Broadway’s New Year’s Week 2019 Performance Schedule Changes Several shows have canceled and/or added performances during the week.
Posts published in December 2018
Reports of Rapes and Hate Crimes Rise in 2018, but New York Remains Safest Big City New York’s murder rate is expected to hover just above 3 per 100,000 people, well below the three other largest American cities.
With a Fresh Swipe at Trump, Cuomo Pardons 22 Immigrants Most of the clemency requests granted by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo related to immigration and what he called President Trump’s “obsession with keeping immigrants out.”
Louis C.K. Mocks Parkland School Shooting Survivors in Recent Set In the bit, part of a 50-minute set posted on YouTube over the weekend, the comedian joked about the victims of the Florida school shooting.
A Long-Awaited Ban on Foam, and Other New Laws in New York in 2019 New Yorkers should brush up on new legislation over birth certificates, cigarettes, minimum wage and more.
Aaron Tveit and Charles Busch Play New Year’s Eve Concerts at Feinstein’s/54 Below The celebrated performers ring in the New Year at the midtown venue December 31.
A Minimum Wage Seemed Impossible. Now It’s Reality for a Million New Yorkers. A six-year campaign that began with fast-food workers has taken off across the country.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again Long seen as a vestige of jazz’s past, large ensembles are charging back, led by a new generation of musicians who see size as an opportunity, not…
Off the Menu: Seafood With Korean Touches Comes to Park Slope, Brooklyn A Smorgasburg fixture opens a stand in Chelsea Market, a new theater-district pub debuts, and more restaurant news.
Ralph Koltai, Celebrated Designer of British Theatre, Dies at 94 His sculptural and abstract designs revolutionized British theatre.
Restaurant Review: Hwaban Is the Modern Korean Restaurant Where You’d Take Your Mother A tranquil dining room in Chelsea with an inexpensive prix-fixe menu stands out in a crowd of youth-oriented kimchi palaces.
Check Out the Lineup for the 2019 Exponential Festival The month-long Exfest, showcasing experimental theatre in multiple venues, will kick off January 4.
In Memoriam 2018 Looking back at the actors, directors, playwrights and other theatre legends who died this year.
Actor Don McKay, Original Star of London’s West Side Story, Dies at 93 A World War II combat veteran, McKay also performed on screen with Judy Garland in A Star Is Born.
Get a Look at Beauty and the Beast at White Plains Performing Arts Center The Westchester production continues through January 13.