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Buying Saratoga Horse Racing Tickets

Buy Saratoga horse racing tickets and spend the day at the track this year. Every approaching race will be listed above in the Saratoga race track schedule. To take stock of our inventory of fairly-priced tickets and pinpoint which race at Saratoga Springs' historic race track you would like to attend. Advance to our ticket listings and use the various search filters to arrange the inventory by price or seating section. Some Saratoga race tickets may include specific notes in the inventory about email delivery, seating location, etc. Once you select your seats, previous Vivid Seats customers will need to sign into their registered account. If this is your first time ordering tickets through Vivid Seats, fill in the email address and password boxes under the "Create Your Account" section on the checkout page.

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The Vivid Seats Buyer's Guarantee is intended to put your mind at ease while you shop for Saratoga race tickets. Our comprehensive guarantee ensures your tickets will always be valid, delivered prior to the event, and completely legitimate. In the event that the race is canceled for any reason (weather included) and not rescheduled, we will refund your money barring shipping expenses. The guarantee also promises each and every ticket buyer an absolutely secure transaction.

Quantity of Tickets
Select how many Saratoga horse racing tickets you would like to purchase using the quantity drop-down menu above the inventory. Ticket sellers often sell an even number of tickets to avoid remaining with a single ticket that is difficult to sell. If you are having trouble finding the right number of tickets for any race at Saratoga Race Course, contact Vivid Seats directly by phone or Live Chat. One of our dedicated ticket experts will work with you to find the right number of seats for your party.

More About Vivid Seats
From the first race of the year to the last, Vivid Seats is your one-stop-shop for Saratoga race tickets. We consistently feature some of the lowest ticket prices on the web to every exciting race at the century-old race track. Our relationships with ticket sellers from around the country allow us to present horse-racing fans with a truly exclusive selection of seats from the clubhouse to the grandstands. We also have a strong reputation for first-class customer service in the ticket-selling industry. Get a taste for the level of personalized service we offer all our customers by booking tickets for the Saratoga race track today.

Posted On Wednesday, 23 August 2017 04:54 Written by

Phantom of the Opera Ticket Information

Since it made its world premiere in 1986, the Phantom of the Opera has entranced audiences around the world with an intriguing tale of passion, desire, and ambition. Aspiring opera singer Christine Daaé finds an unlikely benefactor in the form of the mysterious Phantom, but his obsessive attempts to win her affection begin to escalate to a dangerous level. This Andrew Lloyd Webber masterpiece holds the distinction of being the longest-running Broadway show of all time, but it has also delighted audiences during numerous national and international tours. When in New York City, Phantom of the Opera Broadway has typically been stationed at the Majestic Theatre, while the Phantom of the Opera tour has sent the production to cities all over North America. Click on a city, performance time, or month under “Filter Results” to find Phantom of the Opera tickets for the show you want to attend. Next, use the seating chart to sort through listings and find your preferred Phantom of the Opera tickets. Choose a quantity, hit "Buy,” and reach checkout with a valid email address. Pay with a credit card or PayPal account and press "Place Order” to finalize the transaction.

Varied Selection
Whether you’re looking for a bird’s-eye view in the balcony or want premier orchestra seats, our marketplace has a wide offering of tickets for every upcoming show on the Phantom of the Opera tour, including the opportunity to look for cheap Phantom of the Opera tickets, as prices tend to fluctuate due to the nature of the live marketplace. To view just Phantom of the Opera NYC tickets, be sure to filter the schedule accordingly.

Secure Purchases
Your order of Phantom of the Opera musical tickets will be submitted through a secure server that is monitored by the most trusted online security providers.

Helpful Service
To receive friendly one-on-one assistance from a Vivid Seats team member during your Phantom of the Opera Broadway tickets purchase, dial 866.848.8499. The online Live Chat service also can help you connect with a trained customer service representative.

