He’s the founder and driving force of the Baryshnikov Arts Center on West 37th Street. “I never knew that it would bloom into such a formidable institution,” he says. “It’s really very exciting.”
A show at MoMA explores the work of the French artist, who died at 36 — but not before colorfully capturing the Belle Époque of Paris.
Among the season’s choices: a broadly romantic Le Nozze di Figaro (James Levine conducting) and two vastly different Macbeths: Verdi’s demanding Macbetto and Shostakovich’s daring Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.
"A Brief History of New York" includes Sam Roberts' choices for objects that, together, "constitute a unique history of New York."
Fall 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Fall for Dance, Cher, the top exhibitions, and Blythe Danner in The Country House.
One of the most crucial accessories to accompany you this holiday season — from Thanksgiving dinner to company Christmas parties — is inarguably the clutch.
Rainy season, snow season, slush season — all things that make us want to take cover immediately. Sure, a coat is good for warmth and covering up our arms, but nothing quite does the trick like a hood.
At the just-opened store on Gansevoort Street, the traditions of onsite ancient goldsmithing continue adjacent to a new modern gallery showcasing the work of jewelry artists inspired by the fashion world.
Serve it up in style this fall with a variety of eye-catching dishes that will garner you some serious dinner party clout.
Beautique offers cuisine that’s “simple enough to be recognizable but creative enough to be foodie-worthy.”