A Doggone Good Time at Harvest Fest

A Doggone Good Time at Harvest Fest

On Saturday, October 12, 2019 the Meatpacking Business Improvement District (BID) hosted its annual kickoff to fall: Harvest Fest, an outdoor artisanal market and neighborhood festival. The free event, in partnership with The Chelsea Local, brought the best food, festivities, and outdoor fun the neighborhood has to offer. Meatpacking’s Harvest Fest also featured the Lord Jameson Patisserie doggie […]

At the Irish Rep, Jeffrey Bean Makes ‘Dublin Carol’ Sing

At the Irish Rep, Jeffrey Bean Makes ‘Dublin Carol’ Sing

It’s set on Christmas Eve, and there are holiday-appropriate decorations strung about the set, to be sure—but don’t expect any nostalgic flashbacks shedding light on what a child’s Christmas was like in Wales, or, for that matter, a trio of spectral visitors haunting the town miser until he arrives on the doorstep of a poor […]

NYC’s Most Terrifyingly Fun Events of 2019

NYC’s Most Terrifyingly Fun Events of 2019

BY CHARLES BATTERSBY | Genre-savvy audiences are increasing numb to horror. The days of animatronic vampires groaning, “I vant to suck your bloooood!” are lone gone. The 21st century haunted house is technologically advanced, highly interactive, and immersive. Some of them even have selfie spots for people who want photo ops with the monsters (you […]

Summer Vacations With Purpose

Summer Vacations With Purpose

BY DONATHAN SALKALN | While many New Yorkers consider a summer vacation to be enjoying a sandy beach, being pampered at a resort or on a cruise ship, or even staying home lounging on the couch while binge watching, two executive committee members of the Chelsea Reform Democratic Club (CRDC) took their summer vacations down […]

‘August’ Dance Works of the Fall

‘August’ Dance Works of the Fall

BY ELIZABETH ZIMMER | William Forsythe is arguably the smartest person working in dance today, and his current year-old touring show, William Forsythe: A Quiet Evening of Dance, just might be the best concert you’ll see this year. Forsythe, now pushing 70, has spent the bulk of his career in Germany, but is currently back […]

Just Goes to ‘Shows’ You: Essential A&E Activities

Just Goes to ‘Shows’ You: Essential A&E Activities

Saturday, October 19: “Swimming in Mudd” | Longtime community advocate, Chelsea Community News contributor, and Midtown South Community Council president John Mudd’s solo performance is presented as part of the United Solo Festival. Described by Mudd as an experience that “delights, and hits your funny bone through the character’s despairing search for a purpose,” the show […]

This Week in Chelsea: October 14-20, 2019

This Week in Chelsea: October 14-20, 2019

Saturday, October 19: “Swimming in Mudd” | Longtime community advocate, Chelsea Community News contributor, and Midtown South Community Council president John Mudd’s solo performance is presented as part of the United Solo Festival. Described by Mudd as an experience that “delights, and hits your funny bone through the character’s despairing search for a purpose,” the show […]

City Miles: The Still Falling for Spring Edition

City Miles: The Still Falling for Spring Edition

PHOTO ESSAY BY CHRISTIAN MILES: SCENES FROM MAY 2019’s NINTH AVENUE INTERNATIONAL FOOD FESTIVAL Chelsea Community News is made possible with the help of our awesome advertisers, and the support of our readers. If you like what you see, please consider taking part in our GoFundMe campaign (click here). To make a direct donation, give feedback […]

For the Kids: The Fun, Fun, Fun Fall Edition

For the Kids: The Fun, Fun, Fun Fall Edition

ATLANTIC FOR KIDS PRESENTS “THE BIG ONE-OH!” | Atlantic Theater Company’s Atlantic for Kids programming series proudly presents The Big One-Oh!, a world premiere musical based on the novel by Academy Award winner Dean Pitchford (Fame, Footloose). Charley Maplewood is about to reach a milestone: He’s about to turn 10! He has never been one […]

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