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    Book Review: ‘Humans of New York: Stories’

    On Sept. 11, 2001, the world felt an intense empathy for the city of New York as many cried out, “Today we are all New... Read more

  • Guardian Angel Eric Jackson, right, looks around while patrolling a subway car in New York, Thursday, June 19, 2003. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

    Guardian Angels Through the Years in NYC (Photos, Videos)

    The New York City subway today still retains some of its younger self from 30 years ago—about a third of the trains date back to... Read more

  • Len Cariou’s one-man presentation “Broadway and the Bard." (Carol Rosegg)

    Theater Review: ‘Broadway and the Bard’

    NEW YORK—To anyone who’s been following the doings of the entertainment world for any length of time, the name Len Cariou conjures up excellence, skill,... Read more

  • Mark Strong as Eddie Carbone and Nicola Walker as his wife Beatrice give standout performances in an exceptional cast.  (Jan Versweyveld)

    Theater Review: ‘A View From the Bridge’

    NEW YORK—Director Ivo van Hove’s excellent staging and brilliant performances from the entire cast bring home the full power of Arthur Miller’s 1955 drama, “A... Read more

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    A Doctor Who Strives to Get His Patients Healthy and Medicine-Free

    NEW YORK—Growing up as an orthodox Jewish kid in a mixed race community in Brooklyn and Queens and influenced by hip-hop culture, little did Dr... Read more

  • Grafitti on New York City subways and Buses, on July 26, 1972 in New York. (AP Photo/Jim Wells)

    Travel Through Time on NYC Subway With These Historical Photos (Video)

    Dive with us into the history of the New York City Subway. Starting with the opening of the futuristic Fulton Center transit hub in 2014,... Read more

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    Sibylle’s Style Diary: John Mahdessian on Keeping the World Stylish and Spotless One Stain at a Time

    This week’s style diary is John Mahdessian, the president of Madame Paulette, the legendary posh boutique in New York and world’s leading custom couture cleaner... Read more

  • Carson (Christopher Denham) is learning from his boss and billionaire Mickey Ross (Al Pacino). (Jeremy Daniel)

    Theater Review: ‘China Doll’

    NEW YORK—A cornered foe, particularly an elderly one, can be quite dangerous, especially when all he wants is to be left alone. David Mamet brilliantly... Read more

  • Chris Slate, owner of Slate Fitness, in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Dec. 9, 2015. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Fitness Specialist Shares Tips to Reaching Your Goals

    As the end of January approaches, the enthusiasm many of us felt for our New Year’s fitness goals has started to wane, and the realities... Read more

  • In this undated image released by NYC Opera Renaissance, Michael Capasso, who will lead the reborn New York City Opera, examines drawings used for sets and costumes at the 1900 premiere of Puccini's "Tosca" in Rome.  (John Farrell/NYCO Renaissance via AP)

    Reviving City Opera With a Nod to the Past

    NEW YORK — When the curtain rises on “Tosca” at the Rose Theater it may look like a double-dip into the past: a tribute to... Read more

  • Beatrice-Joanna (Sara Topham) and Alsemero (Christian Coulson) in the Red Bull Theater's production of Thomas Middleton and William Rowley's rarely-performed 1622 Jacobean work "The Changeling." (Carol Rosegg)

    Theater Review: ‘The Changeling’

    NEW YORK—It’s been said that tragedy and comedy are two sides of the same coin, and that a given situation can appear hilarious in one... Read more

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    Sibylle’s Style Diary: Heather Won Choi on Being an Asian Audrey Hepburn in the Service of Her Community

    This week’s style diary guest is the beautiful and very sweet Heather Won Choi. This Korean-born, naturalized American, who came to New York as a... Read more

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    A New Year, a New You—Starting With a Complete Makeover Session at the Amazing Federico Salon

    A new year is always full of promises and hopes. We have wishes, dreams, and desires, all dear to our hearts. As one year has... Read more

  • Dr. Jamé Heskett offers over 15 therapies and has tried them all herself. (Courtesy of The Wellpath)

    Empowering Confidence Through Beauty

    For the past 15 years, Jamé Heskett, M.D., a specialist in non-invasive, anti-aging therapies, has made it her mission to empower women. On the surface,... Read more

  • ARC Salon Instalation at the MEAM Museum, Barcelona Spain

    ARC Chairman Fred Ross to Speak at Salmagundi Club

    Fred Ross, chairman of the Art Renewal Center, will be speaking at the ARC Salon Exhibition on Jan. 20 at the Salmagundi Club in New York City... Read more

  • Colette Coyne (L) and former Sen. Chuck Fuschillo, sponsor of the Tanning Bill in the Senate. (Courtesy of Colette Coyne/CCMAC)

    Melanoma Kills the Young: A Mother’s Fight for Prevention

    LONG ISLAND, N.Y.—The worst enemy for the owners of tanning salons here in Long Island and throughout New York State is a lovely 80-year-old woman... Read more

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