HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Broadway Week Breezes In
January is Broadway’s slow month. Which is great news for anyone looking to save money on a hot show. During Broadway Week, January 20 through February 5, score two tickets for the price of one to 20 shows at nycgo.com — big ones, like Alladin, Cabaret, Kinky Boots, Matilda The Musical and perennial hottie Wicked. And it’s not just musicals. This year’s crop includes A Delicate Balance and You Can’t Take It With You. You can’t lose, in other words. Saluting Broadway Week the Sheraton New York Times Square offers 50 percent off your second night at the hotel; use BTBAR1...READ ON
FROM THE BLOG
It’s cold, snowy and dark. Why would anyone want to come to New York in January and February? Because it’s cheap. And oddly friendly. The city’s dearest restaurants are thrilled to give you a table (sometimes). You can score tickets to any Broadway show you want. And if the snow and fog subside, this is …READ ON
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