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East Village (Manhattan, New York)

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  • As 'Rent' closes in New York, fans mourn

    As 'Rent' closes in New York, fans mourn
    NEW YORK -- 5,140 performances. After 12 years, "Rent" is closing in New York. And depending on whom you talk to, it's either the end of a colorful era on Broadway, or the End of Days. Jonathan Larson's rock- fueled fable of AIDS-ravaged friends in New...
  • Found Footage Festival is celebration of the very worst

    If watching Alaska women in leotards gyrating in front of snow-capped mountains doesn't sound like your idea of a good time, then you probably won't see the art in the Found Footage Festival, running tonight and Friday at Hollywood's M Bar. But for Joe...
  • Ask Ashley: Eliot Spitzer's "Client 9" Gives Relationship Advice

    Ask Ashley: Eliot Spitzer's "Client 9" Gives Relationship Advice
    The high-priced escort to former Governor Eliot Spitzer must have enjoyed giving relationship advice to Tiger Woods' wife, because she recently decided to make it her job. The NY Post has hired Ashley Dupre to write "Ask Ashley," a weekly column that...
  • Musical Theatre West's regional premiere of Rent

    RENT Starring Jai Rodriguez Rent is one of the most popular musicals in theater history. With a twelve-year run on Broadway, the show is an update of the Puccini's La Boheme, but takes place in late 20th century New York. The gritty subject material...
  • Rocker Pete Wentz's East Village Bar Shut Down, Temporarily

    Rocker Pete Wentz's East Village Bar Shut Down, Temporarily
    NEW YORK ( WPIX) -- After receiving it's third citation, rocker Pete Wentz's East Village bar, Angels & Kings, was temporarily closed Friday after allegedly serving alcohol to minors, People Magazine reports. Authorities shut down the establishment...
  • Residents Wage War On Noisy Bar With Panties

    Residents Wage War On Noisy Bar With Panties
    There are several ways of dealing with noisy neighbors. While many resort to calling the police, others turn to soiled panties for help. Yes, soiled panties. That seems to be the situation in the East Village, where many frustrated residents are...
  • From supporting actor to star, Richard Jenkins steps up in 'The Visitor'

    From supporting actor to star, Richard Jenkins steps up in 'The Visitor'
    THERE is no such thing as a Richard Jenkins movie, though he's been in more than 70 of them. Even in his best-known role -- as the mortuary paterfamilias, Nathaniel Fisher, on the HBO series "Six Feet Under" -- Jenkins was dead, haunting the characters...
  • Story of the scarf still waits to be told

    Story of the scarf still waits to be told
    The Iraqi woman with bone-thin hands and a beauty mark on her right cheek holds secrets in her scarf. It is yellow and stained with blood, and it made the journey with Nour Khal from a dark road in Basra to an airy bedroom in Manhattan. Now it is...
  • "Project Runway": An eyesore?

     
    I was having lunch with a friend yesterday who is sensing a bit of "Project Runway" fatigue. She largely blames Lifetime and thinks there was a drop in quality in the show's producing from the move from Bravo. I personally......
  • Theater review: 'Stoop Stories' at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

     
    Welcome to a block party of one. Sitting on a set of stairs in the middle of a bare stage, Dael Orlandersmith recounts close encounters of the urban kind in “Stoop Stories,” which played last week as part of the......
  • Two Boots pizza kicks up its heels at Power Plant

     
    Two Boots, a New York-based, Cajun-influenced pizzeria, has just put a foot down in Baltimore.The new Power Plant Live! restaurant celebrates its grand opening Tuesday. "We're called Two Boots because Louisiana and Italy are both geographically similar to...