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New York, I love you, even though you bring me down and/or freak me out sometimes. While having romantic relations with a city is generally not advised, I think even the most fervent human-on-city naysayer makes an exception for the dashing, chiseled skyline of the Gotham metropolis. After leaving this 20th century Gentleman 18 months ago for a more rugged, nitty gritty European “Bad Boy” (also prone to never sleeping) by the name of “Berlin,” I finally returned to New York this Spring to see if I still have feelings for my old flame. More>>
New York, I love you, even though you bring me down and/or freak me out sometimes. While having romantic relations with a city is generally not advised, I think even the most fervent human-on-city naysayer makes an exception for the dashing, chiseled skyline of the Gotham metropolis. After leaving this 20th century Gentleman 18 months ago for a more rugged, nitty gritty European “Bad Boy” (also prone to never sleeping) by the name of “Berlin,” I finally returned to New York this Spring to see if I still have feelings for my old flame. More»
With New Yorker’s slowly but surely venturing outside again, we’re desperately looking for anything that will give us that extra push outdoors. Outdoor yoga is a fun activity that helps you stay in shape, physically and mentally. Luckily, there are several organizations with outdoor classes all over the city. From Brooklyn to Times Square (yes – Times Square), these outdoor yoga spots are definitely worth checking out. More»
Planning for the weeks ahead? Attend New Yorkers For Children 10th Anniversary Spring Dinner Dance, enjoy a menu by Chef Daniel Boulud at the New York Academy of Art Tribeca Ball, and celebrate Elle's fourth annual Women in Music issue at the Edison Ballroom. Here are 10 parties to get on your radar. More»
This week, Mona Lisa gets a makeover at Allegra LaViola. Artists chip away at the Central Park Ice Festival. The New York Times goes international at its Travel Show. Judith Bernstein and Paul McCarthy talk sex and death at the New Museum. And the Brooklyn Museum remembers MLK. All this and more, on this week's art round up.
[Squash courts in Grand Central]
We admit, the holiday season always serves as the perfect excuse to chow down, drink up and veg out. But if those Christmas cookies and cups of eggnog are starting to catch up with you, don’t worry, there are plenty of fun winter weather activities to offset those extra servings. The best news is that exercising in the cold air ups your calorie burn, so get off your couch and get moving—you’ll be back in shape in no time.
[Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting via]
Every New Yorker knows it's hard not to feel warm and fuzzy walking down the streets this time of year. The Rockefeller Center tree lighting ceremony tomorrow officially marks the start of the holiday season. From hitting up the holiday shops to cross country skiing in Central Park, check out our favorite holiday activities in NYC. So go ahead, be a tourist in your own city.
Whether you’re in a festive mood or feeling over-stuffed with spirit, it can be difficult to find reasons to put down the fork and remote on Thanksgiving. To help you discover some new ways enjoy your holiday, we’ve pulled together these 10 gobble-less activities to check out this year.
[The Wollman Rink at Central Park via]
A romantic ice skating date can be just what you need to heat things up with your sweetheart. Here's our date guide to the best rinks in NYC, with a list of activities to do off the rink as well. All our dining picks are in walking distance from their respected ice rinks. It's time to break the ice and impress your date with our romantic ice skating guide!
As the crowds of tourists start to dwindle, temperatures fall and leaves burst into color, there’s not a better time to visit Central Park than right now in autumn. On your next trip, think beyond typical spots like Sheep Meadow and the Boathouse, and spend an afternoon exploring some of these lesser-known treasures in the Park. More»
It's not called the center of the world for nothing. From timeless inns and old-fashioned buggy rides to modern shows and famous chic night clubs, New York City offers sites and activities reminiscent of every decade just waiting to be explored. We've rounded up ten 20th-century-themed activities you can try for a unique date night out on the town--in light of everything from over the past 100 years. More»
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.