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SUSHISAMBA Brings the 2014 World Cup to NYC
SUSHISAMBA is bringing the action from Brazil to their locations in New York City's Greenwich Village, this summer during ‘SUSHISAMBA MUNDIAL 2014!’ (read the story...)

Where to Dine for Father's Day in New York City
Looking to impress Dad on Father's Day? Here are some fine New York City restaurants that are offering special menus on Sunday, June 15th, ranging from classic steakhouses and Italian restaurants to dining cruises, free bowling, and more. (read the story...)

It's a Date! Explore the 2014 Museum Mile Festival on June 10
The 2014 Museum Mile Festival will take place on Tuesday, June 10, from 6pm-9pm. Created in 1978 as a means to stir public interest and support of museums, the Museum Mile Festival was formed as a consortium by the museums that share the Fifth Avenue address. (read the story...)

Viktoria Tocca: NYC's Next Big Thing
International Award winning Swedish singer/songwriter/actress Viktoria Tocca is busy these days making her mark globally. We caught up with her last week while she was visiting New York and working on her first album in the U.S. (read the story...)

A Guide to Celebrating NYC Pride 2014
June is commonly regarded as LGBT Pride Month, to commemorate the June 28, 1969 Stonewall Inn riots in Greenwich Village. We’ve included here a roundup of NYC festivities to get into the spirit of celebrating respect and equality--for all. (read the story...)

Cleopatra's Needle - Metropolitan Museum of Art Through June 08, 2014
The exhibition will celebrate the completion of an extensive program by the Central Park Conservancy to conserve the obelisk of Thutmose III, popularly known as "Cleopatra's Needle." Relying primarily on the Metropolitan's own collection enhanced with several important loans from local museums and private lenders, the exhibition will explore the meaning of obelisks in ancient Egyptian divine and funerary cults and will consider how these massive monuments were created and erected. An equally important part of the presentation will show the importance of this ancient architectural form in western culture and how a long-standing fascination with obelisks ultimately led to the erection of the one in Central Park. This portion of the exhibition will be illustrated through a selection of paintings, prints, textiles, and other objects from the departments of European Paintings, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Drawings and Prints, and the American Wing. (read the story...)

Target First Saturday - Celebrate Pride! - Brooklyn Museum on June 07, 2014
Target First Saturday kicks off Brooklyn Pride week with an evening of exciting programming. Highlights include live music by Avan Lava and The Shondes, a drag showcase hosted by Miss New York Continental Elite Tyler Alyxander, a performance and workshop by Benny Ninja Training Academy, a ballet performance by Katy Pyle and Ballez, and much more. (read the story...)

Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Exhibit at Discovery Times Square Takes Love of Superheroes, Science to New Heights
Now at Discovery Times Square, the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.(Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) is open! The sprawling 10,000 square foot spectacle grants fans a simulated experience of training to be agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (read the story...)

Summer Theater in NYC: The Sizzle Is On
Curious about the performers who light up Broadway and the Tony Awards? Ready to catch up on what’s trending theatrically in the Big Apple? Allow me to be your guide to the best of New York City theatre as we head into summer! (read the story...)

NYC's World Yacht Unveils New Cruises for Summer 2014
World Yacht, New York City’s premier destination on the Hudson River since 1984, has unveiled some special plans for the 2014 tourist season—which include the launch of two distinct new cruises. (read the story...)

New York Theatre Ballet Announces New Home at St. Mark's in-the-Bowery
New York Theatre Ballet, the most widely seen chamber ballet company in the United States has found a new home at St. Mark’s in-the-Bowery. (read the story...)

What to Do on Father's Day in New York City
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 15. Take some time to thank Dad for all he has done with a great afternoon together. Here are some ideas for how to spend the day in New York City. (read the story...)

Rocky Delivers a Knockout Blow on Broadway
Another actor has stepped into the fictional boxer’s trunks for the Rocky musical: Andy Karl, a Broadway veteran who makes a boxing and singing Rocky come to vivid life. (read the story...)

Audubon's Aviary: Parts Unknown (Part II of the Complete Flock) - New-York Historical Society Through May 26, 2014
Part II of the highly successful tripartite series Audubon's Aviary: The Complete Flock will continue showcasing masterpieces from the New-York Historical Society collection of John James Audubon's preparatory watercolors for the sumptuous double-elephant-folio print edition of The Birds of America (1827-38), engraved by Robert Havell Jr. Part II of The Complete Flock will feature the watercolor models for Havell plates 176-305 (fascicles 36-61), including many of the water birds from his southern travels and the Labrador Expedition. (read the story...)

