Choreographer Paul Taylor has created 136 dances during his career; among the 18 presented at his first season at Lincoln Center are three New York premieres.
Twenty-two years after Keith Haring’s untimely death, the Brooklyn Museum is mounting a large-scale exhibition of his work. Why the big show? And what was it about our city that so inspired him?
Looking to relive the glory days of elementary school kickball games or your summer camp’s competitive archery classes? Peruse the city’s plentiful options for New Yorkers looking to team up.
On March 18 officers from the New York City Police Department will handcuff me with numerous pairs of restraints. I will then be thrown into the New York Aquarium’s colossal observation tank and attempt to remove these restraints, underwater. My name is Thomas Solomon and I am known as the “World’s Greatest Escape Artist.”
New Yorkers yearning for a magical ride on a painted horse (or bug) will soon have three times as many opportunities to fulfill their dreams. Some might say we’re a city obsessed with carousels. It may just be the truth…
For those who always wanted to know more about the design of the buildings in their own backyard, a new book, “How to Read New York,” offers a crash course. Sketches and blueprints give you x-ray vision into the details of some of New York’s most iconic — and most overlooked — buildings.