Coldest week of January on record be damned, there's a host of shows to attend for concert-goers from all walks of life. So zip up that bubble jacket (please don't wear a bubble jacket), and get ready for another week of quality music in New York.
It's a veritable legend's week this upcoming week in New York City. Our list of buzzed shows includes an eclectic mix spanning the spectra of underground music from the past six decades. You name it, and it's somewhere in the five boroughs this week.
You've been back in New York for a week. You've spent all of your gift cards; and thank God for them, because you're broke. Fortunately, there's a plethora of amazing concerts to attend this week, and a good number of them are free or under 10 dollars.
New York's hosting of the 1992 Democratic National Convention -- and the promotional events that it created -- has generated billions of dollars for the city's economy over the past 20 years, and continues to do so.
With all the world's eyes presently cast on the track and fields of London, New York City theatergoers have their own Olympic treat awaiting then inside a lush and luminous forest at the Delacorte Theater.
Emanating from multiple stages around Lincoln Center this Sunday, OurLand Festival will celebrate the artistic, literary and musical heritage of Ireland, the mark it made on America and the cross-cultural ties that bind the two countries.
For all the changes on Governors Island, it is the island's past that inspires a group of artists who work there in a light-filled former Army warehouse. The juxtaposition of frenetic city life and island serenity is particularly appealing.
For myself, I found purpose in that civil rights protest, down in the streets. A deeply fulfilling career followed, which, while not glamorous, had heart-in-throat excitement. Purpose exhilarates.
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For some reason -- perhaps the impending marriages of three of my close friends -- I feel the desire, and even the need, to say this: I am truly happy as a single person.
Three years later, I came across this beautiful, edgy jewelry collection stamped with his name, and at that very moment, I saw Wilfredo Rosado -- the man, the artist and his vision -- exposed in each unique piece.
The Seduction of Galileo Galilei, a video documenting Aleksandra Mir's experiment with gravity, is coupled with The Dream and The Promise, which combines religious iconography with scientific scenes.
A few months on the urban battlefield has turned me impatient. It must have to do something with the cacophonous volley of car horns smattered with profanity, or the time I saw one guy kick another in the chest at Two Bros. Pizza.
Perhaps throwing a curve ball of alternative Latino content wouldn't be a bad idea either for the film industry.
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