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The Hamptons benefit scene is cluttered with events that gather funds for causes as diverse as puppies in need to countless cancer research foundations. Rarely do the events on the non-profit circuit aid in the creation of a public works project with a space-age twist. Enter the Lowline, an abandoned trolley terminal that co-founders Dan Barasch and James Ramsey have a plan to turn into an underground park with the ability to alter the dynamic of the Lower East Side as you know it. More»
From bodega walls to subway doors, New York City is one of the best places in the world to find street art. But with anonymous works, famous installations, and sky-high murals scattered across five boroughs, there’s too much to see in one trip. So, lace up your sneakers and watch out for the cops, because we’ve pulled together some of the must-see pieces out on the streets right now. More»
As New Yorkers, we like to think that we're flexible: we take the 1 train when the 2 isn't running, we'll go for an espresso when the regular coffee is still brewing, we'll even settle for standing room only admission when our favorite band comes to town. More»
Living in NYC, its not rare or special at this point to see groups of people clad together taking photos and capturing special moments. For the growing number of fashion bloggers, the spots around the city to snap wordpress-worthy pictures are endless. Here's some of the best places around the city to capture summer and tap into your inner photographer. More»
It can't be a coincidence, "biergartens" or beer gardens have been popping up all over the city in higher numbers and closer proximity in open dates than ever before. You wonder about beer gardens? What's so great about beer gardens you ask? We got answers and your guide to the best in the city! More»
After more than three years and $66.8 million of work, Section 2 of Chelsea's High Line Park will officially open next Wednesday, June 8. To celebrate the expansion, AOL has partnered with FriendWithYou to bring a forty piece environmental installation called “Rainbow City” to the lot on 30th street in the Chelsea art district. More»
There are a lot of closings happening, these days...but when one door closes another opens! Also, how to host your own party in case all the clubs close, how to open a not-doomed restaurant, and why tonight's a good night for music in New York City! More»
Saturday, May 18
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.