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21 Aug
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.  Mostly Mozart is coming to an end with Haydn’s Creation at Lincoln Center. See it Friday or Saturday. Afropunk 2015 is coming to Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park this weekend. Expect performances by Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill, Sza, Lion Babe, and many more. See the full lineup here.
19 Aug
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. Nari Ward: Breathing Directions at Lehmann Maupin on the Lower East Side (Sept. 9 through Nov. 7) Dan Flavin: Corners, Barriers and Corridors at David Zwirner on W. 20th Street (Sept. 10 through Oct. 24) Dana Schutz: Fight in an Elevator at Petzel Gallery in Chelsea (Sept. 10 thrugh Oct. 24)
14 Aug
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:
14 Aug
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. The N.W.A. movie whose poster has turned into an Internet meme — Straight Outta Compton — opens this weekend. It’s getting great reviews. Craving dance? The Battery Dance Festival starts Saturday in Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park in Lower Manhattan at 6:30 PM. See hot, international performances through Thursday, Aug. 20. The closing event of the festival is on Friday at Pace. Tinder & Ash — an amazing group of acrobats — and five other groups are performing on Saturday, Aug. 15 starting at 6 PM in Marcus Garvey Park. It’s free and part of the Parks Foundation’s SummerStage.
07 Aug
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.  Starting Friday, Aug. 7, see “the hottest male dancer on the planet” at City Center in Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev. On Saturday, Aug. 8, see tUnE-yArDs — which fuses acoustic folk, R&B, funk, Afro-pop, and rock — at the Prospect Park Bandshell. On Saturday, Aug. 8 starting at 7 PM, see Lincoln Center Out of Doors: Watkins Family Hour & Highway 61 Revisited as part of the Annual Roots of American Music Americanafest NYC. Expect special guests Fiona Apple, Justin Townes, and Earle. On Saturday, Aug. 8, young choreographer Claudia Schreier presents three world premieres at Ailey Citigroup Theater, featuring dancers from New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Dance Theatre of Harlem, and more. See one of this week’s new movies. Options include Joel Edgerton’s The Gift and Sneakerheadz — a documentary about sneaker culture.
31 Jul
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.  On Friday, July 31, See Big K.R.I.T. at the Prospect Park Bandshell. He’s touring to support his first studio album, Live From The Underground. On Saturday, August 1, see Taylor Mac’s romp through 100 years of culture in Taylor Mac: The 20th Century Abridged. It’s his debut at Celebrate Brooklyn! Gates at the Prospect Park Bandshell open at 6:30 and the performance begins at 7:30. See one of the weekend’s new movies. Options include Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (with Tom Cruise) and Best of Enemies (a documentary about the debates of 1968 between liberal Gore Vidal and conservative William F. Buckley, Jr.). 
24 Jul
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. On Friday, July 24, Frank Sinatra’s daughter Nancy will discuss her father’s TV career with Twyla Tharp, Gay Talese, and Max Weinberg at the Paley Center’s Salute to Frank Sinatra on Television.  Starting at 6 PM on Friday, view the night sky with telescopes on the flight deck of Intrepid at the Family Astronomy Night. Saturday, July 25 is Family Day at Lincoln Center Out of Doors. See Joyous Quartet (a quartet of eight year olds), Heidi Latsky Dance, Baby Loves Disco, Lil Buck, and more. The top-selling female rapper of all time, Nicki Minaj, plays the Barclays Center on Sunday, July 26.
24 Jul
Craving art? Gallerist Meredith Rosen — whose gallery's new exhibition, Cy Gavin: Overture, opened last week — recommends her top NYC art picks of the week. CRAVE the shows that excite you to keep track and spread word of mouth. RATE them once you've seen them.  Mary Weatherford: Red Hook at Brennan & Griffin through Aug. 1, 2015 James 'Son Ford' Thomas: The Devil and His Blues at 80wse through Aug. 7, 2015
17 Jul
From the recreation of King Tut's Wah Wah Hut (an East Village bar from the 1980s) at the Whitney to Michael Cerveris at Joe's Pub to the start of Cymbeline at Shakespeare in the Park, it's an exciting week of culture in New York City. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread your excitement. RATE events once you've seen them. If it sounds too absurd not to be true, it must be. Point Break Live! — the stage adaptation of the 1992 Keanu Reeves extreme sports blockbuster — plays at the Highline Ballroom on Friday, July 17. It features a new, unrehearsed Keanu Reeves who is pulled at random from the audience moments before each action-packed show. On Saturday, July 18, the talented filmmakers of the FilmShop take on the theme of strange bedfellows at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, through a series of shorts varied in storytelling styles and genres. The night’s festivities include a live performance by electro-pop duo, Stranger Cat, and a DJ dance party to follow. On Sunday, July 19, 54 Below dusts off one of the most brave, boisterous, brazen, raucous theatre experiences of the 1980s, the musical Starmites. It’s been a while, so here’s a reminder: it’s a musical about a teenage girl obsessed with comic books and gifted with uncontrollable superpowers. She is transported to a colorful and imaginative fantasy world inhabited by a vast array of fiercely idiosyncratic characters fighting for power, prestige, and interplanetary control. Sounds ripe for a revival, no? Also on Sunday, the Queens Museum of Art opens its exhibit of the work of Robert Seydel. Seydel, who passed away in 2011, is a cult figure in the world of collage art, merging actual personages with fictional characters. See one of the weekend's new movies. Options include Amy Schumer's Trainwreck, the new-style rom com that is getting great reviews, or Ant Man, a super hero heist flick.
10 Jul
It's a fun week of culture this week in New York City — from a hip-hop festival in Brooklyn to a hip-hop musical about Alexander Hamilton that starts previews on Broadway. CRAVE what excites you to keep track and spread buzz. RATE events once you've seen them.  There are two new exhibitions opening Friday, July 10 at The Brooklyn Museum — FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds, which is a collaboration between Brooklyn-based artists, and an ode to sneaker culture, which puts 150 pairs on display. This weekend is the 11th annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. Expect to hear performances by Common, Mobb Deep, Lion Babe, Freeway, Skyzoo, Charles Hamilton, and more.   Jose Alberto, also known as El Canario, can make a whistle into a solo instrument. Join him for a midsummer night swing at Lincoln Center starting at 6:30 PM on Friday, July 10. Starting on Friday, July 10 is The Brick’s seventh annual Game Play festival. It features work at the intersection of gaming and performance.

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