NYC-ARTS samples holiday events surrounding Hannukah, Christmas and Kwanzaa around the city.
Check out the variety of Nutcrackers on offer this season.
A look at the newspaper industry as it struggles to remain financially viable.
Some of the best events and places to visit around the city to celebrate.
A look at one of the most contested rezoning projects facing NYC, a festival making healthcare accessible for artists, and more.
An exclusive look inside the New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show®.
Brooklyn College professor Philip Napoli shares poignant stories of New York’s Vietnam veterans, and more.
From Baryshnikov to Joffrey, a look back at dance through the years on THIRTEEN.
Tour the Latin American world of the arts, and NYC, during this festival running 11/14-11/25.
Analysis of election returns from the metropolitan region, and more.
NYC's hospitals rebuild and fortify after Sandy, an interview with former mayor David Dinkins, and more.
MetroFocus delves into Brooklyn history, the Affordable Care Act, and more.
Explore the architectural gem honoring Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms speech that changed history.
The Rockaways almost one year after Sandy, an interview with mayoral candidate Joe Lhota, and more.
Analysis of a controversial ballot measure to allow new casinos to be built in upstate NY.
"The 90’s and Beyond – Changing Landscape" explores the fourth and fifth decades of the channel’s history, from the 1990s to the present day.
Affordable housing in NYC, a preview of the final episode of "Earthflight," and more.
Go behind the scenes for a sneak preview of Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” and Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte.”
An in-depth look at the Affordable Care Act, chronicles of the history of Brooklyn, and more.
Featuring a full slate of humanities, music, film, and visual art events. 9/17-12/22.
A look behind the jobs numbers that perplex economists, and more.
Fall Fashion Week may get all the buzz with the season's latest trends, but these New York shows focus on lasting impacts of fashion.
NYC-ARTS takes a look at some of this year's festival offerings (at just $15 a ticket!).
An eight-part series featuring the world-class talents of the All-Star Orchestra, an ensemble comprised of top players who gathered together in August 2012 for a one-week recording "summit."
Mayoral candidate Bill Thompson, the Central Park BioBlitz, and more.
Unemployment, mayoral candidate Joe Lhota, and more.
NYC-ARTS's guide to this year's 20at20 discount ticket offerings.
A listing of this year's Broadway Week offerings -- one of the best ways to save money on Broadway shows in NYC.
Cornell NYC Tech coming to Roosevelt Island, the Museum of Mathematics, and more.
Mayoral candidate Christine Quinn, storm recovery in New Jersey, and a wine stain artist.
Thirteen celebrates our community partners who, with the help of their dedicated volunteers, are changing our communities for the better.
The marriage equality campaign, mayoral candidate Sal Albanese, and more.
Solutions to poverty, mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis, and more.
Building a culture for tech innovation with Cornell NYC Tech, and more.
Follow the stories of three opera students from the University of Cape Town.
Engineering for future storms, lessons from great cities and Midsummer Night Swing.
Highlights the culture and rich diversity of local Latino communities in New York and New Jersey .
A proposal for NYC parks, big money for bridges, and more.
NYC-ARTS takes a look at the six free outdoor concerts in Wingate Park.
Many of NYC's greatest cultural attractions are open on July 4 to celebrate the founding of our nation. Here's a look at some of the events on offer.
Explores the world of American advertising from the 1950s through today.
An interview with Democratic mayoral candidate and current City Comptroller John Liu.
Explores the Garden’s history and stunning, 250 acres of floral collections.
Mayor Bloomberg's new plan to strengthen NYC’s defenses and infrastructure in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, and more.
NYC-ARTS explores the festival's offerings this year.
A roundup of this year's Tony Award-winning shows, from 'Kinky Boots' to 'Matilda.'
A new proposal for a parks alliance, the history of Greenwich Village, and more.
A look at some of SummerStage 2013's offerings, which include a mix of the finest musicians, dancers and spoken word artists.
NYC-ARTS chatted with the "Chaplin" star about his Tony nomination.
An update on the political scandals, resignations and corruption charges in Albany and analysis of the mayoral race in New York City.
Continued reporting on the minimum wage debate, the changing role of city libraries, and more.
A special multi-platform live Town Hall event, hosted by Mike Schneider.
