Monday, May 20, 2019

Culture

5 Happy Hour Hotspots In The Neighborhood

Those moments after a long day where your prospects are distracted by the adrenaline you get from clocking out, or you're stuck at some awful place and you think to yourself, "I need a drink"–are...

Egypt’s Middle Kingdom at the Met, Beginning October 12

  The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Ancient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom” opens in Gallery 899 on October 12th and will continue until January 24th. The exhibit will feature 230 items and groups of items,...

Barbecue off broadway musical: A Comedic Hit

Let's face it. Every family has their fair share of problems. Barbecue an off broadway musical written by Robert O'hara showing at the Public Theater demonstrates the ups and downs of the never ending family dysfunction....

Brookfield Place to hold Bastille Day event on Jul. 16

Brookfield Place is proud to bring a piece of The Seine to the Hudson with their Bastille Day celebration this weekend. Join Brookfield for a summer fête featuring a full day of music, games,...

The Prototype Festival Celebrates Music-Theater All Around The City

Co-produced by Beth Morrison Projects and HERE, this annual festival showcases local and global opera-theatre and music-theater productions by contemporary artists. Showcased at various different venues around the city, the productions range from contemporary...

Downtown visits PetSmart’s screening of “The Secret Life Of Pets”

I recognized Mervin The Chihuahua from a mile away, not only because I’d written about him before, but because that tiny little tongue -- barely bigger than a pea -- is unmistakable. It was...