DRESS TO KILL FOR TABOOFebruary 7 at 54 BelowDon’t be a guttersnipe! Come on in from the outside and attend the Church of the Poison Mind. Do you really want to hurt me? No. You don’t. So stop telling me pretty lies and book your tickets to the 10th anniversary concert of Boy George’s Taboo. Love is a question mark, but there’s no question that you’ll love seeing Jeremy Kushnier, Matthew Rowland, Samuel Buttery and more rock out. And always a plus, proceeds benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Click for tickets! YUK IT UP WITH BENJAMIN WALKERFebruary 4 at Joe’s PubBenjamin Walker wants you to help him find something. That’s right, just you (and a bunch of other people) and the super studly Ben Walker are on a search to find the funny. Walker, known for his sorta serious roles in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof really, really enjoys doing comedy. And he’s even more passionate about raising up the next generation of comedians. Also, it’s 10 bucks! Click for tickets! LET CHRISTIAN BORLE CHARM YOUFebruary 5 at New York City CenterIn his first New York City stage outing since he snagged a Tony Award for his awesome and unforgettable performance as Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher, Christian Borle is ready to woo you over and over and over and over (and over) again. In the Encores! revival of Little Me, Borle (in multiple roles with multiple accents!) plays all of Belle’s (Rachel York as young Belle, Tony winner Judy Kaye as older Belle) husbands and lovers. Click for tickets! JUDGE A WACKY PAGEANTFebruary 3 at Red Lacquer ClubWho will be chosen as Miss Glamouresse? Pageant: The Musical Comedy Beauty Contest is hosted by Tony nominee Brad Oscar and stars Nick Cearley, Frankie James Grande, Douglas Lyons, Alex Ringler, Marty Thomas and Seth Tucker as contestants singing, dancing and clawing their way to the fab tiara. It’s like Comedy Central meets Miss America. And judges for the pageant are selected from the audience, so the winner is in your hands! Click for tickets! Jeremy Kushnier Benjamin Walker View All (5) Judy Kaye CHASE FANTASIA’S LAST STORMFebruary 9 at Brooks Atkinson TheatreFantasia Barrino may have lost the Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album, but girl is just brushing that aside. Listen, it’s Tasia’s world and we’re just living in it. The R&B powerhouse has set the bar high as the first in a series of rotating guest stars in Broadway’s After Midnight, singing a killer rendition of “Stormy Weather” and more Duke Ellington hits. See her jazz it up one last time on February 9. Click for tickets! Christian Borle View Comments Yeah, we know it’s really freaking cold. And, yes, we know there’s some sort of big, important football game going on today and that Times Square looks like SportsCenter vomited all over it, but we’re not going to let these things get us down. Taboo is back in NYC, Christian Borle is leading an amazing new revival of Little Me and Fantasia is showing off her magical R&B pipes in After Midnight one last time. Check out this week’s must-see list! Fantasia Barrino Star Files
The new year is so close, you can almost touch it. Of course, I wish you health and happiness. But if you don’t mind, I’ll add these five wishes as well.I wish you focus. There are so many distractions out there. I hope you find the power to block out the noise and focus on the important things.I wish you persistence. Something will break in 2018. Problems will pop up. Here’s wishing you the grit to push through to the sunshine on the other side.I wish you patience. Our world moves fast. But many good things take time to develop. I wish you the patience needed to be thoughtful in what you do. continue reading » 20SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 21-year-old Coram man was arrested Friday for allegedly exposing himself to a teenager in Selden, Suffolk County police said.Arshad Syed Humza was charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Syed Humza was driving a 2010 Nissan north on Boyle Road and Strauss Avenue at 5 p.m. when he pulled up to a 15-year-old girl walking along the street, police said. He asked if she needed a ride, but the girl declined, police said. Syed Humzah allegedly continued to follow the teen and asked for directions, police said. When the girl approached his car, Syed Humzah allegedly exposed his genitals to her, police said. The girl went home and notified her parents and was also able to provide authorities with a license plate number, police said. Syed Humzah will be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip at a later date.
