It feels like a day to have a stroll around the city. There are so many seasonal features to see. Here’s a little taster…
Our West Side Stories continue with a profile of Onika Day. She left the Bay Area to pursue her New York dreams. She landed in Hell’s Kitchen and has found work in the theater and now in television series like The Undoing, Billions, and The Affair.
What we’ve been reading
There are still a lot of New Yorkers making travel plans this Thanksgiving. (New York Post)
New York streets are given the once-over by starchitect David Rockwell. (Streetsblog)
Can Broadway bounce back? Here’s the view of an industry insider. (Broadway Journal)
A man was stabbed to death outside a midtown pizza joint last night. (New York Post)
Snow, or no snow? The question that has meteorologists scratching their heads. (NY1)
Indoor dining could soon be a thing of the past. (Eater)
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