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  1. Tony Shalhoub stars in 'Act One' on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Review Roundup: ‘Act One’

    Act One, James Lapine’s stage version of Moss Hart’s best-selling 1959 memoir ...
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  2. A class at La Scuola di Eataly (Photo: Courtesy of Eataly)

    Take This Class: Chef’s Kitchen at La Scuola di Eataly

    Get into the Italian groove at the Chef’s Kitchen series of classes at La Scuola di Eataly, hosted in Mario Batali’s themed marketplace in the Flatiron. At least once a week Noemi Ferro, the director of education and events ...
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  3. Ai Weiwei: According to What? (Photo: Cathy Carver)

    On View: Ai Weiwei: According to What? at the Brooklyn Museum

    Artist and activist Ai Weiwei is no stranger to controversy in his native China, where he creates  provocative art that spotlights ...
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  4. CitizenM (Photo: Adrian Gaut)

    Now Open: CitizenM in Times Square

    "Affordable luxury for the people" is the slogan at this Dutch hotel chain -- and indeed affordable luxury has arrived to the people of New York. The 230-room CitizenM, which opened on 50th Street in April 2014, holds its own ...
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  5. Orchid Show (Photo: Victor Chu/The New York Botanical Garden)

    Daily 5, Weekend Edition: Full Bunny Contact, Last Chance for Orchid Show, More

    Don't miss out! NewYork.com picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. Read on for the weekend's best events (April 18-20), from Gay Night at Full Bunny Contact to the last weekend of the Orchid Show ...
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  6. Moondance on Pier 84

    Where to Party on the Water in NYC This Summer

    After a long, cold winter, New Yorkers are preparing to celebrate summer. And could there be any better place to party than one of New York City's many piers, which offer a long list of events beginning in May and lasting through the fall?  ...
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  7. The cast of 'Mothers and Sons' on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Five Reasons to See ‘Mothers and Sons’

    Mothers and Sons, four-time Tony winner Terrence McNally’s new play about changing attitudes towards gay families, is now playing ...
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  8. Long Island City Flea and Food (Photos: Tanya Edwards)

    What to Eat at the Long Island City Flea and Food

    Like the idea of going to a weekend flea and food market in New York City but hate the lines at Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea? The Long Island City Flea and Food, which opened for the season on April 5, might be for you. It resembles the city's other highly popular weekend markets but is much less crowded and open both  ...
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  9. Cool Job with Clara Mamet (Photo: Brigitte LaComb/Courtesy of Clara Mamet)

    Clara Mamet Makes Her Mark In Front of the Camera and Behind it

    Lots of young artists dream of careers on stage or in film. If they're actors in New York City, most imagine classes and downtown showcases and (in their darkest hours) depressing "cattle calls" where ...
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  10. Tony Shaloub stars in Act One on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Opening Tonight on Broadway: ‘Act One’

    The new play Act One makes its official Broadway debut tonight ...
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