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Get a taste of what Alphabet City has to offer every Sunday morning. Local food vendors gather at the East Village hub to show off and sell.
With the Lee Kontiz Quartet, Sheila Jordan, Christian Scott, and Warren Wolf.
Get ready to plug this in your bookmarks, iCals, sticky notes, and religious shrines, because the ultimate guide to free summer concerts in New York City is here! Seriously, scroll down and don't be s... More »
Watch out for the NYDP this Saturday—the New York Dance Police. During the seventh annual Dance Parade, these fun-loving “cops” will hand out tickets to those who aren’t dancing along the parade’s 20-block route. The parade celebrates the history... More »
If you think seeing puppies all bundled up in scarves, tiny jackets, and miniature booties are adorable, get ready for the biggest explosion of cuteness your heart can handle. At the 22nd Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade, a diverse... More »
Just how memorable was Jeff Bridges as the SoCal slacker “The Dude” in the Coen Brothers’ classic The Big Lebowski? So memorable that Two Boots Pizza named a spicy Cajun bacon-cheeseburger pie in honor of his character. On Thursday, shuffle over... More »
Dir. Jacques Demy (1970) Based on a popular 17th-century fable by Charles Perrault, Demy’s third musical with Catherine Deneuve is unquestionably his most perverse: A widowed king (Jean Marais) wishes to marry his daughter (Deneuve, who also... More »
We might forget that parks are supposed to be for play. Striking sculptures, like Jaume Plensa's four-story fiberglass head in Madison Square Park, are nice to look at, but they take up valuable picnic and catch-playing real estate. That's why the Tompkins Square Park Ping-Pong table is so perfect. The table sits near the park's dog run, but its sleek concrete design makes it look like something from Walter Gropius' game room. This is so aesthetically pleasing, it's easy to forget that you... More »
The Dog Run in Tompkins Square Park has something for everyone: itty, bitty baby Chihuahaus who can barely stand on their widdle paws; big, rowdy pit bulls and German shepherds who roughhouse for hours; and lumbering, heavy-breathing bulldogs who just want some lovin'. The Tompkins Square run was the very first dog run opened in New York and so is called "First Run." Entirely community-funded, it's the king of all dog runs, with two areas (for dogs under and over 23 pounds). Because of its... More »
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