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There Were Zero Things Better This Week Than 20-Year-Old Ronald Acuña's Majestic Homers

Read the entire thread. ― Andy Campbell Bruh ... who immigrated from China when she was a young girl, are dead), stays in New York City as it empties of living residents, documenting its decay on her ... read more

Love, Longing, and Lunch on Restaurant Row

The chef here, Antonio Werdam, lives in Astoria, home to much of New York ... our city’s dining scene. But what you can’t get in a stall with a common dining room and free Wi-Fi is this depth of feeli... read more

Remembering the Musical Genius of Leonard Bernstein

He conducted an orchestra with his entire body, a style that led to much criticism ... and “Wonderful Town.” The city depicted in all three is New York. A poster for the 1961 film version of "West Sid... read more

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What Everyone Gets Wrong About ’70s New York

as if suddenly set down in a drug dealer’s apartment, with everything new and shiny, bought at the same time. I remember one time, back in the late 1970s, when I went to interview Carl Weisbrod, now c... read more


New MU performing arts director has many experiences

The entire class of seventh- and eighth-graders raised their ... Wang had earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in double bass from the Juilliard School in New York City. They married in 2013. Af... read more

"Wonderful Town": A musical love letter to New York

Living in a run-down basement apartment ... New York City, where she currently resides. Her first days even proved to be an “only in New York adventure” as she moved to the city on Aug. 14, 2003, the ... read more

Horror stories from the blackout that turned Brooklyn into a battleground

By 9:35 p.m., the city’s entire power grid failed and all ... according to the New York Times. Down the road, at 1213 Broadway, is the new, super-luxe Brookliv apartment building. The site used to hou... read more

With 4,000 new Philly apartments in the next 2 years, questions of enough vs. too much

Earlier this month, billionaire real estate investor Richard LeFrak said apartment rents in such places as New York and San Francisco will ... and free tickets to the Philadelphia Orchestra. And just ... read more

Some of the great artists, clubs have come and gone but Jazz still thriving in Toledo

Many of Toledo’s jazz legends are gone now, and the number of jazz clubs has dwindled, but this uniquely American art form remains strong in the city, say its fans and practitioners. “The Toledo Jazz ... read more

The ever-changing Bowery

For nearly three decades, the city’s oldest thoroughfare had been ... Sperry’s Garden on Bowery Lane, 1801. Courtesy The New York Public Library The Ratzer map is also the last time that the entire le... read more

Temple pianist of many lives embraces a new life in Philly

I'd known it my entire life. It was like going through life ... and was turned down by a New York City co-op board when attempting to purchase an apartment. Her surgery. performed in Thailand, didn't ... read more

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