Must-See Arts & Culture

by staff, 11/13/2013

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  • New York stories will be a persistent theme throughout the City's winter 2013–2014 arts and culture season. For example: visitors can once again learn about the experiences of immigrants who passed through Ellis Island, where the museum, closed for rehabilitation work after Superstorm Sandy, has now reopened. Children and those who love literature can discover links between The Little Prince and New York City during a showcase at the Morgan Library & Museum. An exhibition at the Brooklyn Historical Society helps tell the story of New York City's role in the antislavery movement. And classic holiday tales like The Nutcracker and A Christmas Carol are revisited at the Apollo Theater and the Morgan.

    Read on for even more things to do this winter. For information on current NYC events and exhibitions, visit our Arts, Culture & Entertainment page. For additional ideas, see our weekly "Free This Week" and "Top Five Events" features; check out our concert, comedy, fashion, art, nightlife and sports listings; see our roundup of annual events; and search for an event in our calendar.

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