Friday, April 5, 2013


Happy Friday Readers!! Finally the weather is getting to the point where you can leave your jacket at home, and when I think where I'd like to be this time of year, New York City is the first place that comes to mind. I went to school at New York University and walking the city streets, eating at some of the greatest deli's and restaurants, or shopping were some of my favorite things to do after class or even in between them. If you're planning a trip to The Big Apple, even if it's just for a day, not only should the above be on the to-do list, a Broadway Show should be at the top of it. I believe everyone should see at least one Broadway show in their lifetime; I promise you, you won't be disappointed.

I found this really awesome website, that not only lists great things to do in New Jersey, it also includes NYC.  ::Click Here:: to find tickets to some of the greatest Broadway Shows playing, which include:

Wicked- the untold musical story of 'Wizard of OZ'
Jersey Boys- story of Franki Valli and the Four Seasons. Won the 2006 Tony Award for best musical.
Cinderella- one of the most beloved fairytale of all time
Annie- a new-age spin of a 35 year-old classic
Breakfast at Tiffany's- the revived 80's movie
Motown the Musical- showcases the life of Berry Gordy and his journey from feather-weight boxer to heavy-weight music mogul
Rock of Ages- tribute to 1980's rock n' roll legends
Chicago- a night of murder, greed, corruption, violence, adultery, and everything in between
The Lion King- amazing Broadway rendition of the famous Disney classic
Newsies the Musical- meet Jack Kelly and his ragged band of teenage 'newsies' who dream of a better life outside the streets of NYC.
...and many more...

If you are trying to find the perfect restaurant for your time in the city, you must check out this website, it has something for every budget and every occasion.

Before I leave you to enjoy your weekend, if you are a movie junkie The Garden State Film Festival is this weekend in Asbury Park. Thursday 4/4/2012- Sunday 4/7/2013 10am-10pm. This festival is a weekend filled with current independent films from around the world and includes an open talent casting, professional panel discussion, parties and more. For tickets for the weekend, cocktail party, or first screening visit

Happy Weekend!!

Have you ever been or are planning to go to a Broadway Show? Have you seen any of the shows listed above? What are some of your favorite places to go in NYC? We love to hear your thoughts, leave us a comment in the section below!!

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