Except for the unusually large number of Shakespeare plays, 2013 was a typical year in terms of hits, misses, standouts and the occasional disaster or two.
1 Matilda Although it inexplicably lost the Tony Award for Best Musical to the far inferior “Kinky Boots,” “Matilda” is an incredibly intelligent, heartfelt and entertaining work that, after achieving critical and popular...Read more »
Thanksgiving travelers in the New York City can expect a most unwelcome guest this holiday: A Nor'easter expected to hit the region at full force on the busiest traveling day of the year.
The storm, which the Weather Channel named Winter Storm Boreas, will reach New York City Tuesday evening and last until Thursday. New York City will face up to four inches of rain and wind gusts up to 50...Read more »
The city Thursday announced a five-month web development fellowship for people without any tech experience.
The NYC Web Development Fellowship, provided by the Flatiron School, will train 50 adults and help place them in jobs. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the program will prepare people for positions in New York City's growing technology sector, which is in need of qualified talent.
"The...Read more »