J.J. Abrams’s “Star Trek Into Darkness” is so much better than it needs to be you just might regret decades of smirking at Trekkie convention-going geeks.
Blackstone Group Vice Chairman Byron Wien took a break from his chilled corn lobster bisque last night to talk about “the big ideas” of the summer.
Check out Ft. Greene’s two-day Afro- punk Festival, with appearances by Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae, Das Racist, Toro Y Moi and many others.
For some cheeky fun tonight, attend the New York premiere of “Renard” choreographed by Mark Morris. With evocative Russian melodies, Stravinsky’s music provides humor and drama for the age-old story of the fox in the henhouse.
Show off your double Axels while you beat the heat in a snow globe that’s popped up underneath the High Line.
Before going out on the town, check the latest Irene update.
This year, New Yorkers don’t need to travel to the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, the annual French musical jamboree: The one outstanding production comes from the Metropolitan Opera.
A very watery production is stealing the show at France’s Aix-en-Provence festival this year.
Get Spiritualized at Radio City Music Hall as Jason Pierce and his bandmates recreate their 1997 album “Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space.”
Cadillac is back at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts after a brief detour to the financial repair shop.