A party atmosphere reigns on the first Saturday of the month at one of the country’s oldest and largest art museums.
Earth Day New York's events are the largest green events in the country, reaching hundreds of thousands of people every year. Our events are in high-traffic and high-profile locations around the city such as Union Square, Times Square, and Grand Central.
420 Fest is an evening of late night cable television programming with a particularly dazed demographic in mind. A film festival brought to you by the Brooklyn filmmakers collective Video Mass.
What is Jackknife? Jackknife is an incredibly funny comedy show the fourth Wednesday of every month at Hank's Saloon in Boerum Hill! It features some of the best comedians in New York and is hosted by Gideon Hambright and Patrick Hastie
Tribeca and ESPN will once again bring “sports to the street” at the 9th annual Sports Day. Families and youth are invited to participate and enjoy activities from New York City’s professional sports teams and leagues, along with local youth athletic organizations. It is a full day of lively entertainment, giveaways, special guests and physical activities for youth of all ages.
The Sports Day Stage will be “live” all day promoting Sports Day participants, special guests, interactive athletic experiences and more!
Come out to the 23rd annual Dachshund Spring Fiesta: a social gathering of dachshunds and their owners!
Renowned abstract expressionist sculptor David Safhay launches Extrapolating Nature on Saturday April 25 from 1-4pm. Safhay is a PA-based sculptor who graduated from Cooper Union and studied under Paul Resika, Jack Rabinowitz and Ray Rocklin.
Speak about a cause you believe in. Join a revolution of intelligent passionate people doing real things to make this world a better place. Be part of a process to express your ideas and insights about the current social issues of the day.
At the Brooklyn Museum's Target First Saturdays, thousands of visitors enjoy free programs of art and entertainment each month from 5 to 11 p.m.
onetwentyeight is excited to present “You were the coolest thing in town that summer...” by the artist, Andrew David Ringler. The show will feature Andrew’s new oil paintings set in a fictional town in rural Ohio. The work is an amalgamation of real and fictional events.
On Friday, May 8, 2015, at 5:00 p.m., Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia at New York University will present New York contemporary music collective ensemble mise-en in a free portrait concert featuring Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina at the Bobst Library Lobby (70 Washington Square S, New York, NY 10012). This concert will feature Gubaidulina’s significant four works
Shake your booty while learning about the cultural history of dance at this popular dance parade, now in its eighth year. Dance Parade New York is an entity of Dance Parade Inc. whose charitable mission is to promote dance as an expressive and unifying art form, while educating the public about opportunities to experience dance.
CONTRARIWISE is a philosophy journal by students of Columbia Secondary School for Math, Science & Engineering in New York City. Filled with essays, poems, stories, dialogues, letters, and other pieces on topics ranging from the Book of Job to the happiness of chickens