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Butterfly Conservatory Back at NYC's American Museum of Natural History
The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter, an annual favorite visited by millions of children and adults, returns to the American Museum of Natural History on October 12. (read the story...)

Ripley's New York Opens New Baseball Exhibit
Drawing on a number of artifacts from New York’s very own Yankees, the new Baseball Room, valued at more than $1.2 million, is home to a variety of rare items. (read the story...)

Not Just For Nooks & Netflix Anymore: Grisham’s A Time to Kill Comes to The Great White Way
One of Grisham’s most potent courtroom dramas is coming to Broadway, and New York theatregoers are in for this season’s most spellbinding ride (read the story...)

Rink at Rockefeller Center Open for the 2013-2014 Season
The most famous ice rink in the world has officially opened for the 2013-2014 season, introducing new packages and family-friendly experiences. (read the story...)

Rock of Ages - Broadway's Awesomely Retro Must-See Musical
People, start your cassette players: it’s party time on Broadway! Get ready to get down to the acid-washed sounds of the 1980s with a wine cooler in one hand while pumping the other high in the air as you chant along to Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, and Journey. (read the story...)

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov Documentary to Premiere at NYC's Film Forum in November
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: ENTER HERE, a new documentary film about Russia’s most celebrated artists will have its U.S. theatrical premiere at Film Forum in New York City on November 13, 2013, for a two-week engagement. (read the story...)

Celine Dion Wax Figure Unveiled at Madame Tussauds New York
The famed Late Show’s Gospel Choir -- as seen on The Late Show with David Letterman -- will serenade Celine Dion’s double with her new hit single “Loved Me Back to Life.” (read the story...)

Previews, Mega-Stars & Opening Nights
Every fall, Broadway hits its prime-time stride: New shows launch, long-running hits celebrate double-digit birthdays, and acclaimed film and TV actors tweak their London and Hollywood schedules to perform exclusively for New York theatregoers. (read the story...)

Spa Week Returns to NYC October 14-20
Marathon spa-aficionados and newcomers to the art of pampering to the max, get ready for the best part of autumn: Spa Week, that idyllic week when inspiration meets self- preservation in the guise of high-end spa treatments and first-rate health and fitness services. (read the story...)

Delicate World: The Glass Menagerie Returns to Broadway
In Tennessee Williams' loosely autobiographical memory play The Glass Menagerie, currently on Broadway for the first time since 2005, it is an overwhelming sense of absence that lingers in the air after the final curtain. (read the story...)

Monumental Replica of Statue of Liberty on View on Brooklyn Museum Grounds
Although the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor is closed during the shutdown of the federal government, a monumental replica of the statue is on view on the grounds at the back of the Brooklyn Museum. (read the story...)

Expanded Queens Museum to Celebrate Reopening in November
The Queens Museum has announced the opening weekend events lineup to coincide with the opening of the Museum’s expansion and inaugural exhibitions. (read the story...)

2013 Concierge Choice Award Winners Announced
On September 30, 2013, the New York City Association of Hotel Concierges (NYCAHC) hosted the 2013 Concierge Choice Awards, the hospitality industry's most prestigious awards gala, at the Loeb Boathouse in Central Park. (read the story...)

New Victory Theater 2013-14 Season Takes Off With Peter Pan
Renowned for presenting some of New York City's performing arts for kids, families, and audiences of all ages, the New Victory Theater's 2013-14 season, begins with the U.S. premiere of Peter Pan. (read the story...)

Romeo and Juliet - Back on Broadway After a 36-Year Hiatus
Orlando Bloom makes his Broadway debut as that love-smitten Montague lad known as Romeo, and according to opening-night critics, he did rather well. And then there’s our Juliet for the 21st century, played with radiant, girlish charm by Condola Rashad. (read the story...)

Statue Cruises Announces Harbor Tours Schedule
Statue Cruises, the official concessioner to the National Park Service to provide ferries to Liberty and Ellis Island, has reinstated its Harbor Tour service as a result of the government shutdown. (read the story...)

Bronx Bombers Hits a Home Run Off Broadway
The Off Broadway premiere of a new play, from the team behind Lombardi and Magic/Bird, that looks at the storied history of Yankees baseball. (read the story...)

Hester Street Fair to Run Cafe at NYC's New Museum
The New Museum has announced Hester Street Café, a new collaboration with the venerated Lower East Side community market, Hester Street Fair. (read the story...)

Cherry Jones Returns to Broadway in The Glass Menagerie
John Tiffany’s revival of The Glass Menagerie marks the return of two-time Tony (with four nominations) and three-time Drama Desk winner Cherry Jones to the stage - and at the very apex of her game. (read the story...)

51st New York Film Festival Begins Unreeling Biggest Film Roster Ever September 27
The 17-day fest features A-List stars, directors, documentaries, classic revivals, shorts, a Jean-Luc Goddard retrospective, gala tributes, and more. (read the story...)

Hurricane Sandy Update from The New York City Police Museum
The New York City Police Museum is grateful for your continued support as we continue to rebuild from the damage sustained from Hurricane Sandy. While the Museum remains closed, we have partnered with cultural institutions around the city. (read the story...)

Mr. Robata - Contemporary Japanese Cuisine Stars on Broadway
The two-year-old Mr. Robata on Broadway in the Theater District offers diners as many or perhaps even more culinary options than any other Japanese restaurant in the City. (read the story...)

Dark Universe Space Show Premieres at AMNH in November
The new Hayden Planetarium space show, narrated by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, premieres November 2 at the American Museum of Natural History. (read the story...)

First Date to Celebrate Album Release at 54 Below on October 15
The cast of Broadway’s First Date will celebrate the release of their Original Broadway Cast Album with a one-night-only cabaret at Broadway’s nightclub, 54 Below. (read the story...)

Richie Hawtin (Plastikman) to Perform at the Guggenheim Museum
The 2013 Guggenheim International Gala has announced two evenings of celebration starting Wednesday, November 6 with a pre-party featuring electronic music ambassador/DJ Richie Hawtin (aka Plastikman). (read the story...)

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