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Jeff Bridges & The Abiders at City Winery

The Dude himself has crossed-over from actor (Academy Award winner for Crazy Heart) to Country musician. Jeff’s alignment with famed producer T Bone Bennett helped his self titled album reach #10 on Billboard’s Country Album chart in 2011. He brings his musical talent to the cool ...

Amateur Night At The Apollo: Show Off

The winners of recent Amateur Night shows come together to SHOW OFF their talent and compete for the chance to move on to the semi-finals. Aspiring musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, rappers and spoken word artists try their best to become an Apollo legend. See a piece of history at the ...

Social Distortion at Starland Ballroom

After 36 years with Social Distortion, lead vocalist Mike Ness brings his distinguished punk rock voice back to NJ. Best known for their hits Story of My Life, Ring of Fire (Cover of Jonny Cash’s hit), Bad Luck and I was Wrong, they are still sharp in ...

Lily Allen at Terminal 5

Lily is an English singer, songwriter and actress, who’s style is pop-ska.  Her first mainstream single, Smile, reached number one on the UK Singles Chart in July 2006 while her most successful album in the States was 2009’s It’s Not Me, It’s You which ...

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill

Lady Day brings its star, Audra McDonald (Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, A Raisin in the Sun, Ragtime, Master Class) her sixth Tony and its audience a fantastic evening of Billy Holiday music and drama. Holiday’s stormy life is recounted during this Philadelphia ...

Rocky

CLOSES AUGUST 17th: Though not a knock out, Rocky is a fun night at the theater. The movie is intelligently recreated with a set and visuals that engagingly move the story. The original movie sound track augments a solid score by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Ragtime, Once On ...

Family Science Lab at Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Use real scientific tools like balance scales, magnifiers, beakers and blocks to tackle a new science question each day. 1:30 ...

Skit Scat Stories & Songs at CMOM

Listen to iconic performances of jazz music and then read books about the Jazz legends who made the music. At ...

All Jazzed Up Performance Series at CMOM

Celebrated jazz artists perform for kids and families of all ages. 3PM and 4PM. ...

Sea Lion Feeding at Central Park Zoo

Whether they’re high-fiving their trainers, showing off their flips, or catching fish on the fly, these charismatic sea lions love to impress a crowd. Daily at 11:30AM, 2PM, and ...

Tisch Children’s Zoo at Central Park Zoo

A walk-through wildlife adventure awaits young explorers at this compact nature trail. Friendly sheep and alpacas, goats, potbellied pigs, meandering ducks, and more enjoy interaction with young ...

Boston Symphony Orchestra Summer Season at Tanglewood

New Yorkers love getting out of the city in the summer, and there is no better destination than The Berkshires and the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The Tanglewood grounds, on the edge of the New England-charmer Lenox Massachusetts, are as beautiful as the music you’ll ...

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is the seventh New York City building to be declared the tallest structure in the world. Open seven days a week, this iconic New York City destination offers both spectacular views of New York City and an interesting overview of New York City history during the ...

American Museum of Natural History and Rose Center for Earth and Space

The premier museum of its kind in the US, AMNH is home to extensive permanent and temporary exhibits that cover numerous scientific disciplines.  Museum highlights include the newly renovated dinosaur exhibit, the Hall of Asian Mammals (elephants, pandas, and tigers), the  Hall of African ...

Battery Park

At the tip of Manhattan, Battery Park boasts spectacular views of the lower Hudson River, New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, and the Staten Island Ferry.  Carefully designed gardens hold interest along the 25 acres that includes Castle Clinton, ...

Central Park

The crowning jewel of Manhattan, Central Park’s 843 acres offer visitors and New Yorkers more diversion than most any other New York City destination.  Carefully and beautifully designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and opening in 1857, Central Park is a miracle in city ...

Cloisters, The

The Cloisters is abbey, renowned medieval art collection, and respite from a busy metropolitan city, all in one.  A short subway ride to the northern tip of Manhattan, The Cloisters sits in the vast and peaceful Fort Tyron Park.  Pieced together from five European abbeys and transported to New ...

Grand Central Station

Nearly raised except for the efforts of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the 70’s, Grand Central Terminal is a stunning example of grand urban architecture meant to enrich the lives of the millions of passengers that pass under its arches.  Opening in 1913 and the brainchild of New York ...

High Line, The

The High Line is one of the best examples of urban architecture to happen in recent years, reclaiming for park a railroad track system the brought meat into and out of Manhattan when New York City was the leading distributor of meat in the United States.  Stretching from Gansevoort Street to ...

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, The

Having seen action in the Pacific during World War II, the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid serves as the foundation of this extensive museum that includes the Enterprise space shuttle, a British Airways Concorde, the WWII submarine Growler, and ...