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Things to Do in NYC This Weekend (April 26-28)

(April 24, 2019) - (4/26-4/28) Looking for what to do in New York City this weekend? We've got the latest on all the goings-on, from concerts to museum exhibitions to comedy to the best in city sightseeing. This weekend, cherry blossoms are in bloom, Beetlejuice opens on Broadway, the Tribeca Film Festival is underway, Free Fridays start up at Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, and more! (read the story...)

A Julie Nichols for a New Era: Lilli Cooper Shines in Tootsie

(April 23, 2019) - I last saw Lilli Cooper in SpongeBob SquarePants playing Sandy Cheeks and she was the most adorable thing on Broadway. Now she’s bringing a different sort of adorableness to the role of Julie Nichols, the leading lady caught up in a convoluted romance in Tootsie. (read the story...)

What Are the Best Places to Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in NYC?

(April 23, 2019) - Although Louisville will be the setting of the annual Kentucky Derby horse race held on Saturday, May 4th, many of New York City’s style-savvy restaurants and bars (including rooftop venues) will be hosting fêtes. You’re invited! (read the story...)

Martha Stewart Praises NYC's Linhart Dental Care Products

(April 23, 2019) - Lifestyle icon Martha Stewart has highlighted Linhart’s exceptional oral care products in the latest issue of her magazine, Martha Stewart Living. (read the story...)

Do It for the Gram: 19 Instagrammable Exhibits in NYC

(April 23, 2019) - Instagrammable moments, or should we say “immersive experiences,” are taking over New York. They’re not quite art exhibits and not quite museums, but these photo ops are awfully pretty and fabulous fun to visit. (read the story...)

Cinco de Mayo NYC

(April 22, 2019) - Margaritas, guacamole, tacos, and tequila will be plentiful on Cinco de Mayo weekend in NYC, which is kicking off May 3 through 5. (read the story...)

Video: The Best 10 Things to Do in NYC This Week

(April 22, 2019) - Looking for the best 10 things to do in NYC this week? Check out City Guide's new video roundup, full of the best New York activities. (read the story...)

Upcoming Performances at Joe's Pub

(April 18, 2019) - Joe’s Pub—a program of The Public Theater—will be hosting nightly performances April 18 through 28. (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC This Easter Weekend

(April 17, 2019) - (4/19-4/21) Looking for what to do in New York City this weekend? We've got the latest on all the goings-on, from concerts to museum exhibitions to comedy to the best in city sightseeing. This weekend we celebrate Passover and Easter, plus a brand-new dinosaur safari arrives at the Bronx Zoo, the New York International Auto Show returns to Javits, and much more! (read the story...)

Reviewer's Beat: To Kill a Mockingbird

(April 16, 2019) - Unlike Harper Lee’s novel and the 1962 film, Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird begins in the courtroom—a tableau of characters that unfolds in flashbacks, the effect being a memory play (semi-autobiographical from Lee’s perspective), and a haunting one at that. (read the story...)

On Broadway: Breakout Hits & Big Name Buzz

(April 15, 2019) - As we turn the corner to the Tony Awards’ home stretch, major star wattage fills the theatres of Broadway. (read the story...)

Size Matters: Free Exhibition on Miniature Bindings & Texts at Grolier Club

(April 15, 2019) - As collectibles go, none may be more charming than the tiny books on view through May 19, 2019 in A Matter of Size: Miniature Bindings & Texts from the Collection of Patricia J.Pistner, a free exhibition at the Grolier Club, 47 East 60th Street. Two hundred seventy five little marvels are on view with the oldest a cuneiform tablet, a form of writing predating Egyptian hieroglyphics, dating from 2500 BCE. (read the story...)

Through a Curator's Eyes: Lincoln Kirstein's Modern at MoMA

(April 15, 2019) - Lincoln Kirstein may be best associated with the New York City Ballet, but this spring, he’s being recognized by another iconic New York institution: MoMA. Kirstein, a writer, curator, editor, impresario, tastemaker, and patron who persuaded choreographer George Balanchine to come to the U.S., is the focus of a new exhibition. (read the story...)

