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10Feb

Editor’s Picks: What To See Feb. 10 - 17

Craving culture? Here are our favorite openings this weekend and in the week ahead. Enjoy!

Examine the literary, artistic, musical and cultural aspects of Venice’s seductiveness, including its beautiful courtesans, lavish festivals, lively carnivals and libertine counter-culture at Love in Venice at the New York Public Library.

Do you wish everything could be juggled? Water on Mars brings together award-winning jugglers at the New Victory Theater starting on Friday, Feb. 10.  

09Dec

Editor's Picks: What to See Dec 9-16

We’re skating through December, with so much wonderful culture to see and experience. We picked our favorite openings of the week to help you plan your culture calendar. Crave what excites you and rate events once you’ve been.

 

18Nov

EDITORS' PICKS: OPENING IN NYC NOV. 19 - 26

It’s an exciting week of culture in NYC, from new art exhibitions to Othello with Daniel Craig to a brand new exhibition on Cuba, which is co-presented by the Natural History Museum and the Cuban National Museum of Natural History. We’re craving it. We picked our favorite openings of the week to help you make plans. Enjoy, and happy Thanksgiving.

16Nov

EDITORS' PICKS: OPENING IN NYC NOV. 12 - 19

What a week we've had! Here are our favorite arts and culture openings this week in NYC. Holiday season is starting with the Christmas Spectacular, there are new shows on Broadway, there's dance, there's art. Enjoy. 

You can now see Picasso’s Picassos at the Gagosian on the Upper East Side. It includes work from 1931 to 1971, which were part of the collection of Maya Ruiz-Picasso, the daughter of Picasso and his muse Marie- Thérèse Walter.

04Nov

Editors' Picks: Opening in NYC Nov. 4 - 11

It's hard to think abou culture right now — just days away from Election 2016 — but there are many exciting things to see and do in NYC this week, from Plexus to Paper Dreams. We've picked our favorite openings of the week ahead to help you get started. Crave what excites you and rate events once you've been. 

If you have tiny dance fanatics, consider Chotto Desh, a cross-cultural dance experience, at the New Victory. It starts on Friday, Nov. 4 and runs through the 13th for kids aged 7 and up.

28Oct

Editors Picks: Opening in NYC Oct 28-Nov 4

Jenufa, Leos Janacek's opera of sin and hypocrisy in a rural village, begins at the Metropolitan Opera begins on Friday, Oct. 28.

Artist Marina Abramovic and singer-songwriter (and lead singer of Blondie) Debbie Harry are chatting with each other at the New York Public Library on Friday, Oct. 28 at 7 PM.