ongoing events

ongoing events

thru 3/29: my neighbor totoro 35th anniversary screenings: hayao miyazaki’s 1988 animated classic returns to select theaters for five days. various prices. >>

thru 3/31 (closed sunday): shoe-inn warehouse sale: dress for less and save up to 80% on 100+ brands of women’s footwear. shoes start at $15, boots at $29. 260 madison ave (@ e 39th street), free admission. >>

thru 4/1 (9pm): serials by the fled collective: watch teams of actors perform five original 10-minute plays, then vote for your favorites to return for a new ‘episode’ at the next cycle of the fled collective’s late night short play extravaganza. the flea theater (tribeca), $17. >>

thru 4/1: crumbs from the table of joy: keen company present the first new york revival of crumbs from the table of joy by two-time pulitzer prize winner lynn nottage and directed by colette robert at theater five (theatre row). use code ‘trk10t’ for $17.50 tickets (reg. $62.50-93.50. limit 10 per performance). >>

thru 4/2: estrogenius festival: the annual estrogenius festival celebrates femme, non-binary, non-conforming, and trans dance-makers, playwrights, experimental performers, burlesque performers, musicians, noise artists, and filmmakers with three weeks of performances at east village venues the kraine theater, under st. marks, arts on site, and the decatur street community garden in bushwick. sliding scale admission. >>

thru 4/2: ‘i’ll have what she’s having”: the jewish deli exhibition: the katz’s out of the bag: new-york historical society museum + library (uws) pays homage to the delicatessen and the jewish immigrants who created this city staple with an exhibition filled with neon signs, menus, advertisements, artwork, artifacts, deli workers’ uniforms, and video documentaries. new-york historical society museum + library (uws), $22 general, $17 seniors, $13 students, pay-as-you-wish fridays 6-8pm. >>

thru 4/3: sunnyside restaurant week: 40+ sunnyside, queens restaurants are offering three-course dinners for $35 and special lunch menus thru the beginning of april. >>

thru 4/9: 20at20: snag a $20 walk-up ticket to 28 participating off-broadway shows—just mention the 20at20 promotion at the box office 20 minutes before curtain time to get the deal. cash only (a venue fee may also apply). >>

thru 4/10 (closed 4/9): macy’s flower show: flower power! thousands of beautiful blooms fill the mezzanine level of the macy’s herald square flagship for more than two weeks during the retailer’s annual flower display. free admission. >>

thru 4/10: nick cave: forothermore: traveling from the museum of contemporary art chicago, an exhibition covering the entire breadth of artist nick cave’s career comes to the guggenheim, featuring sculpture, installation, video, and rarely seen early work. $25 general, $18 students/seniors, pay-what-you-wish saturdays 6-8pm. >>

sponsored: thru 4/15: 15 tickets to a world premiere from labyrinth theater company at 59e59 theaters: sex, drugs, queerness, and punk-rock. welcome to border city life in el paso, texas, 1984. día y noche is an unfiltered coming-of-age story about class struggles and the search for acceptance between two unlikely friends. this production contains strong language, violence, nudity, and sexual content. use code skint to snag $15 tickets (+ service fee). code expires march 31. >>

thru 4/15: dan flavin: kornblee gallery 1967: david zwirner’s upper east side townhouse gallery hosts an exhibition of works by minimalist artist dan flavin (1933–1996), recreating a pair of light exhibitions that flavin mounted in 1967 at new york’s kornblee gallery. the exhibition will be supplemented by the artist’s preparatory drawings as well as other archival materials. free admission. >>

thru 4/16: tin drum: medusa and aura rosenberg: what is psychedelic at pioneer works: red hook’s pioneer works presents a mixed reality experience by collective tin drum and a survey of paintings, photography, film, and sculpture by aura rosenberg. free admission ($10 suggested donation). >>

thru 4/22: gerhard richter at david zwirner: david zwirner’s chelsea gallery hosts an exhibition of works by visual artist gerhard richter, highlighting new and recent abstract paintings, sculpture, and works on paper created between 2016 and 2023. opening reception 3/16 6-8pm. david zwirner gallery (chelsea), free admission. >>

