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NYC Pride 2022 March Route Revealed

The NYC Pride March will begin at noon on June 26th from 25th Street and 5th Avenue. Marchers will proceed south on 5th Avenue before heading west on 8th Street. After crossing...

Set Your Sights on Bright Lights and Summer Nights in the City

Summer in the city means sweaty subway platforms and crowded bars. It means weekend getaways and weeknight block parties. And for Broadway, it means tourists are packing the hits...

TAKE TWO! Broadway is Back

Happy spring, everybody! No, there wasn’t a full shutdown but all of New York seemed back in that slog of the darkest days of 2020, only without all the hope and courage! But...

Color Us Impressed: The Vibrant Vibes of Danny Ferrell

Humans are doing it wrong. We mute our masculinity behind drab clothes and plain palettes, even though it is bristling with raw energy. Instead, we should study the instincts of...

Thanks to its vast cultural offerings, there is never a dull moment in NYC

A wise woman named Alicia Keys once referred to New York as “a concrete jungle where dreams are made of” and it is an apt description, indeed. With entertainment venues on...

This Gourmet Cheese Shop in NY sources from local farms & highlights new products weekly

When Lauren Skoulatos was young, she and her father used to marvel at a hole-in-the-wall storefront near to her childhood home. “Every time we drove by my dad would say, ‘you...

Stephen Sondheim The unofficial poet laureate of musical theatre – A tribute

Welp, the COVID gods giveth and the COVID gods taketh away. Broadway was “back in business,” and then the Omicron variant reared its infectious head and New York City plunged...

Broadway always shines brighter during the holidays

Forget the Times Square Ball dropping on New Year’s Eve, the fabled block has never been more lit than it was for the reopening of Broadway’s longest-running musical, The...

Tina Burner is Burning Through Broadway

Tina Burner, the bigger-than-life personality from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 13, will be burning her way through classic Broadway hits with a spin and is bringing it to a city...

New York’s world-class theatre and cabaret venues continue to thrive

Well, Broadway is officially back and, one by one, new shows and old shows alike are opening doors and raising curtains. Of course, there remains the pesky issue of shows that...

Lucas Bouk Transgender Opera Singer Debuts as Baritone at On Site Opera

Before 2021, Lucas Bouk was a transgender opera singer living as Mr. Liz and performing as a mezzo-soprano. They had anxiety about physically transitioning with testosterone and...

Grand Marshals announced for 2021 NYC Pride March

NYC Pride recently just announced its Grand Marshals slated to lead the NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 27, 2021. Wilson Cruz, Ceyenne Doroshow, Menaka Guruswamy & Arundhati...