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Friday, Apr 17, 2015 at 04:47 PM EDT

French Laundry's $295 Dinners Dished Up in Shipping Container Kitchens, For Now

A restaurant that has twice been named the best in the world is now using shipping containers as a kitchen. The Los Angeles Times reports Friday that the French Laundry's chef and owner Thomas Keller ran... »

Review: Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy in "Skylight"

Review: Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy in "Skylight"

A young woman and an older man whose affair ended in a white-hot flash attempt to reconnect in an artfully performed drama set in post-Thatcher era Great Britain. »

Gaza Man Duped Into Selling Banksy Painting

Gaza Man Duped Into Selling Banksy Painting

A 33-year-old Gaza man says he has been duped into selling a valuable work by British graffiti artist Banksy for less than $200. »

Linda Lavin to Star in "Our Mother's Brief Affair"

Linda Lavin to Star in "Our Mother's Brief Affair"

Tony winner Linda Lavin will return to Broadway this January, headlining the New York premiere of a new Richard Greenberg play. »

Q&A: Michael Arden on Bringing Disney's "Hunchback" to the Stage

Q&A: Michael Arden on Bringing Disney's "Hunchback" to the Stage

Actor Michael Arden speaks to NBC New York about his extraordinary transformation into this unlikely hero. »

McDonald's Revamps Grilled Chicken to Cut Ingredients

McDonald's Revamps Grilled Chicken to Cut Ingredients

McDonald's says it is simplifying its grilled chicken recipe to remove ingredients people might not recognize, marking the latest sign the company is rethinking its menu to keep up with changing tastes. »

“Honeymoon in Vegas” to End Broadway Run

“Honeymoon in Vegas” to End Broadway Run

The musical adaptation of the hit 1992 film will make its last trip to the Sin City on Sunday, April 5. »

Google Maps Introduces Pac-Man Feature

Google Maps Introduces Pac-Man Feature

Let the office productivity fall even more. If March Madness wasn’t enough of a distraction, people can now play Pac-Man from the convenience of their desks. »

“Hangover” and "Twilight" Stars in New Play

“Hangover” and "Twilight" Stars in New Play

The new play from "Hand to God" scribe Robert Askins begins its run at MCC Theater on April 29. »

The Five Borough Shakespeare Tour

The Five Borough Shakespeare Tour

The Public Theater will expand its Mobile Shakespeare Unit to until a spring tour of ‘Macbeth.’ »

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