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Review | 'West Side Story' is an urgent, utterly beautiful revival
Pop culture is awash in boomer nostalgia, a symptom of intellectual malaise and the enduring chokehold one generation still has on what counts as worth caring about.
West Side Story review - Spielberg's triumphantly hyperreal remake
teven Spielberg's West Side Story 2.0 is an ecstatic act of ancestor-worship: a vividly dreamed, cunningly modified and visually staggering revival.
The Definitive Guide to Dining Near Lincoln Center
As Lincoln Center continues to come back to life - with the Metropolitan Opera, the American Ballet, and the Vivian Beaumont Theater back in full swing - scores of spectators will be in search of good food and drinks nearby.
Gay Director's "Drive My Car" Worth the Wait
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A heavy diet of movies will prove the subjectivity of time.
Overlooked No More: Ruth Polsky, Who Shaped New York's Music Scene
She booked concerts at influential nightclubs in the 1980s, bringing exposure to up-and-coming artists like the Smiths and New Order.
Breads Bakery Brings Its Babka to the Upper East Side
Gradually, Breads Bakery has been expanding beyond its original 2013 flagship near Union Square, with locations near Lincoln Center and a kiosk in Bryant Park.
Lady Gaga steals the show at star-studded House of Gucci's world premiere
L ady Gaga looked astonishing on her red carpet arrival at star-studded House of Gucci's world premiere.
Nelson Freire, Piano Virtuoso of Warmth and Finesse, Dies at 77
Hailing from Brazil as one of the great pianists of the last half of the 20th century, he recalled masters of the first half in his virtuosity. But he shunned the limelight.
Bernard Haitink, Conductor Who Let Music Speak for Itself, Dies at 92
Mr. Haitink, who was closely identified with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, drew direct, unaffected interpretations of symphonic works and opera.