Summer may be winding down, but there’s still time to enjoy the warm weather with an outdoor movie or two. Here are some of our suggestions.
Although my experience as a TV show audience member is somewhat limited, nothing compares to a live taping of America’s Got Talent at Radio City Music Hall.
Woody Allen’s zany, 1920’s gangster world gets a musical touch in Bullets Over Broadway—the flashy stage production of the filmmaker’s Oscar-winning movie.
My checklist for an enjoyable night at a comedy club involves three key factors: No cover, cheap drinks and funny comics. Kabin Bar & Lounge delivers on all points.
These days, more and more people are venturing uptown to Harlem—the historic neighborhood teeming with great eateries and chill lounges like Harlem L Lounge.
Hop across the Hudson River and spend your Saturday in Hoboken and Jersey City at three free events worthy of a ride on the PATH train.
From historic 'hoods to parks to rooftop lounges, there are tons of places to catch Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks show.
This summer, the annual Books Beneath the Bridge series takes six of Brooklyn’s best stores and brings them outside to Brooklyn Bridge Park for author readings.
Then She Fell, an immersive theater experience in Williamsburg, throws the rules out the window.
Looking to learn some new dance moves this summer? Through July 12th, head to Lincoln Center's annual series Midsummer Night Swing.