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

17 super-cool things to do this weekend

Fri Oct 23 The Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade, Matisse at MoMA, The Twilight Zone Marathon and more

Stage frights! Halloween theater in New York

Thu Oct 23 Theater doesn’t tend to observe the holidays. 

Enjoy 8 hours of free art tomorrow at the High Line

Thu Oct 23 How can we achieve balance between urban development and green space? 

Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin share Mister Sunday memories (don't miss their last outdoor party of the year!)

Thu Oct 23 The party's over. Well, not exactly, but this year's outdoor season of Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin's beloved weekly soiree, Mister Sunday, comes to a close this Sun 26.

Ticket Alert! Hot NYC concerts you don't wanna miss

Thu Oct 23 Featuring Angel Olsen, Ariel Pink, Sleater-Kinney and more!

Drink free whiskey shots while shopping at The Lodge Man Shop

Thu Oct 23 Since this East Village man shop sells beard-scented balm and tobacco-scented candles, pouring free whiskey shots for customers seems fitting

Debra Levine focuses on George Chakiris and Theodore Kosloff at MoMA

Thu Oct 23 As part of “To Save and Project: The 12th MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation,” the museum hosts three events led by the Los Angeles dance writer and critic Debra Levine

Women of Letters storytelling series comes to NYC

Thu Oct 23 An Australian literary salon phenomenon, Women of Letters inaugurates its New York offshoot at Joe’s Pub on November 6

New York Festival of Lights premieres in NYC for the first time

Wed Oct 22 For the first time ever, New York City joins the prestigious and tiny list of cities including Berlin and London to have a bright and shining Festival of Lights

All the President's Men at Nitehawk

Wed Oct 22 Yesterday brought the sad news of the death of Ben Bradlee, the longtime Washington Post editor who transformed that newspaper into a powerhouse via its Watergate coverage and beyond

Celebrate Halloween with deals and freebies from these Jewelry shops

Wed Oct 22 There are plenty of super cool Halloween events happening in New York City this time of year, but this week, you can get a jump start on the holiday spirit by shopping at a few NYC stores

Score free cocktails and Halloween costumes this weekend

Wed Oct 22 As much as we loved the 5-cent cocktail series at the High Line this summer, nothing beats free drinks

The Living Room moves to Williamsburg for CMJ

Wed Oct 22 Yep, that's right—looks like Operation: Fancy-fication Of Williamsburg is complete

Six breakfast-for-dinner dishes you need to eat pronto

Wed Oct 22 Remember those epic nights when mom would forsake the usual chicken-and-veggies dinner for whipped up eggs and heaping stacks of pancakes?

CMJ exhaustion? Check out these Joshua Light Show concerts

Wed Oct 22 We love CMJ, but it can definitely exhaust even the most die-hard live-music fan

George Carlin gets his own New York street today

Wed Oct 22 This afternoon, the 400 block of West 121st St by Amsterdam Avenue will be renamed George Carlin Way, cementing the stand-up’s legacy as America’s most important counter-culture comic

In this week's issue of Time Out New York, we spill the beans on the city's best-kept secrets

Wed Oct 22 This week, we lift the curtain to reveal some of NYC's most secretive (and talked about) events. (Just don't go around telling everyone, ok?) 

Check out this free two-day concert in Brooklyn featuring Hunters, Splashh and more

Tue Oct 21 Editorial platform Culture Collide is hitting NYC this week to present a free two-day concert at the Knitting Factory

The New York Dance and Performance Awards are held

Tue Oct 21 The 30th annual New York Dance and Performance Awards—also known as the Bessies, named after dance educator Bessie Schonberg—were held Monday night at the Apollo Theater.

Death of Klinghoffer debrief: What went down at the Metropolitan Opera opening

Tue Oct 21 Last night at the Metropolitan Opera I saw masses of aggrieved people shrieking in unison against crimes perpetrated on their people.