From College Grants to Manga; UWS Public Libraries Are Offering Programs to Attract Teens

The four Upper West Side branches of the New York Public Library (NYPL) are redoubling their efforts to attract teens -- a gener … Read the rest of this entry >>

Theodore Roosevelt Statue Dismantled in the Dead of Night

Wednesday night at the American Museum of Natural History (80th and CPW), the work of dismantling and carting away the Equestrian S … Read the rest of this entry >>

In-Person Choral Singing for Adults 55+ Returns to Upper West Side

SPONSORED: The New York City Encore Chorale in front of Broadway Presbyterian Church during the fall season. Registration is now open for the winter/spring sessi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Even the Sunflowers are Shivering — But Spring is Just Around the Corner

The “real feel” temperature in NYC this morning is 2 degrees below zero, so here is a small photo bouquet of fl … Read the rest of this entry >>

Out of the Sky Came an Incredible Gift

"I think this is the painting your photographer had in m … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘A Mark Rothko Sky’: ‘Tonight Was Something Special’

"Tonight, a Mark Rothko sky, bands of dusty pink and purple that are an homage to the great pain … Read the rest of this entry >>

Time Travel to the Upper West Side Circa 1968 via Fascinating Documentary Streaming on Vimeo

Made for German television by directors Christian Blackwood and Robert Leacock, "Summer in the City" offers an outsider-insider’s perspective on the neighborho … Read the rest of this entry >>

Her Face Symbolized ‘Victory’; Now Hettie Anderson’s Amazing Story is Finally Being Told

A Black woman whose unique place in art history had faded with time is gaining prominence again, as members of her family and a … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Visit to the ‘Disco Dump’ Shows How the Upper West Side’s Recycled Paper is Reborn

Ask Anthony Bianco if he’s proud of his profession and you’ll see a smile no mask can hi … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Festival That Celebrates Emerging & Established Film, Theater & Comedy Artists 50+

SPONSORED: Goddard Riverside’s Community Arts Program will host an inaugural week-long arts festival from April 25-May 1, 2022 to celebrate eme … Read the rest of this entry >>

Join the Clarion Choir to Hear Rachmaninoff on New Year’s Eve and Day!

SPONSORED: The Clarion Choir continues its annual tradition of performing Russian choral music for New Year’s with Rachmaninoff's Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom on Decemb … Read the rest of this entry >>

Shakespeare in the Park’s Deteriorating Delacorte Theater Getting $77 Million ‘Revitalization’

The Delacorte Theater, best known for its free performances of Shakespeare's plays in the midst of Central Park, is getting a “much-needed revitalization” by The Public Th … Read the rest of this entry >>

Teddy Roosevelt Statue Headed for North Dakota; ‘Farewell or Good Riddance Depends on Your Point of View’

The scaffolding makes it real. The process has begun. Whether you’re celebrating or mourning, fuming or couldn’t care less, the Equestrian S … Read the rest of this entry >>

Season Four of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Is Coming; Watch the First Trailer Here!

Season four of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is premiering on February 18th, dropping new episodes every Friday for four weeks. And it just released the first of four new trai … Read the rest of this entry >>

On Chanukah, a Remake for the Ages!

All the buzz these days is about the upcoming remake of West Side Story. But it seems that a homegrown … Read the rest of this entry >>

Artist Behind This Year’s Origami Tree Traveled an Inspiring Journey — That Stopped Briefly at Ruby Foo’s Restaurant

An artist behind this year’s famed origami tree at the American Museum of Natural History got his start in an unlikely spot -- teaching chi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Check Out Unique Pottery and More as ArtWorks Holiday Crafts Fair Returns

The 42nd annual ArtWorks Holiday Crafts Fair at the West Side YMCA, 5 West 63rd, will be back this year for three days … Read the rest of this entry >>

New Trailer Released for West Side Story, Expected to Open Next Month

Steven Spielberg's 2021 movie version of the classic 1957 Broadway musical (and 1595 Elizabethan d … Read the rest of this entry >>

Community Group Makes New Push to Bring Back the Metro Theater as ‘Major Tenant’ Is Interested

The Metro Theater, on Broadway between 99th and 100th Streets, has been closed for 17 … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Pain in the Propane, Prewar Problems, Photographer’s Statue

No propane heaters will be permitted for outdoor dining this fall and w … Read the rest of this entry >>

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