The real story of a Mexican billionaire mayor. A family vacation ruined by an endless rainstorm in Uruguay. The tumultuous history of Chile, seen through one family.
Those are some of the subjects of the best Latin American films, as picked by the non-profit organization Cinema Tropical. They will ...
Doug Wheeler’s new piece is a circular, white room, with a domed ceiling, and lights coming from the floor.
There are thousands of artists in New York City. Some are famous internationally. Others are scratching out a living while perfecting their craft. WNYC is bringing a few of them to the spotlight, in their own voices.
Artist Shirin Neshat works mostly with film and video, but for her new ...
Here are some of the events our colleagues in the membership department are checking out in this pledge drive edition of Weekend Staff Picks.
The art movement has never before had a retrospective at an American museum, largely owing to its ties to Mussolini and the controversial views of its founder, who denounced museums, women, film and even pasta.
Never-before-seen color photos by the celebrated war photographer are in a new exhibit that features over one hundred color photos from the 1940s and '50s - including shots of Ava Gardner, Truman Capote and Pablo Picasso.
Pawel Althamer's show at the New Museum includes a floor where the public is invited to draw with him.
New York's wild weather is not stopping our staff from taking full advantage of outdoor and indoor activities. Check out what some of them are up to this weekend.
The independent video games festival IndieCade East includes talks, workshops and a lot of gaming.
A new bike study finds more women are riding bikes, and that Citi Bike users are safer riders than other cyclists.
“Rebel” is the story of Loreta Velazquez, a woman who fought as a Confederate soldier disguised as a man, then became a Union spy.
The work of LaQuan Smith and Byron Lars - who've dressed Rihanna and Michelle Obama - is part of a New York exhibit highlighting black fashion designers.
A gallery at the Queens Museum is stocked with 22 bunk beds. That's where the audience sits for a performance by formerly homeless people about their experiences.
A painting by 24-year-old Lucien Smith is one example of works by emerging artists that have been flipped recently.
A pizza legend favors Mayor De Blasio's strategy of starting off with a fork and knife, and then switching to his hands.
A new exhibit shows one of the most famous American architect's love-hate relationship with cities.
New and upcoming plays about boxing, baseball, kung fu and characters engaging in multiple affairs show that sex and sports are the hot topics this season. But don't get too excited - turns out they are both tough subjects to translate onto the stage.
Nine Broadway theaters will be more accessible to the disabled thanks to an agreement with the federal government.
It was at the Solomon Schechter School of Queens that he first made his public debut as a writer. We do a walk and talk through some of his favorite neighborhood haunts.
A book that takes readers on the first transcontinental railroad ride in 1869 is the winner of America's highest honor for children's picture books.