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A week of non-stop laughs is on the way to NYC with the New York Comedy Festival and with so many acts in the lineup, it's hard to know which ones are the must-see shows. The Brooklyn Museum is back with the first of its monthly series of social dancing and performances with Balmir Dance Society on Thursday from 6 to pm.
This event is free, but registration is required. All visitors 12 and older must show proof of vaccination and a valid I. The 11th Annual International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival is back November 10—14 with films, shorts, animation, and panel discussions with industry thought leaders, aiming to create a collaborative environment for artists from all countries to explore issues inherent to the heritage of Puerto Rico, its diaspora, and explore stories relevant to the larger Latino community.
Immediately after, there will be a marquee presentation of Forget Me Not revealing a path to a more inclusive society that starts with diversity in the classroom. To highlight the evening, award-winning actress Sonia Manzano will receive the Humanitarian Award.
Those unable to attend in person can still the livestream and tune in virtually. For tickets and more information, visit www. On the ground floor, visitors enter a darkened room that has a central plinth surrounded by about two hundred speakers that'll play a choral hymn in four parts added to soundscapes of gritty rocks and searing lava.
It'll be layered over with smoky, tar-like aromas of fossilized amber to further transport his audience into the belly of a volcano This annual cans-for-a-cause competition pits architecture teams against each other to create larger-than-life Pop Art—installations using more thancans of nonperishable food, all in the name of ending hunger every can is donated to City Harvest. Admission is free, but do your part by bringing the suggested donation of one canned good per person. New Yorkers who just can't wait for the return of Netflix hit show Stranger Things are likely going to jump at the chance to visit the first-ever pop-up shop dedicated to the series.
Inside, you'll be able to peruse through some of the most iconic settings and locations from the show. Yes, that includes a mock-up of the Upside Down. Speaking of: there is a hidden Demogorgon somewhere in there, so do keep your eyes pealed for that one. Expect to play games at the Palace Arcade, shop at the Starcourt Mall, go inside Joyce's house, visit the infamous Russian lab and even be part of the snowball dance at Hawkins Middle.
We'll be honest: we're not always the biggest fans of Fifth. Don't get us wrong: the views from up there are beautiful and the drinks are delicious, but the rooftop gets pretty crowded during the year. Yet, once winter rolls around, we can't help but feel the pull of the midtown destination, when the staff sets up the famous heated igloos that we could spend all season in. The glowing cocoons, which opened to the public yesterday, will stay in place through April 15 and, as usual, will be able to accommodate up to ten guests at once.
Yes, you'll still find warm red snuggies for use inside each one. Although reservations are suggested—especially if heading there with a group of six or more—the igloos are also accessible by walk-ins pending availability. You can plan your visit right here. Although most of Hilma af Klint's work is held by the artist's official foundation and isn't currently on view anywhere, New Yorkers will get to browse through a rare set of her watercolors through December 18 at the David Zwirner gallery on 69th Street. Dubbed "Tree of Knowledge," the exhibit focuses on the artist's series of works, which were recently discovered by the art world.
If the success of the Guggenheim's exhibition "Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future" is of any indication, we expect many people to flock to the Upper East Side gallery in the next few months. Fair warning: appointments are required to see the work in person, so make sure to schedule a visit right here. A new audio tour by the Brooklyn Public Library Ladies looking hot sex Clay New York to explore the lives of the characters and authors that call the borough home in fiction and in real life. You can also expect to stop at important public libraries the likes of Washington Irving and Clinton Hill, which, according to an official press release, "played an important role in the lives of the featured author[s].
If you're still reluctant to dine indoors this winter, you might want to consider heading to Nowadays in Bushwick, where the ature large backyard has just been winterized. And, yes, their usual yurts and heated tables are back for the season as well. Diner by Izakaya, the food operator at the destination, has just unveiled its latest menu, which sounds like it will really hit the spot in the colder months.
Inspired by "famiresu" restaurants in Japan that would be family-friendly eateriesthe new menu is anchored by two main ramen offerings tonkotsu, made with pork, and tantan, made with soy, sesame and miso broth with tempe.
Drinks wise, warm beverages take center stage.
From hot toddies to spiked hot cocoa, the libations take the cold into but "regular" cocktails, beer and wine are also available. The Shed's galleries are being transformed daily with multi-sensory installations that immerse the viewer to inspire reconnection to nature.
Set to a soundtrack by ANOHNI, the journey begins with the shimmering lights of "Coded Coincidence" that follow the flight pattern that elm seeds take each spring so that viewers can see the "necessity and beauty of coincidence and its essential role in our natural processes and evolution.
Another installation, "Fragile Future," brings nature and technology together to evoke a utopian vision of the future of our planet, "wherein two seemingly opposite evolutions have made a pact to survive. The Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is back with holiday festivities and shopping and food at its holiday shops. Its 17,square-foot ice-skating rink that's free to use if you bring your own skates is always the highlight, but its Winter Village in all its holiday spirit is a close second.
This year more than kiosks will be there to peruse—all at one of the best NYC parks. Click through to learn all you need to know about this year's Winter Village! The p erformances are also available to be livestreamed from home.
No show in town offers as intimate an experience as Bottom of the Oceana new interactive experience in Bushwick that has been created to be performed for just five audience members at a time. A surreal look at the nature of ritual and ceremony, Bottom of the Ocean invites spectators on a unique journey, and Time Out is happy to offer an exclusive sneak peek at it: Scroll down to see a brief trailer for the production as well as the first photographs from the show to be released to the public. The piece was created in collaboration with Chia Kwa, and features costumes by Laura Borys and tech de by Howard Rigberg.
