Philip Glass and Tim Fain Play Chamber Works
The Temple Of Dendur, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Saturday, April 21
Better than: Battling tourists to enjoy what may be the most beautiful room in New York City.
The Sackler Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, containing the more than two-millenniu ... More >>
Have you ever wondered what Alex Rodriguez's favorite works of art in the Metropolitan Museum of Art are? Would you have guessed they include a Manet, a Thomas Eakins, a 10th-11th century Sicán funerary mask and a Rauschenberg among others? Well, that's what the museum's newest ad campaign with the ... More >>
Tell your children not to walk Wye Oak's way. 2011 was a year of looking back relentlessly, whether you were awash in Remember The '90s nostalgia or getting down at a New Kids On The Block show or watching Lady Gaga try to bring back the variety-hour era with her whacked-out Thanksgiving spec ... More >>
wallyg/FlickrPossibly the most recognizable landmark at Zuccotti Park is the "red structure," as occupiers call it. The sculpture's name is actually "Joie de Vivre" and it's by Mark di Suvero, an American abstract expressionist sculptor. "Joie de Vivre" was formerly located at the Holland Tun ... More >>
They say beggars can't be choosers, but one man refuses to accept the age old wisdom. Robert Darling commutes to Manhattan from his New Jersey apartment twice a week to look for a bride, but he won't marry just anyone; his future wife has to be loaded. He dons a cardboard sign that reads, "Hi ... More >>
It can't be easy being City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, the powerful lesbian who runs around making speeches and pushing things forward.
But at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Post Pride bash the other night, I gave Quinn a light moment.
In Waste Of Paint, our writer/artist team of Jamie Peck and Debbie Allen will review goings-on about town in words and images.
This past weekend was a glorious cultural swan dive for Debbie and me that started uptown in the hallowed halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, sailed down throu ... More >>
Metropolitan Museum of ArtJeff Koons, the artist you may know for his reproductions of "banal objects" (like balloon animals), is now suing two companies who have allegedly reproduced his reproductions of said everyday objects. Which brings up a somewhat existential question: If you reproduce ... More >>
via kimkardashian.celebuzz.comLast week, Kardashian toyed with viewers of her website: "Hmm ... why would I be getting measured ... Curiosity? Dress fitting? Can you guess?" (Is that a caliper the woman is using to size up her buns?) Yesterday, she posted a photo of a cast of her head. Turns ... More >>
Hot weather can mean hot, sticky mouths and bad breath. Here are a few quick fixes to the problem: parsley seeds, salt water, apples, mint sprigs or cinnamon sticks, and berries and yogurt.
[NY Daily News]
Dan Barber (of Blue Hill) explains why this year's blight is so bad, and offers a few ... More >>
The Costume Institute's latest exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum is "The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion," sponsored by Marc Jacobs. The outlandish exhibition captures the evolution of fashion models from the last half of the 20th century while also delving into fashion photography, clothing, and ... More >>