A new kind of dinner party is all the rage in New York – but participants don’t know where they’re going to be dining until the very last minute.
Parents, teachers and administrators surprised the kids at P.S. 10 in Park Slope by performing in a flash mob which included a choreographer, musicians, percussionists and puppeteers.
Members of the Broadway community and other performing arts professionals staged a performance in Times Square Sunday – but not for entertainment or amusement.
I work in advertising, so the word interactive is thrown around quite a bit in my world. Diner En Blanc was probably the most interactive event I have ever participated in — because the guests are the event.
The folks at Improv Everywhere seemed to be aware that not everyone would appreciate this prank as much as they have some of the previous efforts.
A “cash mob” is like a flash mob, but with a philanthropic twist. There are only three rules: Have fun, spend $20 and make three new friends.
A recent incident at a mall in suburban Philadelphia is raising new questions about whether such mayhem could erupt here.
Think you’ve seen it all on the subway? Chances are you have. Every train line has its own entertainment, but on Thursday a new video showing a creative way to use those subway poles was uploaded to YouTube and almost immediately went viral.