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Whether you're over the holidays, or can't get enough, there's something for everyone.


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


Santa Muerte, the Mexican patron saint of death, is believed to champion the marginalized — and as the undocumented community grows in New York, so does her following.


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


The World Artisan Market on 31st Street has been adding restaurants for several months, and is now almost full.


Mayor de Blasio said that City Artist Corps is going to "help bring the streets in New York City alive with arts and culture this summer."


City Artist Corps is a new recovery program aimed at hiring over 1,500 artists to create works throughout the city this summer.


"If we can't survive, they're basically killing the golden goose.”


One report from this summer estimated a 61% employment drop for workers in arts, entertainment, and recreation.