Roger Clark

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Jesse Malin brings punk rock roots to new record

Jesse Malin seems at ease strumming his guitar at Flux Studios in the East Village, just a few blocks from where he lives. It’s...

Rare Basquiat drawings featured in online exhibition

Musician Randy Gun points to a restaurant on Great Jones Street in the NoHo section of Manhattan that was once called the Great Jones...

New exhibition chronicles the history and people of Greenwich Village

It’s an outdoor exhibition that New Yorkers can not only see, but hear. Twenty-one shadowboxes placed around Greenwich Village, the East Village and NoHo —...

Masters of NYC puppetry celebrated at new exhibit

Oscar the Grouch, Lamb Chop and Howdy Doody are all characters that have enchanted kids of all ages for generations. They are also all...

Voyage back in time: South Street Seaport Museum offering rides on historic vessel

For the first time since before the pandemic, the South Street Seaport Museum is offering public rides on the W.O. Decker, the last wooden...

Smile: New York Hall of Science reopens with exhibit on happiness

Sachin and Karthik Chanda of Queens are learning from an interactive exhibit about emotions. It's part of their visit to a favorite spot for...

Museum takes visitors back to the 1980s with new exhibit

It was 1984 and photographer Janette Beckman took a picture of hip-hop legends RUN DMC and some friends in their Hollis, Queens neighborhood. At...

Have the blues? Visit this new immersive art installation

I don't usually lose the people I am interviewing, but following artist Alois Kronschlaeger through his immersive installation called “Kind of Blue,” anything is...

Online exhibition features work of famed NYC graffiti artist

It’s something Artist Al Diaz has done many times. He is finding just the right spot as he begins to create a mural on...

SVA art exhibition supports Asian and Asian-American communities at school

School of Visual Arts illustration major Wen Wen Zhu, who is from China, says a close friend has been the victim of harassment on...

Kusama exhibition opens at NYBG after one year pandemic delay

If you see a 16-foot-tall black and yellow dancing pumpkin in The Bronx, you are not hallucinating. It’s a brand new work from famed...

Haven for artists celebrates 50 years with a look back at its history

Playwright, visual artist and landscape architect Christina Maile has lived in the same three-bedroom duplex apartment since 1970, when she first moved in with...

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