As Bette Davis uttered in All About Eve, “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.” That sentiment can be shared with Joshua Ravetch‘s One November Yankee, the latest Off-Broadway offering at 59E59 Street Theaters. Except with Yankee, you’re not going to hear a fraction of smart dialogue that Joseph L. Mankiewicz scripted for Eve.
The gambling market is strictly regulated in the United Kingdom and the UK GC does an excellent job at keeping it fair. Legitimate casinos need to apply for a license and only after they secure it will they be able to provide their services to local punters. The fact that the United Kingdom Gambling Commission has succeeded has a two-pronged effect, as players feel secure, while also being motivated to bet real money. Legislators are hell-bent on maintaining the status quo, but they are also concerned about protecting vulnerable players and that’s how online gaming advertising restrictions came to be.
Steve (Sean Allan Krill) is a workaholic and a porn addict. Mary Jane (Elizabeth Stanley) is hooked on opioids. Their daughter Frankie (Celia Rose Gooding), a black bi-sexual, is trying to reconcile her self worth and identity. Their Harvard bound son, Nick (Derek Klena) is pressured to be the ideal kid while he harbors a reputation-ruining secret.
Top Chef has arguably been the biggest (and some might say greatest) culinary competition television program to ever exist. What once was a show that featured a mixture of home cooks, professional chefs and culinary students has now become a force to be reckoned with by including James Beard winners and many others at the top of their food game who all vie for the $100,000 grand prize. Some seasons of the Emmy-winning show did much better than others and stand out in our heads all this time later as ones that we want to watch again while others we wish never existed.
Talk about being a threat in every aspect of the entertainment industry! Model and actress Dorothy Meyers has spent the past three decades honing in on what makes her fabulous by taking over the industry in many different ways.
Veteran actor and dancer Deborah Lee Fong has found success in many mediums in the entertainment business including the Great White Way (AKA Broadway). She spoke with us about her career thus far and her involvement in the upcoming Urban World Film Festival in an exclusive interview with Manhattan Digest.
For those that want a healthy and satisfying sushi meal, there aren’t too many valid options in Manhattan. Restaurants in the area can either be too expensive, low-quality, or both, but fortunately there’s a very nice route one can take to get delicious and affordable sushi in the Flatiron District.
2019 has brought Manhattan Digest to places in and out of The Big Apple that have been nothing short of absolutely amazing. From Thai to Italian and everything in between, we have been able to experience some of the tastiest food this city has to offer that has left us feeling full and happy. Which ones tickled our fancies the most though? Check out our list of the 9 best restaurants we’ve been to in 2019 below!
Wind is not the only thing sweeping down the plain for the latest Broadway revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! There’s also a generous dose of satire, thanks to Gerard Alessandrini.
As Broadway keeps on turning, jukebox musicals keep on churning. The latest? Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, a West End import that is also enjoying a successful run in Hamburg, Germany.