From March 25-31, 30 dancing horses by soundsuit creator and performance artist Nick Cave prance around for 15 minutes at 11am and 2pm in the Vanderbilt Hall of Grand Central Terminal (Station) as part of the station’s centennial celebrations.
It’s the afternoon rush hour in New York City. Most people are heading home. Thirty-two hundred others have made Superman-style changes into all-white outfits at their office building restrooms or the gym to attend Diner en Blanc (White Dinner), an elegant Parisian pop-up picnic held at a secret city location.
For three generations, the men and women of the Osofsky family have been running Ronnybrook Farm Dairy on an expansive plot of land caught between the Catskill and Berkshire Mountains, two hours northeast of New York City.
Featured on Travel Dudes: everything you need to know to enjoy one of Spain’s most picturesque stretches of playa: from a campsite with tent pitches perched atop beach cliffs to watching the Cantada d’havaneres festival performances from a fancy flat on a cove in Calella de Palafrugell.
Picture this: dancing the sensual steps of the tango by day; relaxing by a pool in the Tuscan countryside in the afternoon; sipping wine in one of the world’s most stunning landscapes, and having an impromptu dance in the grass under the stars.
“Success is them [my parents] knowing I’m not who they wanted and I am still invited home,” shares Wazina Zondon, one of two principal storysharers of Coming Out Muslim: Radical Acts of Love, a performance piece about people being at the intersections of Islam and querness