A pocket-sized guide to goings-on in New York City, also suitable for use as a planner
This attractive little volume, the first in an annual series, offers a day-by-day guide to the coming year in New York City: cultural events, sports, holidays, historical anniversaries, weather predictions, the night sky, and much more. Each week gets its own spread, with enough space to record your own appointments.
The almanac’s numerous special features include a municipal horoscope by Steph Koyfman; weather predictions by the noted meteorological sage Professor Vaticinate; notes on the night sky by Joe Rao, an Associate of the Hayden Planetarium; and style predictions by fashion historian Raissa Bretana. Charming illustrations by Andrey Kokorin depict scenes of city life, as well as its characteristic foodstuffs and fauna.
Printed on creamy, high-quality paper with a sewn binding, this almanac is the perfect way to celebrate the reopening of the Big Apple. It will make a delightful gift for residents and visitors alike.
About the Author
Susan Gail Johnson is a museum consultant, editor, and content developer with a special expertise in New York City. She managed numerous major exhibitions and publications for the Museum of the City of New York and served as project director of its institution-defining permanent exhibition, New York at Its Core. Johnson holds a master’s degree from NYU’s John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Program in Humanities and Social Thought.
There’s a new book in town that will help ease your FOMO:An Almanac of New York City for the Year 2022. . . . It packs a lot into its tiny pages
— Time Out New York
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