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Posts published in November 2018
Critic’s Pick: Arbus, Untitled and Unearthly A series considered one of the towering achievements of American art reminds us that nothing can surpass the strange beauty of reality if a photographer knows where to look.
10 of the Best Pizza Slices in N.Y.C. Pete Wells, our restaurant critic, on old-school pizzerias.
The Prom Opens on Broadway November 15 Casey Nicholaw directs and choreographs the new musical comedy, about a group of Broadway eccentrics who infiltrate a conservative, Midwest town.
The Emperor’s Newest Clothes, Featuring Songs by William Finn, Debuts on HBO November 15 The animated take on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale features the voices of Alan Alda, Jeff Daniels, and Alison Pill.
A 3.9 Million Powerball Prize After 25 Years of Using the Same Numbers A self-described humble man wearing dad jeans and dark sunglasses said he would “give back to Manhattan” and buy his mother a house. And keep playing.
The Neediest Cases Fund: Leaving Foster Care With a Mission: Doctor or Bust Dilainy Inoa Reynoso, who aged out of foster care in October, is determined to become a doctor. “You’re going to see that I can do it,” she…
Witness at El Chapo Trial Gives Master Class on Sinaloa Cartel Jesus Zambada Garcia, a former cartel operations chief, described the organization’s logistics, financing and central personalities.
The Screwtape Letters and A Man for All Seasons Set for Fellowship for Performing Arts Season Michael Countryman, Brent Harris, Carolyn McCormick, and John Ahlin will be part of the company’s season Off-Broadway.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Celebrates the South Bronx November 16–17 Bass player and Bronx native Carlos Henriquez turns memories into a musical journey at the Appel Room.
Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof Will Transfer to Off-Broadway’s Stage 42 The production directed by Joel Grey from the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene transitions to a commercial run in February 2019.
Caroline, or Change Will Return to New York at Astoria Performing Arts Center The Queens company will present the Jeanine Tesori and Tony Kushner musical in May 2019.
New York Today: Amazon Deal in Queens, and El Chapo’s Defense The Amazon deal finally becomes official. We tell you what it means for New York.
Dominating Retail? Yes. Reviving a City? No Thanks. Amazon is not in the business of saving your hometown.
Get a First Listen to Wicked Star Jessica Vosk Singing with Twin Songwriters Will and Anthony Nunziata “Will You Be My Everyday?” is one of the original songs featured on the Nunziatas’ new album Love Always.