Craveable - The Culture Craver Blog
New York City is waking up from its late summer daze. It’s an exciting week of culture — with an outdoor, musical rendition of The Odyssey, the Outdoor Art Exhibit in Washington Square Park, Spring Awakening on Broadway, and new art galore. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread word of mouth. RATE events once you’ve seen them.
Whether you feel like celebrating Ingrid Bergman's 100th birthday or dancing to electronic music, it's a fun week in the NYC culture sphere. CRAVE the events you are excited to see and RATE them once you've seen them.
It's another quiet end-of-summer week, but there are a few culture sphere gems in New York City — from Afropunk to the Brooklyn Country Music Fest to Fireface at the Brick. CRAVE events that excite you and RATE them once you see them.
Gallerist and NYC art guru Meredith Rosen has picked the art exhibitions at city galleries and art museums that she's craving this fall. What are you craving? We can't believe that summer is nearly over, but there is a lot to look forward to.
Every August, FringeNYC overwhelms downtown with 200 or so shows spread over a crazy 16 venues. It has been the breeding ground for many, from the comedienne Mindy Kalling to Urinetown!. One of the charms of the fesitval is how unweildy it is, and much of the fun is sampling shows so odd they would never be given normal runs at NYC's otherwise traditional venues. We trawled through all 200 shows to find a few that are definitely worth a look, and here are some:
Welcome to the middle of August. It’s pretty quiet in the New York City culture sphere. If you are around the city and looking for fun things to do, there are a few events opening. Here are our favorites:
The main thing happening in NYC this week is the International Fringe Festival. Refer to our blog entry for hints on navigating the creative overflow.
Here are our top picks for events opening this week in NYC. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread your excitement. RATE events once you have seen them.
Here are our top picks for the NYC culture opening this coming week. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread word of mouth. Rate it once you've seen it.
Here are Culture Craver's top NYC picks for cultural events opening this week. There's plenty of diversity — from an ode to Frank Sinatra to Family Day at Lincoln Center Out of Doors to Nicki Minaj. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and rate events once you've seen them.