Art & Music

Down In a Hole
To make art, artists need space. Sculpture Center in Long Island City is debuting its renovated floor plan with a show about features found in nature, on city streets and through technology. Read Full Article
Summer Reading
The best books to drape over your face while you snooze in the sun. Read Full Article
November: The Horror
Are you tired of raking leaves? Does it seem like they're out to get you sometimes? Read Full Article
Family Film
Remember those massive video cameras your parents used to film your birthday parties? Well, there is a national movement to bring those out of the attic—and for good reason. Read Full Article
The True Soul of Heavy Metal
The iconic band returns with their 17th studio album, Redeemer of Souls. Front man Rob Halford discussed longevity and Long Island with Pulse. Read Full Article
A Spoonful of Cream
From his early days to his work with Cream and everything that’s come afterwards, the legendary Jack Bruce opens up. Read Full Article
When Paper and Scissors Rock
When Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs makes its stop at MoMA this month, it will have something few have seen so far: The Swimming Pool. It’s a massive work that curator Jodi Hauptman and her team spent six years restoring. Read Full Article
Playlist October 2014
The October soundtrack has some rock mainstays like Tom Petty, Eric Clapton and the super group The Empty Hearts with some folk and quirky pop added for good measure. Read Full Article
Union of Giants
Union of Giants
words: nadA | photo: lynn spinnato Read Full Article
So Much to See, So Few Leaves
Broadway has two busy times of the year: April, when shows vie for Tony Awards, and October, when natives and tourists flock to the Theater District. To make the most of this season, follow David Lefkowitz’s cheat sheet on the most buzzed-about shows. Read Full Article
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WEHM’s New Release Tuesdays October 2014
92.9 and 96.9 WEHM’s New Release Tuesdays airs from 9-10pm when host Harry Wareing spins the month’s top listens. October features solo endeavors and collaborations from artists better known as members of other bands. Read Full Article
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