This definitive end to the thoroughbred racing season features horses from some of the world’s top racing stables.
The world’s largest marathon features 50,000 participants—from top professional athletes to a vast range of competitive, recreational, and charity runners.
The museum’s signature fundraising event celebrates yearly accomplishments and raises significant funds to continue the museum’s world-renowned exhibition program.
The culmination of the European Tour’s Race to Dubai.
England’s biggest winter festival offers ice-skating, a Ferris wheel and fairground rides, stalls brimming with toys and sweets, and festive shows.
This year’s competing nations will make for good entertainment over the Thanksgiving weekend in an event first played in 1900.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre continues its heritage of modern dance and African-American culture with selections from the company’s vast repertoire of more than 235 works by over 90 choreographers.
This international art fair’s Florida edition attracts private collectors and directors, curators, trustees, and patrons of nearly 200 museums and institutions. In 2015, the five-day show drew 77,000 visitors and hosted 267 leading galleries from 32 countries.
Visit Prague’s gothic Old Town Square and enjoy carol singers, short plays, and shopping for traditional crafts around a colossal Christmas tree.
Horses from around the world flock to the “turf world championships” to run for the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s $8.26 million pot.
“This is going to be mind blowing. Mind blowing…It’s about having an architecture that would enable the creation of a self-sustaining city on Mars with the objective of being a multi-planet species and a true space-faring civilization and one day being out there among the stars…I’m so tempted to talk more about the details of it. But I have to restrain myself. ”