This Austin-based moviehouse chain has made it to NYC. Brooklyn Heights in fact, and it’s a must-visit for any film buff or wax bust. Wait, what? The in-house restaurant, House of Wax, features countless gruesome wax heads and creepy babydolls displayed exhibit-style. At least you’ll have plenty to talk about, and with wine on tap […]
The glistening new iPic Theater in South Street Seaport is the future of how we movie. The lobby and escalator ceilings are covered in graffiti from famed artist Dasic Fernandez and the bar/restaurant on the top floor, The Tuck Room, has a sleek vibe all its own (is that a secret bookcase door?). Inside the […]
Classic, foreign and 35mm archival films are celebrated in this converted warehouse on Ludlow Street.
Welcome to the Lower East Side! The ICP has made the move from Sixth Ave. down to the LES.
May 5th to May 8th to see the world’s leading art galleries show the best exhibits from all over the planet.
Just check the SummerStage schedule and I’ll be the one bopping in the front row with a local craft beer and the latest artisanal foodtruck offerings!
Take my advice, visit the MoMA’s satellite museum in Long Island City, Queens (a 15 minute ride from Midtown).
The Metropolitan Museum of Art expands to it’s original location at the Breuer Building (once home to the Whitney).
The large-scale sculpture in glossy technicolor caught my eye from across Ludlow Street, but the powerful voice inside has kept my attention.
Tickets are available to one of the best parties of 2016! The MoMA hosts an annual afterparty for the Armory Show that is envied all year.