Phantom of the Opera Ticket Prices

How Much Are Phantom of the Opera Tickets?
No matter what you're looking to spend, Vivid Seats has tickets to fit your budget. Currently, Phantom of the Opera tickets at Vivid Seats start at $39.

Cheapest Phantom of the Opera Tickets
There are always great deals to be found at Vivid Seats. The get-in price, or lowest price for a ticket to see Phantom of the Opera live, is $39. Prices will fluctuate based on many factors such as inventory and demand, so be sure to get your Phantom of the Opera discount tickets before it’s too late!

What is the Phantom of the Opera About?
Simply put, the musical, based on the 1910 novel of the same name, centers on the story of a mysterious composer and rising singer, with increasing levels of intensity as the story unfolds.

Where is Phantom of the Opera Playing?
While Phantom of the Opera New York tickets can still be purchased for the ongoing Broadway run, fans of the show nationwide should keep an eye out for touring productions regularly scheduled coast to coast.

How Long is Phantom of the Opera?
2 hours, 30 minutes with one intermission


Posted On Wednesday, 23 August 2017 04:46 Written by

Janet Jackson Ticket Information

One of the world’s most celebrated pop stars, Janet Jackson has enjoyed a long, successful career in the spotlight. Her debut album dropped in 1982, and ever since, this aptly nicknamed “Princess of Pop” has achieved major international success through hits like “What Have You Done for Me Lately,” “Together Again,” and “All for You.” Over the years, Janet Jackson concerts have become known for showcasing this star’s impeccable dance skills that were originally made famous in hit music videos like “Rhythm Nation” and “The Pleasure Principle.” Next time a Janet tour date is announced in your city, experience her stellar stage persona for yourself when you buy your passes from our secure marketplace. If you have any questions about placing an order for Janet Jackson tickets, get in touch with a Vivid Seats agent by calling 866.848.8499 or clicking the “Live Chat” link.

  1. Begin by clicking the “Tickets” tab that aligns with the Janet Jackson tour date of your choice. Concerts taking place closest to you will usually appear at the top of the schedule.
  2. Next, choose your seats for the Janet Jackson concert. You can arrange listings by price or by distance from the stage. When you find a set of seats that matches your preferences, advance to the final step by tapping “Buy.”
  3. After logging in to your account, you can look over the final details of the Janet Jackson tickets you’ve selected. Type in any required payment or shipping information, click “Place Order,” and wait for final confirmation from the seller.

Janet Jackson Ticket Prices & Concert Details

How Much Are Janet Jackson Tickets?
No matter what you're looking to spend, Vivid Seats has tickets to fit your budget. Currently, Janet Jackson tickets at Vivid Seats start at $17.

Cheapest Janet Jackson Tickets
There are always great deals to be found at Vivid Seats. The get-in price, or lowest price for a ticket to the Janet Jackson tour, is $17. Prices will fluctuate based on many factors such as inventory and demand, so be sure to get your cheap Janet Jackson tickets before it’s too late!

Is the Janet Jackson Tour 2017 Coming To a City Near Me?
There are currently Janet Jackson tickets on sale for cities such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Seattle. Continue to check the list of Janet Jackson tour dates above to see if the superstar is coming to a city near you. 



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Posted On Wednesday, 23 August 2017 04:41 Written by

Maurizio Cattelan came out of his self-imposed, five-year retirement from the art world just in time. His work has always been prescient, sometimes uncannily so. His life-like wax portrait of Pope Paul II in full papal regalia lying inert under a felled meteorite—La Nona Ora (The Ninth Hour) (1999)—presaged the sexual abuse scandals of the Catholic Church. AC Forniture Sud (Southern Suppliers FC [Football Club]), a performative piece from 1991 in which the artist organized an Italian soccer team exclusively comprising North African immigrants, coincided with the establishment of a xenophobic political party in Italy. What Cattelan couldn’t have predicted was the unprecedented number refugees that would land on Italian shores seeking asylum, or the rising tide of hatred and fear now sweeping Europe in response.

