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Lion King's Alton White

Lion King's Alton White

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Alton Fitzgerald White is blessed to celebrate a decade-long journey as Mufasa in The Lion King. He has also starred on Broadway in Miss Saigon, The Who’s Tommy, Smokey Joe’s Café, Ragtime and The Color Purple. Other credits include “Law and Order” on TV, the film The Invention of Lying, directed by and starring Ricky Gervais, concerts around the world, voice-overs and commercial work.

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 A Q & A with Phantom's James Barbour

A Q & A with Phantom's James Barbour

Updated Dec 6, 2017

The CitiView NYC gets up close and personal with James Barbour from Phantom of the Opera!

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Golfing In NYC

Golfing In NYC

Updated Dec 6, 2017

With a visible absence of any greens or fairways in Manhattan, you may not think of New York City as a golf haven. However, the area features some of the country’s finest and most challenging courses. There are courses in four of the five boroughs and many outstanding and highly regarded public and private courses are within a short drive from Manhattan.

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Jazz:The Soul of the City

Jazz:The Soul of the City

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Many cities are associated with various forms of music. Chicago and the Blues, New Orleans and Ragtime, but New York is undeniably the home of jazz. From the early 1920’s, New York Jazz quickly developed into a very sophisticated form of music with ties to both pop and classical music.

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Spa Castle Premier 57

Spa Castle Premier 57

Updated Dec 6, 2017

by Sasha Dimitrijevic

In the very heart of the hectic and overflowing island of Manhattan there is a place offering relaxation and extreme serenity! Being a person in constant quest for leisure occasions, I recently stumbled upon a new discovery…Spa Castle Premier 57. It was interesting to me how in the very heart of the hectic and overflowing island of Manhattan there is a place offering such relaxation and extreme serenity!

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Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim

Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim

Updated Dec 6, 2017

(NEW YORK, NY—November 7, 2016)—Opening on February 10, 2017, on the occasion of the eightieth anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim features more than 170 modern objects from the permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. Assembling many of the foundation’s most iconic works along with treasures by artists less familiar, this celebratory exhibition explores avant-garde innovations of the late nineteenth through mid-twentieth centuries, as well as the groundbreaking activities of six pioneering arts patrons who brought to light some of the most significant artists of their day and established the Guggenheim Foundation’s identity as a forward-looking institution. Visionaries includes important works by artists such as Alexander Calder, Paul Cézanne, Marc Chagall, Vasily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Fernand Léger, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Vincent van Gogh.

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10 Best Italian Restaurants in New York City

10 Best Italian Restaurants in New York City

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Since NYC is home to the highest population of Italian-Americans in the United States, it’s not surprising the city’s Italian food scene is the best you can find anywhere outside of Italy, whether you’re craving world-class New York-style pizza, mouthwatering pasta or a modern interpretation of Italian classics, here are our top choices for the best Italian Restaurants in NYC – Buon Appetito!

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Museums In NYC

Museums In NYC

Updated Dec 6, 2017

It would be hard to find a more diverse collection of museums anywhere in the world other than New York City. Many of the museums found here are the world’s most famous and frequently visited.

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Museum Mile

Museum Mile

Updated Dec 6, 2017

Museum Mile is home to one of the most dense collections of cultural displays and art exhibitions in the world. Running for just over a mile up Fifth Avenue from 82nd to 110th Street along the east side of Central Park, the Mile is currently home to nine museums! Here you’ll find a continuous offering of exhibitions and programs spanning many cultures across centuries of time.

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