It is staged at Gymnopedie, a multiroom space that has been created by restoring 5, square feet of the 19th-century basement at Bushwick United Methodist Church. The NYC Winter Lantern Festival is returning for the season with three major events that will help illuminate the cold season! Festive holiday lights, projection mapping and handmade lanterns in the shape of flowers, bugs, animals, and more will create this bright experience. Like all three Lantern Festival installations, this will run nightly through Sunday, January 9.
The botanic garden will be illuminated for over eight acres. In addition to the lantern display, a live DJ, projection mapping, food vendors, and more will keep the party going. The destination, which calls out to the famous Victorian-era Cabaret de l'Enfer in Paris, is filled with touches of the underworld. Expect skulls, deep red booths and ogre-like statues to adorn the dark space, located directly above Amor y Amargo. While seeing it in person is incredible, seeing the details and Michelangelo brushstrokes is not really possible since it decorates the chapel's ceiling and wall while hundreds of other tourists crowd around it.
And while this exhibit isn't the real thing, it does give you a chance to spend time you wouldn't normally have with the art. The exhibit displays high-definition photos that were made with a printing technique that emulates the look and feel of the original 34 frescos but from new perspectives that'll immerse you in the work, according to Secret NYCthe experience's media partner. Each image will have information adjacent to it and there will be an audio guide you can rent for an even more in-depth experience. Uneasy lies the head that wears a tiara in this new biomusical about Diana, Princess of Wales, whose marriage to Prince Charles came undone in a sea of tabloid ugliness.
Lower East Side darling Meow Parlour, the famous cat cafe where New Yorkers get to play with adoptable cats while sipping coffee and munching on sweets, has finally reopened following an month-long, pandemic-fueled closure. Now in "soft relaunch mode," the space at 46 Hester Street is welcoming guests with reservations on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am through 7pm.
You can schedule your visit on the official website right here. Eataly, the massive Italian marketplace that has become a centerpiece of Flatiron, is debuting its first indoor restaurant concept since on November 5. Bar Milano, which will feature 70 seats in total, takes over Manzo's location, the meat-heavy eatery that closed over a year ago.
As its name suggests, the new spot's menu will focus on foods endemic to Milano, one of the most traveled-to cities in Italy. From moneghili crispy, Milanese-style braised beef and Ladies looking hot sex Clay New York "meatballs" to risotto alla Milanese saffron, bone marrow brodo, month parmigianno Reggiontajarin al tartufo bianco house-made yold pasta, Ferrarini butter, month parmigiano Reggiano, freshly shaved urbani white truffles and a classic Milanese cutlet breaded, fried and served with Italian chicories, lemon and extra virgin olive oilthe list of offerings really does pay homage to one of the most multicultural and New York-like?
But as exciting as the proposed food is, visitors will likely fawn over the roving wooden Negroni cart that will be on premise. Sobre Masa Tortilleria opened its doors at 52 Harrison Place, selling fresh, house-made tortillas alongside Mexican groceries and goods, a morning coffee shop with Oaxacan coffee and house-made Mexican pastries, as well as a taqueria vending a variety of traditional taco styles and cocktails highlighting Mexican spirits.
First things first. Yes, the sandworms are awesome. These subterranean nightmares that lurk beneath the surface of the vast desert planet of Arakkis are just one element of this big, thinky blockbuster to seriously exceed expectations. Dune premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. The Boerum Hill neighborhood bar and Ladies looking hot sex Clay New York State Street is known for its top notch drinks and themed menus. motifs include Nicolas Cage this past summer's menuMy Little Pony, gemstones, Gilmore Girls, Sade songs, monster trucks, space cowgirls and state parks of Oklahoma.
For this fall, 13 new feline-inspired drinks will be available Honey, you shrunk yourself? It's possible, thanks to a new interactive pop-up at Chelsea Market. Through February 14,New Yorkers can visit Dopl to t ake a 3D full body scan and receive a true-to-life 3D miniature of themselves.
Dopl, a technology company that specializes in 3D technology, printing and development, just opened a store in Soho. Their unique works aims to capture the essence of how people feel in the moments they want to remember the most.
Cuffing season is back! And now that we're out of quarantine for the most part and out on the town, we know that partnering up with someone cuddly this winter may look, like everything else, a little different. That is, you're probably going to still want to go out, a lot, and not face another winter of being shut-in. These cocktails are here for that.
Icelandic vodka brand, Reyka, is bringing its own take on cuffing season to local date spots, with a Cuffing Cocktail that's actually two drinks handcuffed together. Try co-sipping that! The drink will be available starting Sunday, October 18 so get your date ready for the cold season.
Alamo Drafthouse, the cinema known for serving restaurant-quality food and drinks during its screenings, is opening its second New York location in Manhattan. The theater chain is known for its luxury reclining seats with built-in tables and cupholders. It's like being in an elite private screening room, but anyone can buy a ticket. Movie buffs at Alamo's Lower Manhattan location will be treated to 4K digital projection and 7.
The opening screenings include current blockbusters like No Time to Dieand Marvel's Eternals as well as classics like 's original King Kong. As of October 11, this upscale Northern Chinese restaurant offers Flaming Peking Duck three nights a week Monday through Wednesdaywhich is a dining experience like no other.
It's roasted for 40 minutes before being set on fire with Chinese rose wine and rum, emitting a heavenly scent that wafts through the dining room as the flames rise from the pan right at your table. The c hef delicately carves the duck tableside through fire to release mouthwatering, aromatic flavours with every bite.
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