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Now Playing Onstage in Memphis - Week of 7/27/2014
Reeling from a tragedy, the rudderless twenty-something arrives at the doorstep of his 91 year-old grandmother Vera, an old lefty navigating the rough waters of aging.
BWW Reviews: Drop Dead Perfect Showcases the Legendary Everett Quinton
Like the difference between East Coast Hip Hop and West Coast Hip Hop - which I couldn't explain even if you threatened me with bottom shelf gin - you might say New York theatre drag can be divided between the disciples of Charles Busch 's Theatre-in-Limbo and Charles Ludlam 's Ridiculous Theatrical Company .
Sat Jul 26, 2014
GayFest! Comes to Philadelphia, 8/5-23
August is looking very gay in Philadelphia with the fourth annual GayFest! - a festival of LGBT theater presented by Quince Productions at Plays & Players and two spaces in the Adrienne Theatre.
All About Jazz
EVENT: Memorial Concert for Tenor Saxophonist Jeff Marx
Friends of saxophonist Jeff Marx, former Woodstock area resident, who passed away December 16, 2013 will present a memorial concert at the Colony Cafe, Rock City Rd, Woodstock, NY on Sunday, August 3, 4-7 pm.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
New York Magazine
John Leguizamo Thinks Subway Dancers Are 'the Bomb'
Name: John Leguizamo Age: 50 Neighborhood: Central Village. "They call it the Gold Coast, to be precise."
Thu Jul 24, 2014
‘The Pleasures of Being Out of Step’: a Nat Hentoff tribute
'The Pleasures of Being Out of Step: Notes on the Life of Nat Hentoff,' a documentary directed by David L. Lewis.
Millay as Traveling Woman
The historic Whitehall Inn, 52 High St./Route 1, continues its popular Millay Summer Series celebrating the multi-talented poet, pianist and actor with A Traveling Woman: On the Road with Millay, an evening cabaret including wine and dinner, Thursday, Aug. 7, beginning 6:30 p.m. Reservations are required.
Wall Street Journal
The Smelting Pot of Greenwich Village
Established in 1857, Manhattan's P.E. Guerin specializes in ornate 18th century hardware.
Heather Graham Signs On For Neil LaBute's 'The Money Shot'
Heather Graham , absent from the New York stage since 2003's Recent Tragic Events at Playwrights Horizons, will return to off-Broadway next month to star in the world premiere of Neil LaBute 's new play, The Money Shot , directed by Terry Kinney.
People with mental illness need a Stonewall Inn
As Pennsylvania became the 19th state to recognize same-sex marriages, I thought about how much progress gay rights activists have made over the past few decades - and how much those affected by mental illnesses could learn from them.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
New York Post
Manhattan's most historic district rediscovered
There are few better-established New York City neighborhoods than the Gold Coast blocks off lower Fifth Avenue, but even here, in the heart of one of Manhattan's first historic districts, time doesn't stand still.
wire: Sunday Lobster Boils at Hearth; Cocktails for a Nickel
Starting this weekend, Hearth will host a weekly summer lobster boil on Sunday nights.
WSJM-AM Saint Joseph
Rare Bob Dylan Photos On Display In South Haven
If you're a Bob Dylan fan, you're going to want to stop in to the South Haven Center for the Arts starting this weekend.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Wall Street Journal
A Store With Plenty of Horse Sense
At one time, Kips Bay was horse country and several stores catered to the needs of riders and their steeds.
The New York Observer
On the Market: McKibbin Lofts Hit with Vacate Order; Cheever's House Lists for $525K.
The basement-dwelling hipster artists of McKibbin Lofts have been ordered to vacate by the Department of Buildings , Gothamist reports , because of conditions "imminently perilous to human life."
The Real Deal
Owners getting tipped off about landmarking plans: report
A pro-preservation group is urging the city to stop giving landlords advanced notice that their building is being considered for landmarking, saying the leaks allow owners to circumvent the process.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
A heavily bearded Seth Rogen lovingly holds wife Laurens hand while strolling in New York
Seth Rogen and actress Lauren Miller - who met 10 years ago but have been married for only three years - held hands easily as they strolled casually through the Greenwich Village section of New York Saturday, taking in the sights.
Court: Hoffman didn't want 'trust fund' kids
Court: Hoffman didn't want 'trust fund' kids Hoffman wanted his estimated $35 million fortune to go his longtime partner and his children's mother.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
The 25 members of the Statesboro Youth Chorale appear here in their concert attire.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Award Winner Everett Quinton Is Drop Dead Perfect, Opening Tonight
Everett Quinton, a longtime member of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company, who also received Drama Desk and Obie Awards for his performance in Charles Ludlam's The Mystery of Irma Vep , returns to the New York stage in The Peccadillo Theater Company's production of Penguin Rep's Drop Dead Perfect , which officially opens July 20 at 7 PM.