NYC-ARTS takes a look at ABT's spring lineup, from great classics to innovative premieres.
Explores the Museum and the recent renovations of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial and the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals.
Sandy's long-lasting impact on Lower Manhattan's infrastructure, new plans for the Port Authority bridges, and more.
Take a look at this year's TONY Award nominees, which will be competing for awards in 26 categories.
MetroFocus reports from New Jersey and New York on what’s ahead for the region six months after Sandy.
On this episode of Treasures of New York, get an inside look at the Museum and the renovations of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial and the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals.
This web extra looks at The Eel Project, which trains students and community members to monitor New York's wild eel populations.
A look at political corruption in Albany and New York City and why the voters aren't reacting.
Actor Jake Silbermann curates his own list of the best cultural events and art in New York City, his hometown.
This episode of Treasures of New York explores how Diller Scofidio + Renfro reinvented the public identities of Lincoln Center and the High Line.
A look at different approaches to saving failing schools, and Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez talks to Rafael Pi Roman in one of her few interviews in the U.S.
The new research center, to open in Tribeca in May, will be a 'Manhattan Project' for genomic sequencing. But can it do better than others?
Inaugurated in 1996, National Poetry Month is now held every April to celebrate poetry and its vital place in American culture. Check out what's happening in New York.
NYC-ARTS takes a look at Mohammed Fairouz's "In the Shadow of No Towers," inspired by Art Spiegelman's graphic novel of the same name.
A look at the minimum wage debate, a Five Borough Ballot reporting project, and more.
A festival introducing NYC to the ancient arts of a Southeast Asian kingdom and its contemporary artists.
A guide for finding arts events that take place in New York’s houses of worship and for discovering the rich heritage and architecture of these landmark buildings.
Good news and bad news for NYC libraries: Less city support, but attendance is up.
NYC-ARTS explores the various New York groups and institutions honoring women's contributions to literature, art, music and more in special events for Women's History Month.
MetroFocus reports from three New York regions four months after Sandy.
German cellist Jan Vogler shares his favorite New York cultural experiences with NYC-ARTS for The Huffington Post.
Pat Mitchell, President and CEO of The Paley Center for Media, interviews Paula Zahn.
From Jan 30 - March 2, American Songbook at Lincoln Center presents American singers, songwriters, and composers in intimate concerts at The Allen Room.
MetroFocus takes an in-depth look at the relationship between gun violence and poverty. Rafael Pi Roman interviews AIDS activist, Peter Staley, and more.
Pat Mitchell, President and CEO of The Paley Center for Media, interviews Soledad O’Brien.
New York Fashion Week (February 7-14) may get all the buzz with the season's latest trends, but these shows focus on more lasting impacts of fashion in New York.
MetroFocus reflects on the life of former Mayor Ed Koch, who passed away on Feb. 1 at the age of 88.
NYC-ARTS' selection of Black History Month talks, exhibits and performances around the city.
MetroFocus looks at Hurricane Sandy recovery, compares and contrasts two different state of the state addresses, and more.
Kids Club Thirteen members enjoy a free performance and special craft on Sunday, February 17th.
Enter to win tickets to "Making Roots and Making TV History" a discussion (Feb. 4) with cast members of the 1977 iconic minisereis "Roots."
Pat Mitchell, President and CEO of The Paley Center for Media, interviews Maria Bartiromo.
MetroFocus looks at 90 days in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, wishes Grand Central Terminal a happy birthday, and more. Airs Jan 24 at 9 p.m.
Genres collide in the Ecstatic Music Festival at the Kaufman Center's Merkin Concert Hall, which runs from January 25 - March 21.
MetroFocus follows the hurricane recovery money, checks in with a New Jersey school, and presents a Solutions Story on homeless youth.
Here's everyone's big break into showbiz—two-for-one tickets to select Broadway productions from January 22 through February 7.
Hurricane recovery money, a Solutions Story on homeless youth, and more. Airs Jan 10 at 9 p.m.
Under the Radar (UTR) is an annual theater festival (Jan 9-20) that spotlights international artists ranging from emerging talents to masters in the field.
A disaster relief organization called Team Rubicon, operated by military veterans, used its skills to begin rebuilding in Rockaway Beach.
