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  • Walker Stage

    56 Walker St. New York, NY 10013
    917-667-1738

  • Warsaw At the Polish National Home

    261 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222-3901
    718-387-0505

    http://www.polishnationalhome.com

  • Water Taxi Beach

    Water Taxi Beach

    12 Fulton St. New York, NY 10038
    212-742-1969

    http://www.watertaxibeach.com Find your way to this outdoor oasis overlooking the East River and the Manhattan skyline and pass a few hours digging your feet in the sand. Wash down Idaho elk burgers and other tasty treats with beer, well drinks, or a frozen tropical cocktail. Harry Hawk, chef and part owner, welcomes all beach bums to relax in Queens. More >>

  • The Way Station

    The Way Station

    683 Washington Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

    http://waystationbk.blogspot.com

  • The Web

    40 E. 58th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-308-1546

    http://www.thewebnewyork.com Doll-like Asian go-go boys strip, jump around and rattle inside of cages here every night of the week. Monday and Thursday evenings patrons enjoy partial nudity as wellaif you check an article of clothing (pants or shirt, depending on the night), you get a free drink. Anyone over 18 can get in. More >>

  • Webster Hall

    Webster Hall

    125 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-353-1600

    http://www.websterhall.com Webster Hall has existed for over a century, but this landmarked, three-story venue is not stuck in tradition: It caters to every possible form of nightlife that's popped up in the city since the venue was created. For club-hounds, weekly staples include campy dance party The Awesome '80s Prom and rave Circus. For concertgoers, main-stage booking is handled by indie-rock-and-beyond warlords Bowery Presents. With a disco ball crowning its center, Webster's 2,500-capacity Grand Ballroom was recently called "the best stage in New York City" by none other than Prince. And if it's good enough for him... More >>

  • The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall

    881 7th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-903-9670

    http://www.carnegiehall.org

  • The Well

    The Well

    272 Meserole Ave. New York, NY 11222
    347-599-1759

    http://www.thewellbrooklyn.com Recently opened Bushwick/East Williamsburg space The Well is yet another entry into the grips of beer gardens suddenly popping up across the city. On their website, The Well boasts something like 300 different brews but has yet to deliver on that promise last we checked—they usually only tap five or six kegs. But regardless, they've thrown some exciting shows in the massive outdoor performance space. Their inaugural show? Cam'ron. A couple months later, that was followed with a fittingly raucous party with Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees. This rap-to-garage rock diversity of their music program is the strongest thing the Well has going for it, mainly due to their booker Chris White, who used to help run the CMJ festivities. Although it holds a lot of potential, the joint still needs a little work. The sound quality isn't the best, and security has a reputation of being overzealous. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • The Well

    272 Meserole St. New York, NY 11206
    347-599-1759

    http://www.thewellbrooklyn.com

  • Wesleyan University, Center for the Arts

    222 Church St., Middletown, Court Middletown, NJ 06459
    860-685-3355

  • West 21st St. and Surf Ave.

    Surf Ave. New York, NY 11224

    http://www.brooklynconcerts.com/seaside.html

  • William Patterson College, Shea Center

    300 Pompton Road Wayne, NJ 07470
    973-720-2000

    http://www.wpunj.edu

  • Williamsburg Park

    Williamsburg Park

    Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Work

    555 W. 33rd New York, NY 10020
    N/A

  • World Financial Center

    World Financial Center

    220 Vesey St. New York, NY 10281
    212-417-7000

    http://www.worldfinancialcenter.com The World Financial Center is not getting its due. Not only is it a center of commerce, but it is also a center for arts and culture and shopping and dining. At least, that's the goal. And, to be fair, there are some really great shops and restaurants. Also, there is always some interesting, albeit odd, art in the corridors. So stop giving it the cold shoulder and if you go to the World Trade Center site, go look at a thriving space afterwards. More >>

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