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Jazz

It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are a few recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss.
An overflow crowd of patrons and musicians turned up at the popular Christopher Street dive bar, which was forced to close because of lost revenue during the pandemic.
Founded in 2018 by two jazz-loving expat DJ partners, Take Two mixes classic records, live reinterpretations and a casual, intimate vibe.
The cultural landmark stands on the ruins of what was a once thriving, culturally-rich Black and Latino community.
Members of the 97-year-old New Amsterdam Musical Association are determined to keep the association intact, even in the face of gentrification and an aging membership.
Did you know Jeff Goldblum does jazz?
From 1959 to 1961, Rollins spent 16 hours per day practicing on the bridge, and credited that time with making him a better musician.
Jazz star Vijay Iyer has brought a revolving performance series to the Met's new modern art space.
"He's made an album of long, jazzy jams mixed with the kind of driving beat pioneered by Seventies German bands Can and Kraftwerk."
Afro-American cuisine at The Cecil; Southern Revival Cooking with a side of jazz at Minton's.
Though a lot of the old-school spots have since bitten the dust, there are still plenty of clubs around town where you can go to immerse yourself in the real stuff.
Get Sazeracs, oysters and alligator etoufee without booking a flight to New Orleans.
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