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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.


New York City’s Department of Sanitation expects more garbage than ever after the Thanksgiving Day parade.


"Difficult Grace," which Seth Parker Woods presents at the 92nd Street Y and online, employs music, text and motion to celebrate family history and Black culture.


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.


In a three-day residency at The Greene Space Nov. 14-16, Mwenso will share songs and stories, talk with musical luminaries, and explore his view of Black music as a source of spiritual nourishment and healing.


"Song Emerging," a program the Aizuri Quartet will perform for a WQXR Artist Propulsion Lab engagement, juxtaposes selections by classical composers, folk singers, and Inuit iconoclast Tanya Tagaq.


The curtain will rise Tuesday on a museum dedicated to the history of Broadway


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.


Grace Choi, a.k.a. B-Girl Sunny, will compete in the prestigious Red Bull BC One World Finals on Saturday, while looking ahead toward the 2024 Olympics.


Whether you’re seeking arts and crafts, dance, live music, or theater, these New Jersey presentations will keep locals happy while also inspiring visitors.