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Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Through May 14, 2014
Carrie Mae Weems is a socially motivated artist whose works invite contemplation on race, gender, and class. Increasingly, she has broadened her view to include global struggles for equality and justice. Comprehensive in scope, this retrospective primarily features photographs, including the groundbreaking Kitchen Table Series (1990), but also presents written texts, audio recordings, and videos. (read the story...)

Gimhonsok's Giant Teddy Bear in Tribeca Park
On view now, the NYC Parks and Tina Kim Gallery are presenting the exhibition of Korean artist Gimhonsok’s public artwork in Tribeca Park entitled, Bearlike Construction. (read the story...)

Midtown Comics Offers Exclusive Superman Red Son Figure
Midtown Comics in New York City announced it will release its first-ever exclusive action figure (read the story...)

Mother's Day Gift Ideas
If you’re looking for a gift for May 11, you’ve come to the right place: the shopping capital of the world. Here are some excellent ideas from a variety of stores. (read the story...)

Museum of Jewish Heritage Presents Free Spielberg Summer Film Series
This summer, the Museum of Jewish Heritage will present "Close Encounters of the Spielberg Kind," featuring eight iconic films by the director, all in the air-conditioned, mosquito-free, acoustically designed Edmond J. Safra Hall. (read the story...)

SciCafe: Collective Behavior in Ant Colonies and Beyond - American Museum of Natural History on May 07, 2014
Collective behavior takes many forms, such as emergence, self-organization, superorganism, quorum sensing, artificial intelligence, and dynamical networks. Stanford University biologist Deborah Gordon will discuss her research on ant colonies to investigate systems that operate without central control. (read the story...)

Travis Jeppesen: Marathon Reading of "The Suiciders" - Whitney Museum of American Art on May 09, 2014
Travis Jeppesen will read the entire text of his novel The Suiciders in a single day, an endurance performance that reflects Jeppesen's commitment to taking writing into contexts that intersect visual art and performance. Free with Museum admission. No special tickets or reservations are required. (read the story...)

William Kentridge: The Refusal of Time - Metropolitan Museum of Art Through May 11, 2014
A new joint acquisition by the Met and SFMOMA, William Kentridge's five-channel video installation The Refusal of Time (2012) is a thirty-minute meditation on time and space, the complex legacies of colonialism and industry, and the artist's own intellectual life. Kentridge was born in 1955 in Johannesburg, where he still lives and works. After drama school, Kentridge was active in theater and television production in the 1970s and 1980s. By the 1990s - coinciding with the abolishment of apartheid in South Africa - Kentridge's live theater work and the stop-motion animated films he developed from charcoal drawings found an increasingly international audience. (read the story...)

Annie Potts Joins Broadway's Big Top in Pippin
Just short of a year ago, Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson’s Pippin snagged four Tony Awards, including 2013’s Best Revival of a Musical. Inventively unorthodox, with endless OMG! physical and musical surprises — as well as a spectacularly funny/bizarrely poignant book — this Pippin sparks joy at every quirky twist, turn, bounce, swing, and swoop. (read the story...)

Legendary Singer Barbara Cook to Perform May 10 & 31
There are two upcoming metropolitan area dates to catch legendary two-time Tony and Drama Desk winner, Olivier and Grammy nominee, and 2011 Kennedy Center Honoree Barbara Cook performing her new act Are You Havin’ Any Fun?: Barbara Cook in Concert. (read the story...)

NYC Spring Sightseeing Special
Featuring Circle Line Sightseeing, NY Water Taxi, Yankee Stadium Tours, and Bike and Roll NYC. (read the story...)

Where to Dine for Mother's Day in New York City
This year, Mother’s Day falls on May 11 and you're in one of the greatest cities in the world on that special occasion. Here are some notable restaurants and dining establishments that are featuring great Mother's Day meals. (read the story...)

NYC's Midtown Comics Celebrates Free Comic Book Day Both In-Store & Online
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Slide Slam - American Museum of Natural History on April 28, 2014
Library Special Collections at the American Museum of Natural History is proud to launch its wide-ranging new online database of digital images from the Library's collections, featuring many images never before seen outside the Library. Come celebrate this milestone as Library Director Tom Baione moderates a lively discussion with renowned New York-based artists Alexis Rockman and Mark Dion about how these images have been influential to their careers. The discussion will be illustrated with slides of the artists' popular work, juxtaposed with the Museum images that inspired their creativity and artistic experience. As a memento, each guest will receive a packet of historic 35mm lecture slides from the Library's collection. In the pre-Internet era, these slides were provided to educators and researchers for presentations and reference. (read the story...)

Darbar - NYC's Home to Authentic Indian Cuisine
From Traditional Indian to Trans-Ethnic Cuisine... Sharp-eyed foodies can look around a restaurant and tell a great deal about it from the mix of diners. They'll like what they see at Darbar. (read the story...)

Celebrate Administrative Professionals Week at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House
The last full week in April (April 20-26, 2014) is Administrative Professionals Week, an annual recognition of the duties performed by secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support professionals. (read the story...)

Soccer Legend Pele Appears with Madame Tussauds New York Figure
Brazilian soccer superstar and The New York Cosmos Honorary President Pelé posed for photos yesterday with cheering fans and his Madame Tussauds New York wax figure to kick off the Cosmos’ season opener at Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium. (read the story...)

Broadway's Spring Must-Sees
Featuring Aladdin, If/Then, Les Miz, Vanessa Williams, and more. (read the story...)

The Music of 10,000 Nights: Phantom on Broadway
With over 10,800 performances and counting, Phantom of the Opera is the first and only musical in Broadway history to achieve the honor of hitting 10K curtain calls. (read the story...)

Heartland Brewery Introduces Limited Edition Coffee Beer: Oren's Daily Porter
Heartland Brewery founder Jon Bloostein and brother Oren Bloostein (Oren’s Daily Roast) — both owners of multi-unit New York City beverage businesses — have combined their love for beer and coffee to create Oren’s Daily Porter, a limited edition bottled ale available at all Heartland Brewery locations this month. (read the story...)

Where to Dine for Easter in New York City
Many fine New York City restaurants will be offering special menus and more for Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014. Here's a look at some of the restaurants that will be hosting special brunches and dinners. (read the story...)

Daredevil Circus Clown Bello Returns to Delight New Victory Audiences
Circus favorite and daredevil clown Bello, famous for hair raising, gravity-defying antics, manic comedy, madcap athleticism, and his signature skyscraper red hair (towering a foot high), returns to Times Square with an all-new edition of Bello Mania at the New Victory Theater now through April 20th, one of the best family entertainment bargains in town. (read the story...)

Interactive Pterosaurs Exhibit Lands at AMNH
The largest exhibition of its kind ever mounted in the United States explores the features of more than 150 species of brilliantly colored flying reptiles, highlighting the latest research by Museum scientists and leading paleontologists around the world. (read the story...)

Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna Unleashes a Tempest Force of Female Power
Cirque du Soleil’s iconic blue-and-yellow chapeau (big top tent) has risen adjacent to Citi Field in Queens, and the curtain has come up on Tony and Drama Desk-winning director Diane Paulus’ Amaluna, which is set to run through May 18. (read the story...)

50 Shades! The Musical: The Original Parody (of the Greatest Novel Ever Written)
The rapturously raunchy send up of the scorching bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey is officially a tongue-in-cheek (and many, many other far-more-risque places) Off-Broadway musical. (read the story...)


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