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"This isn’t the movies. This isn’t a restaurant. This isn’t your living room. This is live theater being performed and witnessed by live human beings. For the love of Elaine Stritch, you can make it through a 1.5–2 hour window of time without shoving sn...
Halloween season obviously means it's time to rewatch Beetlejuice, but have you seen the musical version yet?
New Yorkers love their sushi and competition is fierce. 19 tasty places to satisfy your sushi cravings in NYC:
18 unique bathrooms at restaurants and bars in NYC.
Queens is New York's most diverse borough. It's also home to some of the absolute best restaurants in the city. From Flushing to Astoria, we've got you covered:
See over one million little twinkling lights at this magical holiday festival in Vancouver:
Wes Anderson's set decorator redesigns Sweet Afton bar in Astoria, Queens:
Have you seen Brad Pitt in the impressive Ad Astra yet? Find out why we gave it ⭐⭐⭐⭐:
It will bring popular Asian restaurant brands like Taiwanese boba hit Tiger Sugar and Korean egg sandwich shop Eggdrop under one roof starting next summer. (Via @EaterNY)
7 amazing art walks in New York City:
Are you down to clown with the original Poltergeist? It's coming to Astoria's Museum of the Moving Image this weekend.:
@BarackObama's former White House pastry chef @BillYosses opens first NYC restaurant with his beloved pies, from blueberry to spaghetti squash parm
A Pokémon-themed pop-up bar is coming to NYC. The first event is happening on November 3!
Too early to plan for holiday shows? Nah.
What are the 10 best movies playing in theaters this weekend? Don't make Angelina cast an evil spell on you—choose wisely:
Mary-Louise Parker lights up the dark.
Indian food in New York has never been more experimental and exciting. You need this version of chicken biryani in your life!
Looking for things to do with kids this weekend? @TimeOutKids has got you covered!
Joker fans, it sounds like the Bronx really doesn't want you to come to those stairs. Your responses to yesterday's post were superheroic:
The star of Broadway's Betrayal is also the playwright of For All the Women Who Thought They Were Mad, an experimental work finally opening in NYC next week
This out of this world exhibit isn't here much longer!
Jonathan Groff stars in a marvelous revival of the dark-green horror comedy
Swim in the East River, are you nuts?! Well at least check this out before diving in.
Take in perfect fall weather while gourmet snacking at Taste of the Seaport, geek out over architecture and design at an Archtober event and then get your party in at Brooklyn Bazaar before the venue closes its doors.
The Hunters Point Library is a gorgeous addition to the Queens waterfront. Have you checked out the sleek new digs, yet?
Who else has had a giant bag smack you in the face?
Would you rather walk the Brooklyn Bridge or explore Brooklyn Bridge Park?
Are you ready, dearies?
What's cuter than a dog in a costume? A parade of dogs in costumes. And it's happening this Sat at Washington Square Park.
Joker fans, here's where you can go dance on those steps in the movie. It's a real location—and it's in the Bronx:
RT @FeldmanAdam: Hey, Broadway geeks: On Monday I'm hosting a free panel discussion about Broadway's Oklahoma! with director Daniel Fish an…
18 amazing things everyone must do in Florence, Italy:
SoHo's beloved Café Altro Paradiso will transform (for one-day-only) into a deli. Nosh on egg 'n cheese sammies and sip mezcal-spiked hot cocoa, all while you check out ceramics, art and flowers for sale.
A Percy Jackson musical? Ye gods!
Harry Potter, Fosse/Verdon, Tootsie and Oklahoma! are just a few of the shows being spoofed.
The only reason to see Zombieland: Double Tap is Zoey Deutch, who pulls off an inspiring explosion of vocal fry and pink-clad ditziness:
This Sunday is Bike Day at @Prospect_Park sponsored by @CitibiBikeNYC: Free helmets! Free lesson! Bike swap!
We updated our list of the 21 best family-friendly pizzerias in NYC: Here's where a kid can be a kid, and you can eat + drink really well.
Bringing kids to @MuseumModernArt after it reopens October 21? Here's how to get the most out of your visit.
A little insight into why our new food team stripped away 65 eateries from our crown jewel guide to to unmissable restaurants in NYC, replacing them with funkier, more accessible spots than this list has ever seen before. But it goes deeper than that:
Get hungry! We did a dramatic overhaul to our list of 100 unmissable restaurants in NYC. Gone are those fancy schmancy spots that cost more than rent. Instead, find Vietnamese noodles in the Bronx and Uzbek-Korean-Russian soups in Brighton Beach.
The #TheAddamsFamily Mansion is popping up in Brooklyn, and you can rent the whole thing for $110.10 per night on @bookingcom–an opportunity like this only comes around once in an afterlife.
"Hillary Clinton campaigns in a Wonder Woman leotard and falls for a Chinese musical-theater producer, who convinces a quartet of high-kicking Kellyanne Conway look-alikes to cede control of the U.S. to China."
Marisa Tomei returns to Broadway in a play that leaps from tragedy to romcom.
Marisa Tomei returns to Broadway in a play that leaps from tragedy to romcom
ICYMI: Here's your chance to see the new film before it hits Netflix!
ICYMI: After three years of operation, the popular music and events space is closing its doors.
New York's most exciting markets are back every weekend starting next month!
Sugar fiends never had it so good.
Looking for a calming, beautiful way to end a meal in New York City? How about stepping into a nearby botanical oasis? (📷: Courtesy of Roman and Williams Guild)
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