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  1. ‘Rocky’ Musical Set to Knock Out Broadway

    The musical version of Rocky is getting ready to go the distance on Broadway. The production will open at the Winter Garden Theatre in the spring of 2014. ...
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    Brooks Headley: Outstanding Pastry Chef, James Beard 2013 Nominee

    Some would say that Del Posto's Brooks Headley is the "accidental" pastry chef, as his previous gig was as an internationally known hardcore punk drummer. ...
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  3. City Island, Bronx, NY (Photo: Fausto Giovanny Pinto/CUNY Journalism)

    The Bronx

    Without the skyscrapers of Manhattan or the hipster flair of Brooklyn, the Bronx is often, unfairly, overlooked on Big Apple vacations. But "the Boogie Down" merits a trip in its own right. (New York's northernmost borough earned its nickname when hip-hop music emerged here in the 1970s.) The storied baseball field of Yankee ...
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  4. Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY (Photo: Jackie Snow/CUNY Journalism)

    Brooklyn

    Once a suburb that Manhattanites wouldn't even consider part of "the city," Brooklyn has come into its own, building a brand name synonymous with cool and used to sell everything from T-shirts to beer. Visitors who might have overlooked the borough 20 years ago now cross the river on packed tour buses. ...
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  5. 'The Glass Menagerie' on Broadway

    Spock to headline Broadway’s ‘Glass Menagerie’

    Producers have announced a limited engagement on Broadway of the highly praised revival of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie that played American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts, earlier this year. ...
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  6. isla fisher

    Isla Fisher at ‘Gotham’ Party, Don Cheadle at Mets Game, More Celebs

    Gotham magazine cover girl Isla Fisher was honored at a party Friday night at the London Hotel. ...
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  7. Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Matt Surrusco/CUNY Journalism)

    Hell’s Kitchen

    Don't be put off by the colorful name — Hell's Kitchen can be a heavenly place to explore. ...
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  8. Harlem, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Skyler Reid/CUNY Journalism)

    Harlem

    Harlem, one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods, draws visitors from the around the world with its rich cultural heritage, popular restaurants and live jazz clubs. ...
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  9. Greenwich Village, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Armstrong/CUNY Journalism)

    Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village is literally off the grid — its streets don't follow the crisscross pattern that covers most of Manhattan — and has a long history of fostering artistic and offbeat ways of life. ...
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  10. Flatiron, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism)

    Flatiron

    The iconic Flatiron Building anchors the Flatiron District at the intersection of two very famous thoroughfares, Broadway and Fifth Avenue. ...
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