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Action Bronson and The Soul Rebels headline Saturday's fifth-annual edition of this free celebration of one of jazz music's greatest pioneers.

Installation view of "A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC – 200 AD." (©Joseph Coscia, Jr.)

Free admission for all! From March 9 through June 24, explore “A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC-200 AD.”

Beginning Oct. 4, 2016, the public areas of the famed opera venue in Lincoln Center are open free of charge on weekday mornings.

The treasure house celebrates the 10th birthday of its Renzo Piano-designed expansion with a weekend of free events, April 15–17.

New York City is a land full of cultural opportunities. Every day, both visitors and locals can witness some of the city’s most talented professional thespians, musicians and dancers take to the stage at an almost never-ending list of world-renowned venues—from Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall to The Metropolitan Opera House and the Imperial Theatre. This metropolis is also home to a number of up-and-coming, dedicated students—on the cusp of their illustrious careers.

When I see a Broadway musical, I normally end up with one or two songs stuck in my head for about a week after the show. These could be anything from lesser-known numbers to the hits we all know and love. This Sunday, Sept. 9th, I bet this will happen to you when you stop by Times Square for Broadway on Broadway—a free concert featuring musical numbers and appearances from current Broadway shows and a sneak peek at upcoming shows opening in the new season.

If you are observant, you might have noticed fewer people on the subway this morning or walking down the city streets. No, it’s not the apocalypse; it’s a typical summer Friday in New York City. Most New Yorkers look forward to this time of year—they check out of work early (or don’t come in at all).

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