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The NYC Concerts You Need to See this Summer

Summer concerts are a rite of passage for New Yorkers old and new alike, and this year is no exception.Chock full of rock bands, from Bon Jovi to Lynyrd Skynyrd the line-up seems to...

Angels in America is Relevant as Ever After 25 Years

A quarter of a century after making its original Broadway debut, this powerhouse of a play is back in New York, in a new, gorgeous production featuring an all-star cast. The 1993 and 1994...

The Martini’s Enduring Appeal

Most drinks come and go. Their existence may last for a week or a season or even a few decades as a trend. But few stand the test of time, enduring through generations, and...

New York’s Hidden Parks

No city would be complete without a planned set of green spaces, and New York City is no exception, with open space accounting for a quarter of Manhattan's 10,900 acres. Though most think first...

Seven Things You Didn’t Know about Columbus Circle

Millions of visitors pass through Columbus Circle each year, entering Central Park past its triumphal fountains. Yet few know much about the iconic intersection itself. Here are seven things you didn’t know about Columbus...

Frozen on Broadway, And We Can’t Let it Go

Do you want to build a snowman? New York audiences are answering a resounding "Yes."At a recent preview showing of Frozen, the sold-out Broadway theater erupted in joyous screams, "oohs," "ahhs" and even tears throughout the...

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