Issue 108

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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1. SIGHTSEEING The cheapest way to see any city is to walk it and some places in New York are perfect for that, such as The High Line, Brooklyn Bridge and in the summer Central Park is the best place to be. It's got everything - even turtles! Don't forget to also book a free ferry ride to Staten Island and you can get a really nice close up of the Statue of Liberty. Once you are on the Island you can also see the Manhattan skyline from a unique angle. 2. LOCAL GEMS For those of you looking for something different, a local events app called 'Fever' can give you an idea of non-touristy things to do in the city. It is also handy for discovering events in the city for varying prices and deals, such as affordable boat parties and music events. 3. PARTY LIKE A REAL NEW YORKER The Bossa Nova Civic Club is one of New York's "coziest house and techno" hangouts. Located in Brooklyn, under the overpass in Bushwick, this is the place to be if you are looking for live industrial techno or jacking house sets. 4. EATING ON A BUDGET The Corner Bistro pays homage to the legendary American burger, with prices starting from $6.75, it would be a sin to miss out on this place. But if you are feeling more adventurous, why not try out Sripraphai, a Thai restaurant dubbed as one of New York's best Thai restaurants and with prices starting from $10.50, you won't leave disappointed. GUESTLIST 2018 / ISSUE 108 19 TRAVEL Here are the best NYC hacks learned from locals and from experience. Some activities are free, some are cheap as peas and a few will help you save on classic touristy must-dos. THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO AFFORDING A NYC GETAWAY

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