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Philip Seymour Hoffman

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Astoria »

The Museum of the Moving in Astoria will be showcasing the late actor's work starting Sept. 16.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The group's new space will include two theaters, rehearsal and workshop space, and a public lobby.

Greenwich Village »

A number of decades-old favorites closed this year, along with some that had a shorter shelf life. 

West Village »

Deputy Inspector Elisa Cokkinos will retire next Wednesday.

New York City »

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

West Village »

The Eighth Avenue cafe and sweetshop will close at the end of this month, the owner said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Famed film and theater director Mike Nichols died on Wednesday afternoon.

Civic Center »

Robert Aaron Vineberg, 58, pleaded guilty to drug possession, which carries a lower penalty.

Greenwich Village »

The actor had ingested a lethal dose of cocaine, heroin, sedatives and amphetamines, the report says.

Greenwich Village »

Friends of Robert Vineberg have pulled together $40,000 for his bail, his lawyer said.

Upper East Side »

Hoffman died of a suspected drug overdose in the West Village.

Greenwich Village »

Heroin found in an accused dealer's apartment did not match the heroin found with Hoffman, sources said.

West Village »

Village residents, friends and fans memorialized the actor by candlelight.

NoHo »

Robert Vineberg, 57, was indicted for possession of 250 bags of heroin.

West Village »

David Bar Katz is suing for defamation over a tabloid story that claimed he and Hoffman were lovers.