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Time Out New York Jan 15
Congratulations to Time Out’s Helen Shaw!
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Time Out Theater Jan 15
RIP Carol Channing (1921–2019)
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Time Out New York Jan 15
If you're a federal worker on furlough, invites you to come to the movies for free. Not even Dick Cheney can ruin that:
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Joshua Rothkopf Jan 14
I can't speak to its competition, but the FYRE documentary is a riot: as subversive and eye-opening as you would expect from director Chris Smith (AMERICAN MOVIE). Doing a Q&A with him at tonight's screening.
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Adam Feldman Jan 14
Heidi Schreck's document drama What the Constitution Means to Me is moving to Broadway starting March 14!
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Time Out New York Jan 11
Your guide to the weirdest (planned) transit experience of the year.
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Time Out New York Jan 11
Another one bites the dust.
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Time Out New York Jan 11
Throw it back to the '60s.
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Adam Feldman Jan 10
Sad news: The Highline Ballroom will close February 8 after more than ten years as a Meatpacking District mainstay.
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Time Out New York Jan 10
It's really happening! A 74,000 square-foot location comes to Admiral’s Row at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
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Time Out New York Jan 10
It's the most wonderful time of the year!
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Joshua Rothkopf Jan 9
M. Night is back to his old Shyamalan-igans with GLASS (★★☆☆☆), a gimmicky thriller that requires you to love comic books. Review:
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Adam Feldman Jan 9
Reminder: Elevator Repair Service's Gatz is coming back to town for eight performances only. If you missed it back in 2012, don't make that mistake again. It's one of the best things I've seen in 20 years.
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Time Out New York Jan 9
You don't need money to have a good time in NYC.
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Time Out New York Jan 9
It is very, very hard to commit to a dry January when you live in New York.
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Adam Feldman Jan 8
REVIEW: Tarell Alvin McCraney’s drama Choir Boy sings loud and proud on Broadway:
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Time Out New York Jan 8
The L train fiasco has been a roller coaster for renters.
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Time Out New York Jan 8
How many have you seen?
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Time Out New York Jan 8
New York has been graced by designs from many of these giants.
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Time Out New York Jan 8
You do not wanna miss this one.
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