Happy Halloween New York! The city is buzzing with frightful delights all day long. Deciding what to do it the scary part!
Catch an all star film cast in new Broadway play The Real Thing, or catch a Dum Dum show in Brooklyn…Thursday October 30 in New York is beyond entertaining.
Dance to Electro duo Capital Cities at Webster Hall or check out “Chris Ofili: Night and Day” at the New Museum…today, October 29 in New York has a little something for everyone.
Meet music legends turned authors Mick Fleetwood and Herbie Hancock, and get dressed with celeb stylist turned hot designer Rachel Zoe…Tuesday, October 28th in New York is pretty awesome.
Amy Poehler finally “pleases” New Yorker’s, and a barely recognizable Sinead O’Connor plays an intimate show downtown…Monday October 27 looks good New York!
Foster the People plays uptown at the United Palace Theatre and the real “Mad Men” comes to life at Museum of the City of New York…Friday October 24th kicks off a stellar weekend in NYC!
Check out the largest Henry Matisse exhibit in the country or spend the day shopping with David Yurman and Hermes….Thursday October 23rd is a great day New York!
Comic legend George Carlin finally “gets his own way” and you too can own a piece of Vivienne Westwood…Wednesday October 22 in NYC is a good one!
The legendary Allman Brothers Band is calling it quits at the Beacon and ‘Kiss’ frontman, Gene Simmons, is signing away his secrets to success…Tuesday Oct 21 in New York is a doozy!
It might be safe to bid a happy farewell to the days we stared only at those local ads plastered on the subway. The launch of WiFi and wireless service on NYC subway stations is welcoming an exciting cutting edge tech revolution to your daily commute. The Citybuzz transit WiFi has officially rolled out welcoming a tech-savvy new way to stay up-to-date with fresh content circling the city. CityBuzz, Vidicom provides commuters with a one-minute video piece of the hottest events, deals and steals, restaurants and everything in between happening around the city.
Citybuzz, a division of Vidicom, is the ideal destination to find out the most exclusive NYC content created by a team of journalists. The content airs to over 50 million viewers monthly in subways, hotels, and taxis on a daily basis. Some of the insider stuff you can find includes the hottest concerts, restaurants, bars, and events in your city.
Companies involved in the undertaking include Wireless Partners AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless.
Citybuzz, Vidicom journalists dig through the web and gather’s an insider’s guide to everything NYC. Bringing you the latest Broadway openings and preview clips. Citybuzz programming can also be found in 1500 luxury hotels nationally, reaching 7.4 million monthly viewers. In New York City, Citybuzz airs on NYC TV, reaching over 1.5 million viewers in the New York area. It is also featured on the Jacob Javits Center’s 70 plasma screens, the 600 foot jumbotron, and Javits.com
The incomparable Glenn Close makes her Broadway return and something mournful is happening at The Met…Monday October 20, 2014 in NYC is all abuzz!
Spend a marathon 36 hours with Jeff Koons at the Whitney or celebrate all things pickled in the Lower East Side…Friday October 17 kicks off a great weekend in NYC.
Celebrate 30 years of Def Jam Recordings or sing along with the boys of “On the Town”…October 16, 2014 is looking grand New York!
Fuel up at The Green Radish Food Truck and dance the night way with Hip Hop legend Q-Tip…Wednesday October 15, 2014 in NYC is all abuzz!
From a Neil Patrick Harris book signing to the Killer Heels exhibit at Brooklyn Museum, Tuesday October 14 in NYC is absolutely buzzing!
Jersey Boys is a jukebox musical with music by Bob Gaudio, lyrics by Bob Crewe, and book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice.
The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical with book, lyrics, and music by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a raucous musical comedy that tells the stroy of a fictional rock ‘n’ roll band, fronted by Hedwig, an East German transgender rocker searching for love and completeness in America.
Chicago is a musical tale of “murder, greed, corruption, exploitation and adultery–all those things we hold near and dear to our hearts.”
National best selling novel and winner of 7 Olivier Awards, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time makes its highly anticipated Broadway debut!