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Union Square is a fantastic place to go to immerse yourself in various cultures. It's filled with restaurants, stores, and markets where you can find virtually anything you're looking for. Plus, it's extremely close to Baruch so its an accessible and unique place to visit when you're in the area!

Union Square by Ariella LevianAriella Levian, 16 Dec 2009 02:58

The New York Writers Workshop is the teaching division of New York Writers Resources. We provide instruction in all forms of writing such as songs, novels, newspaper articles, etc. Workshops and conferences are conducted by professional writers who strive to help other writers reach their potential.

The Museum of Art and Design displays numerous handmade contemporary art pieces. It features several exhibits that change from time to time, showcasing all kinds of art ranging from jewelry to furniture.

Rock of Ages is a spectacular Broadway show that features rock classics from the '80s. The show stars American Idol star Constantine Maroulis. It is a show filled with laughter, exhilaration, and fun and should definitely not be missed!

Rock of Ages by Ariella LevianAriella Levian, 16 Dec 2009 02:34

One of the most famous music halls in NYC, the Apollo Theater is a predominantly Aftican American venue that has featured Rock performances and other performances by numerous artists throughout its long history. It has become very prominent over the years and is known to be "where stars are born and legends are made."

Apollo Theater by Ariella LevianAriella Levian, 16 Dec 2009 02:27

Stepping Out Studios offers private lessons and group courses as well as services for all kinds of parties and shows. It is one of the largest, most diverse, and friendly Latin and Ballroom dance schools in New York. It offers a wide range of diverse lessons in Salsa, Argantine Tango, Swing, Latin, Ballroom, Country Western, and more, all in a creative and fun environment. It is available for individuals of all levels all week long.

Stepping Out Studios by Ariella LevianAriella Levian, 16 Dec 2009 01:33

Art is arguably one of the most important aspects of our lives. It’s responsible for every distinct culture, and is a part of our lifestyle. It’s something that we take for granted some times because it can be found virtually anywhere. It can be graffiti on a brick wall, a performer on the street, a painting created by a child, or a poem scribbled in a notebook. Without art there would be no uniqueness or distinction between individuals.

Art is Everywhere by Ariella LevianAriella Levian, 16 Dec 2009 01:19

This broadway was a great musical that dealt with the issues of racism, love, and the American Dream. It is quite comical and very colorful. I enjoyed this very much.

Finian's Rainbow by Joseph HanJoseph Han, 09 Dec 2009 18:50

Yes it is, or at least in my life. It is a creative outlet that lets our mind think outside of science and “the right way.” It is especially important to me because I love music, dance, theater, and visual arts. They can create emotions that other things can’t like when I’m performing, nothing else in the world can compare to it. I feel like if we didn’t have art, we wouldn’t be as creative and everything in the world would be very plain and boring. Everything we do has to have some creativity in it.

the Radio.
Tiffany WongTiffany Wong 08 Dec 2009 04:03
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Music

A place where we can find the latest and most popular songs. With a variety of channels, our exposure to different types of music could expand perpetually. Especially during this holiday season, how else would we listen to continuous Christmas music? No matter what time of day it is, and no matter what genre we are in to, the radio won't let us down.

the Radio. by Tiffany WongTiffany Wong, 08 Dec 2009 04:03

Go to a Johnny Rockets restaurant in the city, and you might get the chance to see employees of this restaurant sing and dance. They do this every half an hour. :D

Johnny Rockets by Shelley JiangShelley Jiang, 08 Dec 2009 03:19
Open Mikes
Shelley JiangShelley Jiang 08 Dec 2009 03:17
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Schools often host open mike talent shows. People can read poems, essays, or even lyrics they have written to a crowd of people. Very enjoyable!!

Open Mikes by Shelley JiangShelley Jiang, 08 Dec 2009 03:17
Comedy Shows
Shelley JiangShelley Jiang 08 Dec 2009 03:16
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Around 42nd street, people often hand out fliers and selling tickets for comedy shows. They are stand-up comedy shows that show an artist's ability to play with words.

Comedy Shows by Shelley JiangShelley Jiang, 08 Dec 2009 03:16
Personal Diary
Tiffany WongTiffany Wong 08 Dec 2009 03:07
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Words

A place to record your deepest secrets, experiences, or anything you wish. No one to talk back, no one to judge. It can be considered many people's sanctuary, or something to turn to when no one else is there. In other cases, it can be used as a way to document specific daily activities, such as sleep and exercise. Over time, what we consider our own personal diary in which we record our present life could become a significant historical document.

Personal Diary by Tiffany WongTiffany Wong, 08 Dec 2009 03:07
Around NYC
Juan MendezJuan Mendez 07 Dec 2009 22:17
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Dance

Dancers can also be found entertaining hundreds of people during the summer at Central Park. Other dancers are also roaming the city, usually at 34th street, 42nd street, and 14th street. However, some even step into train cars, and perform amazing dances on the train.

Around NYC by Juan MendezJuan Mendez, 07 Dec 2009 22:17

Latin music can be enjoyed through the live bands that play in various restaurants.
For example:
Sofrito located on 57th street and 1st ave
Guantanamera Restaurant located on 8th ave and 56th street.

Latin Music while dining. by Juan MendezJuan Mendez, 07 Dec 2009 22:12

I've never even heard about this outdoor exhibit until I saw your podcast. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Re: 5Pointz by Tiffany WongTiffany Wong, 07 Dec 2009 22:09

The Guggenheim Museum not only carries wonderful exhibits of art, but the building itself, and its designs and architecture, is the most impressive and amazing work of all.

Guggenheim Museum by Adam HashemiAdam Hashemi, 07 Dec 2009 05:22

The Hard Rock Cafe of Times Square is full of original visual art, especially those of John Lennon, Paul McCartny, and the rest of the Beatles.

Hard Rock Cafe by Adam HashemiAdam Hashemi, 07 Dec 2009 05:20

Shrek the Musical is a must-see for Shrek fans and just Broadway fans in general. A wonderful rendition of the originally animated movie.

Shrek the Musical by Adam HashemiAdam Hashemi, 07 Dec 2009 05:18
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