Cattelan’s 2007 sculpture, Ave Maria, is also shockingly anticipatory. The work is composed of three white male arms protruding at an angle from a gallery wall, their precise positions and overt repetition unmistakably evoking the intense choreography of the “Heil Hitler” salute (despite the religious inflection of the title). The fact that the appendages are wearing business attire—a sign, perhaps, of the unabated rise of corporate power—frighteningly suggests today’s normalization of neo-Nazi ideology here and abroad.

Enter Cattelan’s America” (2016), the 18-karat gold, fully functioning toilet that has been installed at the Guggenheim for nearly a year in a long-term, sculptural performance of interactive art. Like all of Cattelan’s most complex works, this sculpture is laden with possible meanings. There is the art-historical trajectory, from Duchamp and Manzoni to more contemporary artists like John Miller and Wim Delvoye, that traffics in scatological iconography. The equation between excrement and art has long been mined by neo-Marxist thinkers who question the relationship between labor and value. Expanding upon this economic perspective, there is also the ever-increasing divide in our country between the wealthy and the poor that threatens the very stability of our culture. Cattelan explicitly comments on this fact by creating what he called “one-percent art for the ninety-nine percent.” The gold toilet—a cipher for the excesses of affluence—has been available for all to use in the privacy of one of the Guggenheim’s single-stall, gender-neutral bathrooms. More than one hundred thousand people have waited patiently in line for the opportunity to commune with art and with nature.

Yet it is the Trump reference that resonates so loudly today. When the artist proposed the sculpture in mid-2015, Donald Trump had just announced his bid for the presidency. It was inconceivable at the time that this business mogul, he of the eponymous gilded tower, could actually win the White House. When the sculpture comes off view on September 15, Trump will have been in office for 238 days, a term marked by scandal and defined by the deliberate rollback of countless civil liberties, in addition to climate-change denial that puts our planet in peril.

That Trump is synonymous with golden toilets was proven not at the Guggenheim but in a recent satirical pop-up “exhibition” in midtown Manhattan staged by Trevor Noah of the Daily Show that he called the “Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library.” In addition to framed tweet storms, visitors were treated to a “tour” of the Oval Office, where they could don a Trump wig and pose with an, albeit fake, golden toilet.

Cattelan’s “America,” like all his greatest work, is at once humorous and searing in its critique of our current realities. Though crafted from millions of dollars’ worth of gold, the sculpture is actually a great leveler. As Cattelan has said, “Whatever you eat, a two-hundred-dollar lunch or a two-dollar hot dog, the results are the same, toilet-wise.” Art-wise, the work reached a certain pinnacle of acceptability—or notoriety—when it was featured on the cover of the New York Post (September 15, 2016) with the headline, “We’re #1 (and #2!),” and an article titled, “The Guggenheim Wants You to Crap All Over ‘America.’” However, Cattelan’s anticipation of Trump’s America will, perhaps, be the lasting imprint of the sculpture’s time at the Guggenheim.

https://www./ /blogs/checklist/maurizio-cattelans-golden-toilet-in-the-time-of-trump

Posted On Wednesday, 23 August 2017 03:54 Written by


  • 200 East 69th St, 36A - Upper East Side, New York
  • Price: $11,500 (Monthly)
  • Neighborhood: Upper East Side
  • Condo, Doorman
  • 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 Half Bath
  • Listing ID: 2842066


200 East 69th St, 36A - Upper East Side, New York

Direct Central Park Views!! Two split bedrooms, 2.5 marble baths on high floor has open city and water view to East, West & North in a full-service building. Huge closets in all bedrooms, washer & dryer, 2 balconies and renovations throughout. Full Time Doorman, Concierge, Health Club, Garage, Storage and Outdoor Common areas. Sorry that pets are not permitted for renters. 

