and pacers, August - May.
Race replays  |  Statistics


Monmouth Park - The track opened in 1870. It features races May to July.
Their online site has results stats, and other info. Live races typically conclude between 5:30 - 6:30 pm.


Meadowlands Racetrack has harness races from December through August.
Check their site for currents dates and events. Who is the only horse buried at the Meadowlands? - Here

Local Area Weather and Power Outages -
7 Day Forecast | Hourly Forecast | Outages
Monmouth Area NewspapersJackson - Veterans MemorialFreehold - 9-11 Memorial
Red Bank Register Newspaper Archives - Search their pages by word or phrase from 1878-1991.

Atlantic City
lighthouses You will find news and information on all of New Jersey's Lighthouses, as well as dozens of original pictures.
New Jersey Lighthouses.
Information, including directions and visiting hours, is also made available.

New Jersey Unclaimed Property Administration

See if your name is in the database of Unclaimed Funds in NY or NJ.
Note: Check the EXTRAS section
for all the other states.

Ski Trips and Sailing too!
Check out the Princeton Ski Club.
This not-for-profit organization runs various events throughout the year, not just in the Princeton area, but all over the world!

Local Information, Events
Businesses, Dining, Community groups, Classifieds, Forums


Fast passenger ferries take you from NYC - 34th street, Wall Street, Brooklyn, and NJ, Atlantic Highlands.
They also have "Special Events" trips to Yankee Stadium, Shea Stadium, Summer Sunday Brunch Cruises and sometimes a Seahorse Express cruise to Monmouth Park on the weekends.

A local New Jersey newspaper servicing Colts Neck, Englishtown, Freehold, Manalapan and Marlboro.

Your number 1 Source for Things to Do in New Jersey.
No Power? Have a friend click here to see where the outages are. Hint: Select Summary - Outages by County.

A site dedicated to the fixing up and restoring old tube radios. Check out all the pictures and The NJ Antique Radio Club located in Wall NJ.
The Metz Bicycle Museum in Freehold, NJ, has one of the world's finest collections of antique bicycles, dating from the 1850's to the 1950's.

Open by appointment only.
Monmouth County Library
Renew your books online, check out their events schedule and use the Library online catalog.
View some of the popular web sites selected by librarians.
Ask a Librarian Q&A - NJ residents can connect online 24/7 with a real librarian.
Pay online
The New Jersey Drivers Manual
Section numbers and Point System
Note: Section 39:4-97.2 - Driving in an unsafe manner ( 4 points only assessed for the third or subsequent violation(s) within a five-year period.
Just moved - How to transfer your out-of-state license - The proper legal documents to pass the 6 Point ID
Vehicle Inspection Information
Learn how a Bills becomes Law.
Statue and other information.
State House Visitor Information.
Find out about guided tours.
There's also Kids' Page - Teacher Resources, Coloring Books, Puzzles, and other Fun Pages.


NJ TRANSIT operates the state's commuter rail network, and an extensive bus network of intra and interstate routes.
The system serves the region's commercial centers with commuter runs to and from Manhattan, Newark, Jersey City, Trenton, Camden, Atlantic City and Philadelphia.
Find out more about the schedules and fares on their site.

The Turnpike has 28 interchanges and covers 148 miles. Did you know that their travel lanes are 12' wide, exceeding Federal Standards (most are 10' wide).
Find out about E-ZPASS, Toll Rates, notices of proposed construction, and even get the Highway Advisory Radio message online. 1610 AM (South of Int. 14) 590 AM (North of Int. 14).


Let the Metropolitan Transportation Authority take you around town.
Check out their Subway and Bus maps.

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