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.
With the start of summer comes the return of outdoor concerts and festivals. Here are a few options around the city.
NYC Pride Week, to be held June 21 to June 29, gives visitors and locals the opportunity to show their support of the LGBT community.
Can’t make it to Brazil? No worries! There are plenty of places in NYC to watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer games June 12 thru July 13.
Winning is nice—but especially twice. Here is a list of shows that snagged more than one statue last night at the Tony Awards.