The new group show at Lambert Fine Arts presents four artists' hypotheses regarding the survival of the human race and the legacy we're presently building for ourselves.
Hidden among New York City's various neighborhoods are some amazing pieces of sculpture; artistic delights to be found on the streets of Manhattan, if you know where to look. Here are a few of the city's not-to-be-missed art pieces.
On Wednesday night, The Bright Light Social Hour brought the house down at the Bowery Ballroom.
You're looking at the new social club for dogs in New York City, located in Alphabet City.
Where can you get a haircut and look at some amazing art? Only Le Salon d'Art
Shopping, cocktails, live music and the Rocky Horror Picture Show all into the wee hours of the morning...what more could you want?
The historic Henry Street Settlement was founded in 1893 on the Lower East Side as a humanitarian endeavor and continues to provide social services to New Yorkers.
Tucked on the Lower East Side, just blocks from the Williamsburg Bridge, the Tenement Museum embodies and represents the history of how New York as we know it came to be.
The Bowery was the Times Square of the 1800s? The Downtown Doodler takes us on a tour
The New York Times described the temple as “gasp-inducing,” and after visiting, I have to agree.