Fabrizio Politi appears to live a luxury lifestyle but Geri Halliwell’s ex allegedly skipped out on paying tens of thousands in rent for his apartment overlooking Central Park.
New Yorkers show off their bodies in the summer. And this year they won’t have to travel far to do so, with the opening of Manhattan’s first ever public beach near the Whitney.
The re-mounted Public Theater/Public Works 2017 production of Shakespeare’s play is an earnest and hearty celebration of community, but not a great production of a Bard classic.
Artist James Colomina wants his red sculpture of a tiny tank-bestriding Vladimir Putin to highlight “children’s courage when faced with violent, catastrophic situations.”
Danai Gurira is a coolly charismatic Richard III in a new Shakespeare in the Park production that revels in showing us the swagger of a royal villain.
Brooklyn now rivals Manhattan as a great place to live, work and visit—and its city park is at least the equal of the famous Central Park.
During the 1850s, a wave of Black families migrated from lower Manhattan to a neighborhood in what became Central Park. Now the Met re-examines the legacy of Seneca Village.