Author: K. Leander Williams

September 9, 2013

Plan Ahead NYC: Going, Going…

This week’s “book now” alert: Tickets for NYC’s favorite film fest are going like hot cakes (used to go). Act fast!

September 3, 2013

Plan Ahead NYC

This week’s “book now” alerts: a chance to shine as a Real New Yorker, a rare volunteer opportunity and a special course taught by a star of New York’s art world.

August 15, 2013

Planet Talk: Monologist David Greenberger

David Greenberger has been interviewing seniors for the past 30 years and turning their stories into musical monologs.

June 21, 2013

Mark Your Calendar: Summer in the City

Film, music, theater… Summer is finally here, and there’s a lot going on. Check out our picks of the season’s NYC events.

March 22, 2013

It Was 50 Years Ago Today

Is the Beatles’ first album, released 50 years ago, in your collection? What’s the connection between the Beatles and the Kennedy assassination? Read on!

December 12, 2012

Explore: “Unsilent Night”

Don’t miss this holiday tradition: a mobile art happening, a sound sculpture and a novel way to spread Christmas cheer in one participatory procession.

October 31, 2012

Explore: Free Post-Sandy Sounds at “Falafel, Freilach, and Frijoles”

Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra leader Arturo O’Farrill has pulled together two evenings of upbeat Yiddish meets Español sounds—a perfect opportunity to make the best of a bad situation.