Around NYC Today (11/15) Judah Friedlander, Animal Collective, Canstruction

THINGS TO DO A View From the Bridge, Gerald W. Lynch Theater – Midtown, 1:30pm – 3:30pm CUNY’s Communication and Theatre Arts Department presents a staging of Arthur Miller’s classic play. $5 – $10. Dream State, W Loft – Brooklyn, 5pm – 9pm Come hang out on rooftop in Williamsburg for an evening of music, art, and skyline views. There will be interactive art installations, … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/15) Judah Friedlander, Animal Collective, Canstruction

Around NYC Today (11/14) Katy Tur, Norwegian Christmas Fair, As If Comedy

THINGS TO DO Katy Tur, Vanderbilt Hall – Greenwich Village, 6pm – 8pm NBC News Correspondent Katy Tur discusses the 510 days she reported on Republican Nominee Donald Trump. Over the course of the year and a half, Trump taunted Tur incessantly, transforming her into a prominent figure in the presidential campaign. Tur—who recently received a Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence— reflects on her unexpected time … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/14) Katy Tur, Norwegian Christmas Fair, As If Comedy

Around NYC Today (11/13) Butterboy, Side Ponytail, Martha Redbone, City of God

THINGS TO DO NewsGuild Shop Talk with A.O. Scott, 1500 Broadway – Times Square, 6:30pm – 8pm O. Scott, one of the New York Times’ chief critics, discusses his career, the role of the critic and the current media industry and entertainment landscape. Free, RSVP. The Unthinkable Staged Reading, Theater for the New City – East Village, 7pm – 9pm The Unthinkable was a semifinalist for … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/13) Butterboy, Side Ponytail, Martha Redbone, City of God

Around NYC Today (11/12) Broadway at W, Sunnyside Arts and Crafts Show

THINGS TO DO Sunnyside Arts and Crafts Show, Queen of Angels Church – Queens, 9:30am – 5pm Buy pottery, jewelry, paintings, photography, ornaments and other items from 40 Sunnyside artisans. Each purchase gets you a free glass of wine from Lowery Liquors as long as supplies last. Free, RSVP. Not Far from Where We Were Before: Scenes and Songs from Lerner & Loewe, HB Studio … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/12) Broadway at W, Sunnyside Arts and Crafts Show

Around NYC Today (11/11), Broadway Trivia, Bowery Comedy, Party of Two

THINGS TO DO Human Foosball, Ocean Breeze Park – Staten Island, Nov. 11 (Sat.), 11am – 1pm Join a life size version this classic game. Participants will stay fixed to their line and battle an opposing team using a soccer ball. All standard rules apply. Participants of all ages can join. Free. Conjunction of Venus and Jupiter, Lemon Creek Park – Staten Island, 6pm – … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/11), Broadway Trivia, Bowery Comedy, Party of Two

Around NYC Today (11/10) Cry Havoc, White Man on a Pedestal, Relationshit!

THINGS TO DO Cry Havoc!, New York Historical Society – UWS, 7pm – 10pm Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experiences of military service, weaving his personal narrative with lines from some of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches. Pay as you wish. RSVP. White Man On A Pedestal Opening Reception, Pioneer Works – Brooklyn, 7pm – 9pm White Man On A Pedestal is a two-person exhibition by … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/10) Cry Havoc, White Man on a Pedestal, Relationshit!

Canstruction at Brookfield Place

Around NYC Today (11/8) Canstruction, Yayoi Kusama, House of Vogue

THINGS TO DO The Public Theater Mobile Unit: The Winter’s Tale, Brownsville Recreation Center  – Brooklyn, 11:30am – 1:30pm The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit, which brings productions of Shakespeare to communities all across New York City, journeys through tragedy into comedy with a new production of The Winter’s Tale, directed by Lee Sunday Evans (Caught, Porto). RSVP by emailing vivian.jett@parks.nyc.gov . Free. The Complete Poetry of … Continue reading Around NYC Today (11/8) Canstruction, Yayoi Kusama, House of Vogue

Oct. 9 (Mon.), Indigenous Peoples Day, Columbus Day, Myq Kaplan

THINGS TO DO Indigenous Peoples Day, Harlem River Field Rethink Columbus Day with this two Day Indigenous Celebration. With performances from Native American artists, musicians and poets. Monday event starts at sunrise with a ceremony. Free. Columbus Day Parade, 11am Parade moves up Fifth Avenue from 47th Street to 72nd Street. There’s also a red carper area between 67th Street and 69th Street. Free. Rikers … Continue reading Oct. 9 (Mon.), Indigenous Peoples Day, Columbus Day, Myq Kaplan