Packed with attractions, dining and drinking for any budget and an expansive offering of theater shows and live music, Manhattan is the center of the action in New York City. Whether you're looking for Manhattan's top restaurants, bars and nightlife, the best shows on Broadway, or the best things to do at any hour, we've got it covered in our comprehensive guide to Manhattan.
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Events in Manhattan
Fresh Fruit Festival
All Out Arts presents its annual LGBTQ arts fest featuring both short and full-length plays, including the New York premiere of Carolyn Gage's Planchette. Be...
Isa Genzken, Two Orchids
The German artist who stuck a giant rose on the facade of the New Museum reaches back into her floral bag of tricks with this pair of gargantuan orchids...
“A.R. Penck: Early Works”
One of the major figures of postwar art in Germany, Penck was part of wave of Neo-Expressionist painters coming out of East Germany, a group that included...
Bas Jan Ader
A Dutch conceptual artist, performance artist, photographer and filmmaker, Ader (1942–1975) spent the last 12 years of his life in Los Angeles as part...