Don't have any plans for the weekend? We're here to help.
There are plenty of reasons to get out of the apartment and experience real life.
Here are our picks for things to do in your city this weekend.
Hot chocolate art run (Jan. 20)
Take a scenic four-mile run that passes by the city's best art and architecture, from the Flatiron District to the East Village and more. It will be a relaxed, 10-minute-a-mile pace followed by hot chocolate. ($25, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Yoga Collective, 135 W. 29th St., eventbrite.com )
King's Singers a cappella concert (Jan. 21)
If you like "Pitch Perfect," you may want to check out this male a cappella group called The King's Singers. From Billy Joel to Bono to Wiz Khalifa, they'll sing -- and only sing -- some of your favorite hits. ($35, 4 p.m., Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, 980 Park Ave., stignatiusloyola.org)
Last chance to see artists' response to 9/11 exhibit
This is the last weekend to see the work of 13 artists deeply affected by the Sept. 11 attacks at the 9/11 Museum. From paintings to sculpture, you'll see how they struggled to grapple with the tragedy. The exhibit closes Sunday. (Pictured, artist Tobi Kahn kneels next to his artwork, a three-dimensional depiction of building roofs seen from the south tower that form a block grid.) ($24, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., 200 Liberty St., 911memorial.org)
Watch snow get created in Central Park
It's been a rough few years for Central Park's Winter Jam festival because of the volatile weather that seems to come through in January, but if all goes well, you'll be able to catch the Parks Department and the Olympic Regional Development Authority create snow. The temperature has to be below 28 degrees for it to happen, so check the temperature before you head to the park to catch the spectacular scene. (Central Park at the Bandshell at 72nd Street, nycgovparks.org)
'Fragmenticos' art show (Jan. 16-Feb. 21)
Colombian artist Esteban Ocampo-Giraldo's small paintings, reminiscent of his childhood, will be on display at the Gitler & gallery through Feb. 21. The gallery is dedicated to showing rising artists from around the world (Free, noon to 7 p.m. on Monday through Wednesday, 3629 Broadway, Harlem, gitlerand.com)
Free piano concert (Jan. 21)
Musica Viva NY is hosting a free program with legendary pianist and composer Seymour Bernstein, who will perform Schubert, Schumann and others. Musica Viva Artistic Director Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez and its soloists, soprano Devony Smith and baritone Brian Mextorf will join him. (2 p.m., All Souls Church, 1157 Lexington Ave., musicaviva.org)
Look back into time (Dec. 19-Jan. 27)
The immigrant experience takes center stage at the Howard Greenberg Gallery this month with an array of work from more than 40 photographers, dating from the 1860s to 2015. "The Immigrants" showcases more than 70 images focusing on labor, education, poverty, discrimination, assimilation and other issues facing immigrants from the 19th to 21st centuries. The exhibit runs through Jan. 27. (Free, Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Howard Greenberg Gallery, 41 E. 57th St., suite 1406, howardgreenberg.com)
Compare styles at the FIT Museum (through May 5)
Head over to The Fashion Institute of Technology museum this week to check "The Body: Fashion and Physique" exhibit, exploring the connections between clothing and the human form. On view will be various garments alongside photos, videos and clippings that showcase what has been emphasized and marginalized in the world of fashion and body image over the past 250 years. The exhibit will be on view through May 5. (Free, Tuesdays through Fridays from noon to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Seventh Avenue at 27th Street, fitnyc.edu/museum)