Monthly Archives: January 2014

Where to Spend Valentine’s Day in NYC

Valentine’s Day is a “Hallmark Holiday” met with chagrin from mopey singles, and frantic annoyance from boyfriends waiting in the checkout line with their chocolates and roses and other last-minute purchases. Valentine’s Day causes displaced anxiety for new couples, and … Continue reading

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Battery Park City Parks Conservancy Hosts its Annual Art Show

You may be familiar with Battery Park City, the downtown neighborhood that has undergone a massive transformation in recent years, becoming a wonderful example of an urban area renewed. You might be less familiar with the Battery Park City Parks … Continue reading

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Vogue’s Anna Wintour Breathes Life into the Met

In many ways, museums are like living things. They inhale culture like oxygen, and they grow, and change, and even reinvent themselves. Museums are aware of contemporary issues and trends, and they also serve as memory banks of ancient arts … Continue reading

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Pay What You Wish at NYC’s Premier Museums

There is no denying that New York is an expensive city, especially for those who love take advantage of all of its artistic offerings. How can you experience all of the museums, performances, and gallery openings while still being kind … Continue reading

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Under the Radar Festival Brings Experimentation and Diversity to The Public Theater

The annual Under the Radar Festival is in full swing, and so far, the performances have been phenomenal. Throughout the last decade, Under the Radar has presented more than 140 companies from 36 countries, with this year’s lineup billed to … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Historical Society Presents: ‘Inventing Brooklyn’

One of the best things about living in a city like New York is being able to enjoy a cultural and historical identity that is so unlike anywhere else. Each of the five boroughs adds its personal mark to the … Continue reading

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