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Who Is Thelonious Monk? Nov. 15, 2008 at Lincoln Center

New York City Saturday, Nov. 15, 2008, jazz musical compositions by Thelonius Sphere Monk, 1PM concert performed by the Lincoln Centre Jazz Orchestra led by Wynton Marsalis ...

Jazz For Young People - "Who Is Thelonious Monk?" Hosted by Wynton Marsalis, Lincoln Center, Rose Theater, Broadway at 60th Street, New York, 1 pm and 3 pm. tickets.




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Posted November 10, 2008 08:27 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Music   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)


Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle: This whole area has been transformed ... the Mandarin Oriental Hotel has a bar on the 35th floor overlooking the Central Park South ... Columbus Circle is a great place to hang-out and meet friends...and now we get the Museum of Art and Design ... peel-off your cob-webs and head to the Columbus Circle area...

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Posted October 2, 2008 08:47 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Sandra Rivera - Flamenco San Juan - FREE

Free out-door concert at the Naumburg Bandshell, naumburgconcerts.org

Sandra Rivera - Flamenco San Juan, July 22, 2008, 7:30 pm, at the Naumburg Bandshell, Central Park, enter at 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue, then go to approximately 70th and mid-Park, 718-340-3018

Posted July 21, 2008 07:47 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Music   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

A Mid-Summer Night's Dream

I saw this play, opening night at the Delacorte in Central Park ... a must see ....

A Mid-Summer Night's Dream, August 8 - September 9, 2007, Tuesdays - Sundays at 8:00 pm (more info and dates)

The Delacorte Theater is located near Turtle Pond, just south of the Great Lawn, in Central Park. The closest Park entrance from the East Side is Fifth Avenue at 79th Street; from the West Side, Central Park West at 81st Street. After entering, follow the footpath to the Delacorte Theater ...

Posted August 10, 2007 04:27 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Notes to a Friend , Theatre   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Shakespeare in Central Park - FREE

Shakespeare in Central Park started last night .... at the Delacorte Theatre ... Romeo & Juliet ... it was a beautiful evening to enjoy a comedy in the Park ....

The evening was cool and autumn-like with clear blue skies and a stiff breeze ... the open-air stage was surrounded by lush green trees, which gave a magical feeling to the show ... the stage was very minimal with a revolving wood-plank circle and a shallow moat of water in the centre ... movable iron bridges and shelving provide the changeable scenes ... the actors gave a fine performance with much water trashed about ... it was thrilling to be at the show on opening night and enjoy a free performance.

Next week, the Metropolitan Opera will perform on Tuesday in the Great Lawn ... Patsy's fresh mozzarella & tomato pizza and vino to go ... summer-time and the living is easy, fish are jumping ...

Pick up your free Shakespeare in the Park tickets on the day of the performance beginning at 1pm at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park or from 1 to 3pm at The Public Theater Box Office, 425 Lafayette Street.

The Delacorte Theater is located near Turtle Pond, just south of the Great Lawn, in Central Park. The closest Park entrance from the East Side is Fifth Avenue at 79th Street; from the West Side, Central Park West at 81st Street. After entering, follow the footpath to the Delacorte Theater ...




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Posted June 7, 2007 02:57 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Sights & Sounds , The Best , Theatre   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Design for the Other 90%

On view in the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden, this exhibition highlights the growing trend among designers to create affordable and socially responsible objects for the vast majority of the world's population (90 percent) not traditionally serviced by professional designers. Organized by exhibition curator Cynthia E. Smith, along with an eight-member advisory council, the exhibition is divided into sections focusing on water, shelter, health and sanitation, education, energy and transportation and highlights objects developed to empower global populations surviving under the poverty level or recovering from a natural disaster.

Design for the Other 90% is an exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.

The Q drum

"The real stars of the show, though, are the stories behind the designs." microscopiq, May 17, 2007
They don't need a handout. What they need is an opportunity.
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A poor person actually only cares about one thing: making more money. If they have more money, they can get ahead, take their family out of poverty.
-- Martin Fischer, Kickstart International
The introductory video also provided an opportunity to explore an additional range of themes that may not be as apparent, running through the exhibition and this area of design: open source options, leapfrog technology, economic impacts, community building, testing and end-user research, low-cost innovations, social enterprise, humanitarian entrepreneurship, improved democracies and multiple calls to action.

