New Yorkers are known for their personalities–there’s no getting around it! Whether you’ve lived in the area your whole life or you are starting a brand-new adventure in the Big Apple, now is the time to set your sights on the best in life.It may be a new job or some new friends; perhaps love is just around the corner.Bill Richmond, a boxer from Staten Island, was one of the first international sports heroes.“The New York Post”, America’s oldest newspaper, was founded in the early 1800s by Alexander Hamilton. Soldiers coined the term “Uncle Sam” to go along with the abbreviation, and thus an icon was born.The nation even got its “Uncle Sam” nickname from a New Yorker: meatpacker Sam Wilson, whose meat was stamped with “U. The city has been teeming with people for about as long as anyone can remember, and where there are people, there are things to do. What better place to find one-of-a-kind eateries than one of the oldest cities in America?Many a date night has been escorted around Time’s Square, Broadway, and all the touristy attractions throughout the city and state. The blend of nationalities and secret family recipes could only result in some of the best and most fabulous restaurants in the world.As you stroll around looking for things to do and people to meet, don’t forget to visit parts of the town that you’ve never been to.
Check out CC’s sister site Events for Christians or search online for events organisers in your area.New York City is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, but don’t let all that hustle and bustle get in the way of what it really means to live in New York.It’s exciting, full of interesting people, and a center of everything from entertainment to economics.Some are specifically for singles, while others are open to anyone, and they meet for pub lunches, walks, barbecues and outings. If you can’t find a local group, drop me a line on Facebook and I’ll try to help.If there’s no group in your area (and goodness knows, I’ve tried and failed to find groups in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, so please tell me if you know of any), how about organising a meet-up yourself?