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Cultural Diversity Abounds with Museum Mile Festival
2 months ago

Cultural Diversity Abounds with Museum Mile Festival

Cultural diversity abounds with the 41st annual Museum Mile Festival in New York City on June 11th. That's when eight museums along Fifth Avenue open their doors for free to the public from 6pm to 9pm come rain or shine. The annual cultural event takes place along Fifth Avenue from 82nd Street to 110th Street. [...]
JanArtsNYC Returns to Kick-Off New Year
8 months ago

JanArtsNYC Returns to Kick-Off New Year

JanArtsNYC returns to kick-off the new year with a month-long annual celebration of the performing arts around the globe. Performing arts enthusiasts, advocates, artists and fans can expect a flurry of eventful activity in the City throughout the month. A kaleidoscope of industry conferences, forums, music concerts, public festivals, salutes, retrospectives and award ceremonies will [...]
Third Time’s a Charm for France Rocks NYC
1 year ago

Third Time’s a Charm for France Rocks NYC

The third time’s a charm for France Rocks NYC, a summer music festival that brings the best of French produced music to NYC. The third annual France Rocks Summerfest kicks-off this weekend in New York City and runs through July 5. France Rocks founder Michele Amar tells us what to expect and how the music [...]
June Sun Shines on Safety, Pride, Environment and More
1 year ago

June Sun Shines on Safety, Pride, Environment and More

June sun shines awareness on Safety, LGBTQ Pride, the Environment, Summerfests and more worthwhile causes and fun events. It is the month to celebrate the official onset of Summer, Fathers, Hunger and festivals galore. Here are five top June Events to know. IN THE SUNLIGHT >NATIONAL SAFETY MONTH -- Every June, the National Safety Council [...]
Tribeca Film Festival Spotlights Gender Equality & Diversity
1 year ago

Tribeca Film Festival Spotlights Gender Equality & Diversity

When the Tribeca Film Festival opens April 18th for its 17th year, the spotlight will illuminate a more equal playing field that supports gender equality and diversity. Forty-six percent of this year’s films are directed by women – the highest percentage in the festival’s history. Image courtesy of the Tribeca Film Festival The 2018 feature [...]
Easter Sunday Fashions Socially Sparked
1 year ago

Easter Sunday Fashions Socially Sparked

Easter Sunday fashions Socially Sparked our lives at the traditional Easter Parade in New York City today. The tradition of the Easter Parade on NYC's famed 5th Avenue dates back to the mid-1800s. 2018's post parade celebration at legendary Rockefeller Center did not dissapoint. Nor did the weather. Here's a look. EASTER SUNDAY FASHIONISTAS OF [...]
Scott Sharrard & Friends Live from NYC’s Irving Plaza
1 year ago

Scott Sharrard & Friends Live from NYC’s Irving Plaza

Scott Sharrard & Friends live from NYC's Irving Plaza brought down the house last night. Dubbed the 'secret show' orchestrated by Grammy-nominee Sharrard, (former musical director/guitarist/vocalist of The Gregg Allman Band) the concert was part tribute to the late Gregg Allman and his final Grammy-nominated album Southern Blood and part celebration of the 47th anniversary [...]
Twofers Returns: NYC Off-Broadway Week 2018 Begins
2 years ago

Twofers Returns: NYC Off-Broadway Week 2018 Begins

Twofers return as NYC Off-Broadway Week 2018 begins. From February 12th thru February 25th, theatre lovers -- New Yorkers and visitors alike -- can seize the opportunity to take in an Off-Broadway show for a steal -- two for one tickets. The ninth annual Off-Broadway Week includes more than 36 unique Off-Broadway productions that include [...]
NYC Red Carpet Ready for Grammys® Return
2 years ago

NYC Red Carpet Ready for Grammys® Return

NYC is red carpet ready for the GRAMMYS® return this week. It's been 15 years since the Recording Academy™ last brought the Grammy Awards® to New York and the Big Apple is ready to be Socially Sparked® once again. A fitting finale to JanArtsNYC, GRAMMY Week brings thousands of industry professionals, artists, producers, creatives and [...]
NYC RESTAURANT WEEK BEGINS
2 years ago

