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The Value of Good Design at MoMA
(February 15, 2019) - MoMA is home to one of the greatest design collections in the world—and as a new exhibition shows, the museum has long had an impact on how the world thinks about design. Museum goers can get a new look at MoMA’s design history and global reach at The Value of Good Design, a showcase of midcentury design and the museum’s role in bringing it to the public. (read the story...)


Explore The First Jewish Community in North America with NYC's JanetK Tours
(February 15, 2019) - Tours of New York can do more than provide an overview of the city: they can open up hidden worlds among the many layers of the city. JanetK Tours, from a licensed gold star New York City Sightseeing Guide, is one such ambassador, revealing the secrets of the first Jewish community in North America. (read the story...)


Savings and Discounts: Visiting New York City Museums on a Budget
(February 14, 2019) - There’s no reason to skimp on culture when you’re in New York. If you want to see some of the world’s great art works and learn fascinating stories from history, take advantage of the many free and cheap museum events throughout the city. (read the story...)


New Winter Exhibits at the New-York Historical Society Explore Cartoons and Conservation
(February 13, 2019) - New York’s first museum has kicked off 2019 with a suite of fascinating new exhibits for locals and visitors alike. Located on the Upper West Side, the New-York Historical Society dives into the history of this great city with art, artifacts, multimedia installations, and special events surrounding a wide range of city-centric topics. In February, check out the Mort Gerberg exhibit, profiling the over 50-year career of this New Yorker cartoonist. (read the story...)


Do It for the Gram: 17 Instagrammable Exhibits in NYC
(February 08, 2019) - Instagrammable moments, or should we say “immersive experiences,” are taking over New York. They’re not quite art exhibits and not quite museums, but these photo ops are awfully pretty and fabulous fun to visit. (read the story...)


Brand New Museum of the Dog Opens in NYC
(February 08, 2019) - After 32 years away, the AKC Museum of the Dog has returned to New York City. Celebrate canines at this exciting new attraction, located in the headquarters of the American Kennel Club near Grand Central. The museum opens the same weekend as the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the popular yearly event at Madison Square Garden.. (read the story...)


Indomitable Spirit—Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving Opens
(February 07, 2019) - One of the most iconic female artists of our time, Frida Kahlo, is the focus of an extensive new exhibition at Brooklyn Museum. Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving (the exhibit title taken from one of her own drawings) features 300+ items, including 11 paintings, in addition to sketches and many never before seen photos. The timed-ticket exhibit runs Feb. 8-May 12. (read the story...)


Cat People: NYC Hosts Third Annual Cat Conference 'Jackson Galaxy’s Cat Camp' This June
(February 05, 2019) - Cat owners and wannabe cat owners, it’s time to mark your calendars. For the weekend of June 1st  and June 2nd, 2019 you’ll want to be in New York City for the third annual get-together of the first feline-focused conference this city has ever seen. Cat Camp is going to be the must-attend event for every cat person in the NYC area, filled with vendors, shopping experiences, inspirational talks, and an adoption area. (read the story...)


'Implicit Tensions: Robert Mapplethorpe Now' Opens at the Guggenheim
(January 30, 2019) - Few people will doubt the ability of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe to shock an audience. More may be surprised by his ability to elicit a kind of hushed awe. Mapplethorpe, who died 30 years ago of complications from AIDS, is the subject of Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now, a two-part retrospective at The Guggenheim. Mapplethorpe, who died 30 years ago of complications from AIDS, is the subject of Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now, a two-part retrospective at the Guggenheim. (read the story...)


10 BOGO Museum Exhibitions Not to Miss During NYC Must-See Week
(January 28, 2019) - NYC Must-See Week is a yearly event offering 2-for-1 tickets to attractions throughout New York City. Happening now, Must-See Week will last until February 10, with some truly great steals at a wide range of venues. Several museums are participating, including big names like the Guggenheim and under-the-radar wonders like the Fraunces Tavern Museum. Below are 10 exhibitions at participating museums. (read the story...)


Celebrate Women's History Month 2019 in NYC
(January 25, 2019) - March is Women’s History Month, celebrated nationwide since 1987, which gives us a perfect excuse to highlight some of New York’s most innovative ladies. Below, find food, art, design, film, and comedy made by and about women. Some events occur exclusively in March, while other offerings—recurring comedy shows, restaurants, the Badass Bitches tour of the Met—can be enjoyed all year long. (read the story...)


J.R.R. Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth Opens at Morgan Library
(January 25, 2019) - The Morgan Library & Museum in NYC presents 100+ original works by one of the world's most beloved authors, JRR Tolkien, in the exhibition Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth, open January 25-May 12, 2019. The exhibit is in collaboration with the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford. It's the first time this exhibit is being shown in the United States. (read the story...)


