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Articles about "Manhattan Culture"

  • icecream3 The Best of Chibeca By Helen Olivo | May 03, 2016

    Everything you need to know about the border between Tribeca and Chinatown—featuring the best of dining, entertainment, culture, and residential buildings.

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  • The Origins of St. Patrick’s Day and Where to Celebrate By Nikko Espina | March 17, 2016

    The St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York is the largest in the world. Celebrate today with some history on the saint himself and an eclectic list of bars to visit tonight.

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  • 365 Canal Street Facade #SotW: The Changing Cultural Currents of Canal Street By Serena Horrigan | October 06, 2015

    Canal Street may be synonymous with knockoff Louis Vuitton, but this vibrant Street of the Week has also seen centuries of New York City's history, from Dutch colonists to Chinese immigrants.

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  • Serendipity: The Happy Chance of Meeting Fanny Allié By Kamini Ramdeen | March 13, 2014

    Have you been to Tompkins Square Park lately? If you have then you’ve seen the life-sized silhouette of an outlined steel man, standing beneath a tree looking up towards the sky. The title of this Art in the Parks program exhibition piece is Serendipity, created by N.Y. based artist Fanny Allié. Recently, Elegran Edge had the chance to talk with Fanny about her artwork exhibited in Tompkins Square Park and learn more about the artist behind Serendipity.  

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  • Clocktower Gallery's Time in Tribeca is Up By Olivia Smedley | December 05, 2013

    After four decades, a beloved space for alternative art is closing its doors. Clocktower Gallery at 108 Leonard St in Tribeca will have to find a new home due to the building being sold to real estate company Peebles Corporation. The landmark’s change of ownership was originally part of another Bloomberg plan, this time to reduce government office space by 1.2 million square feet.

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  • New York's Disappearing Movie Theaters By Peter Black | November 19, 2013

    NYC’s big screens have slowly faded away since the 1940’s, according to this map. There used to be over a hundred movie theaters in Manhattan; there are now less than twenty. And, amazingly, only one of these is located above 85th street.

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  • Banksy's Art Getting New York's Attention By Bryan Gamble | October 09, 2013

    October is upon us and so is the “Better Out Than In” campaign of the world-renowned graffiti artist, Banksy. We’ve previously covered the start of the campaign but it’s taken some interesting turns in the past week so let’s take a look at the exhibit so far. 

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  • The Culture Shed: NYC's Upcoming Modern and Eclectic Artistic Venue By Peter Black | September 26, 2013

    New York City will soon add yet another artistic center to its already lush cultural landscape: the Culture Shed. Although its name is somewhat unambitious, its aspirations certainly are not. At the end of July the city announced that it would provide $50 million for the project.

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  • Gatsby in Midtown Manhattan: 6 Iconic Sites You Can Still See Today By Thomas Faddegon | May 15, 2013

    With Baz Luhrmann’s new film sending sales of the classic novel through the roof, we thought we should take the time to appreciate our proximity to some of the iconic locales in this titan of American literature. Authors of the literary Modernist movement put a great deal of emphasis on the idea of place, and although much of the novel was written in France, Fitzgerald’s classic captures the beauty, splendor, and discord of New York in a way few others have. Much of The Great Gatsby takes place on Long Island, but Manhattan serves as a mecca of decadence to extravagantly wealthy and habitually bored Long Islanders. While the novel is set over 90 years ago in a city known for its constant evolution, there are still plenty of places to see, particularly in Midtown Manhattan.

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  • Manhattan Pooches Now Enjoy Concierge Services By Aby Thomas | September 04, 2012

    Being man’s best friend has certainly worked out well for the pooches of New York City. Although it may be a hassle for most apartment residents to house a canine in their homes, New Yorkers don’t seem to mind and are happy to take the extra mile when it comes to caring for their pet dogs. This would therefore explain the popularity of pet friendly buildings in Manhattan, as residents would expect the five-star treatment not just for themselves, but also for their furry friends. While dog walking services have always been in demand, it turns out there’s a new service in town to make sure our pooches lead a charmed life: dog concierges.

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