Saturday: Symphony Space Hosts Annual Joyce Celebration

Symphony Space will host its 37th annual Bloomsday on Broadway celebration of James Joyce's Ulysses this Saturday at 7 p.m., with a … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Return of Indie Theater? New Group Looks to Fill Void Left By Lincoln Plaza Closing; Philip Roth Retrospective Coming

The closure of Lincoln Plaza Cinemas in January was a devastating blow to film lovers on the Upper West Side and throughout the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Two ‘Sing for Hope’ Pianos Have Been Placed on the UWS

The Sing for Hope project, which puts colorful pianos throughout the city for a few weeks for anyone to play, is back. And there are two p … Read the rest of this entry >>

Wherefore Art Thou Romeo? 103rd Street!

The bard sure is busy. There are multiple Shakespeares in the Park these days. Starting Tuesday, New York Classical Theatre … Read the rest of this entry >>

Outdoor Crafts Fair Returning Soon to Lincoln Center Under New Leadership

A craft fair is coming back to Lincoln Center early next month, under a new company's management. The new fair is "a revival" of the … Read the rest of this entry >>

DIY Festival at Bard Graduate Center Starts Friday

SPONSORED: DIY at Bard Graduate Center is a public festival that explores different approaches to making. Gathering together thinkers, curators, and ar … Read the rest of this entry >>

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 … Read the rest of this entry >>

Subway Musician ‘Maestro D’ Revives Frazzled Straphangers

He can’t make the 1 train arrive sooner. He can’t stop people from blocking the doors into the 2. But most every Saturday, Maestro D pulls off an even greater feat: Bringin … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Giant Snail and More Public Art Coming to Broadway Median

During a Community Board 7 Parks & Environment Committee Meeting this week, the Chair of the Broadway Mall Association's Public Art Committee, Deborah Foord, pres … Read the rest of this entry >>

Reelabilities Film Festival Promotes Diversity and Inclusion

Imagine the sound you most hate hearing. Nails on a chalkboard? Knuckles cracking? Maybe it’s your neighbor’s car alarm. Now imagine you hear these noises a … Read the rest of this entry >>

Two Local Stars to Root for on Oscar Night

With the Oscars just hours away, it's worth noting that many Oscar nominees tend to hail from the Upper West Side -- either they grew up … Read the rest of this entry >>

It’s Your Last Chance to See Amazing Balloons at the NYC Ballet

The NYC Ballet is giving the public a chance to see a fanciful balloon exhibition created by artist Jihan Zencirli. So come to the ballet d … Read the rest of this entry >>

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 … Read the rest of this entry >>

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, accordi … Read the rest of this entry >>

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 J … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Local WP Theater Celebrates 40 Years of Amplifying Women’s Voices

The WP Theater, located at Broadway and 76th Street, is celebrating its 40th anniversary season as the oldest and largest theater in the country … Read the rest of this entry >>

Photos: Closing Day at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas

“I’m on the list,” person after person told the ticket-takers at the farewell tribute to Lincoln Plaza Cinemas and the man who co-founded it, Dan Talbot, held on Sunday mo … Read the rest of this entry >>

NYC Ballet Gets Filled with Clusters of Colorful Balloons

Artist Jihan Zencirli has filled the New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center with colorful arrays of balloons ranging in size from ten inches to ten … Read the rest of this entry >>

Heartbroken Employees Plan Sendoff for Lincoln Plaza Cinemas: ‘I Care About How Things End’

People went about their usual business at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas on the morning after Martin Luther King Day. The ticket-seller sold tickets and the ticket-taker took … Read the rest of this entry >>

Nonprofit Opens an Art Gallery and Theater in Vacant Storefront

What to do with all these vacant storefronts? How about turning them into art spaces? A one-room storefront on Columbus Avenue has been transformed … Read the rest of this entry >>

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