Brooklyn Abolitionists/In Pursuit of Freedom
This major, long-term exhibit explores the unsung heroes of Brooklyn’s anti-slavery movement -- ordinary residents, black and white -- who shaped their neighborhoods, city and nation with a revolution...
Echoes of the Borscht Belt: Contemporary Photographs by Marisa Scheinfeld
From the 1920s through the 1960s, the Catskill Mountains, within easy driving distance of New York City, were a popular vacation destination for millions of Americans, many of them Jews. Known as the ...
The Last County: The Bronx, 1914-2014
This exhibit showcases the history and evolution of the Bronx during the past one hundred years using the resources of the NYC Municipal Archives and Library....
The Brightness of Heaven
CHERRY LANE THEATRE
38 Commerce Street, New York, NY
(Three blocks south of Christopher Street, just west of Seventh Avenue)
A NEW PLAY BY ACCLAIMED AUTHOR LAURA PE...
The stars of this tribute to the Harlem jazz clubs of the 1920s and ’30s are the 16 virtuosic musicians who perform — with verve, style and a good splash of sheer joy — about 25 songs from the period,...
Architecture of New York
This three-hour walking tour traverses one of the world's greatest thoroughfares, 42nd Street, to discuss architecture in New York City. Stretching from the East River to the Hudson River and cutting ...
History of Finance
In the company of an experienced Wall Streeter, this three-hour walk will focus on how New York began its commercial and financial dominance in the United States. We'll explore the origins of the stoc...
SoHo and the Cast Iron District
Since the 19th century, the neighborhood of SoHo (south of Houston) has housed the cityâ€™s upper class, its first red light district, luxury textile industries, some of the countryâ€™s most influenti...