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  • Exploring Louise Bourgeois: A Day at MoMA

    Are you visiting New York and uncertain what to do? Don’t worry, we've got you covered. Head to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) for a perfect fall day exploring contemporary art. Check out the newly opened Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait, on view until January 28, 2018.... Read more

  • Get into the Halloween Spirit at New York Botanical Gardens

    Tap into your halloween spirit and start your celebrations early. Head to the New York Botanical Gardens for fall activities with a spooky twist. ... Read more

  • Everything You Need to Know About Oktoberfest in NYC

    Visiting NYC this Fall? Lucky you! There are two times during the year when the weather is ripe for outdoor activities and celebrations. Fortunately, one of those amazing times of the year is now. Grab your lederhosen and get ready to celebrate Oktoberfest, Manhattan-style.... Read more

  • Calling All Cocktail Lovers: Visit Sir Henri Penthouse & Lounge

    After a day spent exploring New York’s vibrant city streets, have a decadent summer cocktail to wind down and relax. Ride our elevators to the top floor and get a little taste of jazz-age-cool mixed with cosmopolitan-chic. ... Read more

  • Panorama Music Festival, July 28th-30th

    Feel the vibrant energy of New York City at this three day outdoor concert. Goldenvoice, the organizers of Coachella, are bringing Panorama Music Festival back to Randall’s Island for it’s second year.... Read more

  • Summertime In NYC: Time to Visit MoMA PS1

    Summertime in NYC is a time of exploration. Venture across the bridge to Long Island City to visit MoMA’s sister property MoMA PS1, one of the most innovative and comprehensive institutions of contemporary art in the United States.... Read more

  • A Fashion Lovers Dream: Rei Kawakubo's Exhibition at the Met

    On May 2nd, the Met Gala kicked off the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute celebration of Rei Kawakubo’s designs. The event was only for A-listers, but the stunning exhibition will be on view from May 4th until September 4th. Be the first of your friends to experience the challenging show that honors the living artist. ... Read more

  • Celebrate Spring With the Annual Cherry Blossom Festival

    Nothing gets us in the mood for Spring like an outdoor flower festival. Each year tourist and locals look forward to The Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival. It’s the premiere activity to kick off the season and get in touch with beauty and nature.... Read more

  • Best NYC Concerts In March

    The weather is starting to turn warmer and although you still may catch a couple of icy days, New Yorkers are gearing up for the season ahead. Peel off your layers and catch one of these major concerts this month. ... Read more

  • Become a Chocolatier in Honor of Valentine's Day

    Forget the corporate grid and pursue your life long fantasy of becoming a Chocolatier. ... Read more

  • Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest at The New Museum

    Do your mind, your creativity, and your intellectual self a favor, and go experience this exhibition. Housed in the three main floors of the New Museum, check out the the artists Pipilotti Rist’s first New York survey. ... Read more

  • Best Winter Rooftop Bars

    The temperatures outside are dropping but that doesn’t mean you need to be buried in the snow, it's time to elevate!... Read more

  • BE DAZZLED BY THEATER & ENTERTAINMENT

    November is alive with culture. Check out these three shows opening in November.... Read more

  • Hung Yin's Fancy Animal Carnival

    Pop over to the Garment District to encounter the Fancy Animal Carnival, a collection of 11 folk inspired sculptures by Taiwanese artist, Hung Yin’s.... Read more

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