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Live from New York, it’s Opening Night!

Under the watchful eye of festival co-founder Robert De Niro, comedy and music icons walked the Beacon Theatre’s red carpet prior to the…

‘Jackrabbit’ Hops Short of Sci-Fi Glory

‘Jackrabbit’ Hops Short of Sci-Fi Glory

BY SEAN EGAN | Making a science fiction film — well, a really good science fiction film — is not easy, and doesn’t…

Two-Pack: A Dual Review of ‘The Wolfpack’

Two-Pack: A Dual Review of ‘The Wolfpack’

BY RANIA RICHARDSON | The Angulos, a large, good-looking family living in extreme conditions, would certainly make for entertaining reality TV. One is…


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BY CARLYE WAXMAN RD, CDN  (sweetnutritionnyc.com)  |  Emotional eating is a nasty byproduct of the long winter and its brutal weather. Did you ever get so depressed that…

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Letters to the Editor: Sept. 3, 2015

Peace on the pier more precious than beer To The Editor: Re: “Private Investment, Public Enjoyment” (Talking Point, August 20, 2015): Long before the Hudson…

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A Quiet Moment Every Week, at Union Square Memorial

A Quiet Moment Every Week, at Union Square Memorial

BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC | Every weekend, Nancy and Robert Larson make the journey from their home in Manhasset, Long Island to tend the memorial that has become a…

Doris Corrigan, Chelsea’s Go-To Activist

Doris Corrigan, Chelsea’s Go-To Activist

BY ALBERT AMATEAU | Trying desperately to find a phone number for a Chelsea activist to interview for an obituary, it suddenly occurred to the obituary writer, “Of…

Cutting-Edge Gizmos, Taken For a Test Run

Cutting-Edge Gizmos, Taken For a Test Run

BY CHARLES BATTERSBY | CE Week — the ninth annual consumer electronics event — came to New York June 23–25, filling Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion with cutting-edge gadgets and…