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Top 5 Tourist Destinations Native New Yorkers Should Experience

By Danielle Zickl, Contributing Writer, May 24, 2016

I recently had the experience of showing some friends around NYC who had never visited before. I have to be honest when I say I wasn’t exactly thrilled at the idea, because, of course, they wanted to see ...

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10 Things to Do in NYC for Under $30 (and some are even free!)

By Danielle Zikl, Contributing Writer, May 4, 2016

If you’re like me, a recent college grad whose money goes toward student loans, food, and not much else, you live for finding cheap (or even free) things to do for fun.  Good thing NYC has a lot to offer in ...

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Obscura Day 2016 April 16th

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, Apr. 1, 2016

Whenever I get a passing thought that maybe I should leave this expensive, loud, over crowded city, something like Obscura Day comes along and I am reminded why we all stay.

Thank the folks at Atlas Obscura, a ...

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Music and Cocktails at The Miller Theater—How Can You ...

ZEALnyc, March 24, 2017 Looking for a way to relax after a hard day at the office? Or maybe a way to hear a little music? Or maybe a place to have a drink? How about combining all these needs into 'one-stop shopping'?  The Miller Theater at ...

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Planning a Trip to Cuba? What You Need to Know ...

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, March 24, 2017 For years, visions of Cuba danced before my eyes like Shangri-La or El Dorado, the colorful, wonderful land that was very close, yet very far away. My partner and I have wanted to visit for ages. He loves Cuban ...

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Review: ‘Angry Young Man’ – A Zany Yet Serious Satire

By Miles Harter, Contributing Writer, March 24, 2017 Angry Young Man, by accomplished British playwright and director, Ben Woolf, is a satire that explores varying and complicated attitudes towards immigration. The imaginative and slapstick play was critically acclaimed in London and Australia, and in its U.S. ...

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THE PRICE CAST
Mark Ruffalo  Victor Franz Tony Shalhoub  Walter Franz Jessica Hecht  Esther Franz Danny DeVito  Gregory Solomon 

THE PRICE CREATIVE
Arthur Miller  Playwright   Terry Kinney  Director 

Derek McLane—Set Designer
Sarah J. Holden—Costume Designer
David Weiner—Lighting Designer
Rob Milburn & Michael Bodeen—Sound Designers

Review: 'The Price' Returns a Rarely Seen Miller Work to ...

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, March 23, 2017 What makes life a success? In Arthur Miller’s The Price, which opened on Broadway recently, policeman Victor gave up his dreams and dropped out of college to care for his father, who went bust in the Depression. His ...

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Jazz Notes: Review of Kevin Eubanks' Superb New Recording: 'East ...

By Denin Koch, Contributing Writer ZEALnyc, March 23, 2017 Too often, jazz concept albums are so dedicated to their premise that the music suffers. The tunes aren’t interesting, the rhythm section doesn’t groove, and the soloists are phoning it in. With East West Time Line, ...

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Manhattan Theatre Club Serves Up 'The Little Foxes'—With A ...

By Helaine Feldman, Contributing Writer, March 23, 2017 Manhattan Theatre Club presents a revival of Lillian Hellman’s classic 1939 drama of greed and ambition, The Little Foxes, which  begins previews on March 29 and opens on April 19 at Broadway’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 West 47th Street. This ...

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Review: 'Beneath the Gavel' Interrogates the Art World Via the ...

By Justin Sharon, Contributing Writer, March 22, 2017 “I’ve always felt that a lot of modern art is a con, and that the most successful painters are often better salesmen and promoters than they are artists,” said by a man in 1987 who knows art, or at ...

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Review: 'Chess Match No. 5'—A Tribute to Composer John ...

By Megan Wrappe, Contributing Writer, March 22, 2017 Chess Match No. 5 is the current production by the Abington Theatre Company playing at the June Havoc Theatre. The show, which felt more like a 90 minute monologue, centers around two characters, He (Will Bond) and She (Ellen Lauren), and ...

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Review: 'How To Transcend a Happy Marriage' Is, Well, Transcendent

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, March 21, 2017 We are all so confused. Here are the headers of the first two Show-Score member reviews of the new Sarah Ruhl play, How to Transcend a Happy Marriage. The first says: “Boring, Excruciating, Overrated, Overwritten, Overbloated writing.” The second: “...

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Review: Paul Taylor Presents 'Soup To Nuts' and More at ...

By Sheila Kogan, Contributing Writer, March 21, 2017 I hadn’t seen Paul Taylor’s signature dance, Esplanade, for many years, and I’m happy to report that it is still the joyous experience that I remembered. Beginning with everyday movements—walking, skipping, running, and even crawling—...

