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Writer and Lyricist Dick Scanlan on the Return of The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Molly Brown is finally back on the New York stage—but this isn’t the same Molly Brown audiences knew 60 years ago. Writer/lyricist Dick Scanlan explains.
Bowl to Soul: Newest wagamama Location Now Open in Midtown
Beloved London-born pan-Asian restaurant wagamama has just launched its newest location, taking on a prime Midtown Manhattan spot at 55th Street and Sixth Avenue.
March & Beyond: What’s New & What’s Next on Broadway
Broadway’s winter-into-spring season is about to go full throttle. Adding to the excitement is the celebrity count (high) and the roster of productions (formidable). And so we begin…
Alfred Jarry: The Carnival of Being and Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Visionary Architect at the Morgan
The Morgan Library & Museum kicks off its winter exhibition schedule with several notable offerings, including Alfred Jarry: The Carnival of Being and Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Visionary Architect.
10 Winter Exhibits in NYC
Get out of the cold and into some culture! This winter, New York’s museums will immerse you in new worlds like facial recognition technology, Age of Reason architecture, and the concept of impermanence. Read on for ten fascinating exhibitions to check out in coming weeks at MoMA, the Guggenheim, Brooklyn Museum, and more.
Feminist Imagination: Brooklyn Museum's 'Out of Place' Debuts Next Week
The Brooklyn Museum continues its exploration of feminist art with Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection, opening January 24. Featuring works by Louise Bourgeois, Beverly Buchanan, Chryssa, Thornton Dial, Helen Frankenthaler, Lourdes Grobet, Louise Nevelson, Dorothea Rockburne, Betye Saar, Miriam Schapiro, Judith Scott, Joan Snyder, and May Wilson.
Met Gala 2020 | It's About Time: Fashion and Duration
As part of the museum’s 150th anniversary celebrations, the Met will launch the new exhibition About Time: Fashion and Duration in May 2020, which will then run through September 2020. The exhibition will also serve as the theme for next year’s Met Gala.
Origins of the New York City Horse Racing Scene
Given there’s such a long and traditional history associated with thoroughbred horse racing in the state of New York, it’s hardly surprising that the ‘Sport of Kings’ remains hugely popular here; albeit with the irony that the two most famous tracks are actually located within the vicinity of the Queens borough of New York City.
A Guide to New York City’s Top Gaming Establishments
Perhaps soon we could see a Foxwoods Lounge within the city limits, but until then there are options for the discerning traveler.
Best of Holiday Happenings in NYC 2019
It’s holiday time in New York City! Renowned for its decadent holiday décor, creative window displays, twinkling Fifth Avenue displays, and assortment of retail shops, New York City certainly is the place to be during the holidays. There are so many destinations to indulge in—from holiday shopping to ice skating, tree lightings, caroling, and more. Be sure to check out this lineup of fun, festive activities and start filling up your calendar. Be merry and make the season bright!
Morbid Anatomy Library and Museum Is Reborn in Green-Wood Cemetery
The Morbid Anatomy Library and Museum, a beloved institution devoted to the art and science of death, has reopened in an entirely new and most fitting location, Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery.
The Best Nightlife in the Meatpacking District
After shopping, eating, and a trip to The Whitney, it’s time to plan your night out in New York’s Meatpacking District. Explore this fashionable area where the West Village intersects Chelsea, whether you’re looking for a casual beer or an all-night dance party. Read on for the bars and clubs you should know in Meatpacking.
8 Outer Borough Museums to Visit in NYC
Manhattan has its fair share of museums, but if you take a step out of New York’s primary borough, there is plenty of culture yet to uncover. See the oldest building in the city, an acclaimed botanical garden, and an exciting new film screening among these eight institutions to check out in Brooklyn, Staten Island, The Bronx, and Queens.