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Just Too Good to Be True - John Lloyd Young Is Back in Broadway's Jersey Boys
Young, who originated the role of Valli on Broadway in 2005 and won a Tony for best actor in a musical, recently returned to the smash hit after a five-year hiatus. (read the story...)

Guess Who's Coming to Broadway...
Just when you think you’ve laid out the perfect game plan for the new Broadway season, along comes a late-inning curveball or two and suddenly you’re reconfiguring your must-see lineup to accommodate last-minute arrivals and departures, shows and stars! (read the story...)

Intrepid's Space Shuttle Enterprise Added to the National Register of Historic Places
The Space Shuttle Enterprise, NASA’s original orbiter, now located at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places as of March 13, 2013, becoming the first orbiter to receive the distinction. (read the story...)

Cirque du Soleil Returns With Totem, Its Best Show in Years
Cirque du Soleil’s Totem is its best show in years. After two seasons of at Radio City Music Hall, Montreal’s export is back where it’s best seen: under its yello et bleu chapiteau, erected in a Citi Field parking lot. (read the story...)

Where to Watch March Madness in New York City
The NCAA men's basketball tournament kicks off this week, and if you're looking for a great bar where you can watch the games, Boomer Esiason's Stadium Grill at Bowlmor Lanes is the place to be. (read the story...)

Game of Thrones: The Exhibition - Now Through April 3
Game of Thrones Season Three premieres Sunday, March 31. For fans looking to immerse themselves in the world of Westeros, HBO, in partnership with Time Warner Cable, is bringing their Game of Thrones traveling exhibition to New York City from March 28 through April 3. (read the story...)

All Hail 'The King of New York' – Newsies Continues Its Broadway Reign
This classic American tale that places its bets on the underdog -- or rather, a ragtag team of underdogs fighting for their cause -- has been lighting up Broadway for a year, and it remains hot on the short list of high-demand tickets, much to the delight of the cast and crew. (read the story...)

Madame Tussauds New York Unveils New Bollywood Exhibit
The exhibit features incredibly lifelike wax figures of five Hindi cinema legends: Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai,Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor, and Amitabh Bachchan. (read the story...)

Top of the Rock Observation Deck Introduces New Ticket Options
The new Premier Pass includes two of Top of the Rock’s most popular retail items and more; the Sun & Stars combo ticket lets you visit twice in 24 hours at a discounted rate. (read the story...)

'A Little Bit of Mischief' and a Whole Lot of Magic at Matilda the Musical
With a record-breaking treasure chest of Olivier Awards in its arsenal, and sell-out runs at The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and London’s West End, there’s little doubt that Matilda will soar on this side of the pond as Broadway audiences surrender to its myriad charms. (read the story...)

Bobby Van’s Grill: Top-Flight Steaks in a High-Energy Atmosphere
Diners who want a dainty meal in a refined, sedate milieu are not the ones who seek out Bobby Van’s. It’s a rollicking, two-fisted, traditional New York City steakhouse. They specialize in man-sized portions of solid, substantial American favorites. (read the story...)

A New Crop of Tony Contenders Invigorate the Great White Way
March is most definitely making a bravura entrance with new season previews popping up like crocuses up and down the Great White Way. The much-anticipated lineup is nothing short of a marvel, boasting multiple first-ever revivals, one-person shows, mega musicals, and original plays. (read the story...)

Off Broadway, It's All in the Timing!
I know Valentine’s Day is long gone, but my jaded New York heart still swells when I think about the revival of playwright David Ives’ All in the Timing. You see, this particular collection of six one-act comedies was my intro to Mr. Ives’ smart, literate and awesomely loopy style, and I fell hard. (read the story...)

Fuerza Bruta - Running, Sloshing & Rocking Indefinitely
Fuerza Bruta comes from the same duo that created the groundbreaking De La Guarda: Buenos Aires natives Diqui James and Gaby Kerpel. And clearly, these two collaborators and their uninhibited group of young performers are open to anything. (read the story...)

