Imani Uzuri: Come Let Us Sing for Joy
Experience vocalist and composer Imani Uzuri's soul-stirring sacred music in this intimate Lincoln Center concert.
Temporada (Long Way Home)
A deeply felt character study, this Brazilian film follows Juliana as she moves from her hometown to the sprawling city of Contagem to work in public health.
Against the Rules
Attend a talk between two leading thinkers of our time, Malcolm Gladwell and Michael Lewis. They will discuss Michael's podcast, "Against the Rules," which explores fairness and its corrosion in society.
Hear the elegant and soulful music of Haitian-American singer/songwriter Leyla McCalla as she infuses Creole and Cajun music with American jazz and folk.
Long Island City
Watch "Masquerade," an exquisite performance by Azul Dance Theatre, which is a collective of New York-based contemporary dance artists.
NYC Craft Beer Festival
Indulge in all the craft beer you can handle at the NYC Craft Beer Festival. 75 breweries will be present, ready for you to taste their creations.
Brooklyn Folk Fest
Enjoy music, workshops, and jam sessions at this three-day folk festival, which gathers local as well as international folk artists.
In the Parlour
Watch three short plays about black women's journey to the vote in the United States. There will be a special panel following the performances.
Enjoy a night out with a comedy show in the back of a pizza shop. Hosted by David Piccolomini and Lucas Connolly, Ambush Comedy happens every Tuesday night.
Brisket King 2019
20 chefs and pitmasters will get together to vie for the title of Brisket King, and you get to enjoy their delicious creations along with beers, ciders, and spirits.
Mariana Castillo Deball: Finding Oneself Outside
See Mexican artist Mariana Castillo Deball's exhibition, which combines installation, photography, and sculpture to explore cultural heritage.
El Barrio: Where Art, Culture, and Community Intersect
Take a guided walking tour of East Harlem to learn about the history, art, immigration, and cultures that have and continue to shape El Barrio.
NY International Music Festival
The New York International Music Festival brings together talented young musicians who have all auditioned for a chance to perform at Carnegie Hall.
Apple Blossom Children's Carnival
Welcome spring with a fun day out at the carnival with the whole family. There will be hayrides, games, a petting zoo, pony rides, and lots more.
T. rex: The Ultimate Predator
Visit the Museum of Natural History's exhibit on the T. rex, which reveals the incredible story of the most iconic dinosaur through fossils, life-sized models, and virtual reality.
Power Of Music Concert Series
Join Robert Kinkel of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Dina Fanai, and special guests for transformational performances that celebrate the powerful healing force of music.
NYC's Taste of the Nation
Enjoy food and drinks from some of the city's best chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers while supporting the important work of No Kid Hungry.
See Patrick Parrish Gallery's "Leaping Objects," a selection of abstract and sensuous works of fiber, bamboo, bronze, and wood from Japan.
This year's Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden is inspired by Singapore's gorgeous gardens. Spend an evening amongst the magical scenery while you sip on a Singapore Sling and enjoy live performances.
Barnyard Egg Hunt
Bring your baskets and the whole family to Queens County Farm Museum's annual egg hunt. Search for eggs, pet animals, play egg-related games, and more.
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Head to Polonsky Shakespeare Center to see this powerful production of "Julius Caesar" that explores what happens when violence is used to govern.
Singing for Change
Join Dr. Stephen Petrus and musician Richard Barone as they explore the connection between folk music and environmental activism, namely protection of the Hudson.
Frank Gehry in Conversation with Paul Goldberger
Without Frank Gehry, cityscapes around the world would be markedly different. Listen to him discuss his decades-long career as one of the world's foremost architects.
Spring Blooms: Conservatory Garden Tour
Get a guided tour of Central Park's only formal garden, with its picturesque crabapple trees, colorful tulips, and a wrought-iron gate from 1894.
See the New York premiere of "Out There," a video album and live performance by the duo Princess. The New Museum performance explores men's roles in society.
Performed by Moved by the Motion, this boundary-defying production is a collage of words, movement, film, and sound that incorporates the work of 20th century civil rights figures.
Help crown the best margarita in New York City as some of the city's best mixologists battle it out during the annual Margarita Rumble.
Earth Day at Fort Tryon Park
In the spirit of Earth Day, volunteer to beautify Fort Tryon. Plants, tools, and gloves will be provided – just come ready to help!
Tribeca Film Festival
Choose from a selection of world-class films and documentaries including world premieres of "Children Do Not Play War," "Flawless," "Georgetown," and "Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound."
Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving
Visit this Brooklyn Museum exhibition of the renowned artist, which not only includes some of her important works, but also her clothing and personal possessions.