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Coming back September 12th & 13th! Chelsea Flea Market
Tonight! Head to Arrogant Swine in Brooklyn for a special Waroeng Pop Up event inspired by the hawker centers of Singapore. Chapter 1 is a chili crab feast, joined by cousins black pepper lobster and sambal shrimp. Sides are coconut rice and fried mini buns; beer, wine, and cocktails are available a la carte. Waroeng is a collaborative pop-up that focuses on storytelling through food.
Chili Crab - Black Pepper Lobster - Sambal Shrimps
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This evening! Check out the launch of Casa del Toro's Oaxacan outdoor oasis. Tucked away from the car horns and traffic of Hell's Kitchen are vibrant gardens inspired by the Ethnobotanical Garden of Oaxaca. Enjoy a complimentary champagne tasting alongside signature dishes like hot croquetas with smoked crema, tostadas, and tacos al pastor, all starting at 5pm tonight!
Winners announced for Brooklyn Bridge redesign competition • Brooklyn Paper
The City Council and their architectural design partners announced the winners of the Brooklyn Bridge redesign competition on Monday — crowing two non-binding proposals to make the borough's namesake span more friendly to pedestrians and bicyclists.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
#DidYouKnow: The 12th-century Romanesque apse at the @metcloisters comes from the church of San Martín in Fuentidueña, Spain.
Wonder how one goes about moving a portion of a church from Spain to Manhattan? 🤔
You’re in luck. This #FilmFriday, watch rare silent footage of the apse at its original site in the Castilian countryside, where dismantling the structure required meticulously numbering and crating each of its nearly 3,300 stone pieces.
Reassembly at The Met Cloisters began in 1958 and was completed in 1961. In exchange for a long-term loan of the apse, The Met secured funds to restore a local cemetery and a church in Fuentidueña and loaned several significant frescoes to Museo Nacional del Prado.
🎥 Watch more from The Met's moving-image archive at met.org/FromTheVaults. #FromTheVaults
NYC Museums, 'Low Risk' Cultural Sites Can Reopen Aug. 24: Cuomo
Indoor cultural institutions in New York City must have 25 percent occupancy and staggered entry if they reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
A Q&A with Erin Davie as Diana: A True Musical Story announces plans to debut on Netflix.
Princess Diana musical to premiere on Netflix before Broadway debut
In an unprecedented move, postponed musical Diana will be filmed without an audience and shown on Netflix before its new official opening in 2021
Want to see a film on a massive screen this weekend? You can check out new releases like "Palm Springs," action-packed classics like "The Fast and the Furious," and Oscar-winning films like "Training Day" this weekend at drive-In theaters around New York City.
Tomorrow! New York celebrates National Wing Day with The Wing Showdown, bringing together celeb wing recipes, some of NYC's top spots, and Uber Eats delivering the goods.
See New York City as few ever do. Now is an amazing time to get up into the sky: Helicopter Flight Services, NYC is offering tour discounts, take advantage by Friday!
West Side Rag » Lincoln Center Plazas Partially Reopen, With a Special Soundtrack
Lincoln Center’s performance halls have been shut down since early in the pandemic, and most of the plazas on the campus have been blocked off too — the one exception being Damrosch Park at the south end of the campus.
Screening tonight, through Saturday...
A PERFORMANCE ON SCREEN Written by Conor McPherson Directed by Ciarán O’Reilly Starring Dan Butler, Sean Gormley, John Keating, Tim Ruddy, and Amanda Quaid July 21 – 25, 2020 In a remote country pub in Ireland, newcomer Valerie arrives and becomes spellbound by an evening of ghostly stories tol...
Make it a romantic weekend with lobster and cava from The Ribbon and their "Date Night Package"--available Thursdays through Sundays.
Date Night Package - $64.99 (for 2-people) Two 1-pound Grilled Lobsters, Baked Potato, Coleslaw, Corn on the Cobb, Bottle of Cava
On PBS tonight!
The Metropolitan Opera production will air on PBS this Friday.
Videos: Drone Footage Captures Black Lives Matter Street Murals Across NYC
That includes BLM murals that have gone up in Harlem, Brooklyn, Staten Island and more places.
