Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway shows got the spotlight on Monday night at the 56th Annual Obie Awards. A star-studded group of hosts and presenters gave out the awards. Click here to see a full list of this year's winners. Plus, tell us who you wanted to win an Obie here.
Listen to the Nigerian author's "Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture" talk here.
From a Cee-Lo Green performance to a sushi bar as long as a school bus, the city is expecting its share of West Coast glitz this week as TV networks try to court advertisers. Even if you can't attend most of the hoopla, here's what to expect on your television screen this fall.
On select Sundays, the Queens Museum of Art opens up its studios to adults with varying physical, emotional and cognitive abilities as part of its ArtAccess program. On Wednesdays in May, El Museo del Barrio hosts its Painting with Light workshop, which pairs professional artists with blind or sight-impaired artists.
Beginning on Saturday, visitors can get up close and personal to 250 bizarre and rare artifacts at the New York Public Library — from a 4,300-year-old Sumerian tablet to Virginia Woolf's cane.
On Thursday night, a new concert series kicks off in Brooklyn Bridge Park, which involves three free nights of what looks to be rockin' (and raucous) public dance parties.
The latest revamped iteration of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" re-opens for previews on Thursday.
PHOTOS. A new sculpture in Madison Square Park had its opening on Thursday. Many visitors to the park felt that the piece, by Barcelona artist Jaume Plensa, was "unreal." See for yourself here.
After a marathon 12-hour session, the union representing dancers and orchestra members at the New York City Ballet and the company's management have settled their contract.
Beginning on Wednesday, new ideas are coming to New York City. The Festival of Ideas for the New City pairs workshops and lectures about everything from sustainability to urban planning to public policy in various locations on the Lower East Side.
Today's bold headlines about the death of Osama Bin Laden became art at 365 Days of Print. Using what they call "endangered print media," artists turn the news into mixed media, painting, photography and video art.
For 18 years, fans of '80s music have flocked to the storied Pyramid Club on Avenue A nearly every Friday to enjoy songs by artists from the Smiths to Cyndi Lauper spun by the party's promoter and D.J. Chip Duckett.
Contract negotiations between the union representing dancers at the New York City Ballet and the company's management are "headed for disaster," according to the American Guild of Musical Artists.
After a wet, chilly start to spring, New Yorkers are ready to revel in something they love: food trucks. Click here to listen to an audio montage and see a slideshow of food truckers around the city. Plus, let us know where your favorite food truck is in the city.
Royal flair comes to New York City for the royal nupitals between Prince William and bride-to-be Kate Middleton.
The WNYC Culture team asked five New York filmmakers showing their work at this year's Tribeca Film Festival five questions about their life and work. Click here to see our interview with Marie Losier, director of "The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye."
Bushwick has some of the lowest recycling rates in the city. Residents are hoping to change that with education and theater.
Take a look at what was said in Union Square Thursday as Brooklyn-based artist Arielle Falk presented her project "De-INHIBITIONATORS."
For nearly 12 hours on Saturday, the stage of the Cantor Film Center at New York University will be populated by neurobiologists, perfume critics, photographers and musicians who are participating in Lawrence Weschler's "Springtime Wonder Cabinet."
A new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History takes a look at how the biggest dinosaurs that ever existed survived—tiny brains, long necks and all.