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The Washington Heights Musical Society is turning the clock back 110 years for its May 4 concert.
Lloyd Handwerker, whose grandfather founded Nathan's Famous, made the documentary.
The three-day music festival came under fire after the deaths of two concertgoers in 2013.
The 18,000-square-foot stage will be the eighth for the studios, now part of an arts district.
Councilwoman Debi Rose launched the #NorthShoreSI campaign to get residents to tweet pics.
James "Primo" Grant lived about 70 percent of the scenes in Keith Miller's film, "Five Star."
The announcement was made on the 50th anniversary of the fair's opening.
The Brandon Cinemas closed on Sunday and will be replaced by an urgent care center for kids.
This year's NYC Pride parade will be led by Laverne Cox, Jonathan Groff and Rea Carey.
The Comedy Girls, a duo from the Bronx, argue that SNL needs a stronger Latina presence.
The 13th annual arts festival will bring free music and dance performances to Lower Manhattan.
"Drunk Shakespeare" performances give the Bard's plays the "Drunk History" treatment.
The spirit of urban male swagger is hitting the avenues as the weather warms up.
The New York State Pavilion will be open to the public for a few hours, among other events.
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