On Monday, July 13th join The York Theatre Company for a virtual discussion of the 2013 York Mainstage production of the jazz-infused musical Storyville, set in the red light district of 1917 New Orleans. York's James Morgan and theatre historian Charles Wright once again lead a panel of special guests that will include director Bill Castellino, music director William Foster McDaniel, choreographerMercedes Ellington, and cast members D.C. Anderson, Karen Burthwright, Kyle Robert Carter, Ernestine Jackson, Leajato Robinson, Carl Wallnau, Debra Walton, and Zakiya Young.
Photos: Revisiting the Historic High Bridge Five Years after its Celebrated Reopening - Untapped New York
June marked the 5-year anniversary of the restoration and reopening of the High Bridge. With NYC reopening up admist the COVID-19 pandemic, this destination is more important than ever.
How to get started in Stand-up Comedy. 5 Ways to get stage time How to make a great tape. When to audition. Top 5 beginner mistakes and much, much more.
Here's What the 2020-2021 NYC Public School Year Will Look Like
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza released guidelines for how New York City public schools will operate for the 2020-2021 school year.
Governors Island reopens! Next Thursday...
Heartbreaking news about the loss of Nick Cordero to COVID-19. Remembering him and his performance in A Bronx Tale The Musical in a 2017 City Guide Q&A. RIP.
Did you know NYC has 6,600 open restaurants now? 3,600 of them have outdoor options!
CNN to host star-studded July 4th musical special
CNN will host a Fourth of July primetime musical special honoring the US military, frontline workers battling the coronavirus pandemic and citizens across the country demanding equality, the network announced Tuesday.
Who's got a good picture of dad in New York City?
Streaming starts tonight: Act One from Lincoln Center Theater.
Act One: June 19 Lights! Camera! Theater!
Social distancing may still be in effect, but New Yorkers can get their musical festival fix in the coming days and weeks Here are 8 great upcoming fests and performances to get your toes tapping, from the Grammy Museum Experience Prudential Center to Make Music New York to The Next Festival of Emerging Artists.
LEAF Festival of Flowers and Lewis Miller Design came together for a 'love letter' to the City of New York through a series of Miller's Flower Flash installations. The 'I Heart NY' Flower Flash is across from Gansevoort Plaza in the Meatpacking.
Photo Credit: Iri Greco, BrakeThrough Media
LaGuardia unveils new Terminal B arrivals hall: Travel Weekly
The opening of the arrivals hall comes four years after construction began on the $5.1 billion project.
Playwright Paula Vogel Launches a New Drama Spotlight Series | Playbill
The Pulitzer Prize winner will present four works that have yet to be seen by a wide audience.
Live trivia with Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Today at 2pm!
Only one day until our Trivia Event with the Cradle of Aviation Museum. Tune in LIVE tomorrow at 2PM to watch the show!
City Guide stands in solidarity with our Black co-workers, colleagues, friends, and neighbors. This will be a difficult week in New York City, with the suffering of our fellow citizens easy to see, if not adequately comprehend. For the first time since 1943, the city will be under curfew this week. Restrictions are scheduled to lift on Sunday, June 7th. On June 8th, the city will begin to re-emerge from the pause that begin in March. We hope that this reopening coincides with the rebirth of a more just city and nation.
Just announced: SummerStage NYC is back, going virtual this year. The shows kick off on Saturday, June 6th, with a free concert by Max!
Virtual Broadway performances on Thursday, June 11th:
Watch Patti LuPone, Katrina Lenk and the cast of “Company” perform the opening number of the show. See Mary-Louise Parker perform a monologue from “The Sound Inside.” Hear from playwright Jeremy O. Harris, the creator of “Slave Play.” Sing along with Elizabeth Stanley of “Jagged Little Pill.”
Lower your house lights. It’s showtime. Join the stage’s biggest stars as they virtually gather to perform the songs, scenes and showstoppers that helped define a year like no other. Watch Patti LuPone and the cast of “Company” perform the opening number of the show. See Mary-Louise Parker.....
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