NEW YORK, June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- New Yorkers seeking outdoor fun and practical ways to beat the heat this summer can turn to the city's #1 neighborhood news source, DNAinfo.com New York. This week, DNAinfo.com New York launches its "Summer in the City" section, showcasing everything from the week's hottest events and coolest bars across all five boroughs to tips for tamping down your apartment's temperature as the mercury rises.
"With features on everything from installing an air conditioning unit to navigating the city's summer school system, our Guide is designed for New Yorkers that stay in the city this summer," said Michael P. Ventura, managing editor, DNAinfo.com New York. "We'll also offer tips on seasonal getaways, dining and nightlife, and fashion and beauty."
Each day, DNAinfo.com New York features "top picks" about the week's best happenings, including special events, concerts, family activities, sports and other celebrations. A dedicated "Summer in the City" page details neighborhood events and activities for every age range.
More than 20 local businesses sponsored this special section: The Molecule Project, Manhattan By Sail, Hampton's House of Gardens, NY Artistic, Table 87 Coal Oven Pizza, MUD Shop NYC, Physique Swimming, LearningRx, Tread Bike Shop, Papasito, Thomas Fitzsimmons, Down to Earth Markets, ABV Wine Bar, Buunni Coffee, El Habanero, Anthea Center, Bike Ahead, Catalyst Luxury Lifestyle, Fiechter & Salva LLP, New York Total Health Center, Harvest Home Farmer's Market and Le Churro.
For more details, visit: www.dnainfo.com/new-york/promotions/summer-in-the-city-2013.
About DNAinfo.com New York
DNAinfo.com New York (www.DNAinfo.com/New-York) is New York City's leading neighborhood news source. We deliver up-to-the-minute reports on entertainment, education, politics, crime, sports, and dining. Our award-winning journalists find the stories – big or small – that matter most to New Yorkers. The inspiration, funding, and strategic vision for DNAinfo.com come from entrepreneur and Ameritrade (AMTD) founder Joe Ricketts.
SOURCE DNAinfo.com New York