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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...)

Catch the Confederations Cup at Tio Pepe
Tio Pepe (and sister restaurant Casa Pepe, located in Brooklyn) are your headquarters for international soccer. (read the story...)

The Superman Franchise Is Rebooted With Man of Steel
The Man of Steel relaunch is an introduction to the Kryptonian alien Kal-El who becomes Superman. Though he has superpowers galore, don’t expect to see the two sides of Clark Kent just yet. (read the story...)

School Britannia: Matilda the Musical
If you happened to catch this year’s Tony Awards, you have a solid idea of why tickets to Matilda the Musical are in high demand by both grown-ups who survived childhood and kids who are currently navigating its unpredictable ins, outs, and “whatevers.” (read the story...)

The 2013 Tony Awards Are Live From Radio City This Sunday
Remember the old M-G-M axiom: “More stars than there are in the heavens!” The 2013 67th annual Tony Awards, telecast by CBS live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday from 8-11pm, has that beat. There’ll be more stars than there are in the galaxy! (read the story...)

'True Love Gone Awry' in Murder Ballad
Freshly transported downtown by the Manhattan Theatre Club, Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash's Murder Ballad leads audiences through tangled, lusty webs against the backdrop of a divided New York City. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Hits Abound This Summer
Do you know the way to Off Broadway, where this has been one of the best seasons ever? Two of the best and most nominated shows are big hits, and two new potential hits have just arrived. (read the story...)

Summer Concerts at Mohegan Sun
The summer concert schedule at Mohegan Sun casino/resort in Uncasville, Connecticut is in full swing. Highlights include Alice Cooper, Marilyn Manson, Heart, Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five, and more. (read the story...)

Sofia Vergara Immortalized in Wax at Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds has announced that Emmy-nominated actress and model Sofia Vergara will be the next personality to be immortalized in wax, not once, but twice, at the famed attraction on Tuesday, June 4. (read the story...)

Annie on Broadway: I Think She's Gonna Like It Here!
While now may not be as bleak a period as the Great Depression, the rocky times are fraught with one too many gloomy parallels to dark events of the 1930s. Fortunately, these parallels are turned gently upside down in Broadway’s splendid revival of Annie. (read the story...)

Elevate - New American Cuisine With a Japanese Twist
Only in NYC will you find a restaurant serving modern Japanese and New American food in Chinatown. Located in the Wyndham Garden Hotel, it’s relatively uncommon name gives little or no clue as to its identity. (read the story...)

Memorial Day Weekend Parades and More in New York City
Memorial Day weekend is often regarded as the kickoff to summer. But more importantly, it is the day to honor citizens who've served the United States in times of war. We’ve included here a roundup of parades/events around the city. (read the story...)

Broadway Buzz, Big Apple-Style
From Broadway to Lincoln Center to Central Park and beyond, NYC is amping up for its sunniest of seasons with a city full of stars (the 67th Annual Tony Awards on June 9th being the official jumping-off showcase), new productions, and a smattering of intoxicating surprises. (read the story...)

Summer -- and New York City -- Is in Full Swing Aboard Spirit Cruises
All year long, Spirit Cruises features specialty cruises that celebrate national holidays and local events that are perfect for individual fun and exceptional group outings. They’ve also put together some special offers and lively theme cruises that are sure to add a splash of fun to your social life. (read the story...)

Another Opening of Another Box Office Blockbuster: Star Trek Into Darkness
Summer blockbusters are rolling off Hollywood’s assembly lines so fast – and weekly breaking cineplex box office records, it’s hard to keep up with them. Star Trek Into Darkness launches the Enterprise into a “life-or-death chess game with unstoppable forces of destruction.” (read the story...)

Grand Central Oyster Bar Welcomes Copper River King Salmon to Menu on May 20
The first catch of the "Rolls Royce of king salmon," from the Copper River in Alaska, is slated to reach Grand Central Oyster Bar's menu on Monday, May 20. (read the story...)

Third Annual Tony Awards Film Series This Saturday at the Paley Center for Media
The Tony Awards are June 9, with a three-hour CBS live telecast from Radio City Music Hall, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, but you don’t have to wait that long for a taste of past Tonys and a classic color telecast of a Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. The Third Annual Tony Awards Film Series is May 18 at the Paley Center for Media. (read the story...)

Echoes Of Etta featuring William Blake at Joe's Pub on May 23
Back by popular demand, Joe's Pub will present an encore performance of Echoes of Etta, a tribute to Etta James featuring William Blake and Michael Thomas Murray, on Thursday, May 23 at 7:30pm. (read the story...)

A Potential Summer Blockbuster with Pomp, Circumstance, Dimension, and Style: The Great Gatsby
It’s considered one of the great novels of the 20th century. It’s also considered unfilmbable, which hasn’t stopped Hollywood and TV from several attempts. (read the story...)

Public Art Springs Up All Over Manhattan Parks
New York City embraces the spring weather and New Yorkers and tourists alike can catch some culture while enjoying the City’s parks this season. The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation’s Art in the Parks program features an eclectic array of artwork in green spaces throughout the five boroughs. Over the next two weeks seven artists, both established and emerging, will open exhibitions throughout downtown and midtown Manhattan. (read the story...)

Watch the World Flow by at Cafe Bari Soho
The people of Soho have been flocking to Cafe Bari Soho for two decades. Even with its prime location on the corner of Broadway and Spring Street, it's their Mediterranean food tilting toward Italy that pulls them in. (read the story...)

Empire City Casino Hosts Kentucky Derby Specials This Saturday
Thoroughbred racing aficionados should run to Empire City Casino and Yonkers Raceway for the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 4. A pair of special promotions have the central theme of the fabled “Run for the Roses,” known as the most exciting two minutes in sports. (read the story...)

Save 15% aboard Spirit Cruises' Mother's Day Lunch & Dinner Cruises
Give Mom the day off and treat her to a special day full of festivities and fun aboard Spirit Cruises. (read the story...)

Intrepid Museum Begins Its 'Summer Salute to Heroes' With Memorial Day Weekend Celebrations
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum kicks off its annual Summer Salute to Heroes with a Memorial Day Weekend celebration running May 24-28, with appearances by The Voice's Angie Johnson, a screening of Top Gun and more. (read the story...)

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