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  1. The Photographer Sescau (Le Photographe Sescau) by Henri de Toulouse-Lautre, 1894, Lithograph printed in four colors; machine wove paper (Credit: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1932/Metropolitan Museum of Art)

    On View: ‘The Power of Prints’ at Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is commemorating the centennial of its celebrated print department with The Power of Prints -- a must see exhibition of an artistic medium that is as powerful as it is diverse. ...
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    Photo of the Week: Winter Storm Jonas in NYC

    Our NewYork.com Photo of the Week shows that New York City is, above all, resilient -- and able to weather (pun intended) anything that comes its way. After Winter Storm Jonas pummeled New York City, ...
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  3. School of Rock

    Weekly Top 10: ‘School of Rock,’ Joan Baez, More

    Don't miss out! Every week NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
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    Instant New York: 15 Incredible Photos from Winter Storm Jonas 2016 in NYC

    Life happens while you're busy making other plans, right?  Winter Storm Jonas landed in New York City early Saturday morning, and there you have it -- virtually all plans had to be rearranged, postponed or otherwise forgotten. ...
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    10 Photos from Winters Past That Prove New Yorkers Can Handle Winter Storm Jonas 2016

    Every year, New York and the surrounding areas get draped in snowy white, but some years are snowier than others. No matter the amount of snowfall, New Yorkers know how to survive the storm, and we have photographic evidence. ...
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    NYC Photo of the Weekend: Iconic Buildings of NYC

    This weekend, we're featuring the best photo submission for our theme of iconic New York City buildings. Congrats to our Facebook fan Lindy Brown for being selected as this week's winner! ...
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  7. Ceramics by Carrie Gustafson (Photo: Courtesy of NYCG)

    Weekend Hot List: Bronx Film Festival, Ceramics and Glass Fair, More

    Every weekend, NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. Read on for the best events of January 23 and 24, from the Winter Music Festival at Harlem School of the Arts ...
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  8. 'Man Standing Beside a Plinth on which He Rests a Book, and a Study of Saint Luke', ca. 1530. The Morgan Library & Museum.

    On View: ‘Jean-Pierre Mariette and the Art of Collecting Drawings’ at Morgan Library & Museum

    Jean-Pierre Mariette (1694-1774) amassed a staggering 9,000 drawings during his lifetime, which later went to museums and private collectors around the world after he died. ...
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  9. A dragon races throw smoke during the Firecracker Ceremony to celebrate the Chinese New Year in Manhattan's Chinatown (Photo: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

    6 Wonderful Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year in NYC

    The Chinese Lunar New Year kicks off with festivities all around the city to mark the incoming Year of the Fire Monkey. Take note: If you were born in 1908, 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992 and 2004, you were born in a year of the monkey. ...
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  10. From left: Under Knave of Ducks, King of Falcons, Queen of Stags, from The Stuttgart Playing Cards, ca. 1430. German, Upper Rhineland. Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart

    On View: ‘The World in Play: Luxury Cards, 1430-1540’ at the Cloisters

    The only complete set of European hand-painted woodcut playing cards to have survived from the Middle Ages is on view ...
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