Loading Events
Find Events

Event Views Navigation

Past Events

Events List Navigation

July 2015

Puerto Rican Day Parade

July 14

Every second Sunday in June, New York City hosts the National Puerto Rican Day Parade, one of the largest outdoor events in the country. Home to the most significant population of Puerto Ricans outside of the island itself, New York is a natural site for the parade. According to the 2010 census, Puerto Ricans make up 8.9% of New York City’s population, and that number has been on the rise in the last few years. There has been an established Puerto Rican…

Find out more »

NYC Fireworks

July 4

For the second year in a row, New York City will celebrate our nation’s birthday with a fireworks show on the East River. This relatively new blast-off point sits between Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. According to NBC New York, the extravaganza will feature over 40,000 pyrotechnic shells taking off in a 25-minute long show. Just a short walk from the Duane Street Hotel, guests can easily take part in this grand celebration on Independence Day. When Saturday, July 4th Where…

Find out more »
June 2015

Asian Film Festival NYC

June 27 - July 14

From kung fu and martial arts to anime, Asian cinema has long held a revered and distinguished role in the film industry. In an effort to celebrate the classic and modern accomplishments in the field, the Asian Film Festival will bring an array of new and old films to New York City this June and July. In addition to a plethora of screenings, the event will also feature appearances by several extraordinary figures in the world of Asian film. These…

Find out more »

23rd Annual Poets House Showcase

June 26

Embrace the literary Mecca that is New York City and visit the Poets House library and museum during your stay with us at the Duane Street Hotel. This summer, the organization hosts its 23rd Annual Poets House Poetry Publication Showcase. Ambitiously, the exhibition will feature every new poetry book and poetry-related text published in the United States within the last year. The number of these texts stretches to nearly 700, and they come from commercial, university and independent presses. To…

Find out more »

Midsummer Night Swing

June 23 @ 8:00 am - June 27 @ 5:00 pm

For three consecutive weeks this summer, the Lincoln Center will host five straight nights of swing dance music events as a part of the Midsummer Night Swing series. The first installation of this fun and interactive happening at New York City’s leading center for the performing arts will take place the week of June 23rd. June 23rd The opening event will feature Jonathan Stout’s All-Star Orchestra with Hilary Alexander. This big band swing group plays music from the 30’s and…

Find out more »

Taste of Tribeca

June 16

The Taste of TriBeCa is one of New York City’s most popular annual food and culture events. In addition to the lively, street market-style food fair, the Taste of TriBeCa’s main mission is to raise funds for arts and enrichment programs at two local public schools, P.S. 150 and P.S. 234. More than 80 renowned restaurants from the TriBeCa neighborhood have joined the effort to support arts education and to create an unparalleled food experience for locals and visitors alike.…

Find out more »

Marion Cotillard in Joan of Arc at the Stake

June 10 @ 7:00 pm - June 13 @ 11:00 pm

Few stories have stood the test of time quite like Joan of Arc. The short and magnificent life of the French patron saint has inspired a breadth of artistic productions—from opera to literature to film, and beyond— dating back to the early 1400’s. Today, creatives from around the world continue to recast this classic tale of religious transcendence and martyrdom. The latest interpretation, Joan of Arc at the Stake, will feature the sounds of Arthur Honegger’s original oratorio— Jeanne d’Arc—…

Find out more »

Museum Mile Festival

June 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

New York City has several of the most famous and flat out remarkable museums in the world. One fascinating thread that’s strung throughout some of the city’s most recognizable cultural institutions, is that many of them sit on Fifth Avenue. So, aside from the convenience of being able to walk a straight line and inevitably pass by several New York City museums, there’s also a yearly block party where all of those museums open their doors for three hours of…

Find out more »
May 2015

Frieze New York

May 14 @ 8:00 am - May 17 @ 5:00 pm

The artful neighborhood of Tribeca and the Duane Street Hotel are excitedly awaiting the city’s premier international contemporary art fair, Frieze New York. The annual exhibition promises to impress on all fronts when it returns for another installment this May. Nearly 200 of the world’s leading art galleries will be represented at the fair, set on Randall’s Island. Unlike many art fairs, where the works take us back in time many decades, or even centuries, Frieze New York remains focused…

Find out more »

Soho Film Festival

May 14 @ 8:00 am - May 24 @ 5:00 pm

A spring film festival in a neighborhood right next to Tribeca is easily overlooked by the film world. Romantically working with that shadow, the Soho Film Festival has curated a lineup for this year’s event filled with diamond in the rough indies, many of which are poised to offer powerful viewing experiences. This year’s festival will take place from May 14th-21st at Village East Cinemas. From shorts to documentaries to feature-length narrative dramas, the Soho Film Festival promises variety and…

Find out more »
+ iCal Import Listed Events