Two days after a bus crash left 15 passengers dead, questions are being raised about how a lack of safety regulations on small bus carriers may have contributed to tragedy on Interstate 95.
On Tuesday afternoon, NASA will announce whether or not the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum will receive one of its three shuttles. The Intrepid is one of 21 museums nationwide vying for the chance to exhibit a space shuttle to the astro-minded masses.
Starting Thursday at Performance Space 122, five actors perform their version of the Hollywood blockbuster film "Black Swan." SWAN!!!"
For the Mardi Gras lover with a sweet tooth, a slice of King's Cake might be the best way to celebrate.
Bushwick's third SITE festival, which celebrates performance art in the neighborhood's myriad art venues, will take place on Saturday and Sunday.
The Brick is staging 15 plays by Iranian and Iranian-American playwrights that explore a variety of aspects of Persian culture.
In honor of Black History Month, the Schomburg center will celebrate Allen's life and career with music, video and anecdotes.
Film writer and professor Jon Burlingame weighs in on the Best Original Score category of the 83rd annual Academy Awards.
Geoffrey Rush goes bananas—and lets the audience in on it—in Gogol's "Diary of a Madman" at BAM's Harvey theater.
"Compulsion" brings the story of a man obsessed with being remembered to the Public Theater. Written by Rinne Groff and directed by Oskar Eustis.
On Tuesday, the Mayor's charitable organization, Bloomberg Philanthropies, announced that it will invite 250 arts organizations to apply for $32 million in funding as part of an "Arts Advancement Initiative."
"The Pony Palace/Football" at the Bushwick Starr brings audiences back to high school.
In advance of this Sunday's Grammy Awards, previous winner Sharon Isbin and Sedgwick Clark, editor of Musical America, weigh in on the importance of awards in classical music.
From Thursday through Sunday, BAM hosts a 13-film series featuring Sarandon, with some films followed by question-and-answer sessions.
A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York tells the story of the Apollo theater's 77-year history with memorabilia.
Washington Post classical music critic Anne Midgette weighs in on the real lives and events in docu-operas.
On Tuesday, Google launched its "Art Project," which lets online users tour 16 museums worldwide, including three in New York: the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Frick Collection.
Kerry Nolan talks to P.S. 22's Gregg Breinberg and Sanford Sardo of Calhoun High School about the growing popularity of choral music.
Artist Jenny Perlin uses film to take a peek into one of New York City's most notorious trials.
The American Museum of Natural History is taking some time for meditation. On Tuesday, the museum invted the public to meditation sessions guided by Buddhist monks to celebrate its "Body and Spirit" exhibit of historical Tibetan medicine paintings.