Opens now, 41 W 40th St between Sixth and Fifth Avenues,Not only is there free ice-skating on Bryant Park's 17,000-square-foot outdoor rink (you may bring your own skates or rent for $20), Urbanspace—the brand that’s responsible for Union Square’s and Columbus Circle’s holiday markets as well as Mad. Sq. Eats—is bringing more than 150 holiday shops, including a bunch of new kiosks and eateries for your shopping and eating pleasure.
People from around the world and through time have seen the same stars but they have seen different pictures in the sky. Each culture has made up stories to explain the star patterns they saw in the night sky. Let the Sky Theater take you on an adventure through space and time to discover some of these “Star Stories”.
University of North Texas, 1704 West Mulberry Street, Denton, TX 76201, USA
Denton, TX 76201
Phone: (940) 369-8213
Cost: $5 Adults, $4 Seniors, $3 Student & Children
Now touring across the world, Symphony of the Goddesses brings Zelda fans and symphony goers alike an entirely new, exciting multimedia experience presenting over 30 years of music from The Legend of Zelda franchise as never before.
Fans will relive all of their favorite moments from a fully developed and thoughtfully structured program including memorable, beloved melodies from titles including Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, A Link to the Past, Link's Awakening and more. Start planning your adventure today!
99.7 NOW! is bringing some of music's biggest stars to the Bay Area to perform at the station's annual "POPTOPIA" on Saturday, December 2 at SAP Center at San Jose. Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers, Fifth Harmony, Niall Horan, Khalid, Logic, and Dua Lipa will perform their hits at the concert which promises to be the highlight of the holidays. POPTOPIA is a culmination of the biggest artists on one stage. This incredible night of music with multiple headliners is a perfect way to celebrate the holidays and our love for music and community," said Michael Martin, SVP of Programming and Music Initiatives, CBS Radio.
Please join Kiva and special guest Mayor Sam Liccardo on November 1st for an evening celebrating the region's small business owners. From your favorite fruit stand in San Jose to a daycare in Redwood City, neighborhood businesses bring diversity and character to the region. We are proud to support local entrepreneurs with 0% interest loans.
The historic Corinthian Grand Ballroom will be transformed into a small business marketplace where you can mingle with makers, food artisans, and local artists.
Join us for refreshments and hors d'oeuvres for a true taste of Kiva San Jose & the Peninsula. Formal program begins at 6:30pm.
An evening of music, movement, and spoken word. “Lost and Found: Forging a Future from Fragments” will feature a site-specific theatrical performance created by Giulio Cesare Perrone (artistic director of Inferno Theatre) and an empowering presentation from Fong Tran, spoken word poet and social justice activist.
Stop by SJMA’s booth at this special event presented by the Vietnamese American Community Center. Activities include a lion dance, lantern contest, a moonlight procession, folk games, and more. Vietnam American Community Center, 2072 Lucretia Ave, San Jose, CA 95122.
The program is free of charge and is sponsored by the Office of the President Nguyen Tam Area 7, Sam Liccardo Mayor's Office, the San Jose Museum of Art, ICAN, and other organizations.
For more information, call 408.794.6552 or go directly to the Center.
A Japanese cultural festival held every summer since 2009 in San Francisco, introduces the latest in Japanese music, fashion, film, art, games, tech-innovations, anime, food, as well as niche subcultures!