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Perry Santanachote for NYC-ARTS  |  May 1, 2012 11:25 AM | Comments
The author of "The Russian Debutante’s Handbook" and "Absurdistan" closes the PEN World Voices Festival with a pop culture quiz for Salman Rushdie.
Luc Sante. Photo by Evan Sung.
Perry Santanchote for NYC-ARTS  |  May 1, 2012 4:00 AM | Comments
Though Luc Sante grew up in New Jersey and New York City, the Belgium-born author and PEN World Voices Festival panelist has never stopped feeling like an outsider.
Mobile DevCamp brings technology enthusiasts together to create new applications and software. This year's conference will focus on developing new functions for cloud technology. Photo by Gillis Cone.
Doris Martinez  |  April 27, 2012 4:00 AM | Comments
Cloud computing is projected to create 60,000 jobs in New York in 2012 and a hackathon weekend lets developers play with cloud technology.VIDEO
Founded by the elf-ear wearing Reverend Jen, whose love for “cute and ugly elemental beings” inspired the collection, the Troll Museum is located on the sixth floor of a walkup on the Lower East Side. Reverend Jen’s living-room-turned-troll-sanctuary includes vintage trolls and memorabilia featuring the mythical creatures. Photo courtesy of Flickr/:::Mat:::
Doris Martinez  |  April 20, 2012 4:00 AM | 1 Comment
Are you looking for a literal inside view of New York architecture, outlandish thingamajigs from decades past, or unusual settings for art and music, but aren’t quite sure where to begin your search? Then check out our round-up of some of the best resources for hidden gems and insider events. VIDEO
Craig Shepard leads a silent walk through Vinegar Hill
Bijan Rezvani and Daniel Ross  |  April 9, 2012 4:00 AM | Comments
Every Sunday, composer Craig Shepard invites the public to join him on a walk to an outdoor performance, where his own music melds with the sounds of the city.
The third installment of stillspotting  nyc explores Jackson Heights, Queens, shown here in an aerial view. Photo by Iwan Baan.
Georgia Kral  |  April 2, 2012 4:00 AM | 1 Comment
stillspotting nyc explores urban life through immigrant stories and cultural narratives from Jackson Heights.VIDEO
Experts say the tragic sinking of the Titanic a century ago can be blamed on low grade rivets that the ship's builders used on some parts of the ill-fated liner. AP/file image.
Michelle Michalos  |  March 30, 2012 4:00 AM | 1 Comment
As the Titanic Centennial approaches, people will recount that fateful night at lectures, screenings, readings, a dinner and even a ship journey.
The Kingsbridge Armory, located at, is tktk. Flickr/Shan 213
Doris Martinez  |  March 22, 2012 4:00 AM | Comments
Visions of film studios, churches, ice rinks, chess museums and more for the Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx.
This 48-foot long snake once lived, 600 million years ago. A replica is on display in Grand Central Terminal Thursday and Friday. Photo by Mark Von Holden/ Smithsonian Channel.
Georgia Kral  |  March 20, 2012 4:00 AM | 1 Comment
A replica of the pre-historic Titanoboa snake will be on view for the first time ever.VIDEO
Saturday is St. Patrick's Day -- are you ready for some pints of Guiness? MetroFocus/Karan Brazell
Sarah Berson  |  March 14, 2012 4:00 AM | 1 Comment
Leery of leprechaun lore? Brush up on your St. Paddy's Day facts before donning excessive layers of green and toasting with that Guinness.
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