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Agenda: New York's culture editors plan the week.

Today: 7/24/17

Tuesday: 7/25/17

Wednesday: 7/26/17

Thursday: 7/27/17

Friday: 7/28/17

Saturday: 7/29/17

Sunday: 7/30/17

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Nightlife

Night Train
Littlefield

Every week Wyatt Cenac (or a very capable comic in his stead) hosts a lineup that could easily go on tour. More »

Theater

Groundhog Day
August Wilson Theatre

A new musical based on the movie of the same name. More »

Art

Ian Cheng: EMISSARIES
MoMA PS1

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Nightlife

Jerry Seinfeld
The Beacon Theater

What's the deal with Jerry Seinfeld? Well for starters, he kicks of 2017 with two shows. More »

Nightlife

Andrew Bird and Esperanza Spalding
Prospect Park Bandshell

It’s hard to imagine a stage of two packed with more talent than this pairing. More »

Nightlife

Panorama Music Festival

Coachella’s East Coast sister festival travels from the desert to an island, with a stacked lineup. More »

Nightlife

Panorama Music Festival

Coachella’s East Coast sister festival travels from the desert to an island, with a stacked lineup. More »

Art

Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery
Green-Wood Cemetery

Creative Time and Sophie Calle’s 25-year obelisk public artwork. More »

Art

Carol Rama: Antibodies
The New Museum of Contemporary A

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Art

Calder: Hypermobility
Whitney Museum of American Art

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Art

The Panorama of the City of New York
Queens Museum of Art

A 9,335-square-foot architectural model built for the 1964 World’s Fair. More »

Art

The Jazz Age
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Desig

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Community

Theater of the Resist
The Met Breuer

This summer-long political film performance series looks at the current political moment by highlighting artists working beyond traditional cultural confines. More »

Community

Coney Island Flicks on the Beach
Coney Island

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Art

Ian Cheng: EMISSARIES
MoMA PS1

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Nightlife

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Forest Hills Stadium

The 40th anniversary tour of their self-titled debut album—the one which gave us national anthem “American Girl”—will also be their last big one, if Tom Petty is to be believed. More »

Nightlife

Panorama Music Festival

Coachella’s East Coast sister festival travels from the desert to an island, with a stacked lineup. More »

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