Where to Dine on Scandinavian Fare in NYC

(April 12, 2019) - Although New York is warming up, this is still a great season for embracing “hygge”—a Danish and Norwegian word that suggests a vibe or mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality. (read the story...)

Explore the Power of Intention at The Rubin Museum of Art

(April 12, 2019) - Although “setting an intention” has become a common phrase, its deeper meaning is often ignored. The Rubin Museum in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood explores intention with its new exhibition The Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel. Opened on March 1, this show draws on the Buddhist tradition of the prayer wheel and is part of the museum’s “Year of Power.” (read the story...)

Discounts on Classic Italian and Steak—In One Place

(April 12, 2019) - Receive a 20% discount at one of the Theater District's most legendary eateries! (read the story...)

Century 21 Gift Card—Up to $500 Free!

(April 12, 2019) - Century 21 is a must-see for tourists and a mainstay for savvy New Yorkers. Come in and score big on all the top designers at New York’s #1 Zagat-rated off-price store—you might even catch sight of a celebrity or two. While you're there, take advantage of a special offer from City Guide, for up to $500 FREE! (read the story...)

NYC Cultural Spring Scene at The Shed, City Center, and More

(April 10, 2019) - Hudson Yards has a brand new cultural center, The Shed, that commissions works across all disciplines. Learn more about spring programming at The Shed, supplemented by more great New York culture running into the summer months, including City Center, Brits Off Broadway, and more. (read the story...)

Celebrate Spring with Free Performances in Bryant Park

(April 08, 2019) - Thanks to Bryant Park Presents—a private, not-for-profit—there are lots of fun, free, cultural music and theater events to enjoy from May through October at Bryant Park. (read the story...)

A Potpourri of Easter Alternatives in NYC

(April 08, 2019) - It’s time for festive Easter parades, egg hunts, decorating contests, and holiday dinners. New York City is renowned for its colorful offerings: spend the day whatever way you wish, but do be sure to indulge in some fine chocolates. For a non-traditional twist, head to Luv Tea—a serene Manhattan tea house with a Zen garden. (read the story...)

6 Egg-ceptional Easter Events in NYC

(April 08, 2019) - Easter is coming up on April 21. Whether you’re celebrating the Christian holiday or just soaking in the wonder of springtime, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the city with family and friends. Below are Easter egg hunts for kids, cruises for families, and the classic Easter Parade on Fifth Avenue for all DIY milliners. The only thing missing on the list is a hunt for Peeps marshmallow chicks; looks like you’ll have to organize that on your own. (read the story...)

Jonathan Freeman and Aladdin's 'Whole New World' on Broadway

(April 04, 2019) - In Aladdin, there is no doubt about the source of all infamy: Jafar, the sultan’s manipulative vizier scheming for control of the fictional Arabian city of Agrabah. And without question, Jonathan Freeman—who has played Jafar for a quarter century, in Disney’s animated film version and its sequel, television series, and video games—personifies Jafar’s fiendishness. (read the story...)

Hudson Yards Sheds Light on New Artistic Experiences in NYC

(April 04, 2019) - While Hudson Yards is primarily a residential community for the affluent, The Shed, a shiny, modern new art space with a retractable shell, will offer exhibitions and performances for all ages. This new NYC institution is also offering exhibition opportunities to support local artists and programming to nourish the minds of high school students interested in literary pursuits.  (read the story...)

The Best Things to Do in NYC in May

(April 02, 2019) - They say April showers bring May flowers, which makes the merry month of May a terrific time to be in New York City. Read on for the best things to do in NYC in May. (read the story...)

Play It Loud: A Wail of a Good Time at the Met's New Rock & Roll Exhibition

(April 02, 2019) - Musicians and music lovers will want to check out Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll, opening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art April 8. (read the story...)

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