The community center’s rent has been raised $10,000 and are rallying community support.
Despite moving the dance marathon’s date to the fall semester, organizers raised less than half of what it did at the same event this past January.
The Museum of the City of New York hosts an exhibit on the excess of the Gilded Age through the end of the month.
British author Zadie Smith discusses her newest novel with the Barnard International Artists Series.
Neighborhood Watch: If midterms are getting you down—or if you’re celebrating the end of exams—don your best hipster garb, hop on the subway, and head down to Union Square to mingle with NYU students over some good food, diverse entertainment, and excellent shopping.
The work of the celebrated cartoonist will soon be housed in Butler Library.
“The Raging 70s,” which opens Tuesday, captures New York City’s Puerto Rican and Dominican communities through the lens of Associated Press photographer Bolivar Arellano.
A new Whitney exhibit explores the iconic pop artist's careerI
A new exhibit in Buell Hall takes a look at the history of La Maison Française in honor of its centennial.
Walk in the park: Janet Ruttenberg's panoramas of Central Park are on display at the Museum of the City of New York.
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