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Sesame Street is one those rare cultural touchstones that can function as both heartwarming nostalgia and fresh contemporary entertainment. That it actively educates at the same time is nothing short of a miracle. Which is why it's hard to imagine anyone, of any age, not enjoying the terrific little Sesame Street 45th-anniversary exhibition at Lincoln Center New York Public Library For the Performing Arts, "Somebody Come and Play." Continue Reading Sesame Street Takes Over Lincoln Center’s New York Public Library of the Performing Arts
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Two new public art installations make Manhattan the perfect destination to walk in the park and breathe in both the fall fresh air and amazing art. Three huge sculptures by Tony Cragg have taken up residence in Madison Square Park through February; and the addictive, high-def Solar Reserve by John Gerrard, plopped down front and center on the Lincoln Center's main plaza. Both Continue Reading Two Brand New NYC Public Art Projects – Perfect For The Fall!
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About a year and a half ago, in February of 2011, Christian Marclay's spellbinding, 24-hour movie The Clock played to packed houses at the Paula Cooper Gallery, day after day and, on weekends, all through the night. Even at two in the morning, during one of the most relentlessly bitter winters in memory, hours-long lines… Continue Reading Amazing artwork alert: Lincoln Center opens Christian Marclay “The Clock” on July 13
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Posted in Apartment Living NYC, NYC Events

We don't usually post bad reviews of restaurants in this space because, really, what's the point? Unless it's a heavily-hyped place that fails, and fails badly, to deliver on its promise (and/or premise), and so deserves a warning before you go dropping a pile of your hard-earned dollars on a bad meal, it's so much… Continue Reading Disappointing Indie Food and Wine at Lincoln Center: An Open Letter
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Posted in NYC Dining, Westside

When Daniel Boulud moved into the neighborhood, and over the past couple of years has transformed that key stretch of Broadway, right across from Lincoln Center's main plaza, into something like Boulud Boulevard, with three different restaurants wrapping around 64th Street: the charcuterie-centric Bar Boulud, the casual cafe Epicerie Boulud, and his newish Mediterranee delight,… Continue Reading Daniel Boulud: Boulud Sud and Epicerie Boulud at Lincoln Center
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Posted in NYC Dining, Westside