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A Frank History of Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs Premieres at Tribeca Film Fest

Lloyd Handwerker, whose grandfather founded Nathan's Famous, made the documentary.

Randall's Island »

Electric Zoo Returning to Randall's Island with Added Security After ODs

The three-day music festival came under fire after the deaths of two concertgoers in 2013.

Astoria »

Kaufman Astoria Studios to Build New Sound Stage

The 18,000-square-foot stage will be the eighth for the studios, now part of an arts district.

St. George »

Campaign Aims to Showcase Pictures of Staten Island's North Shore

Councilwoman Debi Rose launched the #NorthShoreSI campaign to get residents to tweet pics.

Fort Greene »

Bloods Gang Member Portrays Himself in Tribeca Film Festival Movie

James "Primo" Grant lived about 70 percent of the scenes in Keith Miller's film, "Five Star."

Corona »

New York State Pavilion Named 'National Treasure' by Restoration Group

The announcement was made on the 50th anniversary of the fair's opening. 

Forest Hills »

Credits Roll for Decades-Old Movie Theater on Austin Street

The Brandon Cinemas closed on Sunday and will be replaced by an urgent care center for kids.

Greenwich Village »

'Orange Is the New Black' Star Among NYC Pride Parade Grand Marshals

This year's NYC Pride parade will be led by Laverne Cox, Jonathan Groff and Rea Carey.

Woodlawn »

Bronx Comedy Duo Rips 'Saturday Night Live' for Lack of Latinas

The Comedy Girls, a duo from the Bronx, argue that SNL needs a stronger Latina presence.

Financial District »

River to River Festival Shrinks Free Arts Events from Month to Just 11 Days

The 13th annual arts festival will bring free music and dance performances to Lower Manhattan.

Midtown »

Drunk Thespians Bring Shakespeare to the Masses

"Drunk Shakespeare" performances give the Bard's plays the "Drunk History" treatment.

SoHo »

Men's Spring Attire Highlights More Than Clothes

The spirit of urban male swagger is hitting the avenues as the weather warms up.

Corona »

World's Fair 50th Anniversary Features Pavilion Tour, Warhol Exhibit

The New York State Pavilion will be open to the public for a few hours, among other events.

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Greenwich Village »

Vanguard Jazz Orchestra at Village Vanguard

178 Seventh Avenue South, from 8:30 PM - 12:00 AM

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Forest Hills »

Ballroom Dancing at Forest Hills Library

108-19 71st Avenue, from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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West Harlem »

Soul & R&B Friday at Red Rooster Harlem

310 Lenox Avenue, from 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM

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