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Wilkommen to Williamsburg

When non-New Yorkers imagine life in New York, the main take is usually either a hectic life with no time to oneself or a life filled with spectacular events and glamour. 299 more words

New York

Broadway Opening Night: Love Letters

PIX11 News attended Opening Night for the Broadway play “Love Letters.”

We spoke with the actors Mia Farrow and Brian Dennehy and playwright A.R. Gurney. 396 more words


Dimming Broadway

On Tuesday, September 9, at 6:45 pm, seven out of 40 Broadway theaters finally dimmed their

marquee lights in honor of the performer, Joan Rivers. It was not until the public campaigned for her honor including celebrities such as Cyndi Lauper, Harvey Fierstein and Donna Murphy, that Broadway executives decided to reverse their initial decision to not dim the lights as tribute to the legendary actress. 302 more words

Arts & Life

$50 skateboarding fine issued during zero tolerance blitz in Saskatoon

SASKATOON – Beat officers and the bike patrol unit with Saskatoon police are enforcing a zero tolerance policy.

Beginning Sept. 15, rather than issuing warnings for bylaw violations, breaking the law will directly result in a ticket. 210 more words


New York Woman Helps Turn Nonprofessionals Into Shakespeareans

Lear deBessonet, 34, seems to have found a charmed way to reconcile her passion for social justice with her devotion to the theater, doing good works by making good work. 633 more words

U.s. News

The New York Saga: August 28th - September 2nd, 2014

Have you guys heard of, or have you got your own ‘Bucket List’? This is a list of things we want to do before we ‘kick the bucket’, so to speak. 6,446 more words

Broadway cares/equity fights aids flea market and grand auction preview

Broadway is taking over part of Times Square this weekend.

Sunday is the 28th annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids Flea Market and Grand Auction.

The event starts at 10am and goes until 7pm. 288 more words