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Posted On Wednesday, 23 August 2017 02:29 Written by

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A cutting-edge Chelsea hotel in Manhattan

Lately people have been doing a double-take at Kimpton Hotel Eventi. Total transformations will do that, even to New Yorkers. Encompassing an entire block, Kimpton Hotel Eventi's artfully revamped ground floor features an eclectic-chic “living room” lobby, technology touches everywhere and a collection of cool new bars and restaurants run by famous chefs who know how to cook for the in-crowd. All inside a modern skyrise with floor-to-ceiling windows, stunning views and a coveted Chelsea location. If you've stayed with us before, it's time to rediscover Kimpton Hotel Eventi, and all of NYC for that matter.

Walk to Nearby Attractions from Kimpton Hotel Eventi

  • Madison Square Garden - 3 blocks (6 min walk)
  • Penn Station – 4 blocks (6 min walk)
  • Macy’s Herald Square -3 blocks (5 min walk)
  • High line - 4 blocks (15 min walk)
  • Gallery & Flower District – 3 blocks (3 min walk)
  • Empire State Building – 3 blocks (6 min walk)
  • Madison Square Park, Flatiron, Eataly: (7 min walk)
  • Times Square - 12 blocks (14 min walk)
  • Theater District- 12 blocks (14 min walk)
  • Bryant Park & NY Public Library - 10 blocks (11 min walk)
  • Closest Path Train to New Jersey - 3 blocks (3 min walk)
  • Grand Central Station – 13 blocks (20 min walk)
Posted On Thursday, 27 July 2017 07:21 Written by

OAK BROOK, IL--(Marketwired - Jul 10, 2017) - In celebration of National Ice Cream Day on July 16, McDonald's USA (NYSE: MCD) is celebrating its iconic vanilla soft serve -- made with no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives -- by treating fans at participating restaurants nationwide to free Vanilla Cones. Guests wishing to enjoy a Vanilla Cone need only download the McDonald's mobile app and redeem the Free Vanilla Cone offer on July 16 to enjoy this delicious cold treat. Today, @McDonalds jumpstarted the National Ice Cream Day celebration by complimenting Twitter users with personalized #SoftServed tweets. For 24 hours, select fans will receive surprise tweets from @McDonalds that are sweet just like its soft serve. All tweets were penned in partnership with digital property, Nerdist.

Posted On Tuesday, 11 July 2017 05:18 Written by

Enjoy the best New York City events, festivals, and things to do with this calendar of events.


French street fair

July 9, 2017 (12 to 5 p.m.)

Celebrate our French allies on Bastille Day by eating crêpes and éclairs, tasting wine and cheese, watching mimes and cancan dancers, and visiting the kids’ corner, on E 60th Street (from Lexington to 5th Avenue). Free.


Tap-dance festival

July 9 - 15, 2017

NYC locations

See public performances or take classes at Tap City.

French Restaurant Week

July 9 - 16, 2017

multiple locations


French Restaurant Week

July 9 - 16, 2017

multiple locations

French restaurant week includes special deals at dozens of restaurants on the days between America’s Independence Day and France’s Bastille Day.Includes special deals at dozens of restaurants on the days between America’s Independence Day and France’s Bastille Day.


Asian films

July 9 - 16, 2017

Watch recent hit movies from China, Japan, and South Korea at the New York Asian Film Festival at Lincoln Center and SVA Theatre.


Free concerts at MoMA

July 9 - 30, 2017 (Sundays 8 p.m.)

Attend four weekly jazz and classical music concerts at Summergardenin the sculpture garden of the Museum of Modern Art. Limited seating. Free.


July 9 - Aug. 31, 2017

multiple locations

These discount ticket prices include tax and fees.


Free Summer Movies

July 9 - Sept. 20, 2017

NYC locations

Free Summer Movies are shown evenings at parks in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.



July 9 - Sept. 22, 2017

NYC locations

Enjoy outstanding music, comedy, theater, dance, lectures, and films during SummerStage in city parks. The (mostly) free concerts are popular, so arrive early.


