NYC LIFE: RBG Mural, Rooftop Cabin, the Queen & the Crown, Broadway, and More

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NYC LIFE: RBG Mural, Rooftop Cabin, the Queen & the Crown, Broadway, and More

Wow, just wow. Check out this three-story tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Head to Pier 17 and enjoy a little log cabin experience on a rooftop. And if you loved the Queens Gambit and are so excited that The Crown returns tomorrow night, you will love, love this virtual exhibit from the Brooklyn Museum. Valerie Smaldone has the scoop on an inspirational brand started by two veterans who are giving back. If you’re looking for some awesome entertainment, check out this week’s finds from our Broadway Babe. And check out Time Out’s list of the best NYC restaurants right now.


East Village Honors Ruth Bader Ginsburg

NYC LIFE: RBG Mural, Rooftop Cabin, the Queen & the Crown, Broadway, and More

This three-story tall building honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg and celebrating her life is going up in the East Village.  It’s the creation of street artist “Elle”, commissioned by by the public art charity LISA Project NYC” and when it is finished it will depict various scenes from her life. It’s at the corner of 11th Street and 1st Avenue.


Rooftop Cabin at Pier 17

NYC LIFE: RBG Mural, Rooftop Cabin, the Queen & the Crown, Broadway, and More

Remember last summer when they set up cabanas? Well now you can rent a rooftop winter cabin.  You can reserve your cabin for 2 to 10 people and it includes: Spacious & heated floor; On-site contactless food & beverage purchasing; Comfy banquette seating; Molekule air purifier; Virtual fireplace; Classic winter cabin décor; and floor to ceiling views of NYC.  You can reserve for lunch or dinner.  There is a $50 rental fee which goes to charity. The Rooftop at Pier 17, 89 South Street  Get the details.


The Queen and the Crown Virtual Exhibit

NYC LIFE: RBG Mural, Rooftop Cabin, the Queen & the Crown, Broadway, and More

OMG.  If loved the Queens Gambit (Netfix) and the Crown (Netflix) which returns Sunday night, then you will love this 3D exhibit created by the Brooklyn Museum in partnership with Netflix, and you don’t have to leave your couch. The exhibition is a digital interactive 360-degee views of costumes from the two series, along with related objects from the museum’s collection, all set within a rendering of the Museum’s soaring Beaux-Arts Court. Visit right now.


Supporting our NYC Restaurants

NYC LIFE: RBG Mural, Rooftop Cabin, the Queen & the Crown, Broadway, and More

Our restaurants need our support now more than ever. So whatever your comfort level is – takeout, dining outside, or even venturing inside, your support matters. And we love this list from Time Out New York of the best NYC restaurants right now. (To say a lot has changed is an understatement.) Check out the list.


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