From “pronoun” to the “of Montreal,” here’s what’s orbiting our musical universe this week.
To the day, a year has passed. A president’s first year foibles contemplated by signs of protest marching.
It may have been a cold and rainy New York but the 14th annual Winter JazzFest, from January 10th to 17th, brought plenty of heat.
A new exhibition entitled GORDON MATTA-CLARK: ANARCHITECT recently opened at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, located at 165th Street and the Grand Concourse.
Where do SXSW musicians play before the big Austin music festival? Those seeking some Southern hospitality swing by the Savannah Stopover Music Festival.
It’s possible to have a perfectly lovely weekend away in January in Connecticut without any winter sports. Here’s how to do it.
You only truly arrive, upon entering through the wrought-iron gates of The Dylan on Keizergracht.
The Irish Repertory Theatre has staged one of the most famous holiday parties in literature, the one depicted in James Joyce’s story “The Dead.”
*** NEW YORK, New York, November 23 — The 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade kicked off under sunny skies and cool temperatures as hundreds of thousands lined the parade route to celebrate the start of the holiday season in New York City with a march of clowns, floats, bands, and larger-than-life balloons. *** *** *** … Continue reading Photo Essay – The 2017 Thanksgiving Day Parade – New York City
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