Have you already seen all of the big Broadway musicals? Perhaps you’re tired of Shakespeare in the park? No worries. If you’re a theatre aficionado, you’ll love New York’s annual Under The Radar festival.
The festival showcases a unique selection of talented individuals and groups, specializing in off the wall innovation. read this entry »
A lot of websites are based in New York. As a world metropolis with a very active tech community, it’s no surprise.
In this week’s update to our Helpful Resources series, we take a look at a fun website dedicated entirely to showcasing and celebrating the best graffiti and temporary art from around the world. read this entry »
You can’t throw a stone in New York without hitting a museum. Or two pigeons. The beauty of this is that New York has a huge assortment of some of the world’s most amazing art collections.
We’ve talked before about the beauty of Columbus Circle. Now it’s even prettier, as Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi has transformed the iconic Christopher Columbus statue at the center of the circle into a wonderful indoor living room display.
He literally built a freaking house AROUND the statue. Talk about a new perspective.
For a lot of Manhattanites, venturing into the boroughs is an intimidating schlep one rarely makes time for. But, as any Brooklynite will tell you, ‘dem idiots is missing out on a whole world of opportunity.
For starters, a lot of people forget about the beautiful neighborhood of DUMBO. read this entry »