‘Cats’ leads Broadway’s 2016 clunkers

This was the year “Hamilton” and “The Humans” got what they deserved — multiple Tonys, including those for, respectively, Best Musical and Best Play. So let’s put them aside for this list and focus on 2016’s other worthy efforts, on Broadway and off. Here they are, in no particular order. BEST THEATER: “Falsettos” Christian Borle

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Britney and Gaga nosedived in 2016

Pop fans of the future will look back on 2016 as the year that music died. But while Prince, David Bowie, Leonard Cohen and George Michael (to name but four) passed away, the would-be music legends of the future were making their cases heard with some groundbreaking new material. Here are the best tracks of

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Behold, the Dutch ‘Magic Mike’

Behold, the Dutch ‘Magic Mike’ | New York Post December 29, 2016 | 6:22pm If you’re in the Netherlands, you’re in luck. Newly released comedy “Onze Jongens,” which translates to “our boys” in Dutch, tells the story of a group of struggling (and outrageously attractive) construction workers who decide to try their luck at male

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The legends Broadway lost in 2016

Broadway will be dimming its lights a lot in the coming weeks. Dick Latessa, who won a Tony for “Hairspray,” died Dec. 19. Soon after, the theater lost Willa Kim, who designed the stylish and witty costumes for “Sophisticated Ladies” and “The Will Rogers Follies.” She was 99. And Monday, the beloved character actor George

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What you need to watch in January

Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean there’s nothing to watch on television. In our overview of January’s best TV, we feature the most intriguing new series (with one exception), but several returning favorites also bow. “Homeland” fans can look forward to the show’s first season shot in New York (Jan. 15, Showtime). “Scandal”

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I made out with 10 strangers to find love

Love may be blind, but what about a first kiss? The upcoming TV series “Kiss Bang Love” (premiering Tuesday at 10 p.m. on FYI) tests how much you can tell about a potential mate from locking lips — with both strangers blindfolded. While previous programs have explored first-kiss chemistry (TLC’s “Love at First Kiss” and

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