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Friday, December 11, 2020
From sidewalk seating to rooftop yoga, New York City is bringing alfresco activities back in the best (and safest!) way possible.
A Double Feature
With Rooftop Films
On March 26, visit the Queens Drive-In for a showing of two classic American films:
Thelma & Louise
Desperately Seeking Susan
Photo courtesy of Rooftop Films/Facebook
Moynihan Train Hall
The brand-new $1.6 billion transit hub is now open for commuters (and those who love art and architecture!).
Photo by Tom G./Yelp
: Best Seen After Dark
NYC- and L.A.-based artists showcase their perspectives on 2020 through their latest photographic works, on view in the Seaport District.
Photo courtesy of Seaport District NYC
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Tour in Manhattan
Turn back the clock to 1950s New York City for a tour of locations used in the popular show (and learn a few insider secrets!).
Photo courtesy of On Location Tours
or a Good Cause
Go admire the vibrant lanterns lighting up the streets of Chinatown and then support its many local businesses.
on Columbus Avenue
Businesses and storefront owners come together to help spotlight local artists with Art on the Ave, from West 68th to 77th Streets.
Photo courtesy of Art on the Ave
Before happily wishing 2020 goodbye, check out this Brooklyn hub's colorful roller rink, candy-topped hot cocoa, firepits, and more.
Photo courtesy of Industry City
The Skyline in Williamsburg
Practice your toe loops (or just admire the Manhattan views) while skating the William Vale's rooftop rink.
Jazzy Date Night
This Sunday support a small business and grab front-row sidewalk seats to the Grange Bar & Eatery's weekly live jazz show.
Photo by Chris Bair/Unsplash
Happiness Blooms at the
Get lost in Queens County Farm Museum's many flowery art installations—guaranteed to punch up any Instagram page.
Photo courtesy of the Fall Escape
Hudson River Park's
Visit Tribeca's new pier, with a multiuse recreation area, five native ecological zones, and the 15,000-square-foot Tide Deck.
The Brooklyn artist's photography collection “Brief & Drenching” will be on view at Fotografiska.
Photo courtesy of Fotografiska New York/Facebook
Wild Encounters at the
Check out the interactive Aguatheater, feed the marine animals, and get a closer look at sharks!
Photo courtesy of New York Aquarium/Facebook
The MCNY Exhibition
“New York Responds”
The Museum of the City of New York tells the stories of 2020 through photographs in its newest outdoor installation.
Photograph by Francesca Magnani @magnanina/Courtesy of Museum of the City of New York
An Artsy Party at
Paint ’N Pour
"Paint like Picasso; drink like Van Gogh" at this Harlem studio space (or virtual experience).
Photo courtesy of Paint ’N Pour/Facebook
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