Christmas cheer doesn't have to end on the 25th. Extend the magic of the holidays with these still-festive events that you were most likely too busy shopping to see until now.
An in-depth look at what happened when the power went out at New York hospitals, interviews with former Mayor Ed Koch and former Governor Christine Todd Whitman, and more.
In the MetroFocus studio, the former mayor shares his opinions of politicians and recounts his challenges and honors.
An in-depth conversation with musician and author Pete Townshend.
A look at what happened when the power went out at New York hospitals after Sandy, an interview with former Mayor Ed Koch, and more.
Conductor Jayce Ogren shares his favorite haunts for listening to live music in NYC.
Explores the unique history and architecture of the New York State Capitol building.
Continuing issues around the aftermath of Sandy, and the New York Botanical Garden.
Interviews and panel discussions explore the catering industry and planning for the finest events in New York City.
How the region is recovering from Hurricane Sandy and a look at the trees of the New York Botanical Garden.
Recounts the untimely demise and rebuilding of the New York State Capitol. Premieres Dec. 10 at 10 p.m.
In Lower Manhattan, even the businesses that have re-opened are hurting.
Interviews and panel discussions explore affordable housing and how to provide the necessary housing for the citizens of New York City.
A look at some of the famous carols, classic stories and performances that draw New Yorkers together during the holiday season.
The Army Corps of Engineers estimates 3.6 million cubic yards of debris will ultimately be carted out of NYC.
Richard Haass and Nan Keohane speak on public policy leadership issues.
A collection of some of the stand-out events and places to visit during the holiday weekend.
Interviews and panel discussions explore New York City restaurants as the lifeline of New York City hospitality.
A look at wealth and questions of disparity with economist Diana Furchtgott-Roth, former New York Times economics columnist Jeff Madrick, and historian Kenneth Jackson.
Coverage of Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath on Long Island, New York City and New Jersey.
A conversation with guest John Catsimatidis, Chairman, President and CEO of Red Apple Group.
Pick-up trucks, vans, Verizon vehicles, pumps and industrial dehumidifiers create a whirring buzz during recovery efforts.
Photo exhibitions from archival to contemporary in NYC.
Go behind-the-scenes with these production photos from the documentary.
As of Monday, very few of the 375,000 residents in Zone A had taken advantage of evacuation centers.
Michael Govan of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Thomas P. Campbell of the Metropolitan Museum of Art discuss the challenges of running major museums on both coasts.
Mapping ethnic communities in NYC before the election, a look at Yankees history, and more.
Gotham's Halloween festivities are as diverse as the city itself. Here are some of NYC-ARTS top picks.
A look a the historic Amagansett Life-Saving Station on Long Island. Premieres Nov. 1 at 8:30 p.m.
The Bronx's only independent bookstore sold "The Satanic Verses" when major chains pulled it, and a weekly paper was firebombed.
A conversation between John Sexton, President, New York University, and Drew Faust, President, Harvard University.
MetroFocus looks at the redistricting process in New York City, which takes place once every 10 years.
New episode premieres October 25 at 8:30 p.m.
An in-depth conversation with New York’s leading healthcare experts.
Deborah Gilbert visits 'The Heiress' on Broadway, Lady Edith takes to the stage in the West End, and much more.
Watch Online: Explore the home where FDR celebrated his 1932 presidential victory.
Most city residents agree the Bronx Bombers are the best team of the last 20 years.
A classic, indie, and short film picked by you, every Saturday night at 9 p.m.
Blogger Deborah Gilbert on Downton Abbey at the Emmy Awards, Dan Stevens sightings in NYC, new Masterpiece show "Call the Midwife," and much more.
Richard Peña looks back at his 25-year tenure as prgram director at the Film Society, high points of the NYFF 50th anniversary and how technology has changed and challenged film.
NYC-ARTS' weekly picks of the best things to see and do in New York City.
Treasures of New York delves into some little known facts about the city's parks that even the most savvy of New Yorkers are likely to have missed.
Bob Richter, interior designer extraordinaire and star of the new PBS series "Market Warriors," selects his Top Ten culture spots in NYC.
Ruckus Reader has launched three digital interactive storybooks for iPad.
In EPA competition launched with 14 participants in 2010. Now 3,300 buildings are competing, with some unusual entrants in the metro region.