Monthly Archives: "March 2015"

1776 On March 16, 1969: The Broadway play 1776 opened at 46th Street Theater for 1,217 performances. The play was based on the book by Peter Stone, with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards. It was nominated...

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March 15, 2015 | 0 Comments The Hot Corner: Broadway Fantasy Camp

Even though I can’t sing or dance, the creator of Broadway Fantasy Camp says I’d fit right in with her program. I’m over 18 — her minimum age — but consider going to a Broadway show more...

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March 15, 2015 | 89 Comments Drillinger Does: Sex Club Date Night

New York is a kick ass city for dating. In my time here I’ve been on some pretty memorable dates: Chinese massages in the East Village, live music at 2 a.m. on the Lower East...

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March 15, 2015 | 0 Comments Don’t Get Me Started: Cleanup on Aisle 42

New York is a nice place to live, but I wouldn’t want to visit here. Just two generations ago, in 1940, sixty-percent of New York workers had manufacturing jobs. A generation later, in the 70’s,...

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ED SULLIVAN SHOW On March 15, 1971: CBS announced that it was going to cancel the Ed Sullivan Show. The show featured performers, dancers, and comedians, and was known for its wide range of acts and musical performances....

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