This year started with a BANG!! Queen Streep Delivered one of the most talked about speeches last night at the  and she had many stunned, crying, overwhelmed, and at awe! clapping emoji.pngclapping-emojiclapping-emoji

We would like to take this opportunity of course to congratulate everyone that was nominated. Can’t wait for the !

Ok, let’s move to some other business, January is here and let´s pray that this year brings better and bigger things for us. Here are a few events happening in the city.




January 11th-

LINCOLN SQUARE – The New York Jewish Film Festival is an important cultural event featuring compelling films that highlight, honor, and celebrate the Jewish culture. Get tickets to take part in the celebration and experience some outstanding works at the Walter Reade Theater in Lincoln Center through January 24th! For more info click here 

January 13th-

THE BRONX – Head to The New York Botanical Garden for the Holiday Train Show in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory before it closes out for the season on January 16th. The exhibition showcases model trains and iconic New York City structures crafted from plant particles.

January 15th-

MANHATTAN – Tickets are on sale for Broadway discount week, the week of January 17th-February 5th. Get 2-for-1 deals on spectacular theater shows all week long. INFO 

January 16th-

FORT GREENE – Every January, artists, activists, civic leaders, and community members come together in the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Join them in celebrating Dr. King’s vision with a keynote address by Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi and performances by the Institutional Radio Choir and the Campbell Brothers.

January 21st-

MEATPACKING DISTRICTThe Whitney Museum of American Art features Insider Focus: The Andy Warhol Film Program from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Assistant curator Claire K. Henry will introduce and discuss The Andy Warhol Film Project, a collaboration between the artist, the Whitney, and the Museum of Modern Art.

January 26th-

MANHATTAN – Celebrate the Chinese New Year and the year of the Rooster by watching the NYC Chinese New Year Fireworks show over the Hudson River.

January 28th-

CENTRAL PARK – Get ready to enjoy all your favorite winter sports including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and games during Winter Jam in Central Park on the 28th.


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