Outdoor Movie Nights: Five Local Spots Showing Free Films in August Put on the bug spray and bring a picnic! The Upper West Side has lots of outdoor movies showing this month.
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Hip-Hop Legend RZA Kicks Off Lincoln Center’s Free Three-Week Festival Lincoln Center puts on a wide-ranging festival every year for three weeks in late July and August, and this year’s fest will start with a unique performance.
Funky New Sculptures Land in Broadway Median; Official Unveiling Comes on Friday The Broadway Mall Association’s newest art exhibition is already on view outside several subway stops, but the official unveiling will occur
New Exhibition Shows Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. — ‘Rebels’ and Sometimes Rivals Viewing the new photographic exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and
SummerStage Wins Approval for Structural Upgrade and New Stage Community Board 7 voted to approve the City Parks Foundation’s plan to upgrade the SummerStage venue in Central Park, which, according to
What Upper West Siders Did Instead of Watching the Super Bowl: Judy Blumesday! Longtime fans of the programming at Symphony Space will likely be familiar with the venue’s annual Bloomsday on Broadway, a celebration of the work of James Joyce.
Thursday: Open House at Bard Graduate Center With Unique Discounted Gifts SPONSORED: Join Bard Graduate Center for a holiday Open House in the Gallery on Thursday, December 14 and enjoy seasonal refreshments and the opportunity to visit the final
Stone-Balancer Keeps Building, Even as People Keep Toppling His Creations Uliks Gryka, the Albanian immigrant who has been building carefully balanced stone sculptures along the Hudson River since this summer, recently created
STONEHENGE RISES ON THE HUDSON A French artist has been assembling stone sculptures on the edge of the Hudson River in Riverside Park. The carefully
Russell Tovey, Gemma Whelan Cast in Queers at The Old Vic The monologues mark 50 years since Britain’s Sexual Offenses Act of 1967, which began the decriminalization process of homosexual men. Performances begin July 28 for Queers, an eight-monologue work…
COLORFUL PIANOS WERE JUST DROPPED OFF AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD; FEEL FREE TO PLAY OR JUST LISTEN An organization called for Sing for Hope is placing pianos all over the city for people to play, and four of them will be…