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When a train pulls into the subway station it sounds like the first three notes of the Leonard Bernstein/Stephen Sondheim collaboration 'Somewhere.'

It's Spielberg's love letter to the original film, 1950s NYC, and the enduring mythology of well-choreographed street gangs named after elasmobranch fish and/or hockey teams.

Jerome Robbins, a lifelong New Yorker, was determined that the movie version of his successful Broadway show would represent his native city in all its gritty glory.

The good, the bad and the controversial of the revival.

No sweat stains will have to be CGI'd into this production.

The Great White Way is a little dimmer today as it mourns Arthur Laurents, the 93-year-old playwright and director who helped create such classics as West Side Story, Gypsy and The Way We Were.

Photograph of the Jets by Joan Marcus At 91, Arthur Laurents

Will Ferrell stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman last night

A look at some noteworthy television this week: Nature - Dogs That

Yesterday afternoon, Judge Jed Rakoff ruled that the city had to allow