New York’s biggest contemporary art fair sweeps the city in March, showcasing the new work of thousands of artists from around the world.
Founded in 2003 by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, the Tribeca Film Festival is now a major star of the indie movie circuit. Gaggles of celebs come to walk the red carpets each spring.
Gay Pride Month culminates in a major march down Fifth Ave on the last Sunday of the month. NYC Pride is a five-hour spectacle of dancers, drag queens, gay police officers, leathermen, lesbian soccer-moms and repres…
Catch major world premieres from prominent directors at this Lincoln Center event, held in September.
A three-day October lineup of interviews, talks and tours from some of the most prominent literary and cultural figures in the world.
Performers bring theater, music, dance and film to downtown parks for two weeks in June.
Rowdy, loyal crowds descend on the narrow streets of Little Italy for carnival games, sausage-and-pepper sandwiches, deep-fried Oreos and more Italian treats than you can stomach in one evening. For more than 80 yea…
In January, the Jewish Museum collaborates with Lincoln Center to present the annual New York Jewish Film Festival.
Every year in the first week of January, the streets of Spanish Harlem are filled with parading schoolchildren, donkeys and sheep, celebrating Christmas in the tradition of many Latin American and Caribbean countrie…
Civil-rights leader Martin Luther King is commemorated annually with a birthday gala parade down Fifth Ave from 86th to 61st Sts.