The best show to see the famous Rockettes, this remains a tourist attraction for a reason.
The town pulls out all the stops for a multi-week extravaganza that will cheer up even the biggest Scrooge.
The New York City Ballet never disappoints with its rendition of this classic by George Balanchine.
New York City. One of the most notable black-tie galas in Manhattan with upwards of 700 guests, this event supports UNICEF’s work in more than 190 countries and territories. The organization seeks to save and improve children’s lives by providing health care, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.
Alvin Ailey will heat up New York with a month of modern dance performances when the dance troupe takes up its annual holiday residence at New York City Center from December 2 to January 3. Revelations, the company’s signature work, is set to African-American gospel spirituals, song-sermons and blues music. It was created from the choreographer’s “blood memories” of a childhood in rural Texas shaped by the Baptist Church. It is an experience so moving you will feel it in the tips of your toes.
More than 250 of the world’s leading art galleries showcase works from contemporary masters as well as emerging stars.
Holiday lights and music add atmosphere as multimillion-dollar yachts and other vessels sail across the harbor in this 107th annual event.
“Ride-sharing, in the old days, was everyone hopping in the VW bus to see [the Grateful Dead’s] Jerry [Garcia]. Now it’s about getting a seat on a King Air 350i ”