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It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are some recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss during the week ahead.


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It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are some recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss during the week ahead.


See two never-before-realized pieces by the pioneering conceptual artist in a new show at David Zwirner Gallery through the end of February.


Hot pot is a delicious, bubbling cauldron of choose-your-own adventure soup often shared with friends or family on the Lunar New Year — and one dedicated fan is on a quest to eat it as often as possible.


It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are some recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss during the week ahead.


After two decades abroad, a onetime pillar of New York's music and theater communities has come home to play statesman to a new generation of jazz musicians with original views and leadership qualities.


"Havah...to breathe, air, life," comprising two large-scale sculptures, an augmented-reality experience and an animated video, is Sikander's first large scale sculptural installation.


After several years at Citi Field, Governors Ball 2023 will take place at Flushing Meadows Corona Park June 9 to 11, with headliners including Kendrick Lamar, Lizzo and Odesza.


Mother AME Zion Church in Harlem and Varick Memorial AME Zion Church in Brooklyn will each receive $200,000 for maintenance and upkeep.


It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are some recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss during the week ahead.


The Public Theater describes this version of "Hamlet" as a "riveting, contemporary post-COVID take on Shakespeare’s classic tale of family and betrayal."


A fan-favorite fixture at Brooklyn Nets home games, Bruce Reznick — a.k.a. Mr. Whammy — supports his favorite team by playfully hexing opponents at the foul line.


Buoyed by her viral hit "Don't Play With It," which has topped the charts and won celebrity fans on TikTok, the Brooklyn native represents for women in drill while keeping her eyes on the horizon.


A gift of $8 million from the Bluestone Foundation, a nonprofit devoted to funding educational initiatives, will help to fund programming in a new Garden facility bearing the Bluestone name.


After almost 29 years of physically intensive performances, the curtain falls on "Stomp" at the Orpheum Theater in the East Village. For the show, it's the close of a chapter, not the end of the road.


The space will open its doors for the first time this Saturday, Jan. 7, with Real Estate and Cut Worms.


For thousands of New Yorkers of Latin American and Caribbean descent, Three Kings Day — or El Dia de Los Tres Reyes Magos — is the last hurrah for Christmastime.


It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are some recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss during the week ahead.


There will be a reading of Berman’s only published book of poetry in Park Slope, and a musical tribute at Union Pool, on what would have been his birthday, now known as DCBday.


The history and legacy of Studio Rivbea, a downtown loft operated during the 1970s by Sam and Beatrice Rivers, is the focus of a concert series featuring artists who played there alongside their spiritual heirs.


If you're planning to get your psyche together in 2023, it's best to know in advance what to expect, how to meet your goals, and who you can turn to for guidance.