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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.
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.
Instead of multiple festivals catering to disparate audiences, a new model is aimed at eliminating barriers – from artistic genres to ticket prices
Returning to the newly renovated and reimagined David Geffen Hall, the Philharmonic offers an ambitious mix of large-scale celebrations and unconventional, intimate experiences.
"We're feeling really hopeful that this will be something which will be really exciting to New York, it will be really inspiring for New Yorkers, and it will be a sign of confidence in the future of our city."
The cultural landmark stands on the ruins of what was a once thriving, culturally-rich Black and Latino community.
The work from Andrea Miller invites people to reflect on what it was like to live in the city during the pandemic.
About 14,000 square feet of the Josie Robertson Plaza is covered with plush synthetic turf.
The cultural institution's Josie Robertson Plaza will be covered in a synthetic lawn material beginning on May 10th.
The relocation of the 1960s sculpture called "Orpheus and Apollo" was proposed by architecture critic Paul Goldberger.
More than 30,000 New Yorkers died from the coronavirus since March 14, 2020.
The Preservation League of New York has put "Orpheus and Apollo" on its "Seven To Save" list, a biennial compilation of the most at-risk historic places in the state.
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