thru 4/23: the orchid show: national heritage at the new york botanical garden: immerse yourself in an array of orchids designed by landscape artist lily kwong at this year’s nybg orchid show. $35 general, $31 students/seniors. >>

thru 4/23 (closed mondays + tuesdays): fresh, fly, and fabulous: fifty years of hip hop style: a new exhibition at the museum at fit (chelsea) celebrates 50 years of the hip hop fashion and style, focusing on themes including the expression of black pride, the influence of sports, celebrity glam, and more. symposium 2/24 10am-5pm. the exhibition will be accompanied by a book of the same title, with a foreword written by slick rick. free admission. >>

thru 4/25 (tuesdays): doc nyc selects: doc nyc, the country’s largest documentary film festival, presents a new spring series of six documentary features and series, with filmmakers in-person for all shows. the lineup kicks off with judy blume forever, followed by q+a with directors leah wolchok and davina pardo. future screenings include w. kamau bell’s 1000% me: growing up mixed, james adolphus’s being mary tyler moore, and more. ifc center (greenwich village), $17 general, $14 seniors. >>

thru 5/1: two new exhibitions open at the international center of photography (les): face to face: portraits of artists by tacita dean, brigitte lacombe, and catherine opie and between friends: from the icp collection. international center of photography (les), $18 general, $14 seniors, $12 student, $5 thursdays 6-9pm. >>

thru 5/7: thierry mugler: couturissime: the first and only retrospective exhibition devoted to late french designer thierry mugler opens at brooklyn museum with 130 haute couture designs and stage costumes, accessories, photographs, and installations. brooklyn museum (prospect heights), $20 general, $12 seniors/students (admission includes entry to all of the museum’s exhibitions and galleries). >>

sponsored: thru 5/14: museum of failure: from frozen colgate beef lasagna to the rejuvenique face mask, revel in an exhibit of 150 real, questionable products from around the world. industry city (brooklyn), $20 general, $16.50 seniors/students. >>

thru 5/21: paula crown: #solotogether at rockefeller center. free. >>

thru 5/21: two new photo exhibitions at fotografiska: hip hop: conscious, unconscious (1/26-5/21), curated by sacha jenkins (mass appeal) and sally berman (hearst magazines); fashion photographer elizaveta porodina’s un/masked (1/27-4/30). fotografiska (flatiron), $31 general, $21 seniors/students. >>

thru 5/21: juilliard’s 2022-23 season: all the world’s a stage at the juilliard school (lincoln center), presenting more than 700 performances by current students and alumni, including classic and contemporary plays, world premiere dance works, operas, jazz and orchestral performances, concerts by the school’s pre-college division, and more. free-$40. >>

thru 5/21: monet to morisot: the real and imagined in european art: featuring nearly 90 works by monet, picasso, matisse, kandinsky, degas, cézanne, pissarro, morisot, and their contemporaries, the latest exhibition at the brooklyn museum (prospect heights) explores how 19th and early 20th century european artists engaged with the objective and subjective when it came to issues of gender, class, labor, colonialism, and nature. the exhibit marks the reinstallation of the museum’s european art collection, and will be the first time these particular works have been shown together since 2016. suggested admission: $16 general, $10 students/seniors. >>

thru 5/30: magentaverse: immerse yourself in color at artechouse’s latest immersive installation, inspired by pantone’s 2023 color of the year, viva magenta. artechouse (chelsea market), $25 general, $20 students/seniors, $20 mon-fri for ny + nj residents. >>

thru may: banksy in new york: defaced (an unauthorized exhibition): relive banksy’s 2013 month-long residency in new york at this pop-up exhibition featuring four original pieces, dozens of reproductions and prints, and more. 378 broadway (tribeca), $20.50 general, $16.50 seniors/students. >>

thru 6/4: wangechi mutu: intertwined at new museum (les). $18 general, $15 seniors, $12 students, pay-what-you-wish thursdays 7-9pm with timed ticket. >>

