The British Telly Dish
The Tunnel – Final Season
Christina Knight | June 20, 2018
Set amidst mid-Brexit hysteria, THE TUNNEL: VENGEANCE (Season 3) tackles an escalating refugee crisis and examines the increasing threat of terror by disenfranchised, exiled souls.
What to Stream on THIRTEEN: Week of June 10
Christina Knight | June 14, 2018
Five American Masters documentaries streaming for a limited time, a new episode of First Person, plus documentaries on Myanmar's brutal campaign against Rohingya Muslims, Robert F. Kennedy and more. Continue reading
Saugatuck StoryFest: High School Contest
June 13, 2018
What's your favorite book on The Great American Read list? Design a cover, write fan fiction, draw a comic, direct a mini film or express your favorite novel in another way in this contest.
The Music Dish
How to Experience the Metropolitan Opera. We Count the Ways
Christina Knight | June 11, 2018
The Met Opera shares its artistry beyond the 3,800 seats in its Lincoln Center home. Hear and see the opera with these free SummerStage recitals, PBS broadcasts, radio programs and screenings. Continue reading
The Music Dish
SummerStage in the Parks: Highlights
Christina Knight | June 5, 2018
The City Parks Foundation's love for New Yorkers and visitors is proven year after year with New York City’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival. Here are our picks, by borough. Continue reading
Leandro’s Don’t Miss List: June 2018
Leandro Mejia | June 1, 2018
Celebrate summer's commencement with progressive programming.
Mister Rogers Style: What Color Sweater Should You Wear?
May 30, 2018
As soon as Mister Rogers zipped up his comfy sweater, it was time for exciting new things to unfold, all guided by his steady hand, calm voice, and big heart. To get into the right frame of mind, what color sweater should you wear today? Find out with this quiz! Continue reading
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: The 10 Best Celebrity Sightings
Elisa Lichtenbaum | May 25, 2018
Fred Rogers invited celebrities on his show to help teach children concepts, from the complexity of emotions, to music and rhythm and the workings of science. Continue reading
A Summer Reading List to Match Your Summer Plans
Christina Knight | May 23, 2018
Six summer reading list recommendations, based on how you feel about summer and what you plan to do with it.