Arts & Entertainment

Perhaps you think of yourself as an aficionado, an oenophile, or a wine geek, or, maybe you just need a lesson in wine 101.  Well then, the Chelsea Wine Vault has the class for you. Wether you want to start a collection or learn how to pronounce 'Mourvèdre,' they'll expose you to some of the world’s best wines for you to drink and discuss, including well-aged bottles and best bets for longevity. 


Looking for a kid friendly New Years bash?  Madame Tussaud's infamous wax museum will have a offer something (or someone) for everyone. With a live dj, an open bar (for the elders), and enough teen pop stars to keep your kids entertained all evening.  

In the 1800’s Charles Dickens came through the neighborhood where the Canal Park Playhouse is situated, telling a brand new story of Bob Cratchet and Ebeneezer Scrooge. 200 years later, some think the ghost of Dickens has come back to share his story with us and some think actor Jimmy Kieffer has channeled his spirit to tell this holiday tale. See the show and decide for yourself.

Oh, how we love the holidays!  Celebrate the Season with family bonding and deliscous gingerbread at Taste Buds cooking classes.  Bring your kid, and work together to decorate your very own gingerbread house. And, enjoy the cheerful holiday tunes as they experience quality parent/child time. Fa la la la la....

Sample Sales are the best place to find high quality items at major discounts.  Check out all the sales this season!

Jeff Muhs and Arlene Slavin will be exhibiting in the 11th Annual Red Show at the

I dream... the bus arrives at my stop every night, emerging through rain and fog.
Each time I enter, they are all there. Every one. Always.
They sit quietly on either side of the aisle as I pass.
Their eyes look only at me, each in its own way.

Open every Saturday in December leading up to Christmas, The December Store is the curatorial initiative of Vanessa Albury and Sörine Anderson. Inspired by the pop-up store of the Fluxus era and the notion that everyone should be able to afford to own art, the curators have assembled works by 50 NYC-based artists ranging from writers to international curators, filmmakers to bookmakers, poets to perfumers, and bakers to painters.

Major: “Regrettable, Herr Altmann, regrettable. I’m afraid they just don’t understand.”

Altmann: “No, they don’t. How could they. They were never soldiers like we were.”

Major: “Certain accommodations always had to be made.”

Our favorite sex shop once again proves that they know how to be naughty and nice.  Check out what holiday treats Babeland has in store this year!

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