Artists and other creative protesters from Occupy Wall Street plan to "Occupy Halloween" with superhero costumes and several giant puppets, including a 12-foot-long Wall Street bull and a 40-foot Chinese dragon-inspired Brooklyn Bridge puppet complete with puppeteers dressed as police officers.
The Jazz Age is on display in a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, but it's not the sort of decadent world depicted in many novels of the era, according to the museum’s curator of American Art.
Zuccotti Park Greenmarket patrons will have to get their winesap apples, broccoli rabe and hot pear cider on West Broadway, now that the farmers' market has relocated there due to Occupy Wall Street.
Small to mid-sized Brooklyn performing arts dance companies can now apply for 14 free months of professional development through the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the DeVos Institute of Arts Management.
New York is a city of specialists from foodies to academics, laborers to shopkeepers. Every Wednesday, Niche Market will take a peek inside a different specialty store and showcase the city's purists who have made an art out of selling one commodity.
New Jersey residents who want to vote in the November 8 general election have until Tuesday to register — either in person or by mailing in an application.
In this week's Arts File, Kerry Nolan speaks with Ben Brantley, chief theater critic for the New York Times, about the fall theater season.
The focus of the investigation into the deadly East River helicopter crash will be equipment aboard the doomed chopper that crashed into the river shortly after takeoff on Tuesday, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
Carnegie Hall kicks off its fall season Wednesday night with an all-Russian program played by cellist Yo-Yo Ma and the Mariinsky Orchestra led by conductor Valery Gergiev.
The Port Authority is demolishing architect I.M. Pei’s National Airlines Terminal at JFK airport, a modernist structure built in 1970 whose glass walls inspired another name: the Sundrome.
An eight-foot bronze statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass was dedicated at the northwest corner of Central Park on Tuesday.
A Lower East Side trolley tunnel could be transformed into the city's first underground park, complete with greenery and a so-called remote skylight. The proposed park is called Delancey Underground because it would sit in a tunnel underneath Delancey St. near the base of the Williamsburg Bridge.