PAC NYC’s Fall Lineup Includes Kerry Washington, “Watch Night”
The inaugural season of programming at PAC NYC is underway.
Five Questions With Bill Rauch, Artistic Director of PAC NYC
Rauch elaborated on their mission to have “people come in and experience the overall welcome feeling in the building.”
The Seaport Museum Is Hosting Trivia Night Aboard a Historic Tall Ship
Bring your own crew of four to six people, or come solo and get paired up with fellow trivia lovers.
Tin Building Makes Suave Cameo in Episode of “And Just Like That. . .”
Here are four shots taken at the 96 South St. destination.
The “Sky Marks Landmarks” Exhibit Soars Through the History of NYC’s Skyline
Admission to the Skyscraper Museum exhibit is free.
New Book Explores How Lower Manhattan Shaped the Coenties Slip Group
The New Yorker calls it “a tricky blend of mythmaking and myth-busting.”
Everyone’s Favorite Ginger DJ Is Hosting a BBQ Bash at the Seaport
Just tell the in-laws you can’t make it to brunch and hit this block party instead.
Meccagodzilla Heads to the Oculus for Hip-Hop’s 50th Birthday
Several artists and musical performances are slated for a “50 Years ’Til Infinity” bash.
Level Up Your Penmanship With the China Institute’s Calligraphy Meetup
Learn, explore and practice the art of brushwork and composition.
Oculus Plaza Is *the* Place to Watch the U.S. Go for a Women’s World Cup Threepeat
No team — women’s or men’s — has ever achieved the mythical threepeat (three titles in a row) at the World Cup. The U.S. Women’s roster, winners of the last two years’ final matches, hopes to make history this summer at the Women’s World Cup, hosted in Australia and New Zealand.