Part of this walking tour is in the theater district.

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It’s no secret that if you walk anywhere in New York, some interesting and unusual sight, sound and site will greet you. Midtown, no matter how familiar, always offers up a new view or two. For instance, did you know there was a lobster cart pop-up in front of Oceana, a nice dining establishment in […]

via Gadding about — SidewalkSuperBlog

Gadding about — SidewalkSuperBlog

via The magic that is a Paul Taylor Dance

It is a great loss and a sadness to hear that Paul Taylor has died at the age of 88 on August 28, 2018. His works leave us a delightful legacy.1TrusanvoecGoodePrintemps

The magic that is a Paul Taylor Dance

Watching movies about the civil war is a fraught experience. Whose side am I on? Which side is represented by Jimmy Stewart when he picks up his gun? Can we admire the artistry with which DW Griffiths gives the KKK a valiant star turn? Does irony excuse the racial politics when a mixed-race band of […]

via Between delight and dismay — Take Note

Between delight and dismay — Take Note

via It’s the 4th of July: Who are you?

1.Hamilton1499rR Lin-Manuel Miranda and the company of Hamilton
Lin-Manuel Miranda and the company of Hamilton. Photo © Joan Marcus

The ideals of justice and equality that made America what it was are being severely tried. We cannot wear the costume of freedom if we give up our rights and freedoms.

Our playwrights and story-tellers try to steer us to the right path. Who will prevail in the struggle for America’s heritage? Our legacy is at stake.

It’s the 4th of July: Who are you?