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SummerStage: Mobile Mondays! Live with Roy Ayers at Marcus Garvey Park

Photographs by Corrado Serra.

SummerStage, the largest free performing arts festival in New York City, is celebrating its 30th season. On August 12, vibraphonist/vocalist Roy Ayers was on stage at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem. 17 more words

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Phylicia Rashad, George Faison, Andre De Shields and original cast of 'The Wiz' reunite in Central Park concert

Last night, original stars from the Broadway production of The Wiz shined in Central Park for a concert marking the 40th anniversary of the Tony Award-winning musical. 161 more words

Entertainment

This Week On FM Magazine: City Parks Foundation's Summerstage 2015

This week, Deb Gordon spotlighted SummerStage 2015 with Erika Elliott, the organization’s long time Artistic Director. SummerStage is put on by City Parks Foundation which is a not for profit dedicated to ensuring New Yorkers in all 5 boroughs enjoy and appreciate the city’s parks. 302 more words

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TV Talk: Spike TV Announces A Lip Sync Battle

 

LIVE FROM NEW YORK…IT’S “LIP SYNC BATTLE!!” 

Spike Will Create A LIVE Lip Sync Battle In New York City’s Central Park on July 13

City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage Event Will Be Hosted By LL COOL J With… 254 more words

TV Talk

How the High Bridge Rose From Ruin

When elected officials and advocates cut a ribbon to re-open the High Bridge today—the glorious bridge and aqueduct built almost 175 years ago—it capped off a project more than a decade in the making, and one that might not have happened without the leadership of many, primarily former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. 843 more words

New York

Summer Stage 30th Anniversary

Summer Stage has announced its lineup for the Summer of 2015! It includes a ton of artists and performers that are not to be missed. Check it out here.

NYC

New Yorkers Get Tennis Lesson From Pros At City Parks Foundation Event

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Just because you’re not in the US Open doesn’t mean you can’t get your serve on with a couple of pros in Central Park. 110 more words

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