Julie Harris, an honored Broadway performer whose roles ranged from the flamboyant Sally Bowles in “I Am a Camera” to the reclusive Emily Dickinson in “The Belle of Amherst,” died Saturday. She was 87.
Watermelon halves and quarters, peeled pineapples, and shelled and cut coconut are believed to have been among the contaminated foods.
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The injured actor, Daniel Curry, suffered an injury during the Thursday night performance at the Foxwoods Theatre, which was immediately halted.
Community activists and restaurant owners protested Saturday, claiming that black and Hispanic restaurateurs are being unfairly targeted by the city Department of Health.
Actor Orlando Bloom is best known for his action-packed adventures on the big screen, and now he is taking on his first Broadway role in the revival of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”
Actress Eileen Brennan – perhaps known for playing the no-nonsense drill sergeant in the movie “Private Benjamin” – has died.
The popular Big Nick’s Burger Joint & Pizza Joint has closed its doors, after more than 50 years in business on the Upper West Side.
The Theatre Development Fund has announced a new roster of Broadway performances for the 2013-14 season – specifically geared toward people with autism.
The NYPD Internal Affairs office was investigating this week, after an officer struck and killed a man while allegedly talking on a cell phone in Brooklyn this past weekend.
Jett Higham, 18, the son of a Broadway costume designer had been in Richmond, Va for six days when he was gunned down, allegedly over $4 and an iPhone.
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CBS 2 political reporter Marcia Kramer stopped by to explain the measures have veto-proof support.
The marquees of Broadway theaters will be dimmed for one minute at 8 p.m. Wednesday to honor the late stage and screen actor.
There’s a place called Pop Up Repair up on Broadway that will fix just about anything for you, but it won’t be around for long.
The landmark has played an integral role in making theater accessible and affordable to the masses.