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See The Twin Towers and The City Exhibition in Spanish Harlem

Starting September 3, the Museum of the City of New York pays tribute to 9/11 with a three-month exhibition of the World Trade Center. The Twin Towers and The City Exhibition includes photographer Camilo Jose Vergara’s four decades-long study of the World Trade Center. Vergara is known for “capturing the Twin Towers’ place in the history of the city, their colossal presence on New York’s skyline, and their surprising gracefulness.”

In addition, Artist Romain de Plas paintings will be a part of this featured exhibition. He spent “the year after 9/11 making series of vivid paintings of the Twin Towers.”

The Twin Towers and the City opens Sept. 3 and runs through Dec. 4 at the Museum of the City of New York located at 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd.

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The Knox Band is the last show at Live@1220 Fifth in Spanish Harlem

If you haven’t visited the outdoor terrace at the Museum City of New York on Fifth Avenue, along with listening to live music, tonight is your last chance. The music series ends with The Knox Band. Tickets are $10 bucks for members and $15 for non-members. Hope to see you there!

The Museum of the City of New York is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue, NY, NY 10029.

Live@1220 Fifth continues in Spanish Harlem with DJ Devon Craig Johnson


The Museum of the City of New York’s  music series continues tonight on its outdoor terrace overlooking Fifth Avenue and Central Park. DJ Devon Craig Johnson is tonight’s musical guest at LIVE@1220 Fifth. “Jazz guitarist, rock drummer, and DJ Devon Craig Johnson will treat audiences to jazz, classical, hip hop, and modern pop. This artist brings an eclectic mix of contemporary styles to his performances.”

The event starts at 6:00 and ends at 9:00 pm. Admission includes after-hours access to the Museum as well as one complimentary cocktail or refreshment.

Live@1220 Fifth ends August 31. Check it out while you can!

Attend Live@1220 Fifth in Spanish Harlem

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For the third summer in a row, the Museum of the City of New York will host its eight-week music series on its outdoor terrace overlooking Fifth Avenue and Central Park. The series called “LIVE@1220 Fifth” will take place Wednesday evenings from July 13 through August 31 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Admission includes after-hours access to the Museum as well as one complimentary cocktail or refreshment.

This year’s lineup of DJ sets and live bands, features local New York artists from many musical genres, including jazz, hip hop, rock and roll, Afrofusion, Latin jazz, boogie-woogie, and more! Below is the music schedule:

July 13: Sophia Urista soul, funk, and blues
July 20: Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Aché Latin jazz
July 27: Baby Soda street jazz
August 3: Juliana Riccardi Band alternative rock and ethereal pop
August 10: Mamarazzi featuring Precision Dance Troupe African-rhythm-infused funk music
August 17: The Tickled Pinks retro boogie-woogie
August 24: DJ Devon Craig Johnson jazz, hip hop, and modern pop
August 31: The KNOX Band featuring Carla Scott pop, rock, and funk hits

Admission is $15 for non-members and $10 for Museum members. To purchase your tickets, go to MCNY.org.