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Yankee Stadium to Host NHL Hockey Games in Late January
Yankee Stadium will host two games as part of the the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series on January 26 & 29 (read the story...)

Cirque du Pippin: The Tony-Winning Revival Soars
Under a hallowed circus tent, an ambitious prince sets out on a quest to live an extraordinary life. It’s a declaration that touched Broadway for the first time in 1972 with Stephen Schwartz’s enchanted musical Pippin, which centers on a young man who yearns to find his greatest joy and his own, unique “Corner of the Sky.” (read the story...)

The Strange, Wonderful Case of the Jekyll & Hyde Club Times Square
It's getting a bit more difficult to find one of those “only in New York” dining experiences. But fear not—or, perhaps, be fearful—as the Jekyll and Hyde Club Times Square offers a dining adventure unlike any we’ve experienced in some time. (read the story...)

Before the Curtain Rises, and After: Theater District and Times Square Dining
New York City's Theater District is a microcosm of the variety of dining experiences in the city. If you’re going to a show, you can grab a great meal from one of the many pre-theatre menus available. If you don't have a curtain to catch, wait to dine until the theatregoers disperse (around 8pm), or head over to one of the many restaurants that are a destination unto themselves. (read the story...)

T.G.I. Friday's - High-Spirited Dining in Times Square
T.G.I Friday’s has opened just off Times Square on 46th Street, offering happy chatter, upbeat music, prominent televisions, a bustling open kitchen, and multi-page, bed-sheet-size menus. (read the story...)

Rockefeller Center: NYC's Winter Hot Spot
Christmas and New Year’s may be behind us, but the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree remains lit through January 7th and skating on the world-famous rink continues through April. (read the story...)

The Bridges of Madison County: The Magic Begins
If you have a romantic bone in your body, prepare to fall hard. The much-anticipated Broadway musical The Bridges of Madison County, based on the bestselling novel by Robert James Waller, is set to begin previews on January 17th. (read the story...)

New Year, New Shows - Carpe 2014!
Here in the Big Apple you can cash in your Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway chits for the guaranteed antidote of first-rate theatrical escapism. (read the story...)

Staghorn Steakhouse - City Dining of the Highest Order
Not all of New York’s finest steakhouses are in its fanciest neighborhoods, and Staghorn Steakhouse well illustrates the point. It’s a handsome place that delivers smooth, professional service along with its dry aged USDA Prime beef. (read the story...)

Buckle Up New York! Join the Professional Bull Riders at Madison Square Garden
Want to ring in the New Year with a buck instead of a bang? Then the place to be is Madison Square Garden because it’s rodeo time as the Professional Bull Riders kick off its 2014 Built Ford-Tough Series riding, trying to stay on the most incredible monster bulls you’ll find anywhere for eight seconds. (read the story...)

Mysteries of the Unseen World to be First 3D Digital Film at AMNH
For the first time ever, the American Museum of Natural History will show films in 3D digital beginning on Friday, January 10, with Mysteries of the Unseen World—a new giant-screen adventure that transports audiences to hidden dimensions too small, too fast, or too slow for the human eye. (read the story...)

All in the Family - Chicago Welcomes Back Bebe Neuwirth & More
Bebe Neuwirth is returning to Chicago in a new role, and Ron Raines joins Annie as Daddy Warbucks (read the story...)

Enjoy a Sweet New Year's Eve at Grand Central Oyster Bar
Visions of holiday sugarplums will be dancing on the plates of visitors at the Grand Central Oyster Bar on New Year’s Eve, when the historic eatery once again offers its annual dessert menu. (read the story...)

Empire State Building to Celebrate Holidays With Light-and-Music Shows
This holiday season, the Empire State Building will be offering the "ultimate gift" to New York natives, tourists, and the world: five nights of LED tower light shows, synchronized to a mix of classic and modern holiday music. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Must-Sees for December 2013
It never hurts to get a "heads up" on theatre comings and goings — especially when certain shows pop in and head out in a New York nanosecond. Here are two Off-Broadway shows I urge you to consider before they exit during this holiday season. (read the story...)

Give the Gift of Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House This Holiday Season - And Get a Gift Back
Enjoy all the things you love and more this holiday season at Del Frisco's Steak House: Buy $100 in Del Frisco's Gift Cards and get a $10 gift card -- on them. Or, buy $500 gift cards and get an additional $25 gift card. (read the story...)

Laura Osnes Casts a Magic Spell in Broadway's Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella
Laura Osnes would be the first to admit that the role of Cinderella fits her like, well, a glass slipper. Her loving and sweet personality, both onstage and off, coupled with an amazing voice, is just right for the fairy tale character at the center of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, which opened on Broadway for the first time last March. (read the story...)

Patsy's Italian Restaurant Celebrates Frank Sinatra's Birthday
The New York City institution, known for years as Frank Sinatra's favorite, will pay tribute to their number one customer by offering his favorite dishes on Thursday, December 12. (read the story...)

All Aboard the Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden
The NYC holiday season is "full steam ahead" as the New York Botanical Garden is celebrating the 22nd anniversary of its Holiday Train Show. Trains, nature-fabricated landmarks, and the breathtaking fauna in the Enid Haupt Conservatory Victorian glasshouse provide a colorful and exciting eyeful of holiday family entertainment. (read the story...)

Where to Dine on Christmas in New York City
During the holidays, many of the city's top restaurants feature special menus for the week of Christmas. Here's a list at some of our favorites -- which will be updated regularly, so be sure to check back! (read the story...)

NYE in NYC - Celebrating New Year's Eve in New York City
The clock will strike midnight, the Ball will drop, kisses will be exchanged, and the promise of a New Year will light up the night sky. New Year's is a time to reflect on all that has happened, and set ambitious new goals. Of course, it is also a time let our hair down and celebrate. New York City provides many opportunities for merrymaking on the 31st. Here's where you want to be when the clock strikes 2014. (read the story...)

Keeping the Holidays Happy & Bright: The Best of Broadway and Seasonal Surprises
Sharing a show with loved ones at this time of year means creating a memory that will be cherished long after other gifts are history. So get out your smartphones and tap in whatever strikes your holiday fancy from these select, Santa-sanctioned, something-for-every-member-of-the-family productions currently lighting up Big Apple stages! (read the story...)

Clarinet Master David Krakauer to Premiere 'The Big Picture' at Museum of Jewish Heritage
From January 29 through February 23 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, international concert artist David Krakauer will present his newest, most adventurous project yet: The Big Picture, a musical tribute to the movies. (read the story...)

Chita Rivera to Ring in 2014 at NYC's 54 Below
Revered Broadway legend Chita Rivera will ring in 2014 at 54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, for a special New Year's Eve engagement on December 31 at 7 & 11pm. (read the story...)

NYC Indoor Fun - Winter Escapes for the Whole Family
Winter has arrived in NYC, and that means chilly air, rain and occasionally snow that puts the “white” in the “Great White Way.” Now, the city is lovely in winter—but many of us want to stay warm, and there are myriad indoor things to do when the temperature drops too low. (read the story...)


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