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Your up-to-the-minute guide to New York City events, restaurants, bars, nightlife, ticket alerts and NYC ephemera

New 7 Train Extension Finally Set To Open February 25

Wed Oct 1 Rejoice, denizens of Manhattan’s west side! The long-delayed extension of the No. 7 train has finally been given an official opening date

See some of the country’s best female comedians at Time Out’s Women Of Comedy show

Wed Oct 1 The New York Comedy Festival is almost upon us, and we’re proud to announce our very own showcase in conjunction with the fest: Time Out New York’s Women of Comedy 2014

New 7 Train Extension Finally Set To Open February 25

Wed Oct 1 The 7 train is finally making it over to 11th Avenue.

Shake Shack rolls out a beer-and-brat Oktoberfest menu

Wed Oct 1 Shake Shack is going German again. With its own version of Octoberfest, er “Shacktoberfest,” the burger bastion will serve a Germanic menu for the ninth consecutive year

Leaf-peep during fall lunch cruises aboard the Water Table

Wed Oct 1 Sailing’s not just for summer

Happy birthday, party! Three awesome shindigs are celebrating anniversaries this weekend

Wed Oct 1 To have a successful, long-running dance party is no small feat in this ever-changing metropolis, so you can understand when folks get a little excited

Relive 5 crazy Goosebumps moments before seeing R.L. Stine tonight

Wed Oct 1 'Tis the season for haunted houses and horror films, and the man responsible for all your childhood night terrors is still up to his chilling old tricks

Tove who? Five things you should know about Swedish star Tove Lo

Wed Oct 1 Tove Lo (pronounced Too-veh Loo) is Sweden's latest pop export

In this week's issue of Time Out New York we run down the best walks in the city

Wed Oct 1 This week's issue of Time Out New York is highlighting some of the best walks in the city.

The surprises and snubs of the 2015 Michelin stars

Tue Sep 30 The annual Michelin guide dished out its coveted stars this afternoon and plenty of New York restaurants were among the spangled selections, including triple-star fine-dining standbys like Eleven Madison Park, Per Se and Le Bernardin

The Godfather will screen with a live orchestral score

Tue Sep 30 You can't overstate the magic that happens when the lights go down, a movie goes up and—thrillingly—a 60-piece orchestra swings into synchronized action

Kennaland Salon Offers Half Priced Cuts for Gingers

Tue Sep 30 Gingers of New York, did you know that your red mane is now a golden ticket for half priced haircuts?

German techno fest Time Warp announces the lineup for its NYC debut

Tue Sep 30 Now in its 20th year, stalwart German techno fest Time Warp—the one John Digweed said "should be the template for festivals around the world"—is making its first-ever trek to North America, presenting Time Warp U.S this Thanksgiving weekend at the Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx

A Tender Buttons play and other ways to experience difficult books

Tue Sep 30 Get the best of great books...without, you know, reading them

The bar at Andaz 5th Avenue teaches you how to mix Broadway-themed cocktails

Tue Sep 30 Not to trespass on my esteemed colleague Robert Simonson’s beat, but a recent e-mail was too—well, thirst-inducing—to pass up

Your Modern Sky Festival FAQ

Tue Sep 30 The Modern Sky Festival hits Central Park's Rumsey Playfield this coming Saturday and Sunday.

The Tie Bar and Vanity Fair's Michael Carl are dishing out style makeovers tomorrow

Tue Sep 30 New York may be one of the fashion capitals of the world, but even the most stylish New Yorkers could still benefit from a few style pointers—especially when Vanity Fair’s witty fashion market director, Michael Carl, gives them

Five companies stream live for World Ballet Day

Tue Sep 30 As all ballet dancers know, daily life starts with class

Meet the Undateables: Peter and Caskey

Mon Sep 29 These lovelorn New Yorkers swear they’re absolutely undateable. We pair them up to see if they’re right.