An exhibit that probes the wonders of the human body is moving into a permanent home in Times Square.
"Body Worlds: Pulse" is an exhibit of preserved human bodies with skin and muscles selectively peeled back to display body systems. It's been on display at Discovery Times Square for ...
New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff has a new memoir called How About Never—Is Never Good for You?
Sunny's Bar in Red Hook, Brooklyn is one of the places you may find some of the WNYC staff. Find out what other events they may be attending around town.
Every night, dozens of customers pile into this tatty basement for the Marie’s Crisis experience: A sloppy, earnest evening of belting out American standards.
Women represent only six percent of the head chef positions at 15 prominent U.S. restaurant groups.
The Museum of the Moving Image in Queens has a new show on the work of Jim Campbell.
Austrian artist Maria Lassnig has spent nearly 70 years creating portraits around a central theme: an attempt to convey what she feels from the inside, out.
Visual arts had a special role in the development of Tibetan medicine.
American artists rarely express regret in their work, but a new show at MoMa featuring Jasper Johns, perhaps America's most celebrated living artist, grapples with darker material.
The Jewish Museum is highlighting early examples of the genre Africa, Asia the Middle East and Latin America, many rarely seen before in the United States.
Before there was the NBA, there were the African American basketball leagues.
The New York Times' street fashion photographer Bill Cunningham spent eight years in the 1960s and 1970s documenting the facades of well-known New York City Buildings.
The pictures, now on view at the New York Historical Society, feature Cunningham's fellow photographer Editta Sherman posing in period clothing in front of ...
German photographer Frank Thiel brings Patagonia's dramatic glaciers to New York City.
"I'm anticipating me and a lot of teenage boys in the theater," said executive editor Caitlin Thompson on her pick of the film 300 Rise of an Empire.
A show at Neue Galerie looks at works labeled “degenerate” by Nazis, alongside ones they admired.
A parody of an erotic best-seller and a teenager's hand-puppet possessed by Satan are just two of the most recent Broadway offerings.
The work of a sculptor of emotions who was favored by Napoleon III is on view in town.
A new exhibit on Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It features sculptures and paintings that portray life in France in the late 1800s, including portraits of celebrities ...
What's 60 feet tall, made out of bamboo, and lives (for now) in Bryant Park?
Here are some of the events our colleagues are checking out around town this weekend.
With two art fairs, the Whitney Biennial and dozens of exhibits in New York this weekend, how's an art lover to choose? Start with the Brooklyn Museum show marking the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.