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Martha's Country BakeryForest Hills, NY • November 7, 2011

The cakes here are wonderful! Try the Tiramisu, it's our favorite.

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New York Hall of ScienceCorona, NY • November 8, 2011

#StaffPick Lauren (Education): This is a great place for parents. Why? Kids of a wide age range (around 2 - 12) are so engaged. As a parent, it's a very low key, stress free place to take your kids.

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The UnisphereQueens, NY • November 8, 2011

#StaffPick David (External Affairs): Artist Matt Mullican’s Etched Granite Pavement at the base of the Unisphere traces the history of the park from its prehistoric roots through 2 World’s Fairs.

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Meadow LakeFlushing Meadows, NY • November 17, 2011

This is the largest lake in NYC at 93 acres! It's also home to the annual Dragon Boat Festival every August when you can watch boats decorated as dragons race & eat an amazing array of East Asian food

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Terrace On The ParkFlushing, NY • January 3, 2012

Terrence on the Park was formerly the Port Authority Heliport sitting 120-foot-high with a 360 degree circular theater. This was the entrance to the 1964-5 World's Fair.

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18 places including Hahm Ji Bach - 함지박, Leo's Latticini, Buddha Bodai, Jackson Diner
17 places including The Playground for All Children, Rocket Thrower Statue, Meadow Lake, New York State Pavilion
9 places including Build It Green, Flushing Meadows Carousel, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Louis Armstrong House Museum
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