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David Revere McFadden to Retire After 16 Years As Chief Curator of the Museum of Arts and Design
The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) today announced that David Revere McFadden, the Museum's William and Mildred Lasdon Chief Curator and VP of Collections and Programs, will retire from his position at the end of 2013. (read the story...)

Symphony Space Announces 2013/2014 Season
Now in its 35th year of diverse multidisciplinary arts programming, and under the artistic leadership of Laura Kaminsky, Symphony Space announces its 2013/2014 season of inventive works by renowned musical artists, authors, and performers. (read the story...)

Museum of Moving Image Explores Breaking Bad and the Transition 'From Mr. Chips to Scarface'
In celebration of the show that has been regarded by many as one of the greatest TV shoes of all time, the Museum of The Moving Image is hosting a new exhibit, From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White’s Transformation in Breaking Bad. (read the story...)

Spirit Cruises' Karaoke Dinner Cruise Continue; Plus: 25% Off in August
Come aboard Spirit Cruises' Friday Karaoke Dinner Cruises if you like to sing or have a friend or loved one that loves belting it out. (read the story...)

The US Open Kicks Off with Arthur Ashe Kids' Day on Saturday, August 24th
Tennis stars and top musicians converge with interactive games, free tennis clinics, and other activities geared toward the whole family, with the Ariana Grande, Austin Mahone, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, and many others (read the story...)

A Taste of The Pacific at McCormick & Schmick's
McCormick & Schmick’s takes great pride in being one of the nation’s premier seafood dining establishments. Their NYC location is just steps away from Radio City Music Hall, Top of the Rock, and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). (read the story...)

Body Worlds Announces Permanent Home in NYC
Discovery Times Square announced that it would be the first permanent home for BODY WORLDS, the world-renowned, international traveling exhibitions of aesthetic anatomy. (read the story...)

Cate Blanchett Shines in Woody Allen's Oscar-Worthy Blue Jasmine
Blanchett is at least Oscar-nomination bound for her performance in Blue Jasmine, as the socialite wife in downfall as the financial bubble of great wealth her husband created on the backs of others' bursts. (read the story...)

The Museums of Lower Manhattan
The Museums of Lower Manhattan is a collective of neighboring museums and historic sites with exhibits that range from multimedia shows to intimate galleries of personal artifacts to historical landmarks. (read the story...)

NYC Parks 2014: New Artwork, Spaces, Hidden Gems
New York City parks offer a great deal of history and beauty—not to mention artwork, myriad conveniences such as walking/biking trails, playgrounds, dog runs, opportunities for bird watching and more. Here’s a sampling of some hidden park gems that are worth a visit. (read the story...)

Summer Happy Hour at Benjamin Steakhouse and the Sea Fire Grill
This summer, NYC's Benjamin Steakhouse and the Sea Fire Grill are offering a special happy hour every Monday-Friday, 4-7pm, with $1.50 oysters and half-price wines by glass, drafts, and select cocktails. (read the story...)

At Toys 'R' Us Times Square, Everyone's a Kid!
It’s one of the most fun places to be in NYC! Toys“R”Us Times Square offers visitors three levels filled with toys and more, plus amazing special attractions like the 60-foot Ferris Wheel, the 20-foot high T-Rex and the life-sized Barbie® Dollhouse. (read the story...)

Beatlemania Resurrected: Brit Transport Let It Be Hits Broadway
The iconic songs, the mop-top haircuts, the swarms of screaming teenyboppers, the worldwide idolatry... Beatlemania is being reborn on Broadway: The British Invasion is once again storming the U.S. via this critically acclaimed concert-musical. (read the story...)

Aaron Posner Brings Potok's My Name Is Asher Lev to Off Broadway
One would think passion and religion would be natural allies. In My Name Is Asher Lev, these two ideals struggle to find a common ground in the orthodox Jewish world of Asher Lev and his parents circa 1950s Brooklyn. (read the story...)

Getting Your Summer Stage Groove On - Big Apple Style
While the rest of America may be test-driving their local summer stock productions, here in New York City the theatrical choices are seemingly endless, assuredly eclectic, and totally awesome. The only problem is, if you don’t have access to a time machine, there’s no way to catch them all. (read the story...)

Forest Hills Tennis Stadium Prepares for a Comeback
The former home base of the U.S. Open and a 16,000-seat concert venue is poised for a comeback with Mumford and Sons performing there on August 28 (read the story...)

Outdoor Dining on the Plaza at Bouchon Bakery in Rockefeller Center
Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Bakery at Rockefeller Center now offers a casual outdoor dining experience that embodies the vibrancy of Rockefeller Center coupled with classic bakery selections. (read the story...)

TKTS Now Open at the South Street Seaport
The Theatre Development Fund has reopened the South Street Seaport TKTS Discount Booth at a temporary location at the corner of Fulton and South Streets while its permanent home in the Seaport Marketplace at the corner of Front and John Streets is being renovated. (read the story...)

Statue of Liberty Reopened
Following an eight-month closure due to severe damage from Hurricane Sandy, you can once again visit Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty. (read the story...)

Going in Deep Cover Behind the Scenes at the Annie Revival
Get a good look at the collaborative work that especially goes into musicals with the PBS documentary Annie: It's the Hard-Knock Life, from Script to Stage, which takes viewers behind-the-scenes for a deep cover look at what it took to mount the current hit Broadway revival. (read the story...)

Janis, Grisham, and Waller Are Coming to Broadway This Fall
Rupert Holmes is bringing A Time to Kill to the Great White Way. Plus: The Bridges of Madison County and Janis Joplin. (read the story...)

Empire City Casino's 2013 Summer Concert Series
Get ready to party with some of music's biggest stars every Sunday this summer at Empire City Casino. Scheduled performers include KC and the Sunshine Band, Blues Traveler, LeAnn Rimes, Gavin DeGraw, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Loggins and more. (read the story...)

Pinch Opens at Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway
Named after the cooking vernacular, pinch has now opened at Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway in Westchester County, New York. (read the story...)

Summer NYC Theater Update: New Shows, Celebs, Festivals & More
New Broadway shows include First Date, The Beatles' Let It Be, and Luis Bravo’s Forever Tango. Plus: Wendy Williams in Chicago and more. (read the story...)

Madame Tussauds Counts Down to the World Cup
Portuguese soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will be the next personality to receive a wax figure at the famed attraction in New York and Las Vegas. (read the story...)

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