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The Critic

We dined last night in Barbetta, which is the oldest continually owned restaurant in New York, and one of our favorite Italian places in the City. We've been going there for 50 years (this is our 45th anniversary) but the

This one-woman, Bette Midler show about famed agent Sue Mengers was reviewed today by Terry Teachout, the notorious Wall Street Journal reviewer who has dreams he's Clive Barnes or Charles Isherwood. He's having an all-too-frequent hissy-fit because Ms. Midler doesn't

Game of Thrones was so boring last  night that if it were the first one I'd watched, I'd never come back. Apparently, with its popularity, the writers became confused and thought they were writing Don Quixote or The Grapes of

Swing 46: After Bette Midler's one-woman show, we wandered over to Restaurant Row on 46th and randomly chose Swing 46. They have an old-time "big band" in the rear, which was packed with patrons around a dance floor. We chose