By NYC Media
Join a variety of hosts as they showcase special events, government programs, and daily life around the Big Apple.
2014 Made in New York Awards
Albert Maysles, Neil Patrick Harris, Rosie Perez, Louis CK, Steve Buscemi and more, are honored at the 9th annual Made in NY awards celebrating the big name and bold faces that make NYC the entertainment capital.
In celebration of the hit television series, Friends, 20th anniversary, the show’s Central Perk Café comes to life for fans to enjoy.
Global Partners Junior celebrates the end of its Summer 2014 program with a student exhibition and award presentation at the Herbert Von King Cultural Arts Center.
The legendary Fania Records celebrates their 50th anniversary with Summerstage with a series of free events across the City.
Kéla Walker is on the scene at Prospect Park to check out the Celebrate Brooklyn concert series.
Kela Walker visits the South Street Seaport to see how all the change is making it at the new summer hangout.
NYC Premiere of Begin Again with Keira Knightly, Mark Ruffalo and Adam Levine.
New York’s River to River Festival. Eleven days of free cultural activities featuring music, dance, theater and visual arts in Lower Manhattan.
The Stars of Broadway come out for a free concert in Shubert Alley to celebrate the Tony Awards with theatre lovers.
The United Palace Theater, one of the five Loew’s Wonder Theaters of the 1920s, is bringing film and live entertainment back to the Washington Heights community.
Kela Walker is on the scene for the 2014 Tony Award nominations and to check out the 1st ever Tony Award Popup Shop.
The program was developed by the Department of Cultural Affairs in collaboration with the Department for the Aging, and five of the City's local arts councils.
City Councilman Jumaane D. Williams honors nine extraordinary women from New York City who are making tremendous strides in their fields and strengthening NYC communities.
If you're looking for a great way to volunteer in your community, look no further than your local City hospital.
Women's Project Theater is a 36-year old, award-winning company dedicated to developing career opportunities of female playwrights, directors and producers.
Kela Walker heads to Lincoln Center to check out New York Fashion.
Kela Walker takes a first run of Super Bowl Boulevard and gets the lowdown on what to expect as the Super Bowl takes over the City.
It's nothing short of a Fashion Touchdown when Bloomingdales and 48 designers from the Council for Fashion Designer of America team up to support the NFL Foundation and celebrate NYC as the Host of Super bowl 48.
Spaceworks is a not-for-profit organization developed by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs to help artists with affordable work space.