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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...)

The 87th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Kicks Off the Holiday Season
A global icon of the holiday season returns to the bring the nation another year of enchantment, as the 87th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marches down the streets of New York City. (read the story...)

'Take a Chance on' Mamma Mia!
In Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ musical Mamma Mia!, one girl’s search for her father brings chaos, questions, and a hefty repertoire of classic ABBA tunes to the Winter Garden Theatre. Now in its 12th year on Broadway, Mamma Mia! has played over 4,500 performances so far to ABBA fans and theater-goers primed for conversion. (read the story...)

Out and About on the Great White Way
You might have noticed that the Bard is all over the place: Romeo and Juliet with Orlando Bloom; Macbeth starring Ethan Hawke; and Richard III and Twelfth Night in repertory and showcasing two-time Tony winner Mark Rylance’s masculine (Richard) and feminine (Olivia) sides. (read the story...)

Chicago's Roz Ryan Proves When You're Good To Mama, Broadway's Good To You!
Roz Ryan has lost count of the number of Roxie Harts, Velma Kellys and Billy Flynns she’s worked with over the 15 years she’s been in and out of the role of the pragmatically corrupt Matron “Mama” Morton in Chicago, but she’s certainly been enjoying the ride -- and the company. (read the story...)

New York City Police Museum Opens Temporary Location on Wall Street
The New York City Police Museum has announced a new temporary home at 45 Wall Street. The Museum has been closed since October 29, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy. (read the story...)

Madison Square Garden Transformed in $1-billion Makeover
A “new,” advanced, state-of-the-art Madison Square Garden has reopened after the completion of a three-year, $1-billion “top-to-bottom” transformation, which significantly enhances every aspect of the historic arena. (read the story...)

Brooklyn Museum Says 'Oui' to The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From Sidewalk to Catwalk
Jean Paul Gaultier has designed haute couture pieces for some of the world’s most iconic performers, from Madonna to Lady Gaga. Beyoncé is a fan of his work. Now, an exhibit five years in the making presents some of his finest works. (read the story...)

Midtown Comics Opens New Shop Inside Toys'R'Us Times Square
Midtown Comics has expanded its Manhattan reach, opening of its comic book-themed feature shop at the legendary Toys“R”Us Times Square in New York City. (read the story...)

Mother Africa to Celebrate the Holiday Season at the New Victory Theater
Featuring a diverse cast from different countries throughout the African continent, Mother Africa mixes modern circus arts with traditional African dance and music. (read the story...)

Choice Picks from 51st New York Film Festival Hit Cineplexes
"Expansive" is the most apt word for this year’s 51st New York Film Festival, which exhibited more celebrity-studded Main Slate films than ever. Now, with the 17-day Festival concluded, many of the films are opening or will open before year’s ends in cineplexes. (read the story...)

Wicked Joins the Pantheon of Broadway 10-Year Hits—With No End in Sight!
Glinda and Elphaba, the very different witches of Wicked, are close to celebrating the 10th anniversary of the musical’s opening. Since October 30, 2003, Wicked has enchanted more than seven million Broadway theatregoers who have fallen under its spell. (read the story...)

How to Train Your Dragon's Toothless to Join Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
This Thanksgiving, a mythical dragon will be spotted over the skies of New York City as millions of spectators catch a glimpse of the fierce but beloved Toothless in the 87th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. (read the story...)

New World-Record Giant Pumpkin on Display at NY Botanical Garden through October
Winning pumpkins from regional weigh-offs across the United States and Canada, including one that broke the world record for heaviest pumpkin set last year, will be on display for a limited time from October 19-31. (read the story...)


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