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  • Pick the Best of Fall in New York

    The New York metropolitan region is already known as the capital of culture and fine dining. But this autumn, the city is offering a bounty of entertainment.

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  • Village Voice to Close After 63 Years of Publishing

    The Village Voice, the Big Apple institution which created the template for the muckraking alternative-weekly and once set the tone for cultural criticism, will cease publishing after 63 years.

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  • Broadway Ticket Sales Sizzle This Summer

    Less than three full months into the new season, grosses for Broadway shows have climbed by around $62 million, or 16%, compared with the 2017-18 season.

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  • ‘Head Over Heels’ Struggles on Broadway

    Broadway shows posted a strong week, but “Head Over Heels,” the gender-bending musical that features songs from the ‘80s all-female group the Go-Go’s, continues to struggle.

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  • Met Opera Reaches Labor Deal With Singers, Musicians

    The Metropolitan Opera in New York City has reached a tentative agreement with the unions representing its musicians and singers, avoiding the kind of contentious public battle that ensued during contract negotiations in 2014.

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  • ‘Pretty Woman’ Draws Crowd in First Week of Previews

    “Pretty Woman,” the show based on the 1990 romantic comedy that starred Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, played to 98% capacity and grossed slightly more than $1 million in its first full week of previews.

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