"In Their Own Words," Design for the Other 90% blog, May 14, 2007

Design for the Other 90% (web site), an exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum through September 23, 2007. Cooper-Hewitt, web site, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY, M-Th 10 am - 5 pm, F 10 am - 9 pm, Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun Noon - 6 pm. $ Admission fee.

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Posted May 23, 2007 10:07 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Caught Our Eye , Central Park , Museums and Art , Notes to a Friend , Technology   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Central Park hot dogs no deal

I have noticed that the Central Park "hot-dog monopoly" is gouging the unsuspecting public ...

For example, the hot sausage (which is a large hot-dog, my favourite snack with mustard and red onions) sells for $3 and I can buy the same item for $1.50 at several hot-dog stands on the north-east corner of Madison Avenue and 81st Street (which is a block from the entrance to the MET Museum), the north-west corner of 71st Street and Madison Avenue, and 68th Street and Lexington Avenue ...

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Posted December 5, 2006 10:07 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Sonny Rollins - FREE August 27, 2006

Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2006 free concerts ... Celebrating the Spirit of the Blues ... Sunday, August 27, 2006, 8 pm ... Sonny Rollins: The Jazz Master ... ... Damrosch Park Bandshell, 62nd and Amsterdam ... [Sonny Rollins: web site | discography]

Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2006, August 4 - 27, 2006


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Posted August 6, 2006 09:17 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Music   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Tosca - Free, August 1, 2006

Uncle Paq & Blackberry Ellie: Please go to the New York Grand Opera website for information about a free opera at 7.30 pm this coming Tuesday, August 1, 2006 ... Tosca ... at the Naumburg Bandshell, Central Park, 72nd Street at Mid-Park ... let us all go bring a pinic buffet and sing-along in Italian ...

Also see Naumburg Orchestral Concerts

Update: Postponed due to the heat.

Posted July 31, 2006 11:55 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Central Park , Music , Notes to a Friend , Theatre   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Cappucino, ice cream and sorbet

The very best "ethnic" Italian cappucino and ice-cream is at Bottega del Vino, ... the real McCoy for $4 per cup ... the foamy milk is so thick it will float the sugar ... (a friend ventured into Starbucks and ordered an expresso that was served in an unappertizing paper cup - no class. What a contrast! I was ashamed for Starbucks) ... I enjoyed many World Cup matches standing at the coffee bar ... the ice-cream and sorbet are made in small batches ... $3 per two-scoops ... a great treat ... and just across the street from the Apple Store ... web site, 7 East 59th Street, 212-223-3028 [MenuPages | Citysearch]

The very best "ethnic" French ice-cream and sorbet is at Payard, also made in small batches ... the breads, pastries and chocolates are so delicious... web site, 1032 Lexington Avenue, 212-717-5252 [Yummy Baguette | MenuPages | NY Mag | Citysearch | Gayot]

Perfect after a meal in Chinatown, they both close at 11 pm ... Sweet dreams ...

Posted July 28, 2006 09:47 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Dessert , The Best , Tips , Upper East Side   ·  Comments (1)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Jazzmobile - Frick Collection - The Jewish Museum

Wednesday nights in the summer time are reserved for the free Jazzmobile concerts held at Grant's Tomb ... 7 pm ... 122nd Street and Riverside Drive ... this coming Wednesday features the Wycliffe Gordon Quintet ... jazzmobile.org ...

The Frick Museum is "pay-as-you-wish" on Sundays between 11 am to 1 pm. Parking is very easy so early in the morning ... the Jean-Étienne Liotard exhibition runs through September 17, 2006 ... 1 East 70th Street, 212-288-0700

The Jewish Museum is free on Saturdays ... 1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street, 212-423-3200

Posted July 23, 2006 08:27 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Museums and Art , Notes to a Friend , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Jean-Étienne Liotard - at the Frick

Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702-1789), Liotard Laughing, c. 1770, oil on canvas
Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702-1789), Liotard Laughing, c. 1770, oil on canvas, 84 x 74 (33 1/16 x 29 1/8), Musée d’art et d’histoire, Département des Beaux-Arts
Whatever Liotard was paid for these pictures [of Austrian Empress Maria Theresa's 16 children], it was too little. He poured every ounce of his talent into them. Each seamlessly blends several mediums: black and red chalk, pencil, pastel and watercolor. Details are executed with a watchmaker's precision. To give the figures a naturalistic glow, Liotard colored the reverse side of each thin sheet of paper. Marie-Antoinette is bathed in a rosiness that you sense rather than actually see.

