Times Square Theater to be Transformed in 4D Broadway Experience

Times Square Theater, a dormant performance venue in New York City’s Broadway theater district will soon be transformed to house an immersive 4D experience.

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Pay as You Wish at Atlanta’s High Museum Today!

Art fanatics lucky enough to be visiting the Peach State today are in for a treat! The High Museum of Art in Atlanta is offering a special pay-as-you-wish promotion Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM.

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Hotel Gym: Pedal Bike, Charge Your iPhone

Looking to get more out of your next workout? Consider a stay at a Starwood Element hotel. The chain showed off new, people-powered, electricity-producing stationary bikes at a press conference in Miami this week.

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NYC’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral to Undergo $175 Million Renovation

New York City’s famed St. Patrick’s Cathedral is set to undergo a $175 million renovation, according to a report in the New York Post. The massive project will take over two years to complete and could begin by the end of April.

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Chicago Museum Lands “Explosive” Mythbusters Exhibit

An “explosive” new exhibit is set to blow through the Windy City. The Chicago Museum of Science and Industry will launch “The Explosive Exhibition” this week, based on Discovery Channel’s popular Mythbusters television show.

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