It’s been a tough year and a half for everyone. Slowly things may be getting to a place of normalcy as we see more places re-open. One example of this is the Paris Theater (Manhattan’s only single screen movie theater) During the pandemic the venue – which first opened its doors back in 1948 – underwent renovation and to mark its reopening, it will be screening ’40 Year Old Version,’ which premiered at Sundance. Movie critic David Edelstein explained:
“Here is this place adjacent to the Plaza Hotel, with that plaza imprimatur, New York City, Manhattan. It gives a kind of luster to it, a kind of romance to it.”
Check out the preview of New York City’s CowParade art exhibition, due to return to New York after an absence spanning two decades. The preview – hosted by the charity God’s Love We Deliver – opened on August 18 and will close at the end of September.
At the preview, viewers will be able to actually see 78 of the cows in one location – unprecedented – before they are sent to New York’s other boroughs.