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The Starlite Lounge closed in 2010 after its building's landlord sold the space.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center is honoring the director on the 50th anniversary of his first film.
It's not just about baseball and tennis at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
The Seaport International Food & Film Festival kicks off July 24 with a movie and food from Sweden.
The piece will be in the Crescent Street lot where a film and music fest will take place this summer.
Nick Cave, The Kooks and Conor Oberst are all playing New York this week.
Stephen Colbert will broadcast out of the Ed Sullivan Theatre when he takes over next year.
Artists can submit pieces for a new pop-up gallery at the Whole Foods on East Houston Street.
The mural will be painted at PS/IS 116 William C. Hughley in Jamaica.
"TIMEBOMB" is a new exhibit featuring a dozen graffiti artists at Urban Folk Art Gallery.
Comedian and stand-up show host Khalid Rahmaan takes on his "up and coming" neighborhood.
The annual summer festival on Tompkins Avenue will close down part of the street for two weekends.
The park will host five free summer concerts.
Artists with the "100 Gates Project" are spray-painting murals to beautify roll-down security gates.
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