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The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) will present Taylor Swift: Storyteller, a career-spanning look at the artistic reinventions of the 12-time GRAMMY Award–winning artist who is one of the most prolific songwriters in history. Opening May 20 to coincide with Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour Tri-State area performances, the exhibition will be on view exclusively at MAD through September 4, […]

World-renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman will return for an intimate afternoon of music and storytelling on Sunday, May 7 at 4 p.m. During “An Afternoon with Itzhak Perlman,” the reigning virtuoso of the violin will perform select classical pieces and share stories, photos, and other forms of media from his archives and legendary career. Accompanying Perlman […]

I grew up with parents who believed experiences were more important than things. Birthday gifts were ice skating lessons, horseback riding camp, dance classes, gymnastics, and pottery painting parties, so when I wanted to celebrate my 18th birthday I knew immediately what my “parent-approved” experience should be…a day in Manhattan, featuring a trip to The […]

Oscar’s five decades of trash experience on full display in original video, digital, social and out-of-home content that shows how garbage can help fuel the future of air travel United Airlines today named Sesame Street’s Oscar the Grouch as its first Chief Trash Officer as he and the airline celebrate his love of rubbish. United Airlines’ […]

The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM), are pleased to announce that the Museums for All initiative has reached a milestone of 1,000 participating museums. An initiative of IMLS, and administered by ACM, Museums for All is a national access program that encourages individuals of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly to enjoy […]

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America’s State Parks are inviting everyone to start the new year off enjoying time spent in nature and tapping into the health benefits of being outdoors. To make it easy, state parks from Maine to California are offering free, First Day Hikes on January 1st. The guided hikes are led by park staff members and […]

As soon as the clock hits midnight on December 1st, the holiday season officially begins. Everyone is super excited for the wintertime, and it seems like NYC is too. Christmas and Hanukkah are a couple of weeks away, and I needed to find something festive to do. Thankfully, Winter Village in Bryant Park recently reopened […]

*Sponsored Content Having grown up in Long Island there are a lot of seasonal traditions that I experienced that I wanted to share with my children. When I look back on my childhood there was always that one specific thing I remember about each season and I’ve kept those traditions going as a mom with […]

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