Afternoon tea in NYC runs the gamut, from the formal to the funky, some with an ethnic twist and some designed specifically for kids.
The long-awaited ribbon-cutting for the restoration and unveiling of the historic Harlem Fire Watchtower took place on this past Saturday,
Take a look at art installations coming to The High Line and the Broadway Malls, and new exhibits at the ICP, Center for Architecture and the Queens Museum.
Google NYC and Jamestown announced that they will team up to help preserve Julien Binford's historic mural, "A Memory of 14th Street and 6th Avenue."
Outdoor art installations rule in March at High Line, Astor Place, Garment District, and Public Art Fund at 59th Street + the annual Armory Show & Asia Week
February brings romance to Times Square. The month will kick-off a year-long show, and features sculptures of candy twists and physical manifestations of love.
The new year is kicking off with exciting art shows. Included on this list are pieces focused around themes of excess, public works on the subway and more.
December brings holiday installations to the five boroughs in the form of stunning light shows, extravagant windows, and festive outdoor decorations.
In a close call, the winner of NYC's fourth annual Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition, "Flatiron Reflections," was unveiled this past week.
November kicks-off with colorful, playful Kusama exhibits, architectural wonders of Construction & Flatiron Design Competition, a look back at Club 57 + more