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Asian American International Film Fest Kicks off in New York

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The festival kicks off on Wednesday night with a screening of "Amigo," a film by the critically acclaimed independent filmmaker John Sayles about the history of the Philippine-American War. This year's festival also features a Lesbian, Gay, Bisxeual, Transgender and Queer cinema night for the first time in its history.

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Group Wants Park Slope Food Coop to Consider Boycott of Israeli Products

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Coop members will vote to approve or reject a member-initiated proposal to hold a referendum about joining the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement at its general meeting on Tuesday night at Brooklyn Tech High School.

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McQueen Show Among Top 10 Most Popular Exhibitions in Met's History

Monday, August 08, 2011

"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty," which closed at midnight on Sunday night, attracted 661,509 visitors since it opened on May 4, making it the eighth most popular exhibition in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 141-year history.

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On Site at the BMW Guggenheim Lab

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

The BMW Guggenheim Lab opened up at Houston St. at Second Ave. on Wednesday. Check out a slideshow of what the lab looked like on its first day here.

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Hollywood Vets Learn New Tricks on Broadway

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

The Great White Way will be star-studded in this theater season. WNYC takes a look at Hollywood actors and actresses who are returning -- and making their debuts -- on Broadway.

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Harlem Week Kicks Off with Gospel Music and Urban Fashion Show

Friday, July 29, 2011

Harlem Day was started 37 years ago to pay tribute to the rich economic, political, and cultural history of Harlem. The one-day event morphed into Harlem Week, which has now attracted so many participants that it is more than a month of 100 events that promotes Harlem's proud culture.

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James Franco, Gus Van Sant and Ryan Trecartin Teach MoMA PS 1 Summer School

Friday, July 29, 2011

Most kids can't stand the thought of summer school. But what if your teachers are James Franco, Gus Van Sant and Ryan Trecartin? All three are scheduled to lecture on making art, films, and the written word at MoMA PS 1's free Summer School next month.

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Alexander McQueen Leaves $81,500 for the Care of his Dogs

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

The late British fashion designer Alexander McQueen, who committed suicide in 2010, left £50,000, or $81,500 in his will for the continual care of his three dogs Minter, Juice, and Callum.

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Got Overdue Fines at City Library Branches? Forget About It.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Forgot to return a library book or DVD? Got library fines that you are reluctant to pay? The solution is here. Programs at libraries in Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island are helping borrowers to wipe the slate clean of their overdue library fines — if they just read.

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Julie Taymor, Patti Smith, the Blue Men Take Part in La Mama's New Season

Monday, July 25, 2011

La Mama Experimental Theater Club's new season features a block party, performances by some 20 artists who regard the theater club as home and a new program that will bring guests in conversation with Philip Glass, Julie Taymor and Meredith Monk, among others.

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First New York Poetry Festival Takes Over Governors Island

Monday, July 25, 2011

The First Annual New York Poetry Festival takes place this weekend in and among the green lawns, rows of London Plane trees and historic brick houses of Governors Island. More than 130 poets from across the country will read their work.

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Silent Barn Fans Pledge Nearly $25,000 to Rebuild Venue

Friday, July 22, 2011

Fans of the do-it-yourself performance space Silent Barn have pledged nearly $25,000 on Kickstarter to rebuild the barn after a robbery damaged and shut down the space on Saturday.

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NEA Says US Cultural Sectors Primed the Pump by $278 Billion

Friday, July 22, 2011

The report, "Arts and the GDP: Value Added by Selected Cultural Industries," drew on data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and looked at the performing arts, museum, sports, motion picture, sound recording and publishing industries.

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NewFest Film Fest Showcases More than the Pride of the LBGT Community

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Three days before the Marriage Equality Act goes into effect in New York, the 23rd annual NewFest LGBT Film Festival kicks off with fearless, unapologetic works from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community.

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Mayor Urges Seaport Museum not to Rely on Public Sector Funding to Stay Afloat

Friday, July 15, 2011

At a press conference on Thursday, Mayor Bloomberg and Seth Pinsky, the president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, said that the South Street Seaport Museum should work on getting private sector, as well as public sector, funding to keep its museum afloat.

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Remembering the TWA Flight 800 Tragedy, 15 Years Later

Friday, July 15, 2011

On July 17, 1996, Trans World Airlines Flight 800, a Boeing 747-131 jetliner, took off from John F. Kennedy airport and gradually ascended along the Long Island shore. It was on its way to Rome via a stop in Paris. About 12 minutes into the flight, an explosion occurred, followed by several others.

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Africa Fashion Week Kicks off on Monday

Sunday, July 10, 2011

The second annual Africa Fashion Week begins on Monday, July 11, with more than sixty African designers from all over the world coming to New York City to show their work. A show by Liberia-born designer Korto Momolu, a finalist of Project Runway Season 5, will be the first down the runway.

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Celebrating Bastille Day: Pétanque, Music and Food

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Thursday is Bastille Day. Here are some ways to celebrate in New York City.

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Williamsburg Pool Parties Find New Home at the Floyd Bennett Field

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Most New York indie rockers think of Williamsburg when they hear the name Jelly NYC. For five years, the company put on the summer's most popular pool parties at McCarren Park and then along the Williamsburg waterfront. But this year, Jelly is putting bands onstagewhere New York’s first municipal airport was located: at the Aviator Sport Complex at Floyd Bennett Field, close to Fort Tilden Beach.

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