Veterans Day: Trump Returns to N.Y. for Parade, to Cheers and Boos Supporters wore “Make America Great Again” hats while signs were posted in nearby building windows that read “impeach” and “convict.”
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Karen Akers, Ken Jennings, Walter Willison, More Are Part of Grand Hotel Reunion Concert November 11 Tony winner Judy Kaye is one of the special guests for the evening, dedicated to the memory of Liliane Montevecchi.
‘It Was Horrible’: Man Killed in Gruesome Brawl at Homeless Shelter The stabbing has brought renewed attention to the safety issues at some of New York City’s shelters.
2 Die in Jealous Rampage; City’s Third Murder-Suicide in Days A man shot his ex-girlfriend in the head, then shot her new boyfriend in the chest before killing himself, the police said.
Giuliani Associate Says He Gave Demand for Biden Inquiry to Ukrainians The claim by the associate, Lev Parnas, is being vigorously disputed.
William Hughes, Congressman and Ambassador, Dies at 87 He represented New Jersey’s Second District for 20 years, then was ambassador to Panama in a crucial period.
Shell Shock 1919: How the Great War Changed Culture You really have a feeling that here is a building that looks fantastically beautiful, and it’s got its whole façade simply blown off by this war. …
Why Roundabout Theatre Company Develops New Playwrights—Not Just New Plays From Dear Evan Hansen’s Steven Levenson to Usual Girls’ Ming Peiffer, Roundabout Underground aims to launch the careers of writers who will refresh the theatre canon.
After Cancer, ‘Trying to Be the Best Father’ to a Son With Autism David Jones stopped working to take care of his son, then he received a lymphoma diagnosis. Now in remission, he wants to create a better future for…
World Premiere of Broadbend, Arkansas Opens Off-Broadway November 10. The production, tracing the experience of an African-American family over three generations is presented by the Transport Group and Public Theater.
‘I Saw a Car Ahead of Me That Also Appeared to Be Looking for a Spot’ Searching for a space in the Bronx, spotting a snail upstate and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Caroline Bowman and Caroline Innerbichler Star in Frozen Tour, Beginning November 10 The Disney production kicks off in Schenectady, New York.
Chelsea Apartment! Only a Night! (Ignore the NYCHA Sign) It was one of the cheapest Airbnbs in the neighborhood. It was also illegal.
Director Ivo Van Hove Previews Major Changes in Upcoming West Side Story Revival The musical begins previews at the Broadway Theatre December 10.
Are Parks for Strolling or Sports? In New York, It’s Complicated. Manhattan is in no shortage of beautiful outdoor spots. Young athletes, however, are feeling the squeeze.