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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.

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."

Kips Bay »

Real Estate Experts Among New Community Board Members

CB6 welcomed four new members, including experts in commercial real estate and senior services.

Corona »

Tailor Who Worked in Corona for Decades Set to Retire

Mario Cutrone's been making clothes in Corona since the 1960s.

TriBeCa »

A Casual Movie Watcher's Guide to the Tribeca Film Festival

The festival has plenty of films that are readily accessible online or at free screenings.

Upper West Side »

The Best Places to Take Your Wedding Photos in NYC

Photographers told us where to go, how to plan and what secret gardens to use as backdrops.

Civic Center »

Six Things to Do This Weekend

Some of the weekend's most exciting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Cobble Hill »

Atlantic Avenue Tunnel Should Be Reopened, Brooklyn Historical Group Says

The Brooklyn Historic Railway Association wants to restore the tunnel, though the city deemed it unsafe.

Ridgewood »

Church Pumps Up Congregation With Gym and Tanning Equipment

The United Presbyterian Church operates a gym said to have once hosted Arnold Schwarzenegger.

St. George »

Staten Island Clown Unmasked on Radio Show

A film company confirmed that it was behind the creepy Staten Island clown.

New Springville »

Comedian Who Filmed Staten Island Clown Denies Part in Hoax

Vic Dibitetto said his video of the mysterious clown wasn't part of a promotional campaign.

Grasmere »

Creepy Clown Spotted on Streets of Staten Island

A mysterious clown holding balloons has been seen on the streets of Staten Island.

St. George »

History of Staten Island's Boat Graveyard Explored in Documentary

"Graves of Arthur Kill" will have its first screening in Staten Island on April 2.

Lower East Side »

Beastie Boys Square Plan Rejected Again by LES Committee

Members of CB3 failed to back the renaming of the intersection of Ludlow and Rivington streets.

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