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My WeekendNotes - 75
South Street Seaport will sound off this summer. The Village Voice has relocated — and renamed — its popular Siren ... [more]
16/07/2011
In a city full of long lines and must-sees, the Noguchi Museum is one of the few places that still refreshingly feel... [more]
A tropical rain forest, a cactus-filled desert and a breathtaking rose garden are only a train-ride away in New York... [more]
Experience the magic of "Harry Potter" all over again. At the Discovery Times Square Museum, you can explore more... [more]
04/04/2011 - 05/10/2011
Who knew Harry Potter could sing and dance? In "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," running now on B... [more]
01/03/2011
For one mile, you can take in nine different museums featuring some of the best in design, contemporary and classical ar... [more]
14/06/2011
Just because you're working on a Saturday or Sunday, it doesn't mean you have to be cooped up inside all by yourself. Fo... [more]
The midnight movie is a time-honored cult tradition in New York City. And, luckily for night owls, it's still a lively o... [more]
Get your bingo on. That's right. The favorite pastime of grandmas everywhere has been co-opted by New York's youth. ... [more]
Spelling bees aren't just for grammar school anymore. City-wide, you can relive your spelling glory days with these adul... [more]
Outdoor pools may be long closed, but you can still get your backstroke on this winter. Here's a look at recreation cent... [more]
If you like water polo and lazy rivers, meet your new favorite sport - Inner Tube Water Polo. Yeah, that's a real thing.... [more]
Crafts men and women, welcome to your new support group. Etsy, the shopping website for all things handmade, isn't ju... [more]
If the city leaves you desiring to back to nature, look no further than the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture.... [more]
How do you make improv even more impressive? Add music. From Nov. 12-13, Magnet Theater presents the second annual Ne... [more]
12/11/2010
Is your spidey sense tingling? That can only mean one thing - "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" is almost here. Indeed... [more]
14/11/2010
You can't really see stars that well in New York City, but this Valentine's Day, bring a loved one to the American Museu... [more]
14/02/2010
Yee-haw! From January 8-10, Madison Square Garden turns into a rodeo when the Professional Bull Riders organization c... [more]
08/01/2009
Halloween's just around the corner. Sure, you'll be going to a party in this year's topically relevant costume. But don'... [more]
29/10/2010
That lovable bow-tied grown-up kid is back - and he's on Broadway. Pee-wee Herman, the star of the 1980s Saturday mor... [more]
26/10/2010
Last season, one of the most talked-about off-Broadway productions was "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" at the Public LAB.... [more]
23/03/2010
Meat lovers, unite! On June 12 and 13, the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party returns to Madison Square Park. For the ... [more]
12/06/2010
So you're bicycle-less. Don't let that stop you from exploring New York City on two wheels. Get your kicks through renta... [more]
There are a lot of "c" words to describe Yoshitomo Nara's work: Cute. Cuddly. Childlike. You've probably already seen... [more]
Get in the Halloween spirit the old fashioned way - not by picking pumpkins or trick-or-treating, but with hearty fright... [more]
Italy has Cannes. Utah has Sundance. And New York has - what else - the New York Film Festival. For nearly half a ce... [more]
24/09/2010
Fall into dance this September. During New York City Center's wildly popular, annual Fall for Dance Festival, 20 comp... [more]
28/09/2010
All hail Allen Ginsberg. The city celebrates the poet, and the scene that he came up in, with HOWL!, a three-day fest... [more]
The New Amsterdam Market is back. For the past three years, the market at the site of the former Fulton Street Fish M... [more]
Nothing beats a live performance. WNYC Radio, the nation's most-listened to public radio statio, gets that. Hence its ne... [more]
Calling all one-wheelers. The Unicycle Festival will be taking over the city from Sept. 3-5, with mass rides, worksho... [more]
04/09/2010
Punk meets Broadway in one of city's biggest new musicals. "American Idiot" features the music of Green Day's seminal... [more]
For the the discernible shopper with a taste for antiques, Manhattan's 25th Street is the place for you. The Antiques... [more]
The institution that is the 92nd Street Y offers a lot to the average New Yorker, from apartments to swimming lessons to... [more]
On almost every night of the week this summer, there is a free movie screening outdoors somewhere in New York City. ... [more]
21/06/2010
No mountains, no problems. While the highest peaks in New York City belong to its skyscrapers, ardent rock-climbers, ... [more]
Who says you can't learn anything in a bar? Various "nerd nights" throughout the city urge you to embrace your inner ... [more]
Something about winter in New York City makes warming up beside the heat of a fondue pot sound delightful - and deliciou... [more]
Indoor soccer, with the smaller field and sometimes fewer teammates, doesn't quite match up to the experience of playing... [more]
The same old adrenaline kicks don't do it for you anymore? Then Hollywood Stunts is for you. Located near the East Ri... [more]
Some of the best places to hear contemporary writers aren't bookstores (though they're great, too). No, they're your loc... [more]
Break out that Halloween flapper costume, or put together your finest vintage ensemble, and make a beeline to Governors ... [more]
28/08/2010
From traditional comic joints like Caroline's and UCB Theatre to the prestigious Carnegie Hall, the New York Comedy Fest... [more]
06/11/2009
Though not as expansive as the nearby Metropolitan Museum of Art or Museum of Modern Art, the halls of the Frick Collect... [more]
The Brooklyn Flea is crossing the bridge. The popular market, located the majority of the year at two neighborhoods i... [more]
You don't have to leave New York City to get a cold draft from the city where it's brewed - there are several local brew... [more]
Like a lot of cash-strapped people, you rationalize you'd go to museums more if they didn't cost, well, anything. Good n... [more]
The mountains are closer than you think. For the amount you might spend in a typical night out, you can pack your the... [more]
Looking for a gift for a friend who's impossible to shop for? Or just out there looking to treat yourself? Flea marke... [more]
New York has a slew of markets, both indoor and out. This month, add to that the Hester Street Fair, a new flea marke... [more]
Paintball is one of those activities that's just waiting to be reclaimed by adults en masse and join the ranks of dodgeb... [more]
Why not mix it up a bit the next time you're heading out looking for a gift or something to spruce up your wardrobe or a... [more]
A regular pick up game is difficult to come by in New York City. If you're looking to get some 3-on-3 action going, work... [more]
Something about 25th Street screams "collectibles." A stone's throw away from one parking lot flea market is an antique'... [more]
Parties DJed by some of the coolest bands around? No, it's not at a hip underground club, but the American Museum of Nat... [more]
The Pond at Bryant Park is just one of the city's many places to hit the ice this winter, where you can grab your mitten... [more]
In New York City, a vendor on the sidewalk is not an unusual site, selling everything from DVDs to I Heart NY tee-shirts... [more]
From Long Island City to South Street Seaport to Governor's Island, you can don your swimsuit, hit the sand and get some... [more]
Tim Burton has certainly left his mark on popular culture. But art? If you haven't thought of the director belonging... [more]
It's a little bit of Hong Kong in New York City. On August 7 and 8, the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival returns to Mea... [more]
07/08/2010
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