Starting Thursday, April 25th, the NFL draft took over Radio City Music Hall for three days. The Kansas City Chiefs selected Central Michigan's Eric Fisher with the first pick, and the Indianapolis Colts selected tight end Justice Cunningham with the last pick. What happened in between? Your favorite team probably picked a guard or something.
On April2 29th, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens hosted their annual Cherry Blossom Festival. In attendance were dozens of Cosplay enthusiasts, who used the bloom as an opportunity to take these wonderful pictures.
ALL PHOTOS BY STEPHANIE KEITH
On April 20th 60 teams of double dutch jumpers ages 8-18 competed at the Sorrentino Recreation Center in Rockaway Queens. Teams traveled as far as Albany to participate in the day’s event. The competition was organized by director/ coordinator Stanley Brown. Brown has been involved in the...
To celebrate the release of Bending Steel at the Tribeca film festival, cast, crew, and friends got together at the Red Door. And what's a celebration without strongmen literally bending steel?
ALL PHOTOS BY NATE "IGOR" SMITH
The annual Lebowski Fest went down this past weekend April 19-20 and featured live music, spot-on impersonations (and sometime not spot-on impersonations), and of course, bowling at Bowlmor Lanes in Midtown.
Photos by C.S. Muncy.
More than "75 internationally renowned painters, sculptors and screen print artists" took part in the weekend-only Scorsese: An Art Show Tribute exhibition at Bold Hype Gallery, from April 19-21, 2013. Presented by Spoke Art. Photos by Laura June Kirsch for the Village Voice.
On April 20th, supporters of the legalization of marijuana (and people who just plain like the stuff) gathered in Washington Square Park. They rallied for their cause the only way they knew how: By really taking a load off.
ALL PHOTOS BY C.S. MUNCY
Now that the Tribeca Film Festival is in its 12th year, let's take a moment to reflect on the six words you can find in just about any account of the previous 10: "Tribeca is finally up and running." That reasoning suggests that programming a festival is like building a machine, a network of...
A score of years ago the Upper West Side was known as one of the worst dining neighborhoods in the city. Well, what happened? You may trace the transformation back to the opening of Picholine, but there were other harbingers, too, so that now the finger-shaped neighborhood that runs along the...
From Brittany Spanos's write-up of the April 15th show:
With lead singer Matthew Bellamy's piercing, Freddie Mercury quality falsetto leading the charge, Muse kept their performance theatrical and provocative during the first of two MSG performances this week. It was a more comfortable stage...