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An exciting slew of ambitious, yet still often accessible, restaurants are on the way New year, new restaurants. Thankfully, despite increased cost of doing business with rising minimum wage, New York’s dining scene is already shaping up to be one filled with ambitious — and often accessible — restaurants, ranging from an experimental brothless ramen shop to a revival of the legendary Keith McNally restaurant Pastis. To be sure, increased

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Most people are quite familiar with yoga. Yes, it’s a mind-body practice that boosts your physical strength and ability to be present in your breath through different bendy poses—but there are so many ways to go about doing it. Essentially, there are different kinds of yoga, which range from the traditional vinyasa flow to ashtanga (a more rigid, repetitive style) to yin (a very slow method of holding positions)—and then there’s Kundalini yoga. The

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Bubbling hot pot and a new burger join the list. It's time to update the Queens Heatmap, a guide to new and recently reviewed restaurants in the mighty borough of Queens. Here are the places that the critics, bloggers, and restaurant obsessives are buzzing about right now. Added in January: Liuyishou (popular hot pot import to Flushing from China) and the Seneca (a casual American restaurant and bar in Ridgewood) For a list

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