New York is a city of trash and art: hot garbage smells waft down streets packed with world-class museums and galleries. It’s a city of extremes and diverse experiences. The New Museum embraces these clashes in its newest exhibit, “Nari Ward: We the People,” on view from Feb. 13 to May 26.
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If Thursday goes well, you can keep the Valentine’s Day love flowing at the Bowery Poetry Club. On Sunday, the venue will host a release party for Brooklynite Drew Pisarra’s collection of love sonnets, Infinity Standing Up. Just be aware that Pisarra, known for bringing haikus to the marquee of Nitehawk Prospect Park, may be suspicious of your newfound love.
There’s something very East Village about Russian Doll — not just because it’s set around Tompkins Square Park, but because it’s filled with art, drugs, music, parties and cigarettes.
Chinatown kicked off the Lunar New Year today with the 20th New Year Firecracker Ceremony & Cultural Festival, hosted at Sara D. Roosevelt Park on the Lower East Side.