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10 TiPS

1. FOOD is not what you’d expect

I’m sorry to start with a minus here but being a foodie i was kind of disappointed on what New York City has to offer. 978 more words

Travel Safe

No exit strategy needed

Two days ago I celebrated a milestone; my boyfriend and I have made it to our six-month mark. Normally, this isn’t something worth celebrating because it’s not an anniversary, which is defined as an annual celebration for each year of a couple’s relationship. 476 more words

Personal Composition

Old Razzle Dazzle, Ole

My sister and I recently saw Chicago on Broadway.  She was definitely the right person to see it with because we were both already in love with the movie version so we knew all of the words by-heart.  116 more words


Oh My NYC! : or How I Spent my Birthday in the Big Apple, Part 3

After seeing The Humans, I had some time to kill before Chicago began at 7:30pm. I walked over to the The Drama Book Shop and had a look around. 631 more words


Oh My NYC! : or How I Spent my Birthday in the Big Apple, Part 2

My second day in New York started pretty early. I was woken up at 1:30 am by a fire alarm at the hostel. Good news: it was a false alarm. 627 more words


Video: "Mr. Cellophane" performed by John C. Reilly from the film version of Chicago

Cause you can look right through me

Walk right by me

And never know I’m there.

Chicago features music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb and a book by Ebb and Bob Fosse. 135 more words


The Most Memorable Show Tunes from 'Chicago'

In “Chicago,” chorus girl Roxie Hart stole the hearts of the American public even as she awaited trial for the murder of her lover. She shared her cell block with a motley crew of murderesses, including the beautiful Velma Kelly, accused of murdering her husband and her sister. 368 more words