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Thursday, December 02, 2004

Entertainment, For Real!

Fun is always available in the city that never sleeps.

Come talk about your experience with what NYC has to offer.
You can share what's Hot and what's Not with NYC's
Museums, Movies, Theaters, Concerts, etc.
You name it and we'll take your word for it.



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    By Blogger Iraq, at December 7, 2004 at 7:07 AM  

  • Ever been down to Rockefella's center tree ligthing?Well if you missed it you can still see the tree lite and even Ice Skate while your in the vincinity. It's a spectacular experience and while your there, Radio City is right around the corner on 49th st and 6th Ave. At the Radio City music hall you can visit the Rockets as they perform in the anual Christmas show, see a movie at any local I-max which are top line movie theatres and even stop by the Film and Television Museum located all in the same area. This is I reazy hollar.

    By Blogger Iraq, at December 7, 2004 at 7:09 AM  

  • Has any seen any good movies lately? I went to see After the Sunset recently, and let me tell you that it was a waste of money and time.

    Please, if you know something is good out there let me know. Thank you!

    By Blogger OLDLENS, at December 8, 2004 at 7:58 PM  

  • Well I have got to be honest, I haven't been to Rockerfeller Center recently for any particular reason...I've just been passing by often. So I can't comment on that. But I do have to say that I have seen the Seed of Chucky recently, and it was also a waste of time.

    If you want to see it because you were once a Child's Play movie fan, then go ahead. But if you are looking for a the something like the Ring 2...May not be the best but it sure looks more promising than Chucky's Flick.

    By Blogger MetroLeisures, at December 8, 2004 at 8:01 PM  

  • By the way, if anyone wants to see John Q (starring Denzel Washington), there is a free screening at City College (CCNY) at 138th street and Convent Avenue (A, B, C, D, 1, 9 trains or 100 or 101 buses get you there)

    It's on Thursday, Dec 9. in the NAC (North Academic Center - Main Building) in room 1/121. John Q will be showing at noon, 3pm and 6pm.

    "Catch this great thriller while you learn the truth abotu some of the most common myths of organ donation from our guest speakers"

    PLUS - Refreshments will be served!!

    Free and Free!!!

    By Blogger MetroLeisures, at December 8, 2004 at 8:20 PM  

  • There is so much to get out of the city.

    Looking through the Voice publication Newspaper, there are tons of shows playing at tons of venues around the City. Through a ticket master you can purchase tickets by ordering with a major credit card, pick up your ticket the day of the show at a will call window, or have the tickets delivered to your residence or PO Box.

    The same goes for sports and theatre events, except that Google will give you more information and instructions. New York City is the place to find all types of entertainment. With historical stages for Broadway productions located in the Theater District, and all the teams the city has like the Knicks Basketball teams, the Gaints and the Jets Football team, Mets and Yankees Baseball team, and the Rangers you can just about enjoy all types of entertainment at your prefrence. These same venue's are periodically used for tradeshows to introduce new products to a public, or career fairs to contribute to the community. Many movie theater's are running constantly throughout the five boroughs, and most are very convinient and easy to get to using local MTA transportation. So while you're here with the Metro-Leisures come join us, in NYC fun.

    This is Ireazy.

    By Blogger Iraq, at December 11, 2004 at 9:50 AM  

  • Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum...that's something I forgot about. If anyone can give me some personal opinions and suggestions concerning this museum please comment, since I have never been there. Thank you.

    By Blogger MetroLeisures, at December 14, 2004 at 1:56 AM  

  • Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum is pretty cool. Some of the wax statues are amazing, while some of the are just good. Overall though, it is a fun place to visit especially if you bring friends or a date because the statues invite discussion. The biggest problem with the museum is the outrageous ticket price. It was $28.50 when I went late last year, and I think it is just over $30 now.

    By Blogger MCharles, at December 14, 2004 at 12:21 PM  

  • have you guys seen the trailer for this new christian bale film? its about a guy who suffurs from insomnia like the charector in memento suffered from memory loss. looks to be really cool! see for yourself on the trailer section of

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at December 14, 2004 at 4:45 PM  

  • WoW! That looks great. What's this trailer doing on a Budweiser website

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at December 14, 2004 at 4:45 PM  

  • I have got to tell you that The Machinist looks very interesting. And from what I found out, Christian Bale actually starved himself, lost numerous pounds of fat and muscle to play the part. With all respect, I would say that he looks very much like those who suffered from the Holocaust. I am very compelled to see the story and his performance.

    I have no idea why Budweiser would have trailers on their site, but let me tell you the best place for trailers:

    Go check it out, you won't regret it.


    By Blogger MetroLeisures, at December 14, 2004 at 5:02 PM  

  • If you wan to watch the movies with very low price tiket,don't be hurry to see those movies that you want to see at the first week they are released.Let wait for a few weeks later you can see those movies wit the price $3 a ticket .Go to Huston street and 59 ave you will find some of movie theatre .There are two or three of them around that location.Have fun.

    By Blogger OLDLENS, at December 14, 2004 at 6:28 PM  

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