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New York in July - the everything else

We did a lot of walking during our 5 days in New York.  A lot.  But that is part of the reason why I enjoy the city so much.   301 more words


A Bit of Old Spain in Greenwich Village

“Many Spanish immigrants disembarked in New York docks during the Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries. The largest Spanish enclave in New York was referred to as Little Spain. 934 more words

Things To See

'Breathe' Trailer: Andy Serkis-Helmed Pic Starring Andrew Garfield & Claire Foy To Open London Film Festival

The 61st BFI London Film Festival has set Andy Serkis’ feature directorial debut Breathe as its opening night gala. Based on the true story of Robin Cavendish, the uplifting period drama stars Andrew Garfield and… 304 more words

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'Megan Leavey' Review: Story Of A Marine And Her Warrior Dog Won't Leave A Dry Eye

Ever since returning from the Cannes Film Festival I have been dutifully trying to catch up to screenings and openings of June releases I missed along the way. 618 more words

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Alexander McQueen Documentary Lands at Bleecker Street

Bleecker Street has bought North American distribution rights to Ian Bonhote’s documentary about the life of late fashion designer Alexander McQueen.

It’s the first documentary for Bleecker Street, founded two years ago by former Focus Features co-CEO Andrew Karpen. 182 more words


Alexander McQueen Pic Fits As Bleecker Street's First Documentary Buy

Bleecker Street has acquired North American distribution rights to Ian Bonhote’s McQueen, a feature-length documentary on the life of fashion designer Alexander McQueen. Production is underway in London and Paris, and Embankment Films has closed a slew of overseas sales on the title. 108 more words

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Hoylman takes aim at ‘high rent blight’

By Sabina Mollot

State Senator Brad Hoylman, whose district includes Stuyvesant Town, Gramercy, Chelsea and Greenwich Village, recently conducted a study that found a high percentage of vacant storefronts in the district, with some retail corridors about 10 percent vacant and on Bleecker Street, a vacancy rate of 18.4 percent. 523 more words

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