Craveable - The Culture Craver Blog
Yes, it's time for fireworks, but it's also time for the Magic Mike sequel, outdoor renditions of The Tempest and As You Like It, and a Tim Burton music fest. Here are our top picks of the week ahead. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread buzz. RATE events once you've seen them.
There are tons of great art exhibitions opening in NYC galleries this week. Meredith Rosen — gallerist and art guru — has picked the ones she is craving the most to help you find the most exciting work. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread buzz. RATE them once you have been.
From an Alice in Wonderland exhibition at the Morgan to an Asian Film Festival to outdoor concerts at Randall's Island, Central Park, and Storm King, it's an exciting week of craveable culture in and around the city. CRAVE the events that excite you to keep track and spread buzz. RATE them once you've been.
Craving art? Meredith Rosen has picked her top exhibitions of the week to help you plan your NYC art going. CRAVE the events that excite you and RATE them once you've seen them.
From unique outdoor pianos to the start of the Met's Summer Recital Series to the return of Jurassic Park, it's an exciting week for NYC culture cravers. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread word of mouth. RATE events once you've been.
Fun Home was the big winner at the 2015 TONY Awards, winning best musical, best book, best score, best actor, and best director. Congratulations to all the winners! Here's the full list:
It's time for summer arts, theater, and music. There's an immersive Alice in Wonderland at Green-Wood Cemetery, Governors Ball on Randall's Island, Figment on Governor's Island, and more. These are our top picks for the NYC cultural events opening this week. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread word of mouth. RATE events once you've seen them.
Craving art? Our art guru Meredith Rosen has hand-picked seven art gallery exhibitions that you don't want to miss this week.
From summer-long outdoor art installations at Randall's Island and Madison Square Park to Chris Noth in Doctor Faustus to theater designed for an audience of one, this is an exciting week for NYC's culture cravers. Remember to CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread buzz. Rate events with a star, meh or bomb once you have seen them.