Craveable - The Culture Craver Blog
It's a great week in the NYC culture sphere — from opera in the park to new major museum exhibitions to a craft beer festival. What are you craving? We picked our favorite new events to help you start planning.
This week is an exciting one for NYC’s tiny superheroes, dancers, and opera aficionados. We’ve picked our favorite events happening around town this weekend and in the days ahead to help you plan your family’s culture going. Enjoy!
Hamilton was the big winner at the TONY Awards last night. It won 11 awards, including Best Musical. Its creator and star, Lin Manuel Miranda, shared an emotional sonnet when he accepted his award for best original score. He said, in part: “This show is proof that history remembers/We live through times when hate and fear seem stronger/We rise and fall and light from dying embers/Remembrances that hope and love lasts long/And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love/Cannot be killed or swept aside…”
Here’s the full list of winners:
From an exhibition of historical NYC baseball cards to a dance party at PS1 to a salsa festival to electroacousitc music, it's an exciting week of culture in New York City. We've picked our favorite events to hlep you start planning the weekend and the week ahead.
From baseball cards at the Met to public art to outdoor music, it's a fun week of cultural events for NYC kids and families. We've picked our favorite to hlep you plan. What are you craving?
We've picked our favorite events this weekend and in the week ahead to help Culture Craver Kids and their grown ups figure out how to spend their time. There are some amazing options — from the Best of the Fest, where kids as young as 3 can see artsy children's films, to stargazing at Brooklyn Bridge Park with a NASA engineer to a special Mo Willems weekend at the NY Historical Society. CRAVE what excites you. RATE it once you've been!
Summer cultural events are blooming across NYC — from Governors Ball on Randall's Island to Figment on Governors Island to The Northside Festival in Brooklyn. We've picked our favorite openings in the week ahead to help you get started. What are you craving?
From DanceAfrica to Memorial Day concerts and commemorations to The World Science Festival, it's an exciting week of culture in NYC. What are you craving?
The summer slow down is on its way, but there are still many fantastic culture openings around NYC — from the NYC Ballet's Midsummer Night's Dream to Shakespeare in the Park's first show to an exciting László Moholy-Nagy retrospective at the Guggenheim. We have picked our favorite events this weekend and during the week ahead to help you plan your culture going. Happy craving!