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Off Broadway's Cougar the Musical Welcomes Keith Hines
Cougar The Musical has welcomed Keith Hines to its cast, joining the Tony-nominated Brenda Braxton, Mary Mossberg, and Babs Winn. (read the story...)

The Amazing Max Keeps His 'Box of Interesting Things' Open to Families Off Broadway
Due to popular demand, The Amazing Max and The Box of Interesting Things starring magician Max Darwin (aka “The Amazing Max”) will continue performances at the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center - MMAC on Saturday and Sunday afternoons through April 19th. (read the story...)

St. Joseph's Day (March 19) at Patsy’s Italian Restaurant
For St. Joseph's Day, March 19, Patsy's will offer a variety of special dishes. (read the story...)

Stone Crab Season Arrives at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House
Snap. Crack. Indulge -- Stone Crab season has arrived at Del Frisco's Steak House. (read the story...)

The Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade
The St. Patrick's Day Parade is a quintessential celebration of Irish-American identity. On Monday, March 17, 2014, almost 200,000 marchers will parade up Fifth Avenue in a display of the vibrancy and vitality that is Irish culture. (read the story...)

Free Walking Tours of NYC Offered to Mark International Tourist Guide Day, March 13th
The Guides Association of New York City is celebrating its third annual International Tourist Guide Day (ITGD) with FREE walking tours on Thursday, March 13th. (read the story...)

Intrepid Museum Celebrates Women's History Month with Tour Guide Talks
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will celebrate Women’s History Month this March with a special edition of its regular Tour Guide Talks. (read the story...)

With Exosuit, AMNH Dives Into New Depths of Ocean Exploration-Limited Display Now Through March 5
Now through March 5, the American Museum of Natural History will display the Exosuit, a cutting edge tool in ocean exploration, in the museum’s Irma and Paul Milstein Family Hall of Ocean Life. Fifteen years in the making, the Exosuit is capable of taking a diver down to 1,000 feet, keeping him at surface pressure. (read the story...)

Shop NYC – New York's Retail Wonderlands
The air might be cold, but New York City has plenty of great places to escape and enjoy some of the greatest (and most unique) shopping experiences in the world. (read the story...)

The Best American Restaurants in NYC
New York is known for having great food and some of the best restaurants in the entire world, and — in a sense — you can practically travel around the world without leaving the island of Manhattan. But sometimes you just want a great burger or cheesesteak, or to sample some of the latest in New American cuisine. Here are our picks for the best American restaurants in New York City. (read the story...)

Rocky Comes Out Punching, with Sylvester Stallone at First Preview
The new Broadway musical Rocky came out punching on Feb. 13, when it began previews at The Winter Garden Theatre. Following the first performance, the iconic film's creator and star Sylvester Stallone made a surprise appearance. The show stars Andy Karl as the lead, with Margo Siebert as his leading lady, Adrian. (read the story...)

Les Misérables Reborn on Broadway
Even if you’ve seen Les Misérables and think you know what Les Mis is, this production will make you think differently about the songs and characters. (read the story...)

Mangia, Manhattan! The Best Italian Restaurants in New York City
NYC is home to many of the world’s finest restaurants, including a plethora of fine Italian eateries. From Little Italy to Times Square, from small plates to family-style dining, from coal-oven pizzas to veal chops Siciliano, here are some of our favorite finds. (read the story...)

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Offers Legends Retrospective
The circus has roared into town on its mile-long train. The 143rd edition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's “The Greatest Show on Earth,” Built to Amaze!, is encamped at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center March 20-April 1. One thing is for certain: it’s not your Mom and Dad’s circus. (read the story...)

Moss Hart's Act One: On Broadway and in Bookstores
To celebrate the Lincoln Center Theatre’s adaptation by James Lapine of late playwright/director/producer Moss Hart’s acclaimed autobiography Act One, St. Martin’s Press has reissued his 1959 memoir (read the story...)

Onstage & On Screen, Love Is in the Air for Valentine's Day
There’s never been so much love on Broadway. So, in addition to at least two dozen roses and the largest heart-shaped box of candy, not to mention that long-promised visit to Paris, a memorable Valentine’s Day treat is tickets to Broadway and your nearby Cineplex. Love’s definitely in the air! (read the story...)

Couple to Renew Vows in Pool of Chocolate at Serendipity 3 on Valentine's Day
David Gakshteyn and Cleo Londono fell in love over Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at NYC’s landmark restaurant, Serendipity 3. Just like in the movies. So they decided to get married on Valentine’s Day, in a pool of Frrrozen Hot Chocolate. (read the story...)

It’s Full Speed Ahead on Broadway’s New Season Fast Track
Boldface names this spring include Carly Rae Jepsen, Fran Drescher, Denzel Washington, Bryan Cranston, and many others. (read the story...)

Madame Tussauds NY Presents New Interactive Music Experience
The in-demand wax figure of record-breaking singing sensation Adele, which will be making its first-ever appearance in the U.S. (read the story...)

Motown: The Musical Brings the Detroit Sound to the Great White Way
Berry Gordy is the beating heart of Motown: The Musical. He founded the legendary record company, and wrote and produced songs. And he not only wrote the book to the musical—he is the show’s central character. (read the story...)

Intrepid Museum's Kids Week 2014 Begins 2/15
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will host its annual Kids Week from Saturday, February 15-Sunday, February 23. During “Kids Week,” children will have the opportunity to participate in dozens of fun, educational and interactive activities the whole family will enjoy. (read the story...)

Intrepid Museum Presents Tour Guide Talks to Honor Black History Month
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will celebrate Black History Month this February with a special edition of its regular Tour Guide Talks. (read the story...)

NYC Museums: Exhibits for Every Taste
New York City is home to many world renowned museums, offering visitors more than 100 cultural institutions. Whether the little ones in your family want to see butterflies, learn about architecture, explore space, or you and a significant other wish to view an exhibit of Monet paintings, film set pieces, or learn about the history of sex in media, there are exhibits for every taste. (read the story...)

Beyond the Glitz: Entertaining Reads About the World of Broadway
"Nothing Like a Dame" is a compilation of in-depth interviews with the crème de la crème of leading ladies of the Great White Way – 20 of them – and a theater maven’s dream come true. (read the story...)

NYC Celebrates Japanese Restaurant Week 2/17-3/16
Japan Week's Japanese Restaurant Week 2014 will take place in New York City from February 17-March 16, with nearly thirty participating restaurants. The special dishes served will evoke the "100-Year-Old Flavors of Japan" theme, with a focus on the regional cuisines of Japan. (read the story...)

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