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WNYC's World Cup Primer

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

At long last, the World Cup has arrived. WNYC weighs in with places to watch the games and matches not to miss.

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Exercising Your Inner Cinephile: Film Festivals Take Over

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Film festivals in New York are like multiple roommates. In a studio apartment. Living on top of each other.

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He'd Rather Be in Baltimore: Questions for John Waters

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

John Waters loves Johnny Mathis. "He's so famous, they don't even introduce him," Waters says.

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'Children of God' Confronts Homophobia in the Caribbean

Monday, June 07, 2010

Bahamian filmmaker Kareem Mortimer is the first to admit that he is taking a big risk with his debut feature film, Children of God. The  story of two young men falling in love puts the spotlight on homophobia in Caribbean society.

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Making Shakespeare in the Park

Friday, June 04, 2010

WNYC takes you behind the scenes of one of the city's major theatrical institutions. Watch the video for details.

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With Visions of Future Hilltops (and Potable Water) Governors Island Re-opens

Friday, June 04, 2010

If art exhibits, outdoor music or car-free bike-riding aren’t enough of a draw, consider visiting Governors Island for a peek at a massive urban redevelopment project.

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Posing With Miranda July: "Eleven Heavy Things" in Union Square Park

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

If all goes well, you're going to take a lot of pictures this summer.  Artist and filmmaker Miranda July would like to help you out.

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Top 5 Summer Shakespeare Festivals

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Get the lowdown on the best of the bard in New York this summer.

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Louise Bourgeois, 98, Dies

Monday, May 31, 2010

Artist Louise Bourgeois, whose sculptures exploring women's deepest feelings on birth, sexuality and death were highly influential on younger artists, died Monday, her studio's managing director said. She was 98.

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Central Park Summerstage: Closer Than You Think

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Free concerts in the summer contain all the elements of complete mayhem, and the Summerstage series in Central Park is no exception.

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At the Short Film Slam, the Audience Decides

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Forget Cannes. At the final round of the Short Film Slam series, eight films battle it out for audience approval -- and the top prizes.

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Not All Kink and Gloom: Novelist Mary Gaitskill

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The author of Don't Cry and Veronica visits Brooklyn's Powerhouse Books with Stacked Up TV. Watch the video.

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Muslims on the Big Screen: Emperors and Extremists

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

It’s not easy being a moviegoer these days. Having emerged from my post-Oscar coma a few weeks ago, I’ve been struggling to stay on top of the city’s cinematic bounty, whether it’s the longer, uncut "Metropolis" (Film Forum), the "Cremaster" series (IFC Center) or "Iron Man 2" (everywhere).

None of ...

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Stolen Pieces

Monday, May 24, 2010

Art world provocateurs Provac Eva and Franco Mattes exhibit chips, bits, and other little pieces of art masterpieces stolen from museums at Postmasters Gallery.

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The New Times Square Unveiled

Sunday, May 23, 2010

The city has chosen local artist Molly Dilworth to paint the five pedestrian plazas at Times Square and Herald Square. Dilworth topped some 150 competitors to win $15,000 and the honor of having her designs installed at the “crossroads of the world” beginning in July and remaining for 18 months.

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2010 Moby Awards

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Tonight in Manhattan,  the best and worst book trailers produced in the last year will be honored at the first annual Moby Awards.

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Obie Awards: Top 5 Things to Know About Annie Baker

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

29-year-old playwright Annie Baker was the big winner at Monday's Obie Awards, which honor the best of Off-Broadway. 

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Theatre For One

Friday, May 14, 2010

No more tickets at TKTS?  Not to fear.  Visitors heading to Times Square to see a show can now be a part of one.

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Actors: A World Without 'Law & Order'?

Friday, May 14, 2010

NBC announced this morning that television and New York institution Law & Order has been cancelled. Actors, tell us what this means for you.

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A Sea Of Clothing And Heartbeats Fill The Armory

Friday, May 14, 2010

Christian Boltanski's new exhibit No Man's Land makes the cavernous space inside the Park Avenue Armory feel more like stoop sale than a drill hall. Watch the video.

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