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DNA PRESENTS Season Spotlights 11 World Premieres
Dance New Amsterdam (DNA), NYC's most progressive dance education center, creative laboratory and performance space, announces its upcoming 2011-2012 performance season. (read the story...)

CG: Brooklyn Philharmonic Features Mos Def, Leslie Uggams, et al. in New Season
Brooklyn philharmonic has just announced their 2011-12 season: (read the story...)

709 Penn Gallery Displays New work by Stephanie Armbruster
Cheap rent. Budget glam. Demolition. Artist Stephanie Armbruster embraces the challenges and opportunities as a rustbelt city native in her solo exhibit, In Search of Something More. (read the story...)

Gallery at New World Stages Presents FLASHBACK: STREET SCENES
Gallery at New World Stages, located at 343 West 49th Street in New York City, announces the opening of Flashback: Street Scenes by Daria Deshuk - The Larry Rivers Years, an exhibition of 24 original oil paintings by Daria Deshuk. (read the story...)

Met's Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty to Stay Open Until Midnight
The Metropolitan Museum of Art today announced that it will offer unprecedented late-night, final weekend hours to accommodate visitors' extraordinary response to its Costume Institute exhibition, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty. (read the story...)

NewSong Music & Lincoln Center Partner to Showcase Emerging Artists
NewSong Music is proud to announce its collaboration with Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the world’s largest performing arts organization, home of the New York City Ballet, Metropolitan Opera, New York Philharmonic, Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Juilliard School. (read the story...)

CG: QueensTheatre in the Park Presents A JEW GROWS IN BROOKLYN, 7/28-8/21
Queens Theatre in the Park (QTP), in association with GFour Productions,presents Jake Ehrenreich's A JEW GROWS IN BROOKLYN from July 28 - August 21, 2011 at Queens Theatre in the Park, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Flushing, NY. (read the story...)

CG: Living Legends Tribute Honors Freddie Jackson And Irene Gandy 7/28
The 5th Annual Harlem Summer Stage's 2011 Living Legends Tribute in New York City will be honoring singer FREDDIE JACKSON and Broadway publicist IRENE GANDY on Thursday, July 28th, for their work in the culturally rich and diverse Harlem Community. (read the story...)

CG: Thatcher Projects Joins Chelsea Art Walk 7/28
Join Thatcher Projects on Thursday, July 28, 2011 from 5 to 8 PM. for the second annual Chelsea Art Walk, a cooperative event organized by the neighborhood's galleries and art institutions. (read the story...)

CG: Paige Davis to Take Part in OPERATION BACKPACK, 7/28
On July 28, Trading Spaces star and Broadway veteran Paige Davis and Volunteers of America (VOA) Greater New York volunteers will help sort and stuff backpacks and school suppliesat Operation Backpack's "Sort Day". VOA's Operation Backpack drive aims to help 9,000 children in New York area shelters, so they can begin the school year with confidence, feeling more like their housed classmates. Children and parents who benefitted from the program will be on hand and Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Seth Diamond will also be available. (read the story...)

CG: Energizer and VH1 Save the Music Foundation Give the Gift of Music
Just because Season 10 of American Idol(R) has come to a close doesn't mean summer has to go by without hearing from your favorite American Idol(R) stars. (read the story...)

CG: RadioTheatre's H.P. Lovecraft Festival Extended Through 9/11
Due to popular demand The Drama Desk nominated, New York Innovative Theatre Award winning Radiotheatre will present their 2nd installment of the H.P. Lovecraft Festival for nine additional performances, August 7-September 11 at UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place). This installment of the H.P. Lovecraft Festival features the cult horror classics, REANIMATOR and THE CALL OF CTHULHU, live and onstage for the first time complete with award winning sound design and original orchestral scores. (read the story...)

NY Coo Gallery Announces September Exhibition
Art Exhibition 2011 by Alumni of Kanazawa College of Art- Ginza, Tokyo-Kanazawa-New York 21 SPIRITS OF KANAZAWA (read the story...)

