We show you where to catch a classic movie every day of the week.
America's best teen artists and WNYC's RadioLoveFest are on offer this weekend.
Revisit the 1990s with a host of throwback bands or check out Rough Trade's impressive line up.
"The New Public" is about the first four years of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School.
The "Twilight" starlet joined Kirsten Dunst and Garrett Hedlund at a screening of the new film.
The documentary "Somewhere Between" tracks four adopted girls for nearly three years.
Cinema Society screening draws Rachel Roy, Veronica Webb, Russell Simmons and Calvin Klein.
Franco's new film, to show in Greenwich Village, is about the life of Jazz Age poet Hart Crane.
How to get away from public displays of affection this Valentine's Day.
The Minions of Gozer are preparing for performances, with props for audience members, at the IFC Center.
Cameron Crowe's new documentary "Pearl Jam Twenty" includes more than 1,200 hours of footage of the band, performances and interviews, according to the IFC Center's website.
Multitalented filmmaker Miranda July will speak about her new film, "The Future," at the IFC Center Friday.
Some of the East Village's most popular first date spots were Max Brenner's chocolate shop and Webster Hall.
Liv Tyler and Kevin Bacon were in Greenwich Village while the "Real Housewives" partied in SoHo Wednesday.
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