If you’re in New York City this summer and looking for something fun and free to do, check out The New York Public Library’s “Celebrating 100 Years” exhibition at its landmark building on Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street. It’s hard to believe that this beautiful building with its famous marble lions first opened to the […]
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June 15th, 2011 · No Comments
June 8th, 2011 · Comments Off on One Million Acts of Kindness: A Reminder to Be Kinder
Folks, meet Bob Votruba and his terrier and travel companion, Bogart. Bob gave up a fairly comfortable existence to travel the world spreading one simple idea – be kinder to one another.
May 12th, 2011 · Comments Off on Live Video Streaming from Block Parties and Street Festivals in New York City – Saturday, May 14th
View Live Broadcast from CUNY in a larger map Click on the points above for all the fun events going on in the city, May 14th. Come back on Saturday to see live video and streaming from street festivals and block parties. Every day in New York City during Spring and Summer, residents flock to […]
March 29th, 2011 · 2 Comments
By Channon Hodge and Judy Le NYC Bhangra and The Indian Ministry of Culture sponsored the East Side’s Holi Festival in New York City. This Festival of Colors featured a feast of food, henna art, dance performances, and music spun from DJ Guru.
March 7th, 2011 · No Comments
By Channon Hodge and Sarah Ewald Emily Fisher Landau donated over 400 pieces of bold American Artwork to The Whitney Museum of American Art – on display now. She began her love of forward-thinking art as a volunteer at The Whitney almost 50 years ago. When they collected, she collected, and now the Whitney is […]