Arts & Entertainment

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Bronx Times Reporter

Lehman Center hosts Russian National Ballet Theatre; spring egg hunt

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, known for presenting the world class dance, brings the Russian National Ballet Theatre in a fully-staged production of the timeless classic fairytale Cinderella on Sun., Mar. 22, at 4 pm. The Lehman Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall is located at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard W. on the campus of Lehman. Tickets are affordably priced at $35, $30, $25 & $20 with tickets for children 12 and under at only $10 for any seat. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

ECO Recycling Art Collage workshop at Huntington Library

The Bronx Council on the Arts and the Huntington Free Library present a free ECO Art Creative Recycling Art Collage workshop on Saturday, March 21, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Huntington Free Library at 9 Westchester Square (next to the Apple Savings Bank). The workshop is open to the public and all are welcome. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Mystic Seaport Art Collection at the Bruce Museum.

Join Preston High School for an exciting interactive Murder Mystery show, Let’s Kill the Boss, on Sat., Mar. 28 at 7 pm. This dinner theater production will be put on by Mystery Café, the nation’s largest producer of Interactive Murder Mystery Theater. Tickets are $50 and include an Italian buffet and complimentary soda or wine. Additional cash bar, raffle opportunities and table reservations are available. For tickets call (718) 863-9134, ext. 143. Read more…
Arts

Orchids grow at the New York Botanical Garden

The New York Botanical Garden unveiled its new exhibit, The Orchid Show: Brazilian Modern on Friday, February 27. Miami-based landscape architect Raymond Jungles, who has drawn on his years of learning from his mentor, architect and artist Roberto Burle Marx, designs this year’s exhibition. The ceramic mosaics compliment the orchid chandeliers, living orchid walls and epiphytic sculptures. Read more…
Arts

Belmont goes boutique

Every weekend, Belmont-born suburbanites pour down Arthur Avenue to shop, chow and reminisce. The neighborhood, a vibrant Italian-American enclave, is a full-blown tourist destination. Read more…

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