NOTE: A new version of this app will be released near the end of October. If you download this version, you will receive an update with the new version and its improved functionality, navigation, and content.
Download for in-depth event listings and recommendations by the best critics in the world.
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS:
-Listings: Browse extensive listings by category (movies, art, night life, music, dance, readings), and see our recommendations.
-Filter listings by date and location (see what’s nearby).
-Restaurant reviews from the magazine’s Tables for Two column.
-Venue information: Interactive maps show you event and restaurant locations, and we tell you what else is going on there, with comprehensive listings for theatres and galleries.
-My New York: New Yorker writers point you toward some of their favorite New York places, from Susan Orlean on the Temple of Dendur to Sasha Frere-Jones on Secret Robot Project.
-Audio Tours: Calvin Trillin takes you to his favorite restaurants in and around Chinatown; our art critic, Peter Schjeldahl, escorts you around the Frick Collection; our architecture critic, Paul Goldberger, strolls the High Line with you.
-@TNYGOINGSON: Events updates and cultural news from the editors of Goings On About Town, via Twitter.
-On the Horizon: Early word of upcoming events you’ll want to plan for.
-My Favorites: Save event listings and recommendations to your own favorites file.
-Share listings and recommendations with your friends via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare.
ABOUT THE NEW YORKER:
The New Yorker offers a signature mix of reporting and commentary on politics, international affairs and the arts, along with fiction, poetry, humor, and cartoons. Founded in 1925, The New Yorker has received more National Magazine Awards than any other magazine.
Now with movie times/theaters, save-to-calendar, and bar reviews, plus new app-exclusive content: Andrea Scott leads an audio tour of alternative art spaces in SoHo, and five New Yorker writers share their favorite New York City spots, from the best-kept secret in Chinatown, to a go-to late-night restaurant.