The Eight-Day Week
Wednesday, October 5
Walk It Off
El Camino de Santiago is an ancient religious pilgrimage that for centuries has led Christians to a cathedral in northwestern Spain. It’s said to be the final resting place of Saint James. It’s also the subject of a new film, The Way, starring Martin Sheen Read More
The Eight-Day Week
Wednesday, September 28
Hip Hop for Haiti
As we head into October, New York again braces itself for the annual autumn spree of charity functions. And though the foundations vary, representing any number of worthy causes, it still seems you can’t go a week in this town without a benefit Read More
Thursday, Sept. 9
Must-See Show: Rachel Comey, Pier 59 Studios, 4 p.m.
Background: The brand is known for attention to detail, modern silhouettes with vintage accents and downtown-hipster clients.
Catch Them if You Can: Richard Chai, Vena Cava, Billy Reid
Friday, Sept. 10
Must-See Show: Jason Wu, 82 Mercer Street, 2 p.m.
Background: Michelle Read More
The art of New England is far from just portraits of Puritans — “banned” art, performance art and political art make up some of the area’s current offerings. In fact, great art cuts a swath through much of the Berkshires Read More
The future of New York builds on its past. Here, a look at some urban planning and architecture events that detail the city’s grand history, seek to spiff up its current look or plot what it might be like in 2030.
New York City: The Future Metropolis
June 10, 6 p.m.
SolarOne Education Center
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9 a.m. One hundred immigrants, standing before a copy of the Declaration of Independence, will take a citizenship oath at the The New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at 77th Street.
9 a.m. Timberland and SSBx volunteers will help clean up Hunts Point as part of Earth Day celebration at the Hunts Point Riverside Read More