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Friday, Feb 5, 2016 at 03:44 PM EST

Burberry to Cut Shows, Allow Online Buying Straight From Runway

Luxury retailer Burberry says it will combine its menswear and womenswear catwalk shows into a single presentation twice a year and allow buyers to purchase items right off the runway. »

McDonald's to Test McGriddles in Expanded All-Day Breakfast

McDonald's to Test McGriddles in Expanded All-Day Breakfast

Basking in the fanfare over its all-day breakfast menu, McDonald's is pushing its operational limits by testing the addition of another morning favorite to the lineup: the McGriddle. »

 Sandy Duncan Finds "Neverland"

Sandy Duncan Finds "Neverland"

Almost 37 years after playing Peter Pan, the Tony nominee joins "Finding Neverland." »

Teens Say Costumes Got Them Kicked Out of 'Frozen' Event

Two San Diego County teens were left disappointed after being turned away from a "Frozen" Disney on Ice show at Valley View Casino for an unlikely and seemingly bizarre reason: they were too tall to be... »

'SpongeBob Musical' to Feature New Bowie Song

'SpongeBob Musical' to Feature New Bowie Song

Bowie and a handful of the biggest names in music wrote original songs for SpongeBob Squarepants’ first stage musical. »

Shakespeare in the Park’s 2016 Season Set

Shakespeare in the Park’s 2016 Season Set

"The Good Wife" star Cush Jumbo will lead an all-female "Taming of the Shrew" in The Public's annual free Shakespeare series. »

Trade Old Baby Items for Discounts at Toys 'R' Us

Trade Old Baby Items for Discounts at Toys 'R' Us

Those looking for an excuse to rid their homes of old and unsafe baby items now stand to benefit from cleaning out their closets through the annual Toys "R" Us Great Trade-In event. »

Cate Blanchett Set to Make Broadway Debut

Cate Blanchett Set to Make Broadway Debut

The Oscar winner will make the jump from the big screen to the big stage, in an adaptation of Anton Chekhov's first play. »

Blizzard Took a Bite out of Broadway Profits

Blizzard Took a Bite out of Broadway Profits

The winter storm that barreled into New York over the weekend made a mess of Broadway box office receipts, with most shows reduced to six performances instead of eight when Saturday went dark. »

BroadwayCon Attracts Nearly 6,000 Theater Fans

BroadwayCon Attracts Nearly 6,000 Theater Fans

While Broadway matinee and evening performances were cancelled this weekend in the wake of the historic blizzard, BroadwayCon went on. »

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