Daytime cruise

July 9 - Oct. 29, 2017

Get great views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, and the Manhattan skyline on the one-hour standing-room International Sightseeing Cruise with narrated tour, leaving Pier 15.

Discount tickets $15 to $22 at Groupon.


Free film in Harlem

July 10, 2017

Outdoors Film & Music Festival begins with music at 6 p.m. followed by a movie at 8 p.m. or sundown at Marcus Garvey Park. Free.
  • July 10 - Get Out (rated R)


Hip-Hop Festival

July 10 - 15, 2017

Brooklyn locations

Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival celebrates hip-hop culture with panel discussions, films, exhibits, and a big closing-day concert at Brooklyn Bridge Park.


LGBT arts festival

July 10 - 23, 2017

3 miles south

Fresh Fruit Festival features 40 works of gay and lesbian theater, dance, film, music, and visual art at The Wild Project Theater.


Lincoln Center Festival

July 10 - 30, 2017

Enjoy extraordinary opera, music, dance, and theater that showcases contemporary artistic viewpoints at Lincoln Center Festival in and near Lincoln Center.


Readings at the bridge

July 10 - Aug. 14, 2017 (7 p.m. Mondays)

Hear authors read, ask them questions, and get your book signed at Books Beneath the Bridge outdoors at Granite Prospect in Brooklyn Bridge Park.



July 10 - August 26, 2017 

Birdland showcases jazz orchestras, vocalists, and virtuosos every night on West 44th Street, with a $10 food or drink minimum.

Discount tickets $15 to $30 at Goldstar.


Cocktail show

July 10 - Sept. 2, 2017 

A ticket to The Imbible includes 3 craft cocktails plus a comic romp through the history of spirits and cocktails at New World Stages.

Discount tickets $25 to $49 at Goldstar.


Musical: “Groundhog Day”

July 10 - Sept. 30, 2017

Based on the film starring Bill Murray, Groundhog Day is about a big-city weatherman stuck in a small town and mysteriously reliving the same day over and over again, which gives him extra chances to find love, at August Wilson Theatre.

Discount tickets $69 to $119 at Goldstar.


Big Brother is watching

July 10 - Oct. 8, 2017

Direct from London, 1984 is George Orwell’s chilling vision of a future full of governmental surveillance and oppression at Hudson Theatre for age 13+.

Discount tickets $35 to $79 at Goldstar.


Big-band dance party

July 11 - 15, 2017

Midsummer Night Swing begins with a lesson in swing, tango, salsa, etc., followed by a live band in Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center.


Outdoor movies

July 11 - Aug. 8, 2017

See free movies outdoors at Summer Movie Series at Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Arrive early.
  • July 11 - Good Morning, Vietnam
  • July 18 - Anchorman
  • July 25 - Cocktail


Shakespeare in the Park

July 11 - Aug. 13, 2017

For tickets to Shakespeare in the Park at Delacorte Theater in Central Park, pay $500 as a “supporter” or get free tickets by joining a lottery or waiting in line.


A Bronx Tale

July 11 - Sept. 6, 2017

Set in the 1960s, A Bronx Tale is about a young man caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be, co-directed by Robert De Niro at Longacre Theatre.

Discount tickets $69 to $109 midweek at Groupon.


Afternoon sail

July 11 - Oct. 9, 2017

Your sail aboard the historic schooner Shearwater from North Cove Yacht Harbor includes a beverage.

Discount tickets $27 to $31 at Goldstar.


Film festival

July 12 - 17, 2017

Long Island International Film Expo screens more than 100 short and feature-length independent films from around the world at Bellmore Movies. Awards July 20.


Science magic

July 12 - 30, 2017

A physics demonstrator from Rutgers University performs amazing feats in That Physics Show using cold liquid nitrogen, burning hydrogen, and bright laser lights at Elektra Theatre.

Discount tickets $32 at Goldstar.