The Sci-Fi Universe with Brian Levine and Christina Pease - American Museum of Natural History on May 27, 2014
Theoretical astrophysicist Katherine Freese ponders the question: What is the universe made of? The longest outstanding problem in all of modern physics, this question is the most important research topic in cosmology and particle physics today. Why? Because, it is clear, the bulk of the mass in the universe consists of a new kind of dark matter particle. Dark matter searches are three-pronged: with particle accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, in Geneva; in underground laboratory experiments worldwide; and with astrophysical searches of dark matter annihilation products. Currently there are claimed detections in multiple experiments - but they cannot possibly all be right. Still, excitement is building in the cosmology community that the nature of the dark matter particle may soon be revealed. (read the story...)

Shop NYC - Gift Ideas for Dads and Grads
There’s a lot to celebrate this time of year—including graduations and Father’s Day—which means there are a lot of occasions for gift giving. Whether you know someone looking to smarten up their wardrobe, get their hands on the latest gadget, or go off for the summer to “find themselves,” we have you covered. Make your shopping easy and fun by visiting some of these top New York retail destinations. (read the story...)

Statue Cruises Announces Summer Hours & Events for Lady Liberty & Ellis Island
For Summer 2014, they are offering additional departures to accommodate the Statue’s expanded summer hours beginning Memorial Day weekend with departures from 8:30am to 5pm. (read the story...)

Fleet Week 2014 at the Intrepid Museum in NYC
In honor of the men and women who serve in the United States military and their families, the Intrepid Museum is once again hosting the city’s annual Fleet Week celebration May 21-27, 2014. (read the story...)

Tony Award Nominees, 2013-2014: The Verdict Is In!
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder and Hedwig and the Angry Inch lead the pack. The annual roster of Tony nominations is in as of this morning and, not unlike other years, I find myself poring over a mixed bag of “terrific” and “what were they thinking?” (read the story...)

From Branch to Branch: The Elegant Visualization of Tree Diagrams - 92nd Street Y on May 21, 2014
Family ties, moral values, systems of law, biological species, hard disk drives - from illuminated manuscripts of medieval monasteries to today's computer graphics, designers have used tree diagrams as way of presenting complex data with an elegant yet simple visual. Wired Magazine called Manuel Lima "the man who turns data into art." Join the author of acclaimed bestseller Visual Complexity as he takes us on the 800+ year history of tree diagrams, subject of his new book, The Book of Trees: Visualizing Branches of Knowledge. Lima's illustrated presentation takes you on a journey over dozens of visualizations, showcasing an impressive human creativity in mapping a variety of hierarchical structures over the ages. A fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, nominated by Creativity magazine as "one of the fifty most creative and influential minds of the year," Manuel Lima is the founder of VisualComplexity.com and a regular teacher of data visualization at Parsons School of Design. Presented by Princeton Architectural Press. (read the story...)

Madame Tussauds & Jon Hamm Unveil Don Draper Wax Figure
Don Draper, of AMC's Emmy Award-winning television series Mad Men, has been immortalized in wax and unveiled at Madame Tussauds New York for the show’s final season. (read the story...)

9/11 Memorial Museum Opens to Public on May 21st
Last week's ceremony and previews for the 9/11 community laid the path for the opening of the 9/11 Memorial Museum, marking a milestone in American history. (read the story...)

Old School, New School - New York City's Best Steakhouses
New York City food crazes come and go, but our steak houses remain perennially popular. Whether you’re looking for a prime rib, steak au poivre or a surf and turf, we’ve found the best spots to find filets in Manhattan. (read the story...)

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Frontiers Lecture: The Cosmic Cocktail with Katherine Freese - American Museum of Natural History on May 12, 2014
Theoretical astrophysicist Katherine Freese ponders the question: What is the universe made of? The longest outstanding problem in all of modern physics, this question is the most important research topic in cosmology and particle physics today. Why? Because, it is clear, the bulk of the mass in the universe consists of a new kind of dark matter particle. Dark matter searches are three-pronged: with particle accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, in Geneva; in underground laboratory experiments worldwide; and with astrophysical searches of dark matter annihilation products. Currently there are claimed detections in multiple experiments - but they cannot possibly all be right. Still, excitement is building in the cosmology community that the nature of the dark matter particle may soon be revealed. (read the story...)


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