Jennifer Ceaser

Though she is not a Native New Yorker, for the past 12 years Brooklyn resident Jennifer Ceaser has been Out and About New York, finding the best the city and the boroughs have to offer in art, music and food.  From the free concerts in the park to the iconic Radio City Music Hall; from the corner pub to the Theater District's trendiest eateries, Jennifer will take you out to the streets, sharing everything New York is about.

Jennifer Ceaser is a veteran lifestyle and travel writer and editor and her wordsmith talents can be enjoyed in The New York PostGotham MagazineDelta Sky Magazine, Tribeca Film and elsewhere.

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  • NYC gears up for CMJ Music Marathon

    Published 5:48 p.m. October 3, 2011

    REM, Arcade Fire, and Feist have all played CMJ: this October, discover the latest indie bands before they hit it big.

  • Observing the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 in NYC

    Published 7:35 p.m. September 7, 2011

    The official 9/11 memorial will be unveiled on Sunday, but visitors will be restricted. You can pay tribute to those 2,983 individuals who lost their lives that day at events that are taking place all across the city.

  • Hot, new (and affordable!) hotels in NYC

    Published 4:15 p.m. August 18, 2011

    No Motel 6 or Holiday Inn here! These four boutique hotels offer sleek, chic accommodations -- and are pretty friendly on the wallet, too.

  • Take a European vacation without leaving NYC

    Published 4:58 p.m. July 26, 2011

    Whether you’re dreaming of Austria, Spain, or Italy, there’s a Manhattan restaurant that can whisk you away to that exotic locale, at least for a couple of hours -- even better, you don’t need a passport!

  • Where to celebrate National Tequila Day

    Published 5:46 p.m. July 18, 2011

    Did you know National Tequila Day is this Sunday, July 24th? So, where are you going to drink up? If you happen to be in New York City for that celebratory weekend, or anytime you’re itching for the agave spirit, here are a few places to indulge.

  • Broadway stars take the stage in Colonial Williamsburg

    Published 3:47 p.m. July 13, 2011

    No need to head north to the Great White Way: Four of Broadway's top talents take the stage in Colonial Williamsburg for two days of awesome American music.

  • Where to catch free art in New York

    Published 4:48 p.m. July 5, 2011

    We support MoMA, the Guggenheim and the Whitney wholeheartedly, but sometimes we like to save our pennies -- here are four free exhibits to catch this summer all across the city.

  • Spotlight on Colombia at Smithsonian Folklife Festival

    Published 12:35 p.m. June 22, 2011

    Colombia, South America, is coming to you — specifically, to the National Mall for the Smithsonian Folklife Festival starting June 30.

  • Four Great Waterbound Adventures in NYC

    Published 1:07 p.m. May 19, 2011

    New York City is surrounded by water, so take advantage of the cool breezes and great views on one of these wonderful water adventures.

  • These NYC bars are the tops... literally!

    Published 11:48 a.m. April 26, 2011

    When you’re spending $12 on a cocktail in Manhattan, shouldn’t it at the very least come with a great view? We think so. Here are our four picks for bars where you can enjoy a drink and a nosh way up where the air is rarified -- and the skyline looks even starrier.

  • Spring Flings in NYC

    Published 2:06 p.m. April 11, 2011

    When the Yankees and the Mets throw out the first home-opener pitches, it means spring has finally arrived in New York. But baseball isn’t the only game in town -- hit up these big-league events for movie buffs, car enthusiasts, art aficionados, and yes, even cocktail connoisseurs.

  • Where to eat and drink well in Times Square

    Published 11:56 a.m. March 31, 2011

    Think you can’t find a decent meal or a well-crafted Manhattan among all the chain restaurants in Times Square?

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