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Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015 at 05:39 PM EDT

Peas in Guacamole? Obama Passes on New York Times Recipe

President Barack Obama has a message for The New York Times: please don't pass the peas. »

"Seinfeld" Fan Breaks NYC Set Replica With Kramer-Esque Spin

"Seinfeld" Fan Breaks NYC Set Replica With Kramer-Esque Spin

An eager “Seinfeld” fan re-creating Kramer’s famous entrance took down part of the door frame to the just-opened replica of Jerry’s Upper West Side apartment. »

Michael C. Hall Set for David Bowie Musical

Michael C. Hall Set for David Bowie Musical

The actor will lead the cast of “Lazarus,” the new musical inspired by Walter Tevis’ 1963 novel “The Man Who Fell to Earth.” »

“Smash” Creators Developing “Bombshell” for the Stage

“Smash” Creators Developing “Bombshell” for the Stage

The creators of "Smash" are working on a stage production of the fictional Marilyn Monroe-musical at the center of the short-lived NBC series. »

Steve Martin Pens New Broadway-Bound Musical

Steve Martin Pens New Broadway-Bound Musical

"Bright Star" will premiere at D.C.'s "Kennedy Center prior to a Broadway opening in Spring 2016. »

McDonald's Tests New Pork Sandwich

McDonald's Tests New Pork Sandwich

McDonald’s has a new pork item on its menu. The world’s largest hamburger chain has debuted a new pulled pork sandwich in at least one Midwest market. The McDonald’s of Northern Indiana, which operates in... »

Laurie MetCalf Joins Bruce Willis in "Misery"

Laurie MetCalf Joins Bruce Willis in "Misery"

The three-time Emmy winner will star alongside Bruce Willis in the stage adaptation of Stephen King's 1987 thriller. »

Review: Roundabout's "Significant Other"

Review: Roundabout's "Significant Other"

Gideon Glick and Lindsay Mendez star in a sweet and extremely relatable comedy about a single gay man clinging to the friendships of his youth. »

Review: Partner-Swapping Drama "The Qualms"

Review: Partner-Swapping Drama "The Qualms"

The author of "Clybourne Park" puts an eloquent gloss on familiar questions about monogamy and free love in the New York premiere of his latest work. »

Review: Sam Waterston Unleashes a Storm in "The Tempest"

Review: Sam Waterston Unleashes a Storm in "The Tempest"

As Shakespeare's Prospero, the Public Theater vet is restrained and effective as he settles a score with the traitor brother who stole his dukedom. »

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