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.
It may be the only Christmas show in NYC with mariachi and Tchaikovsky.
Whether you're over the holidays, or can't get enough, there's something for everyone.
Erik Pauze is the head gardener at Rockefeller Center. He cares for thousands of plants across the complex, but his most well-known project is the Christmas tree.
Check out comedy, go ice skating, see some art. Get it in before holiday madness
You might not expect to find “Candide” and “Captain Underpants” on the same list, but here we are.
Check out gingerbread houses, see Savannah, Georgia, or have some laughs at a variety show. Why not?
Bakers from across the city showcase their skills at the Museum of the City of New York.
"Solo," a new off-Broadway show running now at the SoHo Playhouse, examines friendship between bros and why it’s so hard to make friends as an adult.
Play petanque, smash pumpkins, and introduce the whole family to string instruments.
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