Churrascaria Plataforma - A Brazilian Rodizio in Manhattan
Brazil is as much of an ethnic melting pot as the U.S., and this is reflected in the native cuisine. The variety of dishes is amazing, ranging from rice and beans and fish to pasta and chicken and pizza to kibbee. However, there’s one thing all Brazilians love: great cuts of meat. They love savory, prime cuts of beef and pork and traditional sausages. (read the story...)

Intrepid Celebrates Women's History Month with Free Guided Tours
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is offering three free Tour Guide Talks – “Intrepid Women: Extraordinary Stories of Women in Sea, Air & Space,” “The Real Rosie the Riveters” and “Sally Ride: Trailblazing Astronaut” – that will run every Saturday and Sunday in March, aboard the Intrepid. (read the story...)

The 2013 New York International Auto Show - Now Through April 7
The 2013 New York International Auto Show features the most extensive collection of the most technologically advanced vehicles on display anywhere in the world. (read the story...)

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas: Jewelry, Fashions & More
February means Valentine’s Day, and if you’re looking for a gift (or making up for a late one), New York City has myriad options for ways to please your sweetie, or someone dear to your heart. (read the story...)

Dave Attell, Artie Lange, Judy Gold to perform at Gotham Comedy Club to Support Elementary School
Comedy For A Cause will be a star-studded standup comedy show and live auction benefiting New York City Public Elementary School PS11 : The William T Harris School, located in Chelsea. It will take place at Gotham Comedy Club on and Tuesday, Feb. 12, featuring Dave Attell, W. Kamau Bell, Ray Ellin, Susie Essman, Judy Gold, Gilbert Gottfried, and Artie Lange. Doors open at 7pm, showtime begins at 7:30pm. (read the story...)

A Freak Like Me: Robert Cuccioli’s Sinister Turn in Broadway's Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
Going from heroic luminary to blood-curdling arch nemesis is a rapid character arc requiring both serious acting chops and playful flexibility -- no easy feat, to be sure, but Robert Cuccioli of Jekyll & Hyde fame is more than up to the challenge as he brings his talents (of questionably mutant proportions -- yep, he’s that good) to his dual role of Dr. Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin in the Broadway mega-hit Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. (read the story...)

Lychee House: Modern Chinese in Manhattan
When one thinks of lychees, one probably thinks of the chilled, sweet fruit served at the end of a Chinese meal. However, over the last three years, when New Yorkers hear the word “lychee,” many of us think of Lychee House on East 55th Street. (read the story...)

Close Encounters of the Romantic Kind - A Month of Theatrical Valentines
Since the lure of Valentine's Day romance is responsible for much of February’s mystique, we zero in on a few productions that are currently reverberating with passion both on and off Broadway. (read the story...)

Meet Astronaut Jerry L. Ross at The Intrepid, Jan. 31
Join Jerry L. Ross, the most-launched astronaut in history (seven times), as he leads a free public discussion about his career with NASA, which spanned the entire U.S. space shuttle program, his personal experience reaching 1,293 hours in space, including 58 hours and 18 minutes on nine space walks, and the hard work and determination necessary to travel beyond this world. (read the story...)

Patti LuPone to perform at 54 Below, Feb. 12-16
54 Below is delighted to welcome back its “girl singer,” two-time Tony winner Patti LuPone. Join Patti for a rare NY performance of her critically acclaimed show, Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda ….. played that part. She’ll perform songs from roles she coulda played, woulda played, if someone had just asked her or shoulda played, except she’s not a boy. Patti will sing treasures from such classic Broadway musicals as Hair, Bye Bye Birdie, Funny Girl, West Side Story, Kiss Me Kate and Peter Pan. Sondheim will be sprinkled in as well as some surprises you’d never expect her to sing because she’d never be cast in the part. Whether she’s belting out those pesky high D’s in Evita or caressing us with a love song, an evening at 54 Below with Patti is an experience never to be forgotten. (read the story...)

Sail Away Under a Full Moon with Spirit of New York Cruises
Come aboard Spirit Cruises tomorrow night, January 26, 2013 for its first Full Moon Dinner Cruise of the year. Enjoy delicious dining, dancing, entertainment and spectacular skyline views under the stars - all while the moon is at its fullest. Don't miss out on a memorable moonlit night. (read the story...)

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