New York Today: N.Y. Today: What Legal Pot Could Mean for New York Big tax revenue, more impaired drivers and a persistent black market, one researcher predicted. Also: no more HOLLAAD TONNEL.
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Jimmy Bradley Is Out of Here The Red Cat, a classic Manhattan restaurant for nearly two decades, will close next week so its chef and owner can go home to Rhode Island. We sent a photographer to record its final…
The El Chapo Trial: New York’s Newest Tourist Destination “It’s better entertainment than ‘Les Miz,’” one narco-tourist said about the new hot ticket in town.
Get a First Look at the Cast of Broadway’s Tootsie The musical adaptation of the 1982 film will begin performances at the Marquis Theatre March 29.
For a Yemeni in N.Y., the Agony of Who’s Been Left Behind Many of Ahmed Abdulwahab’s family members have made it out of Yemen, but his wife is stuck in Djibouti because of the travel ban, and his modest income…
F.B.I. Wiretap Recorded Suspect on Eve of Bike Path Terror Attack Sayfullo Saipov was heard on numerous wiretapped calls, including one the day before a Halloween attack that killed eight people, the defense said.
New Google Campus Accelerates Tech’s March Into New York Google said it planned a $1 billion campus just south of the West Village that would enable it to double its local work force over a decade.
Private Jet to the Super Bowl: Bribes Described in N.Y. Police Trial Two businessmen wanted to be “big shots.” Prosecutors claim the men bribed several police officials with expensive gifts — including prostitutes — in return for favors.
Take a Look at the Royal Opera House’s New Hansel and Gretel The Engelbert Humperdinck opera runs through December 29.
Broadway Community Remembers Galt MacDermot’s Life and Work The theatre community took to social media to share their memories of the composer of Hair and Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Grosses Analysis: Bruce Springsteen Ends Broadway Residency on High Note The Boss took his final bow at the Walter Kerr Theatre December 15.
Inside Rehearsals for the World Premiere of Eddie and Dave Off-Broadway The new play by Amy Staats is set to begin performances January 10 with the Atlantic Theater Company.
See the Cast and Creative Team of Alice By Heart Meet the Press The new musical adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic will begin performances Off-Broadway in January 2019.
Top Theatre Stories: Monday, December 17, 2018 The latest about Patti LuPone, Rent: Live, and Daveed Diggs.
Track-by-Track Breakdown: Go Deep on the Andrew Keenan-Bolger–Led Kris Kringle Cast Album Bookwriter Maria Ciampi shares behind-the-scenes stories of the Kris Kringle The Musical score just in time for the holidays.