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The best things to do in NYC this week

Check out the very best things to do in NYC this week, from cultural events to trivia opportunities and concerts

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Are you frantically searching for the best things to do in NYC this week? We get it, in a city as large as New York, it can be extremely difficult to create the perfect itinerary. Too many cool things to do, too little time. We’re here to help! Our editors have recommendations for everything, including the best parties and free art exhibitions you can check out. We’ll make sure you know when there’s cool NYC street fairs happening, or if there’s a special one-off event in town. You’ll never have to worry about “FOMO” ever again.

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VoyagerMed G
VoyagerMed G

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yelic y

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Jessica R
Jessica R

Can I add one more interesting event of next week? It's Young New Yorkers Spring Diversion Program, which is the final exhibition. Briefly, It is a large-scale, participatory art project that is designed to generate a conversation around our young New Yorkers' experiences with, and hopes for, the criminal justice system. You can check the details on Mosh.us and.. you're invited! 

Michael L
Michael L

Doesn’t this New York place, ever sleep? Mike from Indiana, USA

Margo R
Margo R

Fredrick Rzewski Festival at Bargemusic! The People United Will Never Be Defeated (text by Oscar Wilde) and other chamber works. Composer in residence at the piano!

http://bargemusic.org/calendar.html



Stephen M
Stephen M

Stephen Morris, the author of WHEN BROTHERS DWELL IN UNITY: BYZANTINE CHRISTIANITY AND HOMOSEXUALITY, is reading-signing copies of the book at the Columbia university bookstore (Broadway at West 114th Street; take the #1 train to the West 116 Street subway station) on Tuesday, APril 12 at 6 p.m.

Carrie C
Carrie C

Also check out the Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair - This Greenwich Village tradition draws the serious collectors as well as the curious browsers – who invariably find wonderful treasures: rare and vintage books spanning the 17th through 21st centuries, including children's series and illustrated books, modern first editions, art, photography and design, maps & prints, political flyers, unusual paper ephemera and memorabilia; also Dickensiana, paleontology, architecture, autographs, African American studies, film history and comics.

Explore the world of paper this Friday evening, Saturday & Sunday during the day - PS3, 490 Hudson Street

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Josh S
Josh S

@Olga L Thanks! Get a profile on Iceberg (www.iceberg.travel/meet/new-york) to meet some locals and other travellers. We love NYC!!!!!

Chris O
Chris O

Is anyone going to any of these? Possibly in Brooklyn? 

Cecily O
Cecily O

"Drinking with Dorothy" is at the Player's Theatre, Macdougal St. on June 5 & 6 at 10pm. Tickets : $12. 

Based on Dorothy Parker's stories, this in an evening of alcohol-fuelled romance and music, presented by 2Time Theatre.

Claire B
Claire B

Basque Cider House is this Sunday at Txikito! Michelin rated James Beard nominated Chefs prepare a Curated dinner highlighting Basque cultural appreciation through specially crafted Ciders and Art including projections and documentary film. Eder Montero, Alex Raij, Emily Lobsenz and Leah Rinaldi invited me to unique experience of a tradition. This Sunday, March 29th at 6, Totally worth sharing!

Mark W
Mark W

The BEST, and longest-running, Dueling Pianos show in NYC - SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL DUELING PIANOS - 10pm every Saturday night.  All request rock n roll party.  Part concert, part cabaret, part comedy - all fun!


The Cellar @ 22 Warren St. NYC 10007

www.ShakeRattleRollPianos.com for tix and info!

Beatrice B
Beatrice B

Have to see Queen. Lambert is no impersonator! I saw them in Chicago and again in Vegas, now MSG. This show deserves a 4 star !!! That if you like great music and a front man with an amazing voice and commands the stage. Its like hearing Queen for the first time . Go see this show, if you can get seats !

Blair Y
Blair Y

how about the Spike Lee block party in Brooklyn...