Mayor Holds Out Possibility of NYC Homecoming Concert Part 2: ‘There’s Unfinished Business There’

Mayor Bill de Blasio is not ready to call the NYC Homecoming Concert over, even though it ended abruptly on Saturday … Read the rest of this entry >>

NYC Mega Concert Canceled Midway Through: ‘Mother Nature Put Her Foot Down’

At 7:37 p.m., Saturday night, We Love NYC: The Homecoming Concert was suspended after lightning fl … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘Opera Buddies’ Complete Their Pandemic Journey

Carolyn Starry & Marion Chalat achieved a remarkable goal during the pandemic -- they watched 497 operas streamed live by the Metropolitan O … Read the rest of this entry >>

New York Film Festival Returning With In-Person Screenings; Denzel’s ‘Strikingly Inward’ Performance

“We can’t wait to welcome New York Film Festival audiences back to Lincoln Center this fall, and what a way to do tha … Read the rest of this entry >>

Delayed by the Pandemic, ‘Broadway Blooms’ Brings Outdoor Sculpture Back to the Broadway Malls

Although the official launch is not until August 2nd, sculptor Jon Isherwood’s exhibition of eight carved marble fl … Read the rest of this entry >>

More Free Art, Music, Dance and Movies Coming to Lincoln Center in August; Sign Up Early

Lincoln Center's free Restart Stages arts fest is well underway and there will be a lot more of it in August, including jazz con … Read the rest of this entry >>

Shakespearean Shakeup: Merry Wives Star Injured, and In-Person Standby Lines Are Back

The official press opening of The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park production of Merry Wives has been postponed from July 27th to Augus … Read the rest of this entry >>

Pop-Up Neighborhood Sing-Along at Lincoln Center Plaza With The Young People’s Chorus

As the sun tops off a mostly gray day, a pop-up sing-along will enliven the neighborhood at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 11t … Read the rest of this entry >>

Rejoice, Resplendent New York: Shakespeare in the Park Is Returning on July 6th — But No Line This Year, A Lottery!

“We all understand how precious what we do is and how easily it can be ripped away fro … Read the rest of this entry >>

New-York Historical Society Will Expand to Encompass The American LGBTQ+ Museum and a State-of-the-Art Library

With the unanimous approval of the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), and not a zoning issu … Read the rest of this entry >>

Celebrate the Summer Solstice — Monday, June 21st — With ‘Make Music New York’

Monday, June 21st, Make Music NY rings in its 15th year celebrating the Summer Solstice with … Read the rest of this entry >>

Riverside Park Offers Miles of Outdoor Art this Summer that Surprises and Belongs

Art can be found anywhere: in the grass, on fences, or on rocks.  Some pieces may take you by sur … Read the rest of this entry >>

Actress Struck by Scooter Near Lincoln Center Has Died From Her Injuries; Driver Not Found

Lisa Banes, the 65-year-old actress who was hit on Friday, June 4th, by a motor scooter that fled the scene at Amst … Read the rest of this entry >>

SummerStage Offers In-Person, Outdoor, Free Central Park Concerts Starting This Month; Check Out Some Acts

SummerStage, New York City’s largest, free, outdoor performing arts festival, is coming back this season -- live and in person -- beginning on June … Read the rest of this entry >>

Opening June 12th: The Newly Renovated Halls of Gems and Minerals at the American Museum of Natural History

The path to the new Allison and Roberto Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals at the American Museum of Natural Hi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Trey Anastasio Will Play the Beacon Theatre for the First Full-Capacity Indoor Show in Manhattan; Vaccination Required

He’s back! Upper West Side local and Phish guitarist, Trey Anastasio, is performing two solo shows at the B … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘We Belong Here’ Banners on Lincoln Center Buildings Affirm Asian American Pride

The majestic banners that grace the buildings of Lincoln Center usually announce the events inside.  But, since April, the banners o … Read the rest of this entry >>

Children’s Workshop in Central Park: A Hat for Every Head!

SPONSORED: How do you like to accessorize? What do your hats say about who you are or what you like to do? Join us as we investigate … Read the rest of this entry >>

First Trailer Released for UWS Comedy ‘Only Murders in the Building’

The first trailer was just released for a comedy that's been filming on the Upper West Side for the last few mo … Read the rest of this entry >>

Artist Casually Drips Masterful Self-Portrait Onto Sidewalk While Waiting for Cab

Artist Paul Richard left a dinner at The Laureate building on March 11 and was waiting for an Uber near the corner of 76th Street and Broa … Read the rest of this entry >>

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