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Flower Power for Little Sprouts

Flower Power  for Little Sprouts

On April 24, Arbor Day, the Ryan Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center (10th Ave. at W. 46th St.) hosted second-graders from nearby PS111. Among those spending time with the youngsters were Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal and CEO/President of Ryan Health Network, Brian McIndoe, along with other staff and doctors of Ryan Health. Together, they […]

The Local Angle on I Love My Park Day

The Local Angle on I Love My Park Day

The winter weather’s finally been broken, and springtime seems here to stay. What better way to celebrate the warm weather than by spending time outdoors? And where better to spend that time than at your local park? Individuals interested in venturing outside and reacquainting themselves with nature after this long, cold winter have the perfect […]

Live from New York, it’s Opening Night!

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 world premiere of the Saturday Night Live documentary “Live From New York!” Tickets to April 15’s Tribeca Film Festival 2015 Opening Night Gala were in short supply. Comped, we presume, were these […]

That Mid-’70s Show: Spring’s First Warm Day on the High Line

That Mid-’70s Show: Spring’s  First Warm Day on the High Line

Somewhere between bitter cold and oppressively hot is that fleeting sweet spot known as “Springtime in New York.” Photographer Jenny Rubin captured these images on and around the High Line, this past Saturday — when the high temp hit 76.1 degrees Fahrenheit.  

At the Crossroads of Affordability and Exclusivity

At the Crossroads of Affordability and Exclusivity

BY COREY JOHNSON  |  New York City is at a crossroads. With change happening all around us, the decisions we make today will affect New Yorkers for generations to come. Are we going to be a city of luxury housing, with part-time residents from around the globe, where only the very wealthy need apply? Or, […]

Education and Entertainment in Hudson River Park

Education and Entertainment  in Hudson River Park

BY MADELYN WILS  |  On June 20, hundreds of children from the New York City Housing Authority’s Chelsea Eliot and Fulton Houses will join their families in Hudson River Park. The youths will be showcasing their homemade water filters and plankton models at Maker Mania, the culmination of the Hudson River Park Trust’s month-long estuary engagement initiative […]

Two Sure Things, Sight Unseen

Two Sure Things, Sight Unseen

“GRANDMA” Take the well-traveled but reliable road trip formula, place Lily Tomlin behind the wheel of a vintage Dodge, put Paul Weitz in the director’s chair and charge him with helping his own screenplay. That’s reason enough for us to place this comedy-drama at the top of our sight unseen, must-see list. Tomlin — who excels […]

It’s The New Preview Revue

It’s The New Preview Revue

THE WOLFPACK Synopsis: Everything the Angulo brothers know about the outside world they learned from obsessively watching movies. Shut away from bustling New York City by their overprotective father, they cope with their isolation by diligently re-enacting their favorite films. When one of the brothers escapes, the world as they know it will be transformed. […]

Black and White and Deep All Over

Black and White and Deep All Over

BY SCOTT STIFFLER  |  A satisfying mix of documentary-style interviews, contemporary scenes, childhood flashbacks and music by local artists, this St. Louis-set film is as sharp and compelling as its two-color palette. Writer, producer, editor and director Michael J. Larnell juggles a multitude of obligations with far more success than his onscreen alter egos…or so […]

‘Lampoon’ is a Seriously Good Comedy Lesson

BY SEAN EGAN  |  While not everyone can claim intimate familiarity with the early work of National Lampoon, the highly influential magazine’s distinctive brand of humor and ideology is certainly still felt today. The Lampoon and its alumnus successfully reached their tendrils into almost every medium of entertainment, making the publication ground zero for modern […]

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