The Jewish Museum will present Dirty Socks Music Romps, a weekly music class for toddlers on ten Tuesdays from September 20 through November 22, 2011. (read the story...)

Paley Center NY Celebrates Lucille Ball 100th Birthday
2011 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of "The First Lady of Television," Lucille Ball, on August 6 and the 60th anniversary of the debut of I Love Lucy on October 15. (read the story...)

Photo Coverage: Peter Gallagher & More at THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK PROJECT at SARDI's
On Tuesday, July 26th, Sardi's was the setting for a most unusual benefit for The American Songbook Project, which is quickly gaining a reputation for the most creative benefits in town. Last night was no exception. Guests heard Tyler DeAngelo, author of "Learn Just Enough to Get Laid," read excerpts from his book, and each excerpt was followed by a song from the American Songbook which was related to that subject. For example, astronomy, cooking, magic, and construction were represented by "Lost in the Stars," "I Can Cook Too," "Witchcraft," and "I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise." These were performed by some of Broadway and cabaret's most illustrious men and, in honor of New York's recent Equal Marriage Bill, one spot was reserved for a woman. Singers included: Peter Gallagher, Jeremiah James, Christian Campbell, Robert Petkoff, Sean Harkness, John Malino, and Ms. Lea DeLaria. Lance Horne musical directed. (read the story...)

AMNH 35th Annual Margaret Mead Film Festival Held 11/10-13
Celebrating 35 years as the preeminent showcase for contemporary cultural storytelling, the 2011 Margaret Mead Film Festival will screen more than 30 outstanding films culled from more than 1,000 submissions. (read the story...)

Summer Festival of Sacred Music Continues At St. Barts
The 17th annual Summer Festival of Sacred Music continues on Sunday, August 14 at 11 am with a service featuring repertoire by Tomàs Luis de Victoria (1548-1611) in his 400th anniversary year. (read the story...)

Elizabeth Tryon Comes To Feinstein's in August
FEINSTEIN'S AT LOEWS REGENCY in association with Donald Schaffer Management & Entertainment & Ward Morehouse III present ELIZABETH TRYON "WHERE THE MUSIC TAKES ME" on AUGUST 2 & 16 AT 8:30 PM at Feinstein's, 540 Park Ave. (@ 61st St.) (read the story...)

Riverside Theatre Hosts 6th Annual African Diaspora International Summer Film Series
Eight films - including several U.S. and New York premieres - will screen during the 6th Annual African Diaspora International Summer Film Series presented by the The Riverside Theatre and African Diaspora Film Festival from August 12 to August 21, at the Theatre (91 Claremont Ave., bet. 120th & 122nd St.), Morningside Heights. (read the story...)

The Joyce Hosts Free Performances to Commemorate 10th Anniversary of 9/11
The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc. will present two free performances on September 10 and 11 at 5pm in the Nelson A. Rockefeller Park (North end of Battery Park City, west of River Terrace) to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of September 11, 2001. (read the story...)

CG: Mary Wilson of the Supremes Plays Seaside Summer Concert Series
On Thursday, July 28, the 33rd annual Seaside Summer Concert Series at Coney Island, hosted by Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, will welcome Mary Wilson of the Supremes as well as The Spinners. (read the story...)

Guitarists Gather to Celebrate Joe Diorio's 75th Birthday at Birdland
Guitarists will gather to celebrate Joe Diorio's 75th Birthday at Birdland on August 7 (read the story...)

CG: Central Park SummerStage Presents Wanda Jackson Tonight
SummerStage is proud to welcome musical royalty to our stage on July 27 when we host the Queen of Rockabilly, WANDA JACKSON. She'll be joined by a leading light of the next generation of rockabilly, Irish vocalist and pop star IMELDA MAY. (read the story...)

CG: Marlborough Chelsea Features POWHIDA, 7/27-8/12
The directors of Marlborough Chelsea are pleased to announce POWHIDA, a site-specific project by the eponymous artist opening Wednesday, July 27th. The exhibition will be on view through August 12th. (read the story...)

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