Arts & Entertainment
Music, performing arts, painting and more.
Deck out your dirndls and latch up your lederhosen, it’s Oktoberfest!
Plant has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, won multiple Grammys, and was knighted for his services to music.
Kevin Droniak and his Grandma Lill are an unlikely comedy duo, but their YouTube channel is spreading like wildfire.
Westchester County offers an array of attractive backdrops for filmmakers, including parks, shorelines, historic Main streets and suburbs.
Sacred Silence: The Practice of Iconography
Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery
715 North Avenue
Annual Jazz Festival will span six days this year.
After incredibly suspenseful negotiations, the Met Opera, and all its unions, have reached agreements.
"Visions 2014: Art of the Mind" features more than 150 original creations by more than 70 area artists who received mental health services.
Westchester Children's Museum Summer Exhibits Provide Interactive Educational Entertainment at Playland Site
The Mount Pleasant Community Theater, originally called Mount Pleasant Summer Stock, was founded in the summer of 1970.
James Patterson Day is the latest event in the ongoing and highly-popular Get Pop-Cultured™ with Barnes & Noble celebration.
Cinema Siren says: Spectacular Simians should make Dawn the brightest of summer blockbusters.
More than 350 Regal Cinemas around the country will offer $1 movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Cinema Siren gives it 5 stars, saying it's fierier than the first, with twice the dragons.
"The year 1975 and the city of New York intrigued me because of the very striking parallels to America today," says journalist and author Rich Zahradnik about his new book, "Last Words."
"Bears," in theaters April 18, combines beautiful footage with a style and story accessible to children, making it a success for the whole family.
Get ready to see the real-life story about a boy who says he went to Heaven. Sponsored by Sony.
'Rio 2' opens in movie theaters this weekend.