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Jeremy Jordan Owns the Stage, Bares It All, and Takes No Prisoners in His Town Hall Triumph

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Jeremy Jordan
Credit: Jeremy Jordan

It’s been said that the era of the great Broadway leading man has passed.  While this bizarre claim generally emanates from the fingertips of those who relish living in their memories and fail to provide any hard evidence, it does leave a person periodically flipping through old Playbills for great examples to the contrary.

Bagatelle Plays Host To BELLA New York’s Influencer Issue Cover Launch Party

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BELLA New York
Credit: Steve White

Bagatelle, one of the chicest and most sophisticated spots to dine and dish at in Manhattan, was the place to be on Wednesday, March 13. They played host to BELLA New York‘s Influencer Issue Cover Launch Party that included the cover girl herself… Christie Brinkley.

4 Fabulous Places to go to For National Pancake Day!

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Credit: Junior's Restaurant

Pancakes are awesome. They are delicious. They are fluffy and amazing and something that puts a smile on everyone’s face. And yes, of course… they have a holiday. National Pancake Day takes place tomorrow, March 12, and three amazing places in Manhattan are going above and beyond to ensure that you have one heck of a yummy breakfast that includes several variations of … PANCAKES!

Broadway’s ‘Be More Chill’: The Kids are A.I.

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Photo by Maria Baranova.

The Squip (Jason Tam) has finally consumed Broadway. From humble beginnings in Red Bank to a sold-out off-Broadway run last summer, the key protagonist of Be More Chill has worked his insidious magic all the way the marquee of the Lyceum Theatre. Diehard theater geeks are probably familiar with the story of the show’s meteoric rise, but for those who aren’t, here’s the timeline:

The New York City Hospitality Alliance Awards Honors The Best in Cuisine, Cocktails and Culture

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New York City Hospitality Alliance
Credit: New York City Hospitality Alliance

The New York City Hospitality Alliance Awards, which honors the best in cuisine, cocktails and culture, will take place Monday, April 8 at the chic Tao Downtown. Here’s why you should attend.

Hotel Belleclaire is an Upper West Side Institution Worth Checking Into

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Hotel Belleclaire
Credit: Hotel Belleclaire

The Upper West Side happens to be my favorite part of New York City. It’s an area that has a classic yet modern vibe to it, which can be seen throughout its streets and subway systems. A superb location that echoes the same sentiment is Hotel Belleclaire, which is an institution on the UWS worth checking into and then some.

My Afternoon with Susan Lucci at The Plaza: Something I’ll Never Forget

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Susan Lucci
Credit: Ryan Shea

I consider myself to be someone who has been very lucky when it comes to the career I’ve had in journalism. There have been moments to me that have stuck out more than the rest, one of which being my amazing afternoon with television icon Susan Lucci at The Plaza back in January. I normally don’t write about my experiences with celebrities, as the fanboy aspect can come off looking very cheesy, however my time is something that will remain in my heart and mind for the rest of my life.

Clinton Hall & Kellogg’s Introduces The French Onion Eggo Grilled Cheese

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Credit: Clinton Hall

Oh my cheesiness! Clinton Hall, which is one of the premiere spots to go to in New York City for delicious food and life-sized games and legendary food company Kellogg’s have joined forces to create a limited time option called The French Onion Eggo Grilled Cheese that will be a must try for the month of March!

The Gumbo Bros: Brooklyn’s Little Piece of New Orleans

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Gumbo Bros
Credit: The Gumbo Bros

There are a lot of elements that contrast New York City with New Orleans. Architecture, climate, nightlife, and historical worth are all quite different, and foodies will be first to point out this upsetting consideration: Us Yanks just haven’t experienced a real bowl of gumbo unless we ate it in the South. That said, there’s a sweet little spot in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill neighborhood that does a remarkable job of compacting New Orleans flavor into roughly 200 square feet…including the gumbo!

Nittis in Midtown West is What Italian Cooking is All About

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Nittis
Credit: Nittis

Nothing wrong with some delicious old fashioned Italian food every once in a while… especially in a city like Manhattan where this cuisine remains historic. Nittis, a brand new restaurant in Midtown West, takes this concept and elevates it to levels that I’m still salivating over all this time later.