thru 6/4: roller wave pop-up skating rink: roll on up to the roller wave, a pop-up venue with skating, live performances, djs, an arcade, and food + beverages available for purchase. atlantic terminal mall (downtown brooklyn), $17.50+ admission, $10 skate rental. >>

thru 6/11: kara walker: harper’s pictorial history of the civil war (annotated): traveling from the smithsonian american art museum, a series of 15 prints by artist kara walker, based on harper’s two-volume civil war anthology published in 1866, comments on the omission of african americans from this narrative. new-york historical society museum + library (uws), $22 general, $17 seniors, $13 students, pay-as-you-wish fridays 6-8pm. >>

thru 6/24: (thursdays thru saturdays): rhythm, bass and place: through the lens: marking the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, the caribbean cultural center african diaspora institute in east harlem hosts a photo exhibition highlighting the evolution of black music in nyc from the 1970s-2000s, featuring the works of photographers joe conzo, jr. and malik yusef cumbo. free admission. >>

thru 7/9: two new exhibits at the society of illustrators: colleen doran illustrates neil gaiman (thru 7/29) and picturing pinocchio: mignola makes a marionette (thru 7/8) open at the society of illustrators (ues). $15 general, $10 seniors/students. >>

thru 7/9: the gregory gift exhibition at the frick madison: 28 fine and decorative works of art, bequeathed by alexis gregory, will be shown as a group for the first time at the frick madison’s latest exhibition. the new collection includes two eighteenth-century pastels, 15 limoges enamels, two eighteenth-century clocks, objects made of metal, enamel, and hardstone dating from the 16th-18th centuries, and more. $22 general, $17 seniors, $12 students, pay-what-you-wish thursdays 4-6pm. >>

thru 8/27: generation paper and funk you too! at mad: two new exhibitions open at the museum of arts and design (midtown west): generation paper: a fashion phenom of the 1960s and funk you too!: humor and irreverence in ceramic sculpture. $18 general, $14 seniors, $12 students, half-price on thursdays. >>

thru 9/4: berenice abbott’s new york album, 1929 at the met fifth avenue (ues). pay-what-you-wish admission for new york state residents and ny, nj, and ct students ($25 general, $17 seniors, $12 students otherwise). >>

thru 9/10: : made in japan: 20th century poster art and black power to black people: branding the black panther party at poster house (flatiron). $12 general, $8 seniors/students, free admission for all on fridays. >>

thru 9/30: food in new york: bigger than the plate exhibition: from bodega bites to michelin-starred restaurants, dig into the history of new york’s food industry and the relationship between new yorkers and food at a new exhibition at the museum of the city of new york. with works by 20+ artists and designers, the exhibition presents potential solutions to local and global challenges of sustainability, labor justice, and food access. museum of the city of new york (east harlem), suggested admission: $20 general, $14 seniors/students. >>

thru 10/28 (various dates and locations): japan fes opening day: the japanese food street fair returns for the 2023 season, with a rotating lineup of vendors from around the world. free admission (pay-as-you-go). >>

thru december (fri + sat @ 10:30pm): the infinite wrench: how’s this for short attention span theater? the new york neo-futurists present 30 two-minute plays in 60 minutes, every friday and saturday thru the end of the year at kraine theatre (east village). $20 general, $12 students. >>

thru 1/14/2024: death is not the end at the rubin: explores notions of death and afterlife through the art of tibetan buddhism and christianity at the rubin museum of art (chelsea). the exhibition brings together 58 prints, oil paintings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, and ritual items spanning 12 centuries. free admission opening weekend (reg. $19 general, $14 seniors/students, free fridays 6-9pm). >>


10 old-fashioned candy stores in nyc: get your sweet treats at these shoppes, rounded up by untapped new york. >>

nine old-fashioned soda fountains in nyc: enjoy a taste of old new york at these spots rounded up by untapped citites. >>

where to find manhattan’s passageways named after theatre stars: find yourself walking on a street dedicated to leonard bernstein, humphrey bogart, katherine hepburn, jerry orbach, paul robeson, cecily tyson, and others whose work has graced the new york stage. >>

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