Monthly Archives: "September 2013"

NOT BOYFRIEND, “BOY FRIEND” On September 30, 1954: The musical The Boy Friend opened on Broadway at the Royale Theatre. The music, lyrics, and book were written by Sandy Wilson. THIS’LL BE A LOVELY WAR On September...

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IT CERTAINLY WAS LOVERLY On September 29, 1962: My Fair Lady closed at the Broadway Theater after 2,717 performances. At the time, the Broadway production set a record as the longest running musical theater production in...

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September 28, 2013 | 0 Comments On This Day In NYC’s History: Moon Zappa was Born

NYC MARATHON GOLD On September 28, 1975: American runner Tom Fleming earned the gold medal in the 6th New York City Marathon with the time 2:19:27. GOOD BYE CHARLIE, AND YOU TOO ALGERNON! On September 28,...

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We’re reading… Do Cool Sh*t by Miki Agrawal Cool sh*t-doer Miki Agrawal shows readers how to start a successful business—from idea to reality—all while having a meaningful life. Agrawal has experienced magnificent growth in her...

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TOUCH THE SKY On September 27, 1889: New York City welcomed its first steel skeleton skyscraper, the whopping 13 story Tower Building at 50 Broadway. The building, designed by architect Bradford Gilbert, was demolished in...

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