Super Bowl is on your mind. We know this, but there's still plenty of fun to be had before the big game. Videology is hosting a workout session and screening old-school Jazzercise videos, a group of artist have built a pyramid scheme (of sorts_ for a one-day show, and crowds gather in Chinatown on S ... More >>
We know you've had a busy week, but don't lose steam and sleep the weekend away. That would be tragic. We've got your entire weekend all mapped out with exhibitions, shopping, and more importantly, a killer party.
Like a lot of panel discussions about art, Saturday's Silent Barn Public Meeting #2a talk and concert sponsored by the currently on-hold DIY space in the carpeted and wood-paneled upper room at Ridgewood's Gottscheer Hallhad a lot of talk about community engagement. Unlike a lot of art ... More >>
Not a lot of surprises at the mayor's State of the City speech today at Morris High School in the Bronx. In an auditorium inside the school, Mike Bloomberg spoke for about an hour on how to improve public education and the economy and how to make this great city the capital of innovation. Tha ... More >>
Julie Larson MaherI'm always so relentlessly Manhattan-centric, as if nothing else exists in New York, but a recent train voyage to Queens proved my self-imposed limitations have been a bit silly.
The Vendy Awards, which honor our city's pushcart finalists, have announced this year's finalists, chosen by the nominations of the street-dining public. They are the Biryani Cart of Meru Sikder -- who beat out the popular Quik Meal near his stand at at 46th Street and Sixth Avenue -- King of ... More >>
Its OK to drink the water here
Bloomberg's man Dan Doctoroff has an answer for rising seas: more coastal condos!
He sees trees of green, red roses, too. . . When the 1939 World's Fair departed Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, it left something behind: a time capsule buried 50-feet below ground, designated to be opened in the year 6939. Inside are microfilm rolls and newsreel footage, as well as 124 objects in ... More >>
An Extreme Painter Lays It Out
Three Months, 11 Exhibits