Free mellow music

July 12 - Aug. 16, 2017

American Folk Art Museum offers concerts Wednesday at 2 p.m. and Friday at 5:30 p.m. Free.


French party

July 13, 2017 (6 p.m. to midnight)

1.7 miles SW

Celebrate with the French at the Bastille Day Ball, which has live jazz, passed hors d’oeuvres, and a cash bar at 404 NYC.


Broadway hits in the park

July 13 - Aug. 10, 2017 (Thursdays)

Bring a blanket to watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits Thursday afternoons at Broadway in Bryant Park. Free.


Thursday cruise with open bar

July 13 - Aug. 31, 2017 (Thursdays 7:30 p.m.)

The Happy Hour Cruise includes an open bar and views of the city at sunset and after dark, with food for sale, departing from Pier 83 for age 21+.

Discount tickets $49 to $59 at Goldstar.


Electronic music

July 14 - 16, 2017

multiple locations

New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF) showcases innovative electronic music and video art at Abrons Arts Center in June & National Sawdust in July.

Scary films

July 14 - 20, 2017

Enjoy new and old Scary Movies at Lincoln Center, and a vampire-themed costume party opening night.


Friday evening cruise

July 14 - Aug. 25, 2017 (7:30 to 10 p.m.)

Friday Night Sunset Happy Hour Cruise features scenic views and a no-host bar aboard Serenity Yacht, leaving Pier 40 at 353 West Street for age 21+.

Discount tickets $15 at Goldstar.


Music and beer party

July 15, 2017 (4 to 9 p.m.)

Tour de Fat is “a mix of musicians, circus performers, vaudeville acts, magicians, comedians, and mind-blowing provocateurs” with Fat Tire beer and music by “The Naked and Famous” at Pier 36. Children 12 and younger are free.

Discount adult tickets $19 at Groupon.


Waterfront day

July 15, 2017 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

City of Water Day celebrates the waterfront with boat tours, live music, family activities, games, and food vendors at Governors Island and elsewhere. Free.


Car race

July 15 - 16, 2017

Electric race cars speed through the streets of Brooklyn during the New York City ePrix, which has a grandstand plus an eVillage with displays and vendors.


New music

July 15 - Sept. 2, 2017 (12 to 9 p.m. Saturdays)

Warm Up is experimental live music, DJs and dancing in the outdoor courtyard of MoMA PS1 in Queens.


Current events comedy

July 15 - Sept. 3, 2017

Associated Press calls Newsical the Musical “The Daily Show set to music” since it tackles all of the news that’s fit to spoof, from politicians to celebrities, scandals to trends, headlines to gossip at Kirk Theatre.

Discount tickets $38 at Goldstar.


Classic soul & Motown revue

July 15 - Sept. 30, 2017

A Decade of Soul features R&B music of the classic soul era performed live on stage at B.B. King Blues Club ($10 minimum food/drink at tables).

Discount tickets $8 to $12 at Goldstar (Saturdays).


Latin street fair in the Bronx

July 16, 2017

Carnaval de la Cultura Latina promises “art, music, dance, and great food from Latino cultures, as well as a day of fun for the whole family” on Southern Boulevard (from 163rd St. to Westchester Ave.). Free.


Family magic show

July 16 & 23, 2017 (3:30 p.m.)

 The Amazing Max is “an awesome and amazing magic show “ [PBS Kids] at McGinn Cazale Theatre.

Discount tickets $25 at Goldstar.


Brunch on a sailboat

July 16 - Oct. 8, 2017

Enjoy skyline views on a two-hour Champagne Brunch Sail Aboard the Shearwater classic schooner, leaving North Cove Marina on Sundays.

Discount tickets $69 at Goldstar.


Jazz festival

July 18 - 27, 2017

Hear world-class jazz artists (including soulful singers, piano partners, and dueling drummers) at the Jazz in July Festival at 92nd Street Y.


Beer tasting

July 20, 2017 (6 to 9 p.m.)

