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  1. Beet Bourguignon at Rebelle (Photo: Rebelle)

    Beet Bourguignon at Rebelle

    That’s not a typo! When you drop the “f” and add a “t,” a hearty, meaty French classic becomes an opulent ode to the garden. It’s a playful reinvention that makes perfect sense in a spot that denotes its ladies’ room with a photo ...
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  2. Installation view of 'Painting to See in the Dark' (Version 1) with the artist, 1961 (Photo: George Maciunas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Gift, 2008)

    On View: Yoko Ono’s One Woman Show at the Museum of Modern Art

    Avant-garde artist Yoko Ono had her “unofficial” debut at the Museum of Modern Art  over forty years ago, and returns officially this spring ...
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  3. Vote Now for Broadways' Ultimate Fan

    Who is the Ultimate Broadway Fan? YOU Decide! Cast your vote now!

    We asked you to capture your passion for Broadway theater on video, and the only guidelines we gave were to keep the video to 30 seconds or less and to make sure that your submission was original. ...
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  4. Yayoi Kusama working in her studio, 2014 (Photo: Go Itame, Image © Yayoi Kusama/Courtesy of KUSAMA Enterprise, Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo / Singapore and David Zwirner, New York)

    Daily 5: David Sedaris, Yayoi Kusama, More

    Don’t miss out! NewYork.com picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. ...
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  5. Brandon Uranowitz in 'An American in Paris' (Photo: Angela Sterling)

    10 Things You May Not Know About Me: Brandon Uranowitz of ‘An American in Paris’

    Broadway has its newest comedic musical actor to be reckoned with in the form of Brandon Uranowitz -- even though he’s not that new to the business. He’s currently playing ...
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  6. The Cosmopolitan (Photo: The Cosmopolitan)

    Where to Stay Now: 3 Top Hotels In Tribeca

    Tribeca might be just a small "triangle below Canal Street" (after which it is named), but it’s one of the most fashionable and desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan. ...
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  7. Pottery class at Choplet (Photo: Choplet)

    Take this Class: Pottery

    Why spend a pretty penny buying fancy pots for your fire escape garden when you can learn to make your own ceramics? ...
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  8. Empire State Building Observatory Deck (Photo: Randy OHC/Flickr CC)

    Top 3 Reasons to Visit the Empire State Building

    The Empire State Building, which first opened to the public in 1931, is the definitive building of the Manhattan skyline. And it’s not just nice to look at -- it’s pretty amazing inside too. ...
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  9. 'TV Guide' cover of 'Get Smart' by Andy Warhol, 1966 (Photo: Courtesy the Jewish Museum)

    On View: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television at the Jewish Museum

    Television has always been an experimental medium and Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television, at the Jewish Museum, connects avant-garde art ...
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  10. Alex Sharp stars in 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' on Broadway (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    ‘Curious Incident’ and ‘An American in Paris’ Take Top 2015 Outer Critics Awards

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and An American in Paris took the most awards from the Outer Critics Circle. Curious Incident won five including ...
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