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You Outta Know: Soundscape 9:09 The Metropolitan Museum’s Unexpected Gift

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, Apr.1, 2016

The Metropolitan Museum has always had a rather complicated relationship with its collection of Modern and Contemporary Art.  Once relegated to a very unappealing, difficult to locate, lightless lower gallery, it was ...

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You Outta Know: National Theater Live

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, March 8, 2016

This is (was) the best kept secret in New York.  National Theater Live brings filmed live performances of some of the United Kingdom’s greatest productions to the big screen.  After around five ...

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Harlem Itineraries for Every Season – Winter, Another in ZEALnyc’s Harlem Neighborhood Series

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, February 29, 2016

Harlem is a neighborhood for all seasons. And for those unfamiliar with all its offerings, we’ve created some itineraries, one for each season. So no matter when you decide to go, you’ll have some glorious ...

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Four Harlem Happenings, ZEALnyc’s Harlem Neighborhood Series

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, February 16, 2016

What’s happening in Harlem this month? There’s always so much happening in Harlem and this month the choices are especially broad.

MIST Harlem has an ongoing exhibition ...

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Top 8 Places to Spend Your Valentine’s Day in New York City

Cherilyn Beckles, Contributing Writer, February 7th, 2016

Love isn’t the only thing that is in the air this Valentine’s Day! Take your loved one to the place of their dreams or excite them with somewhere new with these great ticket offers and events. Here ...

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Sweet Spots in Harlem – First in ZEALnyc Harlem Neighborhood Series

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, February 4, 2016

The area between Harlem’s 116th and 121st, from Frederick Douglass to Lenox Avenue is rife with sweet, sweet choices! Each of these spots has its own specialty, ...

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The Tea Totaling Trail – Your Guide to the Teas of New York City

Ishani Chatterji, Contributing Writer, January 29, 2016

A warm cup of tea and good book are the perfect companions for a winter afternoon. Tea is generally a good, healthy alternative to most liquids we chose to consume on a daily basis. ...

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You Outta Know: Syndicated

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor

This is like a dream come true.  Syndicated offers a menu of high quality, seasonal ingredients, interesting drinks, comfy seats, and a movie.  Think art house classics, ...

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You Outta Know: The African Market in Harlem

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor

Tired of the same old same old?  You won’t find that here.  Shopping the African Market is like taking a trip to Cameroon or Mali, The Congo or Senegal, Ghana or West Africa, as all those countries’ crafts are represented ...

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Koneko Kat Kafe

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor

Full disclosure, I am an animal lover, all except cats.  I’ve just never felt the appeal.  When asked to visit the Koneko Kat Kafe, I was less than thrilled.  What I pictured:  a very cutesy, even twee, environment where cats would roam around my ...

Seinfeld At The Beacon in Monthly Concert Series: 'Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestand'

Seinfeld At The Beacon in Monthly Concert Series: ‘Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestand’

Mark McLaren, Editor in Chief, December 1, 2015

Hoping that lightening strikes twice, The Madison Square Garden Company announced today a monthly Beacon Theatre concert series with iconic comedian and ...

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You Outta Know: The Ravine in Central Park

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor

Next time you have out of town guests visiting—no, scratch that.  Next time you want to surprise and delight even the most die hard New Yorkers, take them up to The Ravine, a hidden stretch of bucolic beauty that runs between ...

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You Outta Know: Lee Lee’s Bakery

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor

I know, bakery shmakery, you say, and you’d be so very wrong.  This miniscule shop with its red and white striped awning, tucked away on west 118th st.  is the domain of Mr. Alvin Lee Smalls, formerly of South Carolina.   An African American ...

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The Lowline Lab

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, October 26, 2015

The Lowline is a plan to use solar technology to illuminate an historic subway terminal on the Lower East Side. Plans are in place to create an underground park that will join sustainable life with the cobblestones, ...

Beverly Johnson The Face That Changed It All

Supermodel Beverly Johnson Presents Her New Memoir At The Fashion Influencers Gala Reception

New York Fashion Week zoomed forward as only it could; the city buzzed with the clamor of celebrities and their entourages, the jangling of baubles, side talk, and of course an overflow of street style.

On Wednesday, September 9, 2015, Super Model Beverly Johnson ...

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Art for All at The Children’s Museum of Art on Charlton St. welcomes Mariam Pare

Ann Fraser, Lifestyle Editor, Sept. 29th

The Children’s Museum of Art, located at 103 Charlton Street boasts a clay bar, a sound booth, a media room,sculpture you can climb on,  and a full art studio, but perhaps its most inspiring offer ...

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4 Fun, Free, Fresh Things To Hit This Weekend in NYC

Jody Williams, Contributing Writer, September 17, 2015

It’s that time of year. Summer is ending, the holidays are annoyingly close, and that Fire Island summer share splurge is weighing on the bank account. What better way to ease the pain than to have ...