Enjoy craft beer with food from local restaurants at Good Beer at 28 Liberty Street. Bring age 21 ID.


Games for everyone

July 21 - 22, 2017

two locations

Play fun games outdoors at Come Out & Play in Dumbo on Friday and Governors Island on Saturday. The Saturday event also offers a family version. Free.


Asian films

July 21 - 30, 2017

multiple locations

The Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) screens films by and about Asians and Asian Americans at 4 venues in NYC, Astoria, and Flushing.


Emotional courtroom drama

July 21 - 30, 2017

Based on the classic movie with men starring Henry Fonda, Twelve Angry Women is a riveting drama with an all-female jury at Times Square Arts Center.

Discount tickets $15 at Goldstar.


Short plays

July 21 - Sept. 2, 2017

Summer Shorts is a festival of new American short plays at 59E59 Theaters, grouped in 2 series of plays.


Jamaican festival

July 23, 2017 (noon to 8 p.m.)

16 miles SE

Expect a big turnout at Jamaican Jerk Festival, which offers Caribbean food and Jamaican music at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens.


Rock concert

July 23, 2017 (7:30 p.m.)

See two great acts when Boston + Joan Jett & The Blackhearts perform this summer at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh.

Discount tickets $20 to $60 at Goldstar.


NYC Restaurant Week

July 24 - Aug. 18, 2017 (except Saturdays)

NYC locations

Get a special deal on a 3-course lunch or dinner at 300 restaurants during NYC Restaurant Week. Held in January and July.


Classical music festival

July 25 - Aug. 20, 2017

Attend concerts, operas, late-night recitals, and world premieres at Mostly Mozart Festival, performed by the festival orchestra and special guests at Lincoln Center.

Discount tickets $43 at Goldstar.


Outdoor concerts

July 26 - Aug. 13, 2017

Out of Doors is three weeks of world-class music, dance, and spoken word in the plazas of Lincoln Center if dry. Free.


Animation festival

July 27 - 30, 2017

Animation Block Party exhibits all genres of independent, professional, and student animation at Rooftop Films & BAMcinématek in Brooklyn.


Indian dance powwow

July 28 - 30, 2017

Thunderbird American Indian Mid-Summer Pow Wow features inter-tribal Native American dance competitions and a crafts marketplace in the apple orchard at Queens County Farm Museum.


Poetry festival

July 29 - 30, 2017

5 miles south via ferry

NYC Poetry Festival features 250 poets on three stages, plus food, beverages, books, crafts, and a children’s festival, on Governor’s Island. Donation.

Discount tickets $10 for two drinks (beer or wine).


Harlem Week

July 30 - Aug. 26, 2017

Harlem Week is a month-long celebration of local culture and history that includes performances, tributes, films, fashion, a children’s festival, sports events, a 5K, and a street fair. Most events are free.


Games for social good

July 31 - Aug. 2, 2017

Explore the ways games can improve lives at Games for Change, which features talks, workshops, a game arcade, vendors, and awards at Parsons School of Design.
Posted On Sunday, 09 July 2017 19:44 Written by

Only a short distance from the famed Museum Mile and Madison Avenue designer shops, The Franklin Hotel is the perfect Upper East Side getaway near many top attractions in NYC. If you are looking for one of the best New York hotels near Central Park and other popular NYC attractions, visit the Franklin Hotel located at:

164 East 87th Street
New York, NY, 10128


Posted On Saturday, 08 July 2017 04:47 Written by

Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant

​268 W 135th St
Harlem, New York 10030

It is very nice to have authentic ethnic cuisine above 125th St. People in our neighborhood don’t have access to this type of fresh food. This food is a healthy alternative and worth me driving down from the Bronx!

Joel Carie

The food is great because you can taste all of the ingredients!  That’s what I like about it!”  

Imani Curry – Evangelist

Posted On Saturday, 08 July 2017 04:42 Written by
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