Throughout December, several theaters in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens show classic and contemporary holiday movies, perfect to get you in the holiday spirit after a long day of shopping or tree-trimming. Here’s the best of what’s playing.
New York City offers practically as many ways to celebrate the holiday season as it does bodegas and taxis. Below are our favorite offbeat ways, perfect for after you’ve seen the tree at Rockefeller Center and watched the Rockettes kick.
New York (CBSNewYork) Theatre in New York is going green. The 50 seat Spiral Theatre Studio, which opened in September on West 36th Street in Manhattan, is an eco-friendly theatre founded by actress and director […]
This holiday season, when family and friends come to town, check out these activities that are particularly good for groups.
The grandstand walls at Aqueduct Racetrack have been transformed into a street art exhibit which will last until the end of the year. Works by both local and international artists are featured at the show, which includes 11 pieces.
The lights of the Christmas season shine brightest in the Big Apple, where decorations adorn department store windows, holiday tunes fill the air and the city’s stages come to life with Christmas productions.
“My Purple Wig” is at The Lion Theatre at Theatre Row on West 42nd Street between Ninth and Tenth avenues.
“Dust” again features the beloved characted Dr. Kay Scarpetta, a world-renowned forensic pathologist.
“Rasputin’s Shadow” comes from the same brain that produced “The Last Templar.”
The phrase “Rest in Peace” takes on a whole new meaning at New York’s prettiest cemeteries. Home to the wealthy, the famous, the well-connected, and, in some cases, the long-forgotten, these areas make for pleasant strolls and nice afternoons.
Think you can’t dance? Head to one of the city’s best dance studios, and let the teachers show you otherwise. All offer instruction in the art of moving your body masterfully and majestically, for beginners and experts alike.
Gotham has been home to many famous authors including Edgar Allen Poe. Follow Lynn Cullen, author of Mrs. Poe, as she explores the city as Poe might have seen it.
Out of the 116,000 attendees in 2012, more than 40 percent were female.
The festival kicks off on Tuesday with the premiere of the CBGB movie.
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The parade, held every year since 1929, honors Italian Americans’ contributions to New York City and draws around million spectators and 35,000 marchers.
It’s an event that makes — and breaks — careers, while also setting trends for the next year.
Miley Cyrus performs during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.
The ‘Today’ show reported that more than 18,000 fans showed up to catch a glimpse of the young pop stars.