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See and Photograph Hawks Soaring Over Montclair

Every Autumn a silently moving mass of birds of prey fills the skies over Montclair, virtually unnoticed by most people on the streets below. But on a good day in September and October – if conditions are right – you might see hundreds and maybe even thousands of hawks overhead making their annual migration south for the winter. The Montclair Bird Club is presenting a special workshop on identifying and photographing birds of prey in flight to coincide with the peak flights of these southbound marvels of migration.
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Adele & BF Rich Paul Head To In-N-Out For Burgers & Shakes On Casual Week Day Date — Photos

Adele and her new man Rich Paul kept it casual on their most recent date night, grabbing burgers from In-N-Out while other celebs were at the Met Gala. Adele opted for a low key night with her boyfriend Rich Paul rather than attend the swanky Met Gala on Monday, September 13. The 33-year-old singer was spotted on a casual date night at at In-N-Out with LeBron James‘ sports agent, while a host of other A-lister’s gathered at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In photos taken by a fan, Adele wore a black face mask and pulled her hair back into a clip.
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Rihanna Steps Out in an All-Leather Fit and a Black Fur Bucket Hat in NYC

Rihanna gave love to her fans during late night dinner run this week. The pop star and beauty mogul was photographed getting seafood from a Harlem spot in the early hours of Friday morning, with her boyfriend A$AP Rocky in tow. In the pics, which you can see here, Rih wears a loose-fitting leather bomber jacket over a white tank top and skintight leather leggings.
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Linda Eder rewards the faithful at MPAC season opener

Before her sublime encore of Over the Rainbow, and her fifth standing ovation, Linda Eder apologized to Friday’s opening night crowd at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown. For pandemic reasons, she would not be doing her usual meet-and-greet after the show. “It’s not quite the opening we wanted,”...
MORRISTOWN, NJ
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‘Lion King’ ad roaring on subway platform has passengers yelping

Does this maddening chorus really need to be part of our circle of life?. That’s what straphangers are asking themselves after being jolted by ear-splitting “Lion King” ads that are turning subway platforms into the cement Serengeti. The recorded messages blare the famous Zulu lead-in to “Circle of Life,” before...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Emmy Records, LGBTQ Firsts And Omar: Five Things To Watch

The Emmys honoring the best in television return Sunday for the first in-person ceremony since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the return of a (small, socially distanced) audience, there are plenty of potential records and historic firsts to look out for:. Michael K. Williams, forever remembered...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

A Heartbroken Sarah Jessica Parker Remembers George Malkemus: ‘Dearest Partner, Elegant Gentleman’

A heartbroken Sarah Jessica Parker remembered George Malkemus as “dearest partner” and “elegant gentleman” in a touching Instagram post today. “I cannot summon the words for a fitting tribute. He deserves prose I don’t yet have. I have to gather my thoughts,” she wrote. “Today I can only say I’m utterly heartbroken. RIP dearest partner, elegant gentleman George.” A revered executive and friend to many, George Malkemus III died Thursday in New York after a battle with cancer. He was 67. Few people knew Malkemus as intimately as Parker. Ever since the pair first partnered in 2013 to launch their SJP by Sarah...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

New York Philharmonic Marks 'Homecoming' After Pandemic Cancellations

Following 556 days of pandemic-inflicted cancellations and unconventional concerts, the New York Philharmonic opened its new season Friday, a "homecoming" for musicians limited to live streams, one-off and outdoor shows for more than a year. After enduring months of crisis, the Phil, one of America's oldest musical institutions, re-opened its...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Top 10 Frank Sinatra Songs

Ol’ Blue Eyes is an American treasure. With his golden voice and smooth style, Frank Sinatra crooned to audiences all over the world, including some very big names in the United States (Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy, anyone?). He also amassed hit after hit. He began singing professionally in the...
HOBOKEN, NJ
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Dawes Brings Fall Tour And New Tunes To Central Park SummerStage [Photos/Video]

Almost a year after releasing its latest studio album in 2020’s Good Luck With Whatever, Americana-rock outfit Dawes finally returned to New York City on Friday for a blissful evening of music at Central Park SummerStage. The Rumsey Playfield venue was spared from any chance of rain on a foggy New York evening, and fans were more than ready to welcome Dawes following opening sets from Erin Rae and Bonnie Light Horseman.
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Why Bravo Cancelled The Real Housewives Of New York’s Season 13 Reunion

There was clearly a different tone in this season of Bravo's The Real Housewives of New York. It was the old guard (Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan and Luann de Lesseps) versus the new guard (Leah McSweeney and Eboni K. Williams), as the group grappled with race conversations and being as authentic as possible in a post-COVID, post-BLM world. Their sometimes awkward and upfront address of the new dynamic, coupled with low ratings, sparked speculation that some cast members will be fired. No one’s gotten the axe just yet, but the reunion for Season 13 is cancelled and the reason for it is a bit surprising.
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After Almost 2 Years, New York Philharmonic Returns For 180th Season

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There was another step in New York’s reopening Friday as the New York Philharmonic returned to the stage for the first time in more than 500 days. After an 18-month intermission, the Philharmonic finally played for an audience once again. “Boy, this last year has been death, practically, you know? No theater, no dance, no concerts,” Upper West Side resident Virginia Chakejian told CBS2’s Ali Bauman. “This is just a part of the vitality of New York City, and it’s just great to have it back,” Upper West Side resident Frank Newman said. Music aficionados filled the Alice Tully Center...
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Lou Reed's Archives To Become Major NYPL Exhibit With "Lou Reed: Caught Between the Twisted Stars"

After acquiring Lou Reed's archives in 2017, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts opened them up in 2019 for fans and historians interested in sorting through a massive amount of his personal effects, recordings, and business papers. But starting next year, the NYPL will curate those materials into Lou Reed: Caught Between the Twisted Stars, the first large-scale exhibition featuring "previously unseen and unheard work from Reed’s incredible archive."
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