NYC Must-See Week 2019: 2-for-1 Tickets to Museums, Tours, and More
(January 18, 2019) - Looking for a fantastic New York experience for half the price? You’re in luck! From January 21 to February 10, some of the city’s top attractions will offer 2-for-1 tickets during NYC Must-See Week. (read the story...)


Shades of Brilliance: Tiffany Glass at The Neustadt Collection and Queens Museum
(January 11, 2019) - The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, located in Long Island City, Queens, seeks to preserve Louis C. Tiffany’s contribution to American design and innovation. Tiffany’s distinctive glass lamps and over 250,000 pieces of glass, collected at Neustadt, are open to the public for the first time ever! Twice a month, come experience an intimate, guided tour of the Tiffany Glass Archive, just a short ride from Grand Central. (read the story...)


Where to Find Culture and Cocktails in NYC
(December 26, 2018) - After a leisurely afternoon of browsing artwork, unwind with a cocktail or glass of bubbly at one of Manhattan’s chic museum restaurants, lounges, or bars, including Morgan Library, Museum of Art & Design, The Neue Galerie, and more. (read the story...)


Winter Dance Performances in NYC
(December 21, 2018) - The weather outside may be chilly, but things will be heating up this winter inside New York City’s theaters, as dancers and choreographers in all genres perform world-class work on the city’s stages. From classic Nutcracker productions to cutting-edge modern dance works, here are the winter dance performances that should be on your radar. (read the story...)


Now Open! KGB Spy Museum in NYC
(December 21, 2018) - Brand new to Manhattan, the KGB Spy Museum takes you deep into the world of Soviet espionage from the early 20th century to today. Located on West 14th Street, this museum exposes kids and adults to the secretive technologies that make spying possible, like cryptology machines, tiny recording devices, and poisonous umbrellas (you read that right!). You’ll also find out how the covert work of intelligence agents has shaped the world and influenced our public fears of Russia, a country still prominent in the American imagination today. (read the story...)


Tickets on Sale for Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving at Brooklyn Museum
(December 17, 2018) - Opening February 8, 2019, Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving will present the art and artifacts of the renowned Mexican painter at the Brooklyn Museum. Tickets are on sale now. (read the story...)


Holiday Shopping: Experience Gifts You Can Only Get in New York
(December 05, 2018) - From a baking session with a renowned pastry chef to an exciting helicopter tour around Manhattan to a night out listening to live music, there are a host of enticing Manhattan gift experiences at a variety of prices. (read the story...)


Festive Fun at 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer in NYC
(December 04, 2018) - Flatiron is getting a lot more fun this holiday season, as the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership hosts 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer. Each day from December 1 to 23, local businesses are celebrating the holidays with a series of giveaways, free walking tours, free fitness classes, performances, and an interactive art installation on Flatiron Plaza. (read the story...)


How to Celebrate the Holidays in Brooklyn
(December 04, 2018) - For more holiday fun, take a trip to nearby Brooklyn! This season, several big traditions will be back, like ice-skating in Prospect Park and the insane Christmas lights in Dyker Heights. Other new events are taking over the borough, like WinterFest at the Brooklyn Museum, a holiday variety show in Gowanus, and a hip-hop version of The Nutcracker. (read the story...)


What to See this Winter at the Museum of Arts and Design
(November 27, 2018) - Conveniently located along Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design (or MAD) presents works of art and craft like chairs, vases, fabric, and jewelry. Come to the museum this winter for exciting new works that will stir the senses and spin sensational stories (but fair warning: some are fake news). (read the story...)


10 Offbeat Ways to Spend Your Holidays in NYC
(November 27, 2018) - Diversify your holidays with some offbeat holiday things to do in New York City this year. Experience solstice-themed music at St. John the Divine, take a holiday-themed bus tour on THE RIDE, explore the world of Harry Potter at the New-York Historical Society, see Jewish comics play on Christmas Eve at Gotham Comedy Club, and much more. Read on for some great holiday alternatives in NYC. (read the story...)


Met Costume Institute Readies "Camp: Notes on Fashion" for 2019
(November 27, 2018) - While the Met’s vast collection is renowned throughout the art world, few of its exhibitions are as hotly anticipated as the museum’s annual Costume Institute exhibition. The annual display, which also serves as the theme of the annual Met Ball, will return this May with Camp: Notes on Fashion, a stylish exploration of the camp aesthetic. (read the story...)


10 Concerts to Ring in the Holidays in NYC
(November 27, 2018) - There are lots of ways to enjoy holiday music in New York City. Here are ten holiday-themed concerts you can check out this December in New York City, including John Legend, Yo La Tengo, a Home Alone concert, Z100's Jingle Ball, and more. (read the story...)



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