Posts Tagged ‘Lincoln Center’

Movie Man

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The cinematic life of William Wolf By Allen Houston William Wolf is a walking encyclopedia of film theory and history. Whether interviewing Ingmar Bergman, Charlie Chaplin or screening the latest indie flick, Wolf, a famed film critic, president of the Drama Desk and NYU professor, has been documenting the highs and lows of the New [&hellip
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LINCOLN CENTER RESTAURANT

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By Max A. Goldstein The new Italian restaurant at Lincoln Center finally has a name; Lincoln. The Patina Restaurant Group, which will operate Lincoln, decided to forgo an Italian name, and instead will pay homage to its home on the Upper West Side. “It seemed a natural to have the Lincoln Center name associated with [&hellip
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Russellmania

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By Armond White Why isn’t Whore, the 1991 Theresa Russell vehicle directed by Ken Russell, part of “Russellmania,” the long overdue Ken Russell retrospective at Film Society of Lincoln Center? Although Russell’s provocative filmography deserves re-consideration, this series (July 30-Aug. 5) concentrates only on his infamous 1970s films, which does a disservice to the arc [&hellip
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At WNET.ORG, Only Front Row Seats

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WNET.ORG, the public media provider for New York City and the parent company for THIRTEEN and WLIW21, cut the ribbon on a brand new street level broadcast studