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Love Heals 2014 Gala slated for March 11 in NYC

Love Heals 2014 Gala slated for March 11 in NYC

5 Mar 2014
In addition to the vibrant culture, worldwide commerce, breathtaking architecture and scenic beauty found within the five boroughs of New York City, the metropolitan area has long been regarded as a high profile venue for upscale affairs and charity events, often attended by the rich and famous. Now, with spring just around the corner, improving w Read More
New York City Ballet readies for upcoming winter programming

New York City Ballet readies for upcoming winter programming

18 Dec 2013
Although New York City boasts a rich history, classic architecture and some of the most upscale restaurants and social clubs in the world, one of the time-honored traditions most enjoyed by residents of the Big Apple are viewing the seasonal performances by the city's ballet company. The New York City Ballet, founded in in 1948 by George Read More
Upcoming Santa Ynez event pairs local wine with local art

Gala event in NYC to benefit Cardiovascular Research Foundation

11 Dec 2013
For decades, New York City has been regarded as one of the most populous cities in America, and the most influential on Earth. Accordingly, a multitude of international events are regularly held within the Big Apple, drawing well-known personalities and dignitaries from countries across the globe. On Friday, Dec. 13, the tradition will continue, a Read More
Famous artist Banksy displays work on NYC streets

Famous artist Banksy displays work on NYC streets

21 Oct 2013
Amid the classic architecture and vibrant culture of New York City, individuals traversing the metropolitan area can typically find a number of pieces of unique street art. While all designs may not be as refined as gallery pieces - and even considered unsightly graffiti by some - a few have been curated by professional artists and well- Read More
'Matilda' brings magic to Broadway

'Matilda' brings magic to Broadway

30 May 2013
Ever since Roald Dahl published "Matilda" in 1988, producers of all kinds clamored to adapt the book. First, there was the movie version in 1996, which starred Danny DeVito and Mara Wilson and brought a frenetic energy to the beloved story. Next came a radio version that brought the tale of the precocious and strangely gifted Matild Read More
Unsung master gets a new show at the Frick

Unsung master gets a new show at the Frick

24 Apr 2013
The 15th century painter Piero della Francesca may not receive the acclaim of many of his contemporaries, but he has remained a favorite among art historians and collectors for years. Moreover, his stock could soon rise with the debut of a new, much-heralded show at the Frick Collection. The show, which focuses on seven of Piero's most en Read More
Since the first performance of her debut play in 2008, Body Awareness, 31- year old playwright Annie Baker has been heralded as one of the most promising dramatists in recent memory.

Annie Baker's new play premieres in Manhattan

18 Mar 2013
Since the first performance of her debut play in 2008, Body Awareness , 31- year old playwright Annie Baker has been heralded as one of the most promising dramatists in recent memory. Her reputation has only grown as, over the last five years, she has turned out three more well-received plays, each one building on her unique style and refining her Read More
Jesse Eisenberg's second play debuts in NYC

Jesse Eisenberg's second play debuts in NYC

18 Mar 2013
Jesse Eisenberg began his career portraying intellectual loners on screen. There was his much-heralded role as Mark Zuckerberg in  The Social Network , of course, but also similar roles playing introverts in Noah Baumbach's  The Squid and the Whale and Woody Allen's  To Rome with Love . Now, though, the 29-year-old actor is Read More
Verdi's 'Il Trovatore' earns fans at the Met

Verdi's 'Il Trovatore' earns fans at the Met

24 Dec 2012
In addition to its wealth of renowned art museums, luxury Manhattan townhouses and fine restaurants, The Big Apple maintains a reputation as one of the world's classiest cities with another bastion of high culture: opera. In fact, the city's main opera company, The Metropolitan Opera, is often considered one of the world's premier oper Read More
New York City art lovers get chance to see

New York City art lovers get chance to see "The Scream"

6 Nov 2012
In May 2012, "The Scream," Edvard Munch's historic 1895 painting, sold at a Sotheby's auction for a record-setting $119.9 million. The anonymous bidder, who placed the bid over the phone, solicited much speculation, but his or her identity remained a mystery (although speculation suggests that it is the financier Leon Black, acco Read More