In addition to the Big City, New York is known for its amazing landscapes, beautiful lakes, and numerous small communities. The culture of American small towns is strong throughout New York, from centers of art to rural farm towns.
Springtime in New York is about to begin, so the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will be in full swing across the 5 boroughs and a sea of people in green will be found on Fifth Avenue for the most festive parade of the year. But Irish history in New York goes back further than a parade and a few pints. Take a trip to the Big Apple and celebrate the culture and traditions that the Irish people bring to this cultural melting pot we know as New York.
The range of jazz clubs in New York is very large. This is partly because jazz is the favorite music of many New Yorkers.
Steven Spielberg has fulfilled a dream and created a musical movie – the remake of Leonard Bernstein’s 1961 tenfold Oscar-crowned “West Side Story”. This time all Hispanics are played by Hispanics. One of them was at the age of 61.
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Do you know where your favorite musicians were born and which guitar they played on? Did you visit your childhood home and the location of your first concert, or even put flowers on your grave? Then you are really super fans.
Since the 1970s, hip hop has grown from the streets of Brooklyn into a global cultural phenomenon.
Central Park is not only New York’s most popular, but also the largest park. There is a lot for you to discover and experience on around 340 hectares of the parking area.
It’s hard not to pay attention to Jackson Galaxy: this is a shaved, bearded middle-aged man with numerous tattoos, who drives through the streets in a bright pink convertible. Despite his shocking image, he is not an actor or a rock star, although he dreamed of a musical career.
The birth of subculture from the rubble of the big city juggernaut: The novel “City On Fire” and the television series “The Get Down” are a reminder of how hip-hop, disco, and punk exploded in New York in 1977.
There is one joke about Miles Davis. It is said that at a reception at the American White House, President Ronald Reagan’s wife Nancy asked Davis what he had done in life. “I’ve changed the music five or six times,” he replied. “What have you done besides [making love] to the president?”
The famous Lincoln Center is undisputedly the cultural hotspot of New York. Even if you don’t have tickets for an upcoming event, you have to stop by when visiting this city that never sleeps! There is always something going on. The Lincoln Center consists of several theaters and concert halls; this is where the world-famous Metropolitan Opera is located. Eleven famous New York cultural and music organizations have their address in Lincoln Center.
Madison Square Garden – known as “The Garden” for short by New Yorkers – is located in the heart of Manhattan. Don’t be fooled by the name: The Garden is not a park, but a gigantic event center that has hosted many well-known rock stars and some of the most important sporting competitions of our time. “The most famous arena in the world”, as it is called by its operators, can be found on Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd Street, right next to the large Penn Station bus and train station.