Shows We’re Looking Forward to This Week

amazing raceWe can always tell when Spring is on its way when a) we see flowering buds on the trees and b) our TV shows come back on for the new season. Here’s what we’re looking forward to this week!

    1. The Amazing Race: OK – who doesn’t love the Amazing Race? We have watched it for years and it’s still riveting. We love seeing all-new countries and all-new pit stops. They are so fun and make us want to hop on a plane. Today was the very first episode of the Amazing Race All Stars. What do you think so far?
    2. Survivor: Mark Burnett decided to do something new: break the tribes up into three: beauty, brains, and brawn. We cannot wait to see how the social dynamic plays out. Check out the season premiere on Wednesday, February 26.
    3. The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon: Last week was amazing for Jimmy Fallon with the First Lady, Will Smith, U2, Justin Timberlake, Will Ferrell and others, but how can he keep up the greatness? We’ll just have to wait and see. One thing is for sure: We’re pulling for him
    4. Scandal: Scandal is coming back on Thursday, February 27. Enough said!
    5. RHOA – We don’t know why this season of the RHOA has been so off-kilter, nevertheless we cannot look away. In fact, neither can the ladies from The View. Kandi, Mama Joyce, and Todd were on The View last Thursday and Nene Leakes was on last Friday. Even though some of the episodes have been less than flattering for the ladies, we’re sure the ratings are through.the.roof. Have you been watching?

What will you be watching this week?

Photo: CBS


The Guggenheim Museum Presents “A Year With Children” Exhibit


5th grade, PS 42, Manhattan, 2013
© The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

Learning Through Art, the pioneering arts-education program of the Guggenheim Museum, presents A Year with Children 2013, an exhibition that showcases selected artworks by New York City public-school students in grades two through six. The exhibit will run from May 3 – June 9, 2013.

Students participated in a yearlong artist-residency program that partners professional teaching artists with classroom teachers in each of the city’s five boroughs to design collaborative projects that explore art and ideas related to the classroom curriculum. Approximately one hundred works, including drawings, prints, photographs, sculptures, paintings, and collage, will be on display during this six-week installation.

A Year With Children 2013

3rd grade, PS 151, Queens, 2013
© The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York