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Last night in NYC, Jessica Stam and Alison Mosshart celebrated the launch of "Dream & Drive" photographs featuring The Kills at Milk Studios, Kristen Wiig came out to support Adam Green's Houseface art opening at The Hole, Marina and the Diamonds killed it at Webster Hall, and so much more! Last night's parties were full of opening parties. More»
Who doesn't love a free concert? There's a ton of music events over the next few weeks, and the ones we found won't have you dropping your paycheck on tickets. No matter what your music preferences may be, we've found shows in a range of genres all throughout the NYC area. So check out our round up of the best, completely free, shows you can go see before the summer ends. More»
Paul McCartney brought the Beatles back to life during his weekend concerts; Rock of Ages celebrated 1000 performances while somewhere, Tom Cruise channeled their energy; the Village Voice debuted the 4Knots Festival; and people partied in the Ganservoort pool to the sounds DJ NVM. This weekend's parties made a splash. More»
Summer is here, people, and that means you're expected to step up your "recreational activities" game. Yes, I know the nice year-round weather fools you into thinking summer's not special, or that it may be an inconvenience in some way (and you're partially right), but that doesn't change the fact that the best live music—outdoor shows, major tours, kickass festivals—all of this ramps up severely during summertime. So here, then, is the first installment of "Go See A Show!", the GofG guide to the L.A. live music you ought to check out in the next two weeks. More»
So Newtown Creek isn't a neighborhood. It can't even claim to belong to one borough, as it forms a border between Brooklyn and Queens. But if recent history is any indication, the area abutting the creek is the next, or current, coolest 'hood in the city. Why? Because it's New York's latest toxic Superfund site. More»
New York's latest failed attempt at a large-scale music festival won't be happening this weekend. After two years of mid-August revelry, All Points West is AWOL. But that doesn't mean you can't make your own mini-festival, starting tonight. More»
On Saturday I walked the length of the North Brooklyn waterfront as the Northside Festival brought me from the uppermost corner of Greenpoint to the base of the Williamsburg Bridge on South 2nd Street. Music, movies, stuffed cabbage and a neighborhood on the edge (of what, I'm not sure) dotted the route. More»
Tuesday, May 21
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.