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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...)

Madame Tussauds NY Unveils New SpongeBob SquarePants Experience
This custom, fully interactive experience is designed to replicate the sights and sounds of one of SpongeBob’s favorite hangouts, Jellyfish Fields. (read the story...)

Scholastic Presents the 'Gold Medal Book List' to Get Kids Ready for the 2014 Winter Games
In celebration of the upcoming Winter Games, Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, created the “Gold Medal Book List,” a special winter sports-themed list of books curated by Scholastic Reading Club. (read the story...)

Quinn Lemley Headlines Sizzling Revue Burlesque to Broadway, February 5-8
The art of the tease used to be so titillating until everything around us became titillating. Singer/dancer Quinn Lemley, harks back to an actually more innocent time in her colorful and high-octane revue, Burlesque to Broadway. (read the story...)

Rockettes Kick Off 'Heart and Lights' at Grand Central Terminal on February 5
The Rockettes' brand new, live theatrical production, Heart and Lights, is set to kick off with a sneak peek of the dynamic number “Electricity” in Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday, February 5 at 11:30am. (read the story...)

Film Society of Lincoln Center & Dance Films Present 'Dance on Camera'
The Dance on Camera series, presented for the 17th consecutive season by the Film Society of Lincoln Center [FSLC] and Dance Films from January 31 through February 4, is as diverse as ever. (read the story...)

PBS's Great Performances Presents Christopher Plummer in William Luce's Barrymore
Legendary stage, screen, and TV star Christopher Plummer is recreating his Tony- and Drama Desk-winning role as stage and screen legend John Barrymore in the film adaptation of William Luce’s Barrymore (read the story...)

Tips for Planning a Group Trip to New York City
You’ve decided to plan a trip to New York City, the greatest city on Earth! You are in good company. According to nycgo.com, in 2012, 52.7 million people (international and domestic) visited New York City, and spent $36.9 billion dollars! While New York City is only 23.7 miles, it is the world’s greatest metropolis, offering an endless selection of museums, venues, restaurants and shopping options. For someone who has never been here before, it can be overwhelming. If you’re thinking of putting together a group of family, friends or students to visit, here are some recommendations on how to make a group tour easier! (read the story...)

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Theatergoers Bonanza Time: Huge Discounts for Broadway and Off
In mid-January the Off-Broadway Alliance steps up to dazzle theatergoers with its popular bi-annual promotion known as 20at20: $20 tickets for 40 Off Broadway plays and musicals available 20 minutes prior to curtain. This year’s event runs from Jan. 22 through Feb. 10. (read the story...)

New York City Ballet Launches Second Annual Art Series
Now through March 2nd, the New York City Ballet presents the second installation of its acclaimed Art Series initiative, coinciding with their 2014 Winter Season. (read the story...)

New Shows, New Stars & Proven Hits Mix It Up on the Great White Way!
Tracking cast-member changes and new shows this time of year can be like trying to nail water to a wall: breaking theatre news in the months leading up to the Tony nominations is relentless. Still, having inside info is bound to pay off. (read the story...)

Top of the Rock's Starlight Music Series Begins February 12
Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center will kick off the Winter Starlight Music Series with a live performance from Brooklyn rock n' roll four-piece The Bothers. (read the story...)

Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812: The Music Plays On
The most tantalizing aspect of the Off-Broadway hit Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 is that everything about it is unexpected. Even its venue: a tent in the heart of Broadway’s Theatre District seems to appear out of nowhere and simply morph into a Russian supper club as you wend your way from the street to your table. (read the story...)

Sofia Vergara & Buca di Beppo Kick Off 'Meatballs 4 Niños'
The campaign that aims to raise money and awareness for St. Jude Children.s Research Hospital and its mission of finding cures and saving children fighting cancer and other deadly diseases. (read the story...)

Backstage at 54 Below - January 21 Lineup
For those craving a show after the show, 54 BELOW, located just below the legendary Studio 54 near Times Square & the Theater District, offers its Tuesday night cocktail party/songfest, “Backstage.” (read the story...)

Rock of Ages to Perform on Super Bowl Boulevard in NYC on January 30th
Broadway's five-time Tony Award-nominated Rock of Ages has been handpicked by the National Football League to help celebrate Super Bowl XLVIII in high-octane, rocker fashion. (read the story...)

Daniel Radcliffe Is Coming Back to Broadway for The Cripple of Inishmaan
In terms of Tony nominations, it looks like Daniel Radcliffe’s third Broadway outing may be the charm (read the story...)

Valentine’s Day in New York City - Romantic Restaurants and More
Many New York City restaurants offer special menus for Valentine’s Day. Here is a wide variety of options for dining -- to be updated regularly -- plus other ways to spend the holiday, including cruises, museum events, and more. (read the story...)

Italian Futurism Exhibition Now Open at the Guggenheim Museum
Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe is the first comprehensive overview in the United States of one of Europe’s most important 20th-century avant-garde movements. (read the story...)

The Lion King Roars for 16 Years on Broadway's Pride Rock
While its coterie of anthropomorphic characters -- from the lions of Pride Rock to the soaring birds and sprightly antelopes -- live, grow, and embrace “The Circle of Life,” The Lion King itself shows no signs of succumbing to a setting sun as it enjoys its 17th year on Broadway. (read the story...)

NYC Gets Ready for Super Bowl XLVIII
New York City is in a frenzy for this year’s Super Bowl XLVIII, set for Sunday, February 2 (6:25pm EST). Why? After a huge bidding war, this year’s big game will take place at MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands in New Jersey; New York will be serving as an official co-host. This means it will be the the first-ever Super Bowl held at an outdoor stadium, in a cold-weather city. (read the story...)

Korchma Taras Bulba - An Authentic Eastern European Experience in SoHo
Tired of the same old, same old restaurants? Have I got a place for you: Korchma Taras Bulba, a Ukrainian restaurant on West Broadway in SoHo. (read the story...)


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