NYC RESTAURANT WEEK BEGINS

NYC Restaurant Week begins today, January 22nd and runs thru February 9th. Hosted by NYC & Company, foodies and non-foodies alike will have the opportunity to experience and enjoy over 375 diverse participating restaurants across 42 neighborhoods for the next 17 days. Here's what to expect. This season features 32 new restaurant participants: Almond Flatiron, [...]
Return of The Women’s March 2018
2 years ago

Return of The Women’s March 2018

The return of the Women’s March 2018 marks the anniversary of its historic inaugural year. On Saturday, January 20, 2018, millions of women and people of all genders across the country will once again raise their voices to demand equality for all humans. Alot has happened on the women’s movement front since last year’s march. [...]
NYE Ball Drops; Curtain Rises for JanArtsNYC
2 years ago

NYE Ball Drops; Curtain Rises for JanArtsNYC

The NYE Ball drops while the curtain rises for JanArtsNYC, a month-long annual celebration of the performing arts around the globe. Performing arts enthusiasts, advocates, artists and fans can expect a flurry of eventful activity in the City throughout the month. A kaleidoscope of industry conferences, forums, music concerts, public festivals, salutes, retrospectives and award [...]
NYC Second Avenue Subway Turns 1
2 years ago

NYC Second Avenue Subway Turns 1

NYC's Second Avenue Subway turns 1 and there's a lot to celebrate. It's been nearly 100 years since the subway expansion began. The $4.45 billion project has Socially Sparked® riders, New Yorkers and visitors lives. The first phase of the expansion provides service to the Upper East Side of Manhattan from 96th St. to 63rd [...]
Rockefeller Tree Lighting Sparks Holiday Season
2 years ago

Rockefeller Tree Lighting Sparks Holiday Season

The iconic Rockefeller Tree Lighting Ceremony sparks the Holiday Season for the 85th year. This year’s tree stems from Pennsylvania -- a Norway spruce -- 75 feet tall, weighing 22,000 pounds. Nearly 50,000 multi-colored LED lights adorn the giant spruce. As in years past, the nationally televised musical extravaganza begins at 6:30PM ET with the [...]
Let’s Dance: NYC 91 Year-Old Cabaret Law Repealed
2 years ago

Let’s Dance: NYC 91 Year-Old Cabaret Law Repealed

Let’s Dance to the news; NYC’s 91 year-old Cabaret Law expected to be repealed today by The City Council. What does this mean? Congratulations are in order for New York City proprietors, patrons and tourists alike, who soon can be dancing in many more of the 26,000 NYC venues and restaurants. Only 100 currently are [...]
New Theatre Festival Changing Paradigm for Playwrights
2 years ago

New Theatre Festival Changing Paradigm for Playwrights

By  •  Theatre

A new theatre festival in NYC is changing the paradigm for playwrights. At least, that’s what Broadway Bound Theatre Festival founder Lenore M. Skomal is hoping.

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9 NYC Restaurants Recharging UES Nightlife
2 years ago

9 NYC Restaurants Recharging UES Nightlife

Up and down Manhattan’s Upper East Side (UES) from 1st Avenue to 3rd — restaurants are increasingly adding live entertainment to their mix — recharging UES nightlife and hopefully their …
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Live Entertainment After Dark Sparks UES Return to Glory Days
2 years ago

Live Entertainment After Dark Sparks UES Return to Glory Days

Old School is New School - Sort of New York City’s iconic social gathering eatery and watering hole returns to its after dark glory days with a reboot fitting for 21st Century Upper East Side Manhattanites. And they're not the only ones. Up and down the Upper East Side from 1st Avenue to 3rd Avenue, [...]
Swing & Soul Music to Electrify France Rocks Finales
2 years ago

Swing & Soul Music to Electrify France Rocks Finales

By  •  Music, New York

Swing and soul music are expected to electrify France Rocks Summerfest finale shows. The month-long music festival began in New York City June 1st and will end next week on …
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June’s Finale Shines Brightly on Gay Pride
2 years ago

June’s Finale Shines Brightly on Gay Pride

Annual NYC LGBTQ Pride March Marks New Firsts June's finale shines brightly on Gay Pride. The final weekend of Gay Pride Month is filled with celebrations for everyone culminating in Sunday, June 25th's predominately designated day for Pride Marches and Parades around the country and across the globe. This year's theme is "We Are Proud." [...]