In 1931, before the Whitney Museum of American Art opened to the public, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney made a gift that became the basis of the institution’s holdings of modern art. Her devotion to the work of living artists has defined how the Whitney... read more
Garden tours are offered every day, Tuesday through Sunday, at 1:00 p.m. Once you've enjoyed the gardens, step inside to learn more about the amazing works of art on view. Gallery talks focus on a particular topic, lending insight to intriguing aspec... read more
Start your Summer Fridays with Core Power Yoga and Seedlip at Roof at Park South (125 E. 27th Street) on Friday, July 19th from 2pm to 4pm. Rejuvenate your mind and body at this special Core Power yoga class, then sip on zero-proof beverages and cock... read more
Enjoy a guided tour of the historic Merchant's House Museum, free with admission. The Museum’s collection of over 3,000 items comprises the possessions of the Tredwells, the wealthy merchant-class family who lived in the House from 1835 to 1933. T... read more
Learn from one of the best DJ's on Staten Island how to scratch and blend records at Project Lab. Free for members Join today at www.projectlab.nyc Stop by that day and get a free trial membership
This July 19th & 20th, an expanded Pinknic music festival returns to NYC for its fourth year—its first at its new home at Randall’s Island Park. For 2019, Pinknic has doubled the size of the main stage and for the first time adding a second stag... read more
*Necessary Digression will present the United States Premiere of Dea Loher’s At Black Lake translated by Daniel Brunet and directed by Ashley Tata at The Tank (312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues), July 7-25. Performances will be on Sund... read more
Pinknic Festival - Friday
Artolution will begin its latest NYC mural and performance project in the East Village with youth who are currently seeking asylum in the U.S. after fleeing violence and conflict in Central and South America. The mural will be brought to life via Aug... read more
The Nuyorican Poets Cafe will present the world premieres of 20 original short plays and monologues in a six-day festival. The Festival will highlight innovative new works from emerging and established dramatists; featured plays and monologues will... read more
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum continues its inaugural Free Fridays series on July 19 at the Intrepid Museum located at Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue). Events begin at 5:00pm, with free general admission for all visitors through 9:00pm. ... read more
The charitable event of the Fire Island summer returns this July 19-21 as Fire Island Dance Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary. Escape to the Pines to see world-class dance ranging from ballet to Broadway set on a picturesque waterfront stage o... read more
Celebrated Restaurateur Zach Erdem brings another dining hotspot to the Hamptons with Blu Mar. Occupying the Old Post House, and situated within Harpoon House, an intimate new hotel, the Mediterranean seafood restaurant marries pristine, wild seafood... read more
Blue Man Group is one of New York's longest-running shows and one of the most complicated to describe! At the simplest level, three performers in black with bald, blue heads splatter paint and use every imaginable prop in this totally fun and unique ... read more
Late Night has been entertained night owls for over twenty years now, starting with David Letterman, continuing on with Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Fallon, and is now hosted by SNL alum and former head writer Seth Meyers!
Each Friday, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, the museum trustees and staff invite the public to explore the galleries free of charge, have a refreshment in the cafe, and enjoy live music in the stunning atrium.
Join Ruth’s Chris Steak House for a five-course dining experience with drink pairings from Tito’s Handmade Vodka and The Federalist Wines to complement each course.
Doors slam, floorboards creak, voices call into the dead of night. Venture into the shadows of history to see “Manhattan’s Most Haunted House” (NY Times) by flickering candlelight. Eight family members died in the house — and some say they never left... read more
New York Empire vs. Washington Kastles