Warm weather is upon us at last, and with it comes the Third Annual Roosevelt Island Cherry Blossom Festival.
All genres -- from rock to classical -- collide in the Ecstatic Music Festival. More than 100 collaborating songwriters, composers and performers from different musical backgrounds have put together 11 concerts of new, surprising sounds.
Zines are usually found at small, independent bookstores, but zinefests are a popular way to sell, swap and share resources. I chatted with co-organizer Elvis Bakaitis to find out more about the Feminist Zinefest.
In the first of what I hope and believe will be many farewell tours, the Pogues are performing for their annual lead-up to St. Patrick's Day.
Even though St. Patty's Day is arguably a holiday with no age cut-off, there is a societal expiration date for public booze-fests. How old is too old for early morning beer drinking and day-long public intoxication?
Even with holiday parties in full swing, the New York artworld does not rest.
From the moment the curtain rises onto a pack of booze-swilling suburbanites engaged in a libidinous promenade, it's clear The Hard Nut is not your ordinary Nutcracker.
Audiences seeking a salacious escape from the saccharine cheer of the holiday season have a lot of to choose from in New York.
ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting ...
Hey, remember Tom Green, the man who catapulted to fame in the late 1990s, only to fade from the spotlight just as quickly as he'd landed in it? Well, he's back -- or more accurately, he never really left. You just didn't know it.
ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting gallery openings and art events in New York each week.
Halloween weekend in New York City always promises a parade of unique parties, and this year is no exception.
Nightmare is akin to a horror play where our deepest fears are the main characters.
Hundreds of artists descended on Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea to celebrate the opening of Curate NYC, a new online arts showcase and multi-venue juried exhibition for New York City visual artists.
The new Broadway show, Lombardi, is being widely touted as a play that will get men excited about theater. This show isn't going to attract your typical theatergoing clientele, to say the least.
First performed in 1991, with a dazzlingly white-and-black skewed set, La Bete's current incarnation is in a towering library. The ideas may be lofty, but the reality is disquieting.