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Even those with no experience can take the stage where the stars trained. 

Chelsea »

The reality star is being smeared by a promoter who owes her $10,000, her attorney said.

Chelsea »

Ramona Rizzo, whose granddad was Al Pacino in "Donnie Brasco," joined goons in a ripoff to pay DJ Will.

Flushing »

Learn to embrace, lead and follow like a tango pro with a free performance and class. 

Melrose »

Three separate film series will light up the night this summer in The Bronx.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Shakespeare in the Park will perfom "Into the Woods" and "As You Like It" for its 50th season.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

President Obama bestowed the National Medal of Arts onto legendary NYC painter Will Barnet Monday.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Photographer Ricky Powell organized an exhibition featuring more than 30 photographers's works.

Midtown & Theater District »

Det. Nelson Dones helped arrest an alleged iPhone thief in Times Square days before his retirement.

Manhattan »

Diane Keaton, who dated Woody Allen for several years, wrote about their relationship in her up-coming autobiography, "Then Again."

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The 21-year-old daughter of film legend Al Pacino pleaded guilty to a drunken driving offense in exchange for a 90-day license suspension and a $300 fine.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Tony Montana will take over seven theaters across Manhattan when the Al Pacino gangster classic "Scarface" returns at the end of August.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Julie Pacino, reportedly the daughter of screen legend Al Pacino, was busted for drunk driving on Houston Street early Saturday morning, according to police sources.

Manhattan »

The 'South Park' creators' play about two Mormon boys led the way with 14 Tony Awards nominations on Tuesday.

Manhattan »

Natalie Portman had to be bleeped out at the Screen Actor's Guild awards for saying the A-word.