Maroon 5 concert
It seems like Maroon 5 and its front man Adam Levine, below, are everywhere these days! The band just came out with its latest album, "Overexposed," and Levine has signed on to continue his mentorship of up-and-coming artists on the third season of NBC's hit show, "The Voice." Maroon 5 will be putting on a show at Rockefeller Center tomorrow as part of the "Today" show's summer concert series. Stop by and show off your own "Moves Like Jagger" to the band's tunes - just be careful not to bump the people next to you in the crowd; they probably won't like that. (Friday, 6 a.m., FREE, outside of "Today" show's Window on the World Studio, 49th St. and Rockefeller Center, today.msnbc. msn. com/id/3041478)
'Tales: The Narrative Image'
This exhibit kind of reminds us of that scene in "Mary Poppins" where Bert draws a scene in chalk on the sidewalk and the kids jump into it. OK, so "Tales: The Narrative Image" installation is not exactly the same thing, but it's pretty much the closest you'll get to seeing a fairy-tale world up close and personal. Four New York-based artists - Amy Kao, Colin O'Con, Butcher Walsh and Charmaine Wheatley - will animate the ground-level windows of One New York Plaza Art Space into giant architectural storybooks. Check it out this Friday and throughout the summer. The exhibit opened last Thursday and runs through Sept. 28. (Ends Sept. 28, Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-7 p.m., FREE, One New York Plaza Art Space, Water St. btwn Whitehall and Broad sts., artsbrookfield.com)