Steve McGraw's teleplay "Miles from Nowhere", an autobiographical family drama, was produced by New World International, and starred Rick Schroder and James Farentino, directed by Buzz Kulik. It first aired on CBS, and won a Christopher Award for writing. The story was also published by William Morrow as a novel titled "Totaled." His screenplay, "Pendragon" won in the action/adventure category at The Breckenridge Film Festival.

Steve has presented some of Off Broadway's longest running hits at his cabaret theatre in Manhattan. Among them are "Forbidden Broadway", "Forever Plaid" and Frank McCourt's "A Couple of Blaguards".

Steve is a graduate of Notre Dame University.

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Having lived a while in Manhattan let me recommend a few hotels:

On the Upper West Side I like the Lucerne Hotel.
The Lucerne Hotel, located in the heart of the Upper West Side of New York City, is a mark of distinction in New York City hospitality. This beautifully restored and recently recognized landmark building is one of the most elegantly appointed boutique hotels in all of Manhattan.

From the moment you step into The Lucerne Hotel you will experience the charm and sophistication of this upscale boutique property famous for its hotel service, comfortable, entirely non-smoking accommodations, and affordability, it is ideal for business and leisure travelers.

This New York hotel is conveniently located between Central Park, The American Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center, the Theatre District, Columbia University, and the many cafes, fine restaurants, and upscale shops on the charming and ever popular Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Mid-town actors like the Edison hotel.

The Hotel Edison, built in 1931 in the same grand Art Deco style as Radio City Music Hall, is situated in one of the most dynamic sections of New York City. Our lights literally shine on Broadway! That means you can walk a few steps in either direction and enjoy the great theaters and restaurants for which New York City is traditionally known.

Business people will also appreciate our great location. The Rockefeller Center Complex, major financial, insurance, broadcast and entertainment organizations all but a few minutes walk away.

A real find is Radio City Apartments. It is a comfortable and affordable hotel hidden in the heart of Mid-Town Manhattan just steps from Rockefeller Center and Times Square.

The “homey” atmosphere and the kitchenette each room is equipped with, make the Radio City Apartments a perfect solution for the business traveler who requires an over night stay and for tourists with their children.
When people stay with us one time, it seems they keep coming back again and again. We like to say it's "your home away from home".