Bette Midler takes a luxuriant drag from the joint she’s holding in one hand, then a quick puff on a cigarette in the other.
“Mad Men” is back, Bette Midler’s on Broadway and Rodriguez sings in New York -- all are among Muse recommendations for this weekend.
What’s the probability of making a free throw in basketball? Answering such questions is the nation’s first museum devoted to mathematics, which opens its doors today.
An intense small boy tries to hit a ball as his pals hang about watching. Other kids climb a wall. No cars, no adults, this tough street is a refuge and playground.
Telling a loved one that she isn’t dying from brain cancer has never been delivered as forebodingly as it is in Sharr White’s engrossing new drama, “The Other Place.”
Thanks to a tuneful score from a writing team six years out of the University of Michigan, the first new musical of the 2012-13 New York theater season is an unconventional if unfinished treat.
In Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Cities” Elizabeth Marvel gives a breathtaking performance as a young writer who drops a literary bombshell on the family at their tony Palm Springs home.