"Jean-Étienne Liotard, the Unrelenting Eye of the Enlightenment," by Holland Cotter, The New York Times, June 23, 2006

To his admirers, Liotard was the “painter of truth.” The artist was unsparing in his depiction of his sitters, including himself, avoiding the flattery and embellishment that characterized the art of his colleagues. He also avoided the painterly touches and visible brushstrokes favored by his contemporaries, railing in his Treatise on the Principles and Rules of Painting, published in 1781, that since one did not see such flourishes in nature, they had no place in art. Although the artist’s scrupulous realism put him at odds with the artistic establishment and did not please all of his sitters, it was the startling veracity of his likenesses that attracted the attention of noble and non-noble elites and secured his international reputation.

"Special Exhibition: Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702-1789): Swiss Master," June 13 through September 17, 2006, at the Frick Collection

The Frick Museum is pay as you wish on Sundays, 11am to 1 pm. A great bargain, go early and enjoy...

The Frick Collection, web site, 1 East 70th Street, 212-288-0700

Posted June 24, 2006 10:47 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Art , Central Park , Museums , Museums and Art , Notes to a Friend , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

Macbeth at Delacorte Theatre - FREE

Macbeth is playing at ... through July 9, 2006 ...

Strongly recommended ... I saw the play last Wednesday and Thursday, even thought they posted a "Sold Out" sign ... there are tickets available at the last minute because of many no-shows ... sitting in the open fresh air in Central Park is so magical ... the blowing wind amongst the trees, the movement of the clouds, the airliners, the stars ...

The Delacorte Theater is located near Turtle Pond, just south of the Great Lawn, in Central Park. The closest Park entrance from the East Side is Fifth Avenue at 79th Street; from the West Side, Central Park West at 81st Street. After entering, follow the footpath to the Delacorte Theater ...

all shows at 8:30 pm



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  • Pick up your free Shakespeare in the Park tickets on the day of the performance beginning at 1pm at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park (212-539-8750) or from 1 to 3pm at The Public Theater Box Office, 425 Lafayette Street [NYT | Central Park 2000]

    Posted June 19, 2006 08:07 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Free , Sights & Sounds , The Best , Theatre , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    APPLE store for music

    Friday night I went to the APPLE store on 58th Street and 5th Avenue and did not leave until 2:15 am on Saturday ...they have a live DJ playing and creating contemporary dance music with lots of energy ... the DJ Friday night was Louis Vega ... I sat behind him on a bar stool and watched his fine performance ... the APPLE store plans to host a live DJ show every week, 12 am to 2 am Friday night/Saturday mornings ...

    APPLE store, open 24 hours a day, every day ... 767 Fifth Avenue, 212-336-1440 [Yelp] ... see "Exclusive photos from the Apple Store Fifth Ave," by AppleInsider, May 18, 2006

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    Posted June 18, 2006 10:57 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Music , Sights & Sounds , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    28th Annual Free Museum Mile - FREE

    Mark your calendar for Tuesday, June 13, 2006, from 5:45 - 9:00 pm - the 28th Annual Museum Mile Festival ... FREE

    all the museums along Fifth Avenue will throw open their doors to the public for free, the Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic, there will be world music every few blocks, crayon drawing for children on the avenue, etc.

    I will head to the Cooper-Hewitt for their show of Hudson River School paintings and the National Academy for the American Art contemporary show.

    Participating Museums along Fifth Avenue

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    Posted June 11, 2006 10:07 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Art , Central Park , Holidays & Festivals , Museums , Museums and Art , The Best , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Tony Dragonas - best grilled hamburger in NYC?

    Tony Dragonas, street vendor who has been serving great hambburgers and souvlaki at the southwest corner of East 62nd Street and Madison Avenue for many years ... just one block from Central Park/5th Avenue ... weekdays only ...

