Russian & Turkish Baths
Since 1892, this has been the spa for anyone who wants to get naked (or stay in their swimsuit) and romp in steam baths, an ice-cold...
St Marks Place
One of the most magical things about New York is that every street tells a story, from the action unfurling before your eyes to the...
Wholly unpretentious, these twin boxcar-sized bars could easily become your neighborhood local if you decide to stick around town. The...
Family-run Mogador is a long-running NYC classic serving fluffy piles of couscous, char-grilled lamb and merguez sausage over basmati...
150 First Ave · interesting places nearby
PS 122 information
This theatre set in a former schoolhouse has been committed to fostering new artists and their far-out ideas since its inception in 1979. Its two stages have hosted such now-known performers as Meredith Monk, Eric Bogosian and the late Spalding Gray, and it’s also home to dance shows, film screenings and various festivals for up-and-coming talents.
Currently PS 122 is undergoing a massive transformation as it creates new state-of-the-art performance spaces and adds additional artist studios, a new lobby and a roof deck. There will also be an outdoor light installation called Inhale/Exhale that will give a gentle pulse to the whole building, making it appear alive. PS 122 is scheduled to reopen in mid-2016.