New York Magazine

To Do

Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JUNE 12–26


1. See Ariana Grande

A pop supreme.

Barclays Center, June 14 and 15; Madison Square Garden, June 18 and 19.

Ariana Grande processed a year of love and tragedy beautifully on Sweetener and thank u, next, cementing her reputation as one of music’s biggest stars. Relive the journey on the singer’s Sweetener World Tour, where she performs new hits like “no tears left to cry” and older favorites like “Be Alright.” CRAIG JENKINS


2. See Ariadne Unraveling

Come undone.

Asya Geisberg Gallery, 537B West 23rd Street, through June 29.

This quiet Chelsea gallery often carries big artistic sticks. Witness this wonderful eight-person show of textile artists, who give us cosmic hooked rugs, banners, and secret stories unspooled in knotty thread, not to mention Katarina Riesing “paintings” made of lace and silk. Strike a psychic match and these works will make summer libidos tingle. JERRY SALTZ


3. Watch Los Espookys

The macabre Spanish-language comedy you did not know you needed.

HBO, June 14.

Los Espookys is a Spanish-language series (with English subtitles) about a group of friends in a dreamy Latin American country who stage scary situations (fake abductions, exorcisms with severed heads). Created

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