Summer Guide 2018


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When the neighbors hit the road, you can double-down on the city streets.

And you can be a summertime tourist without ever leaving home.

Lovely little victories await. Dinner reservations you can't get at other times of the year, and a feeling that there's a little more space when the neighbors are away.

And there's more, in our summer guide and in your summer.

There's lounging before Shakespeare in the Park, laughing with the family at the Father's Day festivities, confiding in a pal at a wine bar and taking in a movie at the pier.

They're all memories in the making.

So enjoy your town. Watch it calm down and open up, and remember why you wanted to be here in the first place.



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