Big news coming down on Tuesday revolved Jerry Seinfeld and his picking up a regular role of appearing at Manhattan’s Beacon Theater.

By Robby Sabo

At this point in his life the great Jerry Seinfeld can do whatever he’d like. He decides the rules on how much or how very little he has to work.

Being a filthy rich comedian is, of course, the reason. Still, Seinfeld did more for Jerry than just provide him wealth. It planted him as one of the greatest and most recognizable true New Yorkers of all-time.

When one thinks of Jerry Seinfeld these days, they think about New York (and the Mets).

This is why him accepting a regular gig at the Beacon Theater is so news worthy.

On Tuesday the Madison Square Garden company announced that it was giving Mr. Seinfeld a residency at its famed Beacon Theater on the upper west side of Manhattan. He will perform stand-up about once a month starting on Jan. 7.

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