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New York Memories

BYU's school of Communications New York Field Experience was unforgettable. Between the places, food and people, 6 weeks flew by leaving behind great memories. Check out this video to see what we did during the New York Field Experience.

A Beginner’s Guide to Midtown Manhattan

If it's your first time in NYC and you want to be efficient in your sightseeing, Midtown Manhattan is the best place to go. From Times Square to the Museum of Modern Art, the area is packed with iconic New York City sites. In this video, you'll learn about the

Tips & Tricks to Survive New York City

By Lauren McMullin and Sadie Anderson In order to have a successful trip as a tourist in the Big Apple one must be prepared. Watch this video to learn about the tips and tricks that will help you to survive and thrive in the city. You'll learn tips on public transportation,

Brooklyn based painter Robert Box

Meet Robert Box. A Brooklyn based painter who adds color to your life with his art. With a unique and entertaining story, he is a man of many trades. "The world needs art and by creating it I am doing humanity a favor." Check out his art work every Sunday until

Victory and The Peace Industry Music Group

A short introduction to the talent found in NYC's Central Park by Colton Bryan and Caulin Tanner This video highlights Victory and her family, who make up a group known as Peace Industry Music Group and have been performing in the park for 10 years.

The human monument to ballet

Central Park is a popular place of work for many street performers. Like others, the ballerinamime chooses this location to showcase her talent and earn some cash.

Bethesda Terrace in Central Park

Located in Central Park, the Bethesda Terrace contains the iconic Bethesda Fountain and overlooks The Lake. The fountain symbolizes a reference from the Gospel of John in the Bible, showing an angel blessing the Pool of Bethesda. It celebrates when New York City was first brought fresh water in 1842