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The first top picks from NYC Arts in 2012 includes a can't-miss murder mystery from the quiet Turkish countryside.

Kiss the Air in the Park Avenue Armory's immense drill hall with STREB in this week's NYC-ARTS.org top 5 event picks.

Not only is Faustin Linyekula’s "more more more…future" great fun, it packs a potent message. In fact, there’s so much condensed into this 90-minute production that you feel as though you’d made a trip to the choreographer’s native Democratic Republic of Congo.

The chance to go beyond the American Ballet Theatre proscenium, a nine-day festival of 21st century music and more on this week's arts and culture check-list.

Facing an impending wave of cultural tributes to 9/11, I think back on the days following the attack. The entire city reeked of that acrid burning smell that we suspected was the entire contents of the Twin Towers.

This week, NYC ARTS highlights events and places observing the 10th anniversary of 9/11; plus, music around the city, from the classic to the experimental.

PearlDamour and Shawn Hall's "How to Build a Forest" at The Kitchen offers a stark contrast to the jammed High Line nearby.

What to make of "Nut," performance collective MGM Grand's subversive show at The Kitchen running through this weekend.

Sarah Michelson's Devotion, at The Kitchen through last weekend, is the work of an imaginative dance-theater artist able to uncompromisingly realize her specific vision.

In a somewhat uncharacteristic bit of showmanship, Donna Uchizono and company occupy theaters at both Baryshnikov Arts Center at The Kitchen this week, through tomorrow. Longing two begins uptown, at BAC (where I’ve been spending a lot of time lately, it seems), and continues as an enhanced intermission/bus ride to Chelsea, where it finishes up. [...]

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