Something exciting happens every day (and every minute) in New York City, and below you’ll find some of the best ways to experience the five boroughs’ energy right now. New attractions and restaurants, top sports and nightlife events, the hottest shops and seasonal guides—we’ve got everything you need to make the most of this moment in the world’s greatest city.
Broadway and TV star Michael Urie returns as the host of the Drama Desk Awards for the second year in a row.
Free Shakespeare plays are the thing each summer in the City.
The Met Fifth Avenue honors Rei Kawakubo, whose clothes are both art and fashion.
You're gonna rock and roll all night, and you're not going to pay.
The legendary “Weekend Update” anchor tells us the funniest thing about New York City.
The Times Square attraction shows the world's greatest sights—in miniature.
Artist Dale Chihuly has been creating striking pieces of blown glass since the 1970s. See them on view in the Bronx at the New York Botanical Garden
We strapped a GoPro to our thrill-ride correspondent so you could take a virtual roller coaster journey.
Chihuly’s are on display in a garden exhibition (his first in NYC in more than 10 years) at the New York Botanical Garden.
Visit Gulliver’s Gate in Times Square to explore the world’s landmarks under one roof.
Food, drink, shopping and more great finds just steps from your ferry stop.
Here are the 2017 nominees for the best of Off-Broadway.
Read our Whitney Biennial Guide for a few of our favorite pieces, then see the show for yourself.
This exhibition traces the colorful 300-year-plus history of tattooing in New York City.
Go where the Guinness flows and the welcome is warm.
Here’s the best art in the new Second Avenue subway stations.
Celebrate women’s history month by honoring these prominent New Yorkers.
Check out 15 of the coolest New York City subway stations for their art, design and views.
The famed singer and newly minted Broadway star discusses his love of the theater—and NYC.