It was here that "Moose Murders," a play so bad it closed after one performance, premiered--and closed--in 1983.
Ephemeral New York is a terrific little blog that doesn't post often, but when an article does go up you can be assured it's fascinating. [...]
Our 14 weeks of time traveling through New York nightlife ends with...a great wine and a Sinatra movie?!?
"That's funny, it worked on the frog." Whaaa...?
In the late 1950s, we can catch Gielgud on Broadway, Eastwood on Rawhide, or a South Seas adventure in Cinerama.
It's the middle of winter at the beginning of the Depression. Can we even afford a night on the town?
In New York in deep summer in the early 1900s, you're lucky to get dinner at a soda fountain and a cheap vaudeville for entertainment.
Another night out in New York's history. Please don't make me see "Cats!"
Come on...you know you want to see the floor show with Doraldina and her Hawaiians!
From Hello Dolly to Antonioni, prime rib for $4.25 to cheap gin, there's a lot to do in Manhattan in 1967.