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American Airlines and American Eagle are canceling a total of 300 flights this week, The Associated Press has reported, and The Wall Street Journal has recommended fliers avoid the airline entirely this fall.
“American has become too unreliable,“ WSJ travel writer Scott McCartney wrote in a Sept. 18 story.
AMR Corp., which owns AA and AE, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in late November...Read more »
You had the poster on your dorm-room wall, and soon you can see the real thing in person.
One of the world's best-known artworks, Edvard Munch's "The Scream" (1895), will be on display at New York's MoMA, the museum announced Tuesday.
The pastel-on-board work -- one of four versions Munch created of "The Scream" -- will be on loan from a private collector Oct. 24...Read more »
It's Off-Broadway Week, and that means two-for-one tickets to shows. And proving how "off" it is, the sale lasts Sept. 17 to 30.
Get the deals on more than 25 shows, including "Avenue Q," "Bullet for Adolf," "Forbidden Broadway" and "The Awesome 80s Prom."
For the full list of plays and to book tickets, head to nycgo.com/offbroadwayweek.
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A new exhibit centered on women's political contributions to music history includes Lady Gaga's meat dress, among 250-some other iconic artifacts.
"Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power," from Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, is now on display at Washington, D.C.'s National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger told The Associated...Read more »
Six Flags in New Jersey is incorporating its Wild Safari into the Great Adventure park proper for a massive, 510-acre theme park.
When the park closes on Sept. 30 for the winter, the safari experience — with 1,200 animals — will be transformed to Safari Off Road Adventure. Rather than driving through the park themselves as they have, visitors will ride in open-air vehicles that can traverse...Read more »
TMZ, known for scooping celebrity gossip practically as it occurs, has been offering its version of star tours in Los Angeles for more than a year. Get ready for a more local version: The New York Times, quoting TMZ founder Harvey Levin, has reported that the tours are coming to New York, possibly by early next year.
How this might play out remains to be seen, but if we use the L.A. tours...Read more »
The Labor Day long weekend signifies the end of the summer, in a way. Kids are heading back to school, the nights are turning cooler the next vacation days likely aren't until Thanksgiving. Somehow, this time of year always feels like our last chance to cut loose.
So do it.
Here are five day trips that are different enough from the everyday to feel like getaways but close enough to have...Read more »
Though guidebooks abound, they rarely address the solo female traveler. Plenty of blogs exist to help empower her, but now there's a series of books, Go! Girl Guides, that puts comprehensive help in a tidy package.
Started by Kelly Lewis, a University of Arizona journalism grad with a wanderlust for places that might intimidate solo tourists, Go! Girl sees the release of two books -- Go! Girl...Read more »
A deal made in cross-promotional heaven sees JetBlue offering a 10-percent discount on New York-area flights with the purchase of a 16-ounce bag of Dunkin' Donuts coffee.
The fine print:
- The flight must be booked by Sept. 4 for travel from Sept. 5 to Nov. 7, 2012.
- Blackout dates are Oct. 5 and 8.
- Flights can originate from JFK, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty or Westchester...Read more »
As artists increasingly look to bust outside the museum, conceptual artist Tatzu Nishi is pushing us to see history from a new vantage point.
His "Discovering Columbus," for New York City's Public Art Fund, envisions a living room setting surrounding the Christopher Columbus statue in Manhattan's Columbus Circle. Opening Sept. 20, the free exhibit allows visitors to climb stairs...Read more »