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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...)

Holidays in New York City - Events, Theater, Ice Skating, and More
If you're spending the 2013 holidays in NYC, you won't want to miss these annual events and special performances that make the Big Apple one of the merriest places on the planet. Check back for updates! (read the story...)

Once - A Gentle Powerhouse of a Musical (You Just May Lose Your Heart)
Now, a year-and-a-half after capturing the Tony Award for 2012's Best Musical -- effectively defying odds that traditionally favor mega-musicals -- Once still catches theatergoers slightly off-guard with its earthy pub ambience and quirky charm. (read the story...)

Museum of Jewish Heritage to Host Winter Family Day on January 12
Shake off the snowflakes at Winter Magic with Naomi Less, a high-energy concert where everybody is encouraged to sing along, move to the music, and spread the joy. (read the story...)

Madame Tussauds NY Unveils Celebrity-Themed Trees for the Holiday Season
On Tuesday, December 3, Madame Tussauds New York will unveil a series of celebrity-themed holiday trees inspired by Katy Perry, Carmelo Anthony, and Sofia Vergara to be displayed through the holiday season. (read the story...)

Nutcracker Rouge Makes Its NYC Debut This Holiday Season
For the 2013 holiday season, Company XIV and The Saint At Large will present the New York premiere of Nutcracker Rouge, a sparkling reimagining of the beloved Nutcracker tale told with erotic, sensual, and opulent flair. (read the story...)

The New York City Ballet Presents The Nutcracker
This year, the New York City Ballet will present the holiday classic George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker through Sunday, December 30, at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. (read the story...)

Reichenbach Hall - Celebrating Oktoberfest Year Round in Midtown Manhattan
Gerda Reichenbach was the inspiration for Reichenbach Hall. Yet few if any of the drinkers and eaters at the cavernous, rip-roaring German beer and eating spot on West 37th Street have ever heard of her. (read the story...)

Jersey Boys Primed to Make Clint Eastwood’s Day in June 2014
The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is gearing up for its cinematic debut on June 20, 2014 (read the story...)

'Jesus' Returns to Broadway as the Regular “Guy” in Once
Paul Nolan, last seen on Broadway as Jesus in the 2012 revival of Jesus Christ Superstar, will be taking over the male lead in the Tony-winning musical Once. (read the story...)

Broadway Departures - What the Holidays Mean for the Great White Way
The season's limited runs, closing shows, and more. (read the story...)

Bierko as Trunchbull in Matilda Down for the Count
Craig Bierko has officially bowed out of the hit musical after a protracted recuperation from a shoulder injury that refuses to heal in a timely manner. (read the story...)

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular Starring the Rockettes
Santa's on the roof, the Rockettes are high kicking, and Radio City Music Hall's decked out for the 2013 version of the Christmas Spectacular (read the story...)

Discovery Times Square Announces Final Weeks of The Art of the Brick
After welcoming an unprecedented number of visitors since opening in June, the world’s biggest and most elaborate display of art created from LEGO bricks will see its final day in New York City’s Times Square on January 5, 2014. (read the story...)

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Gets 'Kinky'
Suddenly there’s a compelling new reason for theatre lovers (and adults of all ages) to be psyched on November 28th – and it has nothing to do with food or football. (read the story...)

Big Apple Circus Is Back at Lincoln Center With 'Luminocity'
Catch all the verve, the high-spirits and racing-pulse thrills of the world’s greatest circus artists in one ring under their intimate Big Top, where no seat is more than 50 feet from ringside. (read the story...)

Where to Dine on Thanksgiving 2013 in New York City
Are you visiting NYC over the holidays and looking for an incredible Thanksgiving dinner at one of the best restaurants in the world? Here's where you'll find turkey, all the sides, and so much more. (read the story...)

Madame Tussauds NY to Unveil Project Runway Rockette Costume
Four Rockettes from the Radio City Christmas Spectacular will be on hand for the unveiling. The costume was designed during a special Rockettes-themed episode of Lifetime’s “Project Runway” by finalist Christopher Palu and pays tribute to the Rockettes New York City home with a sequined skyline. (read the story...)

Mary Bridget Davies Shines in A Night With Janis Joplin on Broadway
In case you were wondering, the adrenaline-fueled, fiercely candid Broadway musical A Night With Janis Joplin is in no way your standard celebrity-impersonator concert. (read the story...)

Holiday Gift Guide 2013
New York City is the shopping capital of world—and there’s no better place to be when you need to cross names off of your holiday-gift list. Here’s a sampling of some great gift ideas from a variety of stores in all corners of the city. (read the story...)

AMNH's Power of Poison Explores the History, Myths & Medical Marvels of Nature’s Ongoing Struggle to Survive
From the pedestrian poisons of nicotine and caffeine, to the arsenic of Agatha Christie mystery novels, to the beautiful and deceptive innocence of the small but poisonous Golden Frog, the myriad facets of poison are explored in the American Museum of Natural History's new exhibit. (read the story...)

First Annual Holidays on the Hudson: Lighting of the Ships & Boat Parade Sets Sail Dec. 9
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises and World Yacht are starting a new New York City holiday tradition with the first ever Holidays on the Hudson: Lighting of the Ships & Boat Parade, consisting of a holiday-themed party and two specialty boat cruises for local non-profits (read the story...)

Debra Jo Rupp Is Becoming Dr. Ruth Off Broadway
Showtime might have Masters of Sex, but Off-Broadway has welcomed something far better to New York audiences: Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the tiny woman with the unmistakable accent who pulled the pin on the Puritanical hand grenade responsible for opening up the discussion of sex. (read the story...)

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