Mob Figure Pleads Guilty to Ordering Arson After Road Rage Episode Vincent Asaro, considered a prominent member of the Bonnano crime family, pleaded guilty for arranging to have a car set on fire in 2012.
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Cuomo Calls Special Session to Address de Blasio’s Expiring Control of City Schools The special session, which the governor has the power to call under the state constitution, comes at the end of a fractious eight months.
Metropolitan Diary: Tears on the Train A small act to ease a young man’s grief.
New York’s Top Court Narrows Suit Seeking More Money for Schools The court said the plaintiffs could not rely on an earlier ruling or a 2007 formula, and must make their case district by district.
Heard of the Jimmys? It’s the Tonys, for Teenagers This year, 74 of the nation’s most talented theatrical hopefuls took the stage for the Jimmy Awards, now in its ninth year.
Broadway Shows Announce Ticket Discount for 4th of July Weekend The Tony Award-winning drama Oslo and Paula Vogel’s Indecent are among the productions participating in the new initiative.
Would This London High-Rise Pass Muster in New York? Short Answer: No Many features of an evacuated London apartment building would never made it past New York regulators, city officials said.
San Francisco Theatre That Gave Life to Angels in America Will Shut Its Doors The historic theatre that premiered Tony Kushner’s two-part epic about the AIDS crisis will cease operation after 45 years.
Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz, Who Made Jewish Prayer Books Clear to All, Dies at 73 His company, ArtScroll Mesorah, provides prayer books and volumes of the Torah and Talmud for the Orthodox Jewish community written in everyday English.
Off the Menu: Cervo’s, Inspired by the Seafood of Spain and Portugal, to Open Galen Zamarra’s West Village restaurant reopens; chef moves and other restaurant news.
Watch Laura Linney in Trailer for New Netflix Series Ozark Jason Bateman co-stars in the new drama, which premieres in July.
Aladdin’s Telly Leung Discusses His Long History With ‘Big Broadway Sister’ Lea Salonga Leung made his Broadway debut opposite the Tony-winning Miss Saigon star in the revival of Flower Drum Song.
Baghdaddy Announces New Closing Date Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo's new musical will now close July 2 at St. Luke’s Theatre.
Bandstand Star Laura Osnes Will Sing Patriotic Showtunes on PBS’ Capitol Fourth July 4 The two-time Tony nominee will sing “You’re a Grand Old Flag“ and other flag-wavers on the holiday special.
The Skivvies Drop New Parody Mashup to Ed Sheeran's ‘The Shape of You’ With Hamilton Alum Ephraim Sykes Watch the duo's newest video mashup, featuring the letter U and (of course) their underwear.