Many of New York City's greatest cultural attractions are open on July 4 to celebrate the founding of our nation. From the wee hours of the morning through to the fireworks show at night, the city will be bustling with patriotic energy.
Paula Zahn presents the latest NYC-ARTS episode from the New-York Historical Society, highlighting the exhibition Lafayette’s Return:The “Boy General,” the American Revolution, and the Hermione. Composer Danny Elfman talks about his enduring collaboration with filmmaker Tim Burton. And Christina Ha reports on the arts and culture news from the Bruce Museum.
Dancing the night away from June 23 to July 11, 2015, Midsummer Night Swing turns Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park into a three-week, open-air dance party for pros and newcomers alike.
SummerStage stretches the summer season longer than ever in 2015: the festival runs from May 18 to October 4 to showcase nearly 200 artists.
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