Photography by Picasso and Annie Leibovitz are showing this weekend.
The Flatiron Partnership will unveil a new art installation at the North Plaza next week.
Famed film and theater director Mike Nichols died on Wednesday afternoon.
The Equus Film Festival has 119 horse-themed films.
Indie legends Julian Casablancas and Interpol are back in town this week.
The antique trains are part of a new annual holiday display at the museum opening this Friday.
The photographer's exhbiti opens Friday at the New-York Historical Society.
Presale tickets for the show can be bought Saturday at Citi Field.
The initial music stand was at the Freeman Street subway stop in The Bronx.
The "BONE RAZED" art show will explore change throughout the city.
Designers are competing to build an eco-friendly pavilion on Governors Island in summer 2015.
Andrew W.K. isn't as devastated by the recent closings of indie music venues as you would think.
The documentary is called "Beautiful, United and Free: The Cultural Movement of Arrested Development."
Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks has been on West 10th Street for 15 years but will close in January.
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