The center has announced that Stanford Makishi will leave his post as executive director at the end of February. Makishi says he's leaving to consider his next steps in the field of dance.
Will Ryman and his team will begin installing 38 giant rose blossoms up and down Park Avenue from 57th and 67th streets on Friday night.
Hypercolor clothes may have gone out of style in the '80s, but there's a new thermochromic sweatshirt in town.
There could soon be a little less Egypt in Central Park. The Secretary General of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities says unless the city starts taking care of Cleopatra's Needle, Egypt may ask for the antiquity back.
The producers of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" have pushed the opening night of the troubled musical back again—this time to March 15 to allow the cast more time to work on the show and add a new ending.
The founder of the La Mama etc has died. Ellen Stewart passed away early this morning, according to the theater company that she founded in 1961.
The stunt man injured during a December performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" attended Friday night's show at Foxwoods Theater. Christopher Tierney bounded up to the theater's entrance and told the media, ticket holders and fans that he hoped to be flying in "Spider-Man" again soon.
David Cote, Theater Editor for Time Out New York, weighs in on this troubled production.
There's a new Arachne in the most expensive show on Broadway. The producers of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" have announced that T.V. Carpio will play the villainess spider-woman in Tuesday night's show.
Time Out New York Music Critic Steve Smith's list of the year's best in classical music.
WNYC's Isaac-Davy Aronson spoke to Greg Cotterill, station manager for WEOS Public Radio and a Seneca Falls resident, about the new one-room museum and Seneca Falls' connection to the director of "It's A Wonderful Life," Frank Capra.
Two very different adaptations of E.T.A. Hoffman's novelette are being performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this month. Through Sunday, the Mark Morris Dance Group brings its "The Hard Nut" back after an eight-year absence. Then Alexei Ratmansky's "Nutcracker" with the American Ballet Theater takes the stage.
The opening night for "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" has been pushed back again, this time from January 11th to February 7th.
Edwards died Wednesday from complications of pneumonia. Check out clips from some of Edwards' most popular work, including "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Pink Panther" and "10."
Crown Heights residents will gather on Thursday evening and Friday morning to mourn the loss of a legendary neighborhood figure, Mervyn Johnson. Johnson, a 68-year-old Trinidadian immigrant, started the popular Merv's Bakery at 882 Nostrand Ave. between President and Carroll Streets.
If you're waiting on the M train platform any Sunday this month, you might be transported back to the 1930s. That's because the M.T.A. is once again running its vintage steel subway cars along the M line from Manhattan's Second Avenue stop to Queens Plaza.
This week, the artistic duo chosen to represent the U.S. at the 2011 Venice Biennale, Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, unveils their rather unusual "Stop, Repair, Prepare: Variations on 'Ode to Joy' for a Prepared Piano" at the MoMA.
Rockefeller Center's annual Christmas tree lighting takes place Tuesday night at 8:55. This year's 12-ton, 75-year-old Norway spruce comes from Mahopac, New York and is decked out with 30,000 multi-colored LED builbs.
Barneys' Simon Doonan reveals all about his store's holiday windows. Plus, check out WNYC's suggested walking tour and slideshow of the windows.