Not a lot went well for Tiger Woods on Saturday. Needing a tremendous round to climb back into contention, Woods didn’t get anywhere near that, shooting an even-par 72 to wipe away any small glimmer of hope of winning The Players Championship. Rough hole for Woods. He went into the rough off the tee, then to a fairway bunker before winding up in the fringe for a long lag putt. Five-foot putt for par is no good and he bogeys the par-five.Hole 1: Par 4, 440 yardsPar to start the round for Woods. He had a birdie putt from inside 17 feet but couldn’t get it to go. After a 1-under Friday performance that was strong outside of one disastrous hole, Woods started his round with three bogeys on the front nine and struggled with his putting early on, turning several birdie chances into pars and par chances into bogeys.MORE: Watch The Players live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)Most of Woods’ birdies throughout the tournament have come on the back nine, and Saturday wasn’t an exception. He had three, including one on hole 17 — which he quadruple bogied on Friday — that wiped out some of his early struggles.At the conclusion of his round, Woods was eight strokes back of the leaders and in a tie for 41st place, putting him towards the middle of the pack of those who made the cut. Sporting News tracked scoring updates and highlights from Woods’ third round at The Players Championship. Follow along below.Players Championship leaderboardFor complete scores, check out our full Players Championship leaderboard featuring Woods and the rest of the field.Tiger Woods’ score: Results, highlights from Round 3Hole (Par)Tiger’s score (Overall) Place1 (4)Even (-3)T-442 (5)1 over (-2)T-603 (3)2 over (-1)T-664 (4)2 over (-1)T-665 (4)2 over (-1)T-666 (4)2 over (-1)T-647 (4)2 over (-1)T-668 (3)3 over (E)T-729 (5)3 over (E)T-7110 (4)3 over (E)T-7011 (5)3 over (E)T-6912 (4)2 over (-1)T-6213 (3)2 over (-1)T-63 14 (4)2 over (-1)T-6215 (4)2 over (-1)T-6216 (5)1 over (-2)T-5517 (3)Even (-3)T-4018 (4)Even (-3)T-41(All times Eastern)Hole 18: Par 4, 467 yardsThe approach shot goes into the green side bunker, but Woods rebounds with an accurate pitch and closes his round with a par.Hole 17: Par 3, 127 yardsBeautiful tee shot that drops within 3 feet of the hole and he easily birdies the hole. Hole 16: Par 5, 537 yardsWoods finally takes advantage of a par-five and gets his second birdie of the round. Now we will see if he can overcome his struggles from yesterday on No. 17.Hole 15: Par 4, 449 yardsThe tough 30-foot putts just aren’t falling for Woods. He settles for another par.Hole 14: Par 4, 468 yardsAn approach shot that rolled past the hole didn’t give Woods much of a chance for birdie, and he winds up with his fourth par of the back nine.Hole 13: Par 3, 188 yardsWoods can’t make it two in a row and settles for a par. The leaders have yet to tee off, but Woods is 11 strokes back.Hole 12: Par 4, 281 yardsIt’s a birdie! Woods drives the green on the short par-four and gets a routine two-putt to gain a stroke.Hole 11: Par 5, 546 yardsWoods goes from a fairway bunker to a greenside bunker, but is still able to have a 10-foot birdie chance. He misses and still hasn’t got on the board.Hole 10: Par 4, 419 yardsNo fairways hit on the hole, but Woods manages a strong pitch and makes an easy par putt.Hole 9: Par 5, 586 yardsWoods plays it safe, laying up to ensure he gets on the green in three, but the putt rims out once again and it’s a par. Disappointing birdie-less front nine for Woods.🐅 @TigerWoods with the club twirl and walk-off. pic.twitter.com/KEJNZn1exa— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 16, 2019Hole 8: Par 3, 238 yardsMake that three bogeys on the front nine for Woods. A tee shot into the bunker spelled the beginning of a tough hole. Hole 7: Par 4, 432 yardsThe approach shot on No. 7 went into the bunker, but a great out from the sand allows for an easy par tap-in to avoid further trouble.Hole 6: Par 4, 390 yardsAnd it’s another missed birdie opportunity for Woods. He rims the 12-foot putt off the hole and taps in for par. Not doing himself any favors.65 feet of apex. 👌Bet you can’t watch this @TigerWoods shot trail just once. #QuickHits pic.twitter.com/KOYUW4zY2c— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 16, 2019Hole 5: Par 4, 471 yardsWoods overcomes a drive into the fairway bunker to recover and par his second straight hole.Hole 4: Par 4, 371 yardsAnother missed putt from within 10 feet. Rinse and repeat. That might have been Woods’ best chance thus far for a birdie.Hole 3: Par 3, 155 yardsSuboptimal start to the round. Woods bogeys his second consecutive hole after his tee shot goes into the fairway next to the green. The five-foot par putt is once again missed. Hole 2: Par 5, 540 yards