By On This Day in NYC's History

IT FEELS LIKE THE FIRST TIME

On October 10, 1904: The Liberty Theater, located at 236 West 42nd Street, opened its doors for the first time. Check out some footage of the digs below:


A LAND OF MILK AND HONEY

On October 10, 1961: The Broadway musical Milk and Honey opened at the Martin Beck Theater.

Milk and honey On This Day in NYCs History: A Coyote was Born in the City
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BORN ON THIS DAY: PETER COYOTE

On October 10, 1941: Peter Coyote was born in New York City. He is an actor, author, director, screenwriter and narrator of films, theatre, television and audio books. His resume includes over 120 films. Hear his acclaimed voice below in this interview clip:

 

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