The esteemed Juilliard School is getting a $5 million gift — not to teach the arts, but to coach students on promoting their careers in a super-competitive world.
Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
Get tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, author of Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life from sister company Simon & Schuster.
Author Michael Gross shares New York City’s five most glamorous buildings.
Lauren Weisberger is the New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada and its upcoming sequel Revenge Wears Prada. Here, she shares her favorite New York City restaurants, museums and parks.
Craig Carton is one of radio’s loudest, orneriest, most beloved and highest-rated personalities as co-host of WFAN’s Boomer And Carton In The Morning radio program. His debut book, Loudmouth, is a bold and hilarious memoir of sports, manhood, and what it is to be a fan. Here is an excerpt from Carton’s Loudmouth.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg helped kick off the activities Wednesday. A gala was held at the granddaddy of all art fairs, The Armory Show at Piers 92 and 94 on the Hudson River.
Restaurants, retailers and even yoga studios in Harlem are kicking off a special deal. It’s the 4th annual Harlem Park to Park Festival, and TV 10-55’s Alex Denis is getting in on the fun.
Fun for children and their parents, visitors can take part in different creative experiences like designing your own jewelry, candle making and ceramics.
When the fire claimed the lives of his three girls in Stamford on Christmas of 2011, Matthew Badger says his heart broke into a thousand pieces.
Simon & Schuster authors Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen, of The Fire Island Cookbook, share their favorite Fire Island dining spots.
Angelo Guglielmo, director of the documentary “The Woman Who Wasn’t There,” shares his tips on documentary making.
Music fans can enjoy live acts every night of the week in Brooklyn if they so choose. Here are five must visit venues to discover the next big act.
Poetry has always been a more intimate affair than prose, and the best way to experience it is to see it performed in person. Spoken word venues abound in New York City. Here are some of the best the Big Apple has to offer.
This spring, dance and sing your way down Broadway with your pick of new productions and long-running shows. From paranormal love stories to tap-dancing newsboys and singing missionaries, Broadway has something for everyone.