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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.

Elton John at the Tribeca Film Festival, industrial design at the Studio Museum, Tom Stoppard and Billy Crudup return to Broadway, and Cuba comes to New York.

The other day, I heard Chopin’s Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 No. 1, performed live on a nineteenth-century Corning Steinway piano. As Igal Kesselman, the pianist, made his way through that nocturne’s melancholy, stormy, and contemplative sections, in the background a woman checked out a flouncy silver-grey dress on the racks at Ann Taylor. [...]

Attention spans are definitely getting shorter. The whole internet thing, Google, texting, Twitter – how much shorter can the essence of a thought get than 140 characters or an emoticon? And now brevity has ferociously seized the performing arts with 60×60 Dance. This free event, at the World Financial Center’s Arts>World on November 14 at [...]

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