This Week
On The Avenue

  • Bill Cunningham Captivated New York City

    Dear New York Times Editors: For most people, I’m sure that Bill Cunningham’s recent death was just another bit of sad news in a very sad week. But to the fashion and social crowd, we’ve lost an emblem, and his death represents the end of an era. As the editor of a society magazine and

  • Broadway’s “She Loves Me” Makes History with Livestream Thursday

    On June 30 BroadwayHD and Roundabout Theatre Company will live stream the musical She Loves Me, making history with the first ever Broadway show to be broadcasted live online. The classic musical stars Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Tony Award-winner Jane Krakowski. BroadwayHD has previously sponsored the Behind the Scenes Show for the 70th Annual

  • Ella on the Run, It-Girl

    Ella On The Run, a London based singer and songwriter, first came into the musical spotlight in 2014 with her debut single Golden Boys. Its heady mixture of smooth vocals and electronic beats immediately got her the attention of media and fans alike as well as landing her on the list of Glastonbury’s emerging artists. Ella studied

  • Sing for Hope Invites New Yorkers to Tickle the Ivories

    New York City’s public pianos are back! Hand-painted Sing for Hope pianos will be stationed across the five boroughs for the public to visit, play and enjoy from June 9 through June 19. The non-profit organization founded by opera singers Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora aims to bring the power of art to those who

  • MET Breuer Presents Unfinished Exhibit

    The new Met Breuer on Madison Avenue is a must see in NYC this summer. An extension of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Met Breuer is dedicated to modern and contemporary art. The latest exhibit, Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, examines the question of when a work of art is truly completed. Spanning both the

  • Eat (RED) Save Lives Campaign Launches

    For all the foodies out there, this one’s for you. Today marks the official start to the Eat (RED) Save Lives Campaign—an exciting line up of culinary related happenings in June throughout the city, to raise funds and awareness for The Global Fund to fight AIDS.


    Oh hello, spring! It may have seemed like forever for the warm weather to kick in, but finally, we’ve made it to higher temps and that means one thing’s for sure: rooftop dining. Enjoying a meal with a view is always better, and NYC hotspot CATCH is just about the perfect place to do so.

  • Fashion

    Barneys New York returns to its retailer roots. The luxury store has opened a Chelsea flagship on Seventh Avenue between 16th Street and 17th Street, which is the same block where the company was founded in 1923 by Fred Pressman. Designed by award-winning New York-based architectural firm Steven Harris Architects, this new 58,000-square-foot shopping marvel, spanning