    Tony Dragonas grilling
    Tony Dragonas grilling ...


    Tony Dragonas may have the best grilled hamburger in NYC
    may have the best grilled hamburger in NYC ...


    Tony Dragonas outstanding chicken pita with lettuce and tomatoes
    try the outstanding chicken pita with lettuce and tomatoes - it is a large meal with a very generous portion of bite-sized grilled chicken ...


    Tony Dragonas gyros plate with rice and salad
    and if you like lamb get the gryos pita ... and make sure to get the secret tzatziki sauce (a yogurt sauce with cucumber and herbs) and on the pita offerings ... you can also get the pitas as plates (pictured above), with salad and rice, for an additonal $1 ...

    Tony Dragonas was a finalist in the 2005 Vendy Awards

    previous post: Tony and John Dragonas - street vendors

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    Posted January 10, 2006 06:07 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Central Park , Hamburgers , Street Vendors , The Best , Upper East Side   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (1)

    Central Park in snow ...

    snow in Sheep Meadow, Central Park, December 6, 2005
    Snow in Sheep Meadow, Central Park, December 6, 2005

    snow in Central Park, December 6, 2005
    Snow in Central Park, December 6, 2005

    Elm trees in snow, Central Park, December 6, 2005
    Elm trees in snow, Central Park, December 6, 2005


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    Posted December 7, 2005 09:37 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Central Park - WWI Memorial

    Memorial to the Yankee Dough Boys who perished in France in WWI ... Veterans Day is November 11 ... I walk past this area daily between the West and East-sides ...

    307th Memorial, Central Park
    307th Memorial, Central Park


    307th Memorial, Central Park
    memorial trees planted for the fallen, who fell in France during WWI ...


    307th Memorial, Central Park
    Memorial to the 307th Infantry, A.E.F. (American Expeditionary Force) ... 11th hour, 11th day of the 11th month ... finally, the guns are silenced ...


    307th Memorial, Central Park
    The back of the stone memorial with a brass plaque inscribed with the names of all the dead from the 307th Infantry, A.E.F.


    Posted November 11, 2005 06:20 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (1)

    Central Park - Fall Foilage

    The beauty of Central Park with Fall Foliage in full technicolor ... red, gold, brown and yellow ... Autumn, 2005 ... a great time to explore the Park with a bicycle ...

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005
    Sheep Meadow, Central Park

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005
    Sheep Meadow, Central Park

    Central Park, NYC, Autumn, 2005

    Posted November 10, 2005 09:40 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (3)

    Gratuitous Central Park Pic

    Central Park ... Sunday, October 30, 2005 ...

    Central Park ... Sunday, October 30, 2005

    The Central Park Conservancy has photographs from each season ... here's the Fall Photo Gallery

    Our Central Park archives


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    Posted November 6, 2005 09:20 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Movies Under the Stars - Marathon Man, August 25, 2005

    3rd Annual Central Park Film Festival

    Marathon Man (1976) ... Directed by John Schlesinger ... with Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Oliver. Columbia University graduate student, Babe Levy, spends his spare time running in marathons. He finds himself running for his life, however, when a series of deadly events beyond his control leads to his pursuit by fierce Nazi fugitive, Szell ... 125 minutes

    Wednesday, August 24, 2005, 8:00 pm, Rumsey Playfield, Central Park - East 72nd Street off Fifth Avenue ...

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    Posted August 23, 2005 08:20 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Gratuitous Gates pics

    The Gates in Central Park (February 12-28, 2005).

    The Gates in Central Park




    The Gates and carriage and jogger in Central Park


    Peter's 14-year old niece said, "It looks like a carwash."

    Many more photos on the Christo and Jeanne-Claude web site.

    Posted August 4, 2005 03:08 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Art , Central Park , Sights & Sounds   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Horseback Riding in NYC

    Taxi, subway, foot, bus ... and horseback ... yes, you can ride horses in NYC ... although we've not tried it, experienced riders say it's a lot of fun ...

    Links

    Posted August 4, 2005 12:37 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Brooklyn , Central Park , Getting Around NY , Horse   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    The Carousel in Central Park

    Here's a picture of the carousel in Central Park (mid-park at 64th Street) (Google map view).

    The carousel in Central Park

    From the Central Park web site:

    After a long search the Parks Department discovered the present vintage Carousel, abandoned in the old trolley terminal on Coney Island. Crafted by the Brooklyn firm of Stein and Goldstein in 1908, the Carousel is one of the largest in the United States, with 58 hand-carved, painted horses. Stein and Goldstein were among the foremost carvers of their day and the horses – nearly life-size in the outer ring – are caught rearing or mid-stride with almost fierce reality.

    If you like carousels, also check out Le Carrousel at Bryant Park.

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    Posted August 2, 2005 09:37 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    forgotten NY - web site - highly recommended

    forgotten NY

    If you love New York, then you must visit, and bookmark, forgotten NY. Run by Kevin Walsh, forgotten NY includes text and photographs of all parts of the City, new and old ... he also conducts walking tours ... upcoming tours are announced on the home page ...

    Some of our favorite pages include

    An incredibly rich site, forgotten NY will keep you occupied for hours ... I bet most of you don't make it to this sentence ...

    For more about Kevin Walsh, see the gothamist interview. Thank you, Kevin Walsh, for a wonderful web site.

    AGINY Highly Recommended and Top 10

    Posted August 1, 2005 07:01 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Book and Web Site Reviews , Boroughs/Cities/States , Bronx , Brooklyn , Buildings & Architecture , Bus , Central Park , Getting Around NY , LIRR , NYC blogs , Queens , Research , Sights & Sounds , Subway , The Best , Top 10   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    More fun things for summer visitors to enjoy - with a three-course lunch for $20.12

    "Summer Restaurant Week" isn't over yet ... extended through Labor Day, some of New York's finest restaurants will continue to offer three-course lunches for just $20.12 (beverages, tax and tip are extra).

    For example:

    On the Upper East Side, before or after visiting the Whitney Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, enjoy the fine French cuisine at Cafe Boulud, 20 East 76th Street, 212-772-2600 or at Dumonet at The Carlyle, 35 East 76th Street, 212-570-7192 ... classic French and delicious

    On the Upper West Side, a visit to the New York Historical Society and the American Museum of Natural History must be combined with a lunch at Cafe des Artistes, 1 West 67 Street, 212-877-3500 ... Austrian-Hungarian and very cozy ...

    On Columbus Circle, visit and shop at our own "Las Vegas" mall ... the new Time-Warner Center ... and lunch at Asiate in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 80 Columbus Circle at 60th Street, 212-805-8881 ... a very spectacular view of Central Park from the 35th floor!

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    Posted July 29, 2005 06:22 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Central Park , French , Museums , Museums and Art , Restaurants , Sights & Sounds , Upper East Side , Upper West Side   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Shakespeare in the Park

    Sadly, July 17th was the last performance for As You Like It, Shakespeare in the Park. But, Two Gentlemen of Verona starts August 16 and runs through September 11.

    Posted July 19, 2005 11:55 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park , Parks , Sights & Sounds , Theatre   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    Ha Jin at Summer Stage July 27

    Ha Jin...National Book Award winner will read from his third full-length novel "War Trash" (Vintage). An interview with the author will follow the reading...Wednesday, July 27th, 7.30 pm ... Central Park, SummerStage, 69th Street & 5th Avenue ... eat watermelon, a pinic in the Park, stare up to the clouds and heaven ... relax... www.SummerStage.org

    Central Park SummerStage is located at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. Enter the park at 69th Street and 5th Avenue on the east side or at 72nd Street and Central Park West on the west side. MAP

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    Posted July 19, 2005 10:33 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Art , Central Park , Sights & Sounds   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)

    NY Philharmonic in Central Park - FREE

    The NY Philharmonic is playing this evening ... Lorin Mazel is conducting... a program of Czech music composed by Antonin Dvorak ... on the Great Lawn, behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 81st Street & 5th Avenue or Central Park West....with fireworks after the music. Music starts at 8:00 pm - bring a picnic (and umbrella just in case) and enjoy a beautiful evening in Central Park ... bring a blanket for gazing at the stars and moon.

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    Posted July 19, 2005 10:25 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Central Park , Music , Sights & Sounds   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)