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The New Jersey Devils
The New Jersey Devils are a National Hockey League (NHL) ice hockey team based near New York. This makes them the third team you can see if you want to see ice hockey in New York. Ice hockey is one of the four most popular sports in the USA and accordingly the games of the New Jersey Devils are also well attended. A huge atmosphere and excitement are guaranteed – because the New Jersey Devils play first-class ice hockey and are regularly among the secret favorites for the NHL championship – the Stanley Cup.
New York Mets
In the USA, and thus also in New York, baseball is as important as it is for us, and for many people, it is more than just a sport. We think it’s totally awesome to talk to all the baseball crazy people in sports bars about old games and to discuss current games. In this New York Mets Guide, you will find out everything you need to know about the New York Mets baseball team.
New Year’s Eve
Who hasn’t always dreamed of spending New Year’s Eve in New York? The city that never sleeps is the perfect destination for the night of the night: Times Square, party boat, club, or Central Park – in the city of superlatives you have the choice.
Food Paradise in New York
New York has its very own scent – carried by the wind, it blows tourists and locals as they stroll through the streets. Falafel, pita, hot dogs, or tacos, everyone will be full here. Feast your way through the megacity with our food guide.
The Coolest Neighborhood in New York
There are so many cool neighborhoods in New York that you don’t even know where to start! To make your choice a little easier, I’ve summarized our favorite hotspots in the Big Apple – you should definitely visit these parts of the city.
Christmas Shopping in New York
It’s that time again: Christmas is just around the corner and the great search for the perfect gifts begins. If you want to make your shopping trip special, here are the best tips for the infamous Christmas shopping in New York!
NYPD: New York Police Apparatus
The New York Police Department (NYPD) is as complex and sometimes contradicting a structure as the city itself. In some respects, the NYPD is already a myth that has shaped the image of New York worldwide through film and TV. 51,000 people work for the NYPD, including 34,000 uniformed workers.
The New York Fire Department
The firefighters in New York are arguably the only people nearly every resident likes. Long before their heroic mission on September 11, 2001, in which 343 of them lost their lives in the fire of the World Trade Center, the New Yorkers gave them the flattering name “New York’s Bravest”.
Six Traditional New York Shops that Fell Victim to the Pandemic
Like everywhere else in the world, Covid also meant that many shops in New York had to close. It is particularly sad when companies with a long tradition going under. Here are five companies that were New York veterans and, unfortunately, ended their existence.
Getting Married in New York
Many couples get married in New York because it enables a different type of wedding – without the usual pressure and stress. New York is the ideal city to experience this very special day: It is crazy, fast, and colorful at the same time, but also incredibly romantic. We believe a wedding should be relaxed and fun in the style of New York.
Garbage Situation in New York
According to a study by the American Academy of Science, no city in the world produces more garbage than New York – over 30 million tons per year!
Central Park West is one of New York’s most exclusive residential streets….
Unusual New York: Art Street Galleries
Street Art is an art form that is associated with New York like no other city. But if you want to see underground trains full of graffiti, you are a little late – they have hardly existed since the 1990s. Street art that is unsolicited on house walls, passageways, or shop bars is also in short supply.
CoOp Boards of New York
In many of Manhattan’s venerable, exclusive residential buildings, you can’t just buy an apartment. No, if you want to live here, you have to acquire shares in a cooperative that entitles you to do so. The whole thing is called “Housing Cooperative” or “CoOp” for short.
Luxury New York
That there are many rich people in New York, who live in species that the normal citizen can hardly imagine, is known. But how is that actually concrete? Where and how do people who can choose it? Here is an overview.
190 Bowery
The house at 190 Bowery is located on the corner of Bowery and Spring Street in Manhattan’s trendy Nolita district – a building covered with graffiti. It was covered with old, partly sloping posters and the entrance was through a massive wooden door that was secured by an iron fence. Behind the building, which passers-by often cannot figure out, hides one of the most interesting stories in New York real estate history.
The Bowery
There is a story about a New Yorker who is released from prison after 20 years and finds Manhattan so changed that he no longer recognizes it. The feelings people have towards this constant renewal are mixed – it symbolizes vitality, but also a kind of rootlessness, the loss of reference points. 
222 Bowery
The 222 Bowery building was completed in 1884. At the time, the area was teeming with cheap pubs, shelters, homeless people, and prostitutes. The first tenant was the Young Men’s Institute, a forerunner of the YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association).
Ramones in New York
Hardly any other city has as much to offer in terms of rock history as New York. We take a look back at the legendary clubs and halls of the 1960s and 1970s. This is where trends began and where many stars started their careers.
A Brief History of Immigration to New York
Probably the first European to see the area where New York stands today was the Florentine explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano. During an expedition with the aim of finding a western route from Europe to Asia, he anchored here with his La Dauphine on April 17, 1524, and continued his journey the next day.