New York Today: The Future of Playbill

New York Today: The Future of Playbill

Good morning on this cool and brilliant Friday. When New York City icons change, individuals often take discover. And but, until you see a number of Broadway reveals a yr, the evolution of one of many metropolis’s most venerable publications, Playbill, could have handed you by. Over the course of some weeks, we bought a […]

Adrian Piper: The Thinking Canvas

Adrian Piper: The Thinking Canvas

“Adrian Piper: A Synthesis of Intuitions, 1965-2016” on the Museum of Modern Art is a clarifying and complicating 50-year view of a significant American artist’s profession. It can be an image-altering occasion for MoMA itself. It makes the museum really feel like a extra life-engaged establishment than the formally polished one we’re accustomed to. Despite […]

25 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend

25 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend

‘THE JIM HENSON EXHIBITION’ on the Museum of the Moving Image. The rainbow connection has been established in Astoria, Queens, the place this museum has opened a new permanent wing dedicated to the profession of America’s nice puppeteer, who was born in Mississippi in 1936 and died, too younger, in 1990. Henson started presenting the […]

4 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend

four Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend

Photo Youssouf Djaoro (heart) in Mahamat-Saleh Haroun’s “A Screaming Man.” Credit Film Movement Our information to movie collection and particular screenings taking place this weekend and within the week forward. All our film evaluations are at nytimes.com/reviews/movies. MAHAMAT-SALEH HAROUN: MODERN GRIOT at BAM Rose Cinemas (April 20-25). This collection celebrates Mr. Haroun, the France-based, Chad-born […]

8 Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend

eight Dance Performances to See in NYC This Weekend

Photo Members of the Mark Morris Dance Group performing “Pacific,” which shall be featured within the first program of the spring season beginning on Wednesday. Credit Hilary Schwab Our information to bop performances taking place this weekend and within the week forward. ¡ADELANTE, CUBA! FESTIVAL at New York City Center and the Jerome L. Greene […]

15 Plays and Musicals to Go to in NYC This Weekend

15 Plays and Musicals to Go to in NYC This Weekend

‘THE METROMANIACS’ on the Duke on 42nd Street (in previews; opens on April 22). For Red Bull Theater, David Ives, a playwright who is aware of his approach round a couplet, adapts an obscure 18th-century French farce about poetry-mad Parisians. Under Michael Kahn’s course, the actors Adam LeFevre, Amelia Pedlow and Christian Conn try the […]

7 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend

7 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend

Photo Anna Netrebko, who will play Tosca on Saturday night time on the Met, performing in 2016 at Carnegie Hall. Credit Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times Our information to the town’s finest classical music and opera occurring this weekend and within the week forward. LAWRENCE BROWNLEE at Zankel Hall (April 24, 7:30 p.m.). […]

7 Things to Do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend

7 Things to Do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend

Photo One of the 24 watercolors by Jeff Scher which can be used within the animation sequences of “The Number on Great-Grandpa’s Arm,” displaying at Museum of Jewish Heritage. Credit The Polish National Field Archive/HBO Our information to cultural occasions in New York City for kids and youngsters occurring this weekend and within the week […]

‘Outrageous’ $17 Toll to Cross the Verrazano Vexes Drivers

‘Outrageous’ $17 Toll to Cross the Verrazano Vexes Drivers

Meanwhile, it prices nothing to take the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges throughout the East River to Manhattan. “There is no rhyme or reason to the tolls that people pay,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo mentioned when he addressed the difficulty in January by calling for “lowering the outer-borough tolls, which are crazy high” as a […]

New York Today: A Q. & A. With the New L.I.R.R. President

New York Today: A Q. & A. With the New L.I.R.R. President

NYT: You commute to Queens from Smithtown on the L.I.R.R. What are different issues you’ve personally skilled that you just’d like to repair? ENG: Cleanliness. That means doing higher with the looks of our stations, with the cleanliness of the trains and the loos. Also, crowded vehicles. That may imply schedule changes, and it is […]