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Inside South Street Seaport's Revival as a Destination for Shopping, Dining

The area is quickly becoming one of the most vibrant in New York, with the biggest names in food and retail racing to set up shop.

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Wander through Honolulu's Magical New Light Garden at Victoria Ward Park

The “Light Garden, a 1,000-Year Bloom” installation by Symmetry Labs opens to the public on Friday, December 21, 2018 after its unveiling ceremony last weekend, and continues every evening until January 31.

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Las Vegas Aviators the New Name for Triple-A Baseball Team

The Las Vegas 51s are no more, as the longtime Pacific Coast League franchise that began as the Las Vegas Stars in 1983 officially has been renamed the Aviators.

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Topping-Out Ceremony Marks Progress on New Las Vegas Ballpark

A topping-out ceremony celebrated construction progress on the Las Vegas Ballpark, a new Triple-A baseball stadium under construction in downtown Summerlin.

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OPUS Merriweather: A Bright Idea is Back

When OPUS Merriweather took place in Symphony Woods and Merriweather Post Pavilion in 2017, this avant-garde combination of interactive art installations, video projections, dance and live music attracted 15,000 visitors.

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Riverside, Howard Hughes Cleared to Build 110 North Wacker Office Tower

Five months after Riverside Investment & Development and Howard Hughes Corp. started foundation work on their 1.4 million-square-foot office tower at 110 North Wacker Drive, the project was cleared to rise 800 feet into the air.

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2018 Travel Awards: 44 Best Travel Destinations & Gear of the Year

There’s more to Honolulu than mai tais and Waikiki Beach, despite what some of those Facebook photos suggest. Case in point: Ward Village, a shopping and dining collective in the heart of the hip Kaka‘ako district.

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This Artist Wants You to Look Up and Savor a Balloon Rainbow

Pier 17 on the South Street Seaport was teeming with people craving to be near the water. It was a hot Saturday afternoon, and the East River sparkled in the sunlight, the salty Lower Manhattan air carried the beats of familiar contenders for song of the summer.

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