By Sara Melomedov
New York City has a rich and colorful history. Much of that history includes racy, scandalous goings-on of the city’s grittier times - including illegal boozing, swinger parties, and drug-fueled rock and roll. Real New Yorkers know that the city’s taboo saga has helped to make it the unique, anything-goes place that it is today. Take the NYC Decadent History Quiz, and see just how well versed you are in New York’s debaucherous past.
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The oldest church in Manhattan, St. Paul’s Chapel functioned originally as a “chapel of ease” for Episcopal parishioners who were not able to get to the main church at Trinity Church—a 0.3 mile (or 7 block) walk away. The chapel was built in 1766 and is a
We’re here to break down exactly what you need to know and consider before bringing in the big bucks by renting your apartment through Airbnb.
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