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WATCH THIS: Opera Diva Joyce DiDonato Singing at Stonewall Will Leave You In Tears

Well, I sure didn’t think I’d be bursting into tears first thing this morning as I was scrolling through my newsfeed on Facebook, but leave […]

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Penn Alum John Legend, Chrissy Teigen Hire Food Trucks to Feed NYC Ferguson Protesters

Vanity Fair reports that Penn alum and singer John Legend and his wife, model Chrissy Teigen, hired a fleet of food trucks to feed folks […]

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WATCH: Bruce Springsteen Stands In For Bono at U2 Concert

Last night in New York City U2 took to Times Square for a surprise concert performance in honor of World AIDS Day. As we reported, a […]

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Bruce Springsteen Standing In for Bono at U2 Performance Tonight in Times Square

U2 has announced it will perform a surprise show tonight in Times Square to commemorate World AIDS Day. Well, most of U2. Due to a […]

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Bradley Cooper Breaks Box Office Record In The Elephant Man

I’ve already reported that ticket sales are through the roof for Bradley Cooper’s turn as John Merrick in the Broadway production of The Elephant Man, but new […]


There Is A Musical About Urban Planning. No, Really.

According to a recent New Yorker story, a while back someone called the office of then-New York City director of city planning Amanda Burden with […]


Residents Protest Plan to Ship NYC Trash to Chester by Rail

Chester residents Wednesday night protested a new plan to ship trash by rail into the city. The plan would haul 400,000 tons of trash from […]

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The Whitney Taps Philly Curator for 2014 Biennial

Anthony Elms, artist and associate curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Philadelphia, is one of three outside-NYC curators the Whitney Museum of American Art […]

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Beau Monde Gets Tavern on the Green

The owners of Beau Monde and L’Etage in Philadelphia have won a 20 year lease to Tavern on the Green in New York City.

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PHOTO: New AIDS Memorial

Studio a+1 released photos of the new design of the AIDS memorial in New York City.