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Posts published in January 2018
Witnesses Tell How Percoco Gave Developers Access to the ‘Albany Game’ Testimony shows how two Syracuse developers relied on a top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo to get all sorts of favors.
West Side Story Broadway Legend Chita Rivera Will Join Seth Rudetsky at the Wallis Rivera will share songs and stories from her history-making performances in West Side Story, Bye Bye Birdie, Kiss of the Spider Woman, and more
Million Plan for New Boilers at New York Housing Projects Mayor de Blasio proposed replacing boilers at 10 public housing projects that have chronic heating outages.
Robert Pincus-Witten, Art Critic and Historian, Is Dead at 82 His writing in Artforum and elsewhere helped make sense of the tempestuous 1960s and ’70s and gave art a new term, Post-Minimalism.
Bookshelf: Escape from New York, or Embracing It Within One City Block Two new nonfiction books explore the adventures and exploits of early 20th-century New Yorkers — many of whom lived on the same block at the same time.
Neighborhood Joint: 2 a Pound for Chocolate? (Maybe Just Nibble.) Teuscher Chocolatier in Rockefeller Center has sweets for every season — and a new batch of Champagne truffles imported from Zurich every week.
Patti LuPone Will Offer Intimate Theatrical Evening at Chicago’s Steppenwolf The two-time Tony Award winner will be joined by Seth Rudetsky for the March shows.
A Look at the Off-Broadway Production of Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen The acclaimed new play by the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, writer and director officially opens February 5.
Wesley Taylor-Alex Wyse Series Indoor Boys Lands 5 Nominations at Indie Series Awards The streaming series follows two single gay roommates and their search for love in Los Angeles.
A First Look at the U.K. Premiere of Dry Powder With Hayley Atwell Sarah Burgess’ play will open in London February 1.
MS-13 Was Targeted in Trump’s Speech. Why? The president said the “savage gang” had taken advantage of loopholes in immigration law to bring violence to the United States, and he would close them.
Boîte: New Speakeasy Memorializes an Old-School Journalist Haunt Gibson & Luce, an underground cocktail bar, pays tribute to Life magazine and its editors.
De Blasio, a Pro-Labor Mayor, Is Sued Over Bargaining Tactics The de Blasio administration’s hardball tactics with the carpenters’ union has alarmed labor leaders, and has prompted a lawsuit.
2018 Broadway Bares Sets June Date at Hammerstein Ballroom The annual striptease spectacular benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.