November NYC Events (11/12) (continued)

Pre Covid-19 we searched the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you didn’t have to.”
We made it as easy as 1-2-3.

Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being.
Stay Safe.

Earlier today we covered Best NYCity Restaurants and NYC Corona Culture. Here is some more useful NYC information.

NYC-Arts Top Five Picks: November 06 – November 12

Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s top events include Weeping Willows, Liquid Tongues, Women to the Fore, Asia Society’s Triennial and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Friday and follow @NYC_ARTS on Instagram or @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.

Asia Society Triennial: We Do Not Dream Alone

Asia Society Triennial: We Do Not Dream Alone

Asia Society and Museum

Manhattan / Tue, Oct 27, 2020 – Sun, Jun 27, 2021

The inaugural Asia Society Triennial, a festival of art, ideas, and innovation, is slated to run October 27, 2020 through June 27, 2021. This first edition of the Asia Society Triennial, titled “We Do Not Dream Alone,” is composed of a multi-venue exhibition, interdisciplinary panels, forums, and performances. The Asia Society Triennial takes place at venues throughout New York City, including Asia Society, David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, the Park Avenue Malls at East 70th …

Women to the Fore

Women to the Fore

Hudson River Museum

Westchester / Fri, Sep 18, 2020 – Sun, Jan 03, 2021

True to its title, “Women to the Fore” gives voice and space to more than forty female-identifying artists, spanning one hundred and fifty years. This exhibition—drawn from the Hudson River Museum’s permanent collection as well as loans from regional artists, galleries, and collectors—focuses on the rich diversity and range of expression in a group of artists working in paintings and drawings, prints and photographs, collage, and sculpture. While some artists are internationally recognized, a strong …

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Virtual Film Festival 2020

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Virtual Film Festival 2020

Manhattan / Sat, Oct 24, 2020 – Tue, Nov 17, 2020

The Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series — the first Academy Qualifying Film Festival devoted to women filmmakers — will present an exciting three-week season of films dedicated to love and activism. Starting with the official virtual kick-off on Saturday, October 24th and ending on through November 17, 2020, film lovers will enjoy live lecture series talks, workshops and a fun closing night Filmmakers Awards celebration featuring DJ Thelma Ramsey! “COVID-19 shouldn’t take away …

Weeping Willows, Liquid Tongues

Weeping Willows, Liquid Tongues

Sean Kelly Gallery

Manhattan / Thu, Nov 05, 2020 – Sat, Dec 19, 2020

This is Shahzia Sikander’s first exhibition in New York City in nine years. “Weeping Willows, Liquid Tongues” is an expansive, in-depth look into Sikander’s recent work, featuring the artist’s dynamic large-and-intimately-scaled drawings, a captivating new single channel video-animation, luminous, intricate mosaics and her first ever free-standing sculpture. Shahzia Sikander takes classical Indo-Persian miniature painting as the point of departure for her work. From premodern beginnings to contemporary influences, it is precisely this historical continuum and its continuous …

Broadway Close Up 2020

Broadway Close Up 2020

Kaufman Music Center

Manhattan / Mon, Oct 26, 2020 – Mon, Dec 07, 2020

Kaufman Music Center’s “Broadway Close Up” series moves online this fall with three intimate lecture-concerts exploring the lives, careers and music of three of musical theater’s most fascinating figures: Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960), Dorothy Fields (1904-1974) and Stephen Schwartz (b. 1948). Their stories bring to life the rich history of the American musical and its evolution from comedy revues to sophisticated, fully-realized musical plays. Hosted by Theater@Kaufman Director Sean Hartley and filmed in Merkin Hall, these one-hour performances pair lively and informative lectures with performances … ==============================================================

In the age of Covid-19 this info from City Guide is one of the best sources of info on What’s Happening, even if some are only available in your home, and not in your favorite venue.

Places to Go in NYC: Virtual Tours of Observation Decks

City Guide News Desk

For a real sense of the city’s epic scale, you need to get up into the sky, into one of New York’s unparalleled observatories. The sometime chaos of New York sidewalks gives way to a clarity on the upper stories. The grids of streets, the flow of traffic, and architectural masterpieces from across the eras all come into clear focus. If you’re planning a visit to NYC, check out these virtual tours of our famous observation decks so you’ll be ready to choose the best one for you.

Virtual Tour: Empire State Building

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING. Ever since its 1931 completion, the Empire State Building has been the most famous skyscraper in the world. It remains a vital part of NYC and an inspiration to the millions of visitors who ascend to the ESB observation deck in every season. Newly updated features include a museum, the Observatory Experience. The result of a $165 million investment, this second floor stopover will substitute for what was once time spent waiting on line. Take a virtual tour of the space above, and check out the many features the attraction offers20 W. 34th St., 212-736-3100, esbnyc.com

Virtual Tour: One World Observatory

ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY. There’s only one tallest. Only one strongest. And only one destination selected as the Best New Attraction in the World. These attributes belong to One World Trade Center, and its pinnacle, the One World Observatory, rising over 100 stories in the sky. Check out this virtual overview of what you’ll find there285 Fulton St., 844-696-1776, oneworldobservatory.com

Virtual Tour: Top of the Rock

TOP OF THE ROCK. At this stunning perch atop Rockefeller Center, you’ll find wholly unobstructed views of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the rivers, and all of Central Park (its size can only truly be appreciated when seen from above). The Grand Viewing Deck on the 69th floor offers unparalleled views of the city, with visibility that reaches some 30 miles on a clear day. The 70th Floor is the proverbial cherry on top, allowing visitors to experience a 360° panorama of Manhattan in all its glory. This is an open-air perch with completely unobstructed views—no glass or anything. It provides a vantage point unlike any other in the city…or the world. 30 Rockefeller Ctr., 212-698-2000, topoftherocknyc.com

Virtual Tour: Edge

The Edge

EDGE, the Western Hemisphere’s highest outdoor observation deck, opened in March 2020, just before the city went on pause. The city is looking forward to the return of this incredible, triangular deck extending from the skyscraper at 30 Hudson Yards. You can stand 100 floors above the ground and see miles and miles in every direction. The deck offers 360-degree views with jaw-dropping glimpses of the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, the Hudson River, and much more. You can tour the various features at Edge hereLevel 4 inside The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, 332-204-8500, edgenyc.com


There’s no bad time to take an eagle eye to the lives of millions of New Yorkers, but if you can time it, we’d steer you to dusk, when you can enjoy both sunset and the thrill of watching the city’s lights flickering to life.

Want more free advice on what to do and see in New York? Join our Facebook group Everything to Do NYC, a place for people to ask questions and get tips on how to make the most of the city

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These general interest links should also be helpful:

Outdoor dining for New York City restaurants is here to stay – TONY

28 Amazing Art Exhibits Coming To New York City Between 2020 & 2021 – Secretnyc

‘Soundwalk’: The New York Philharmonic’s Walk in the Park – vulture.com

NYC Isn’t Dead: 10 Reasons Why There’s Still So Much to Love About NYC – Thrillist

13 gorgeous shots of full moons rising over New York City – TONY

New York’s Arts Shutdown: The Economic Crisis in One Lost Weekend – The New York Times

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Stay home for a bit longer – Mask up and stay safe

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