Japanese artist Isamu Noguchi was one pretty cool cat. The Ben Franklin of the art world, Noguchi was a real Renaissance man, and was well-known for his simplistic sculptures, public art, landscape architecture, lighting, and furniture. There’s a Noguchi Museum in Long Island City– dedicated to the jack-of-all-trades’s work, and,
The New Museum– currently home to a ridiculous giant slide, among other awesome artistic attractions– offers FREE admission every Thursday night from 7-9pm. There’s really no better way to spend a Thursday evening than viewing and discussing contemporary art, followed by whizzing down a humongous tube slide squealing gleefully like
If you are a normal human being, from time to time you may find yourself in need of a break from the gum wad-laden concrete and non-stop honking of New York City’s streets. So. Much. Honking. Lucky for you, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is offering up free admission to its
Until the internetz blesses us with a new spewy episode of Drunk History, it looks like we gotta take some learnin’ matters into our own hands. Fortunately The Museum of the City of New York is not only a pretty awesome way to do this anytime, but right now they’re
Attention Bank of America customers: Whatever beef you have with the red-white-and-blue financial institution, squash it. At least for a couple days here and there. I’m not sure how I stumbled upon this little known fact, but BoA offers its cardholders FREE admission to more than 100 museums, zoos, science
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Tomorrow is Earth Day. If you wanna get one with nature, there are trees you can hug in Central Park, Prospect Park, smaller neighborhood parks, or just on the street. Though it’s a little difficult to wrap your arms around the saplings that line most NYC blocks. If you’d rather
Passover, Easter, the resurrection of Christ, and the exodus from Egypt will all be heartily ignored in favor of a non-discriminatory posting about a party celebrating something that clearly deserves acknowledgement: the eggbeater. In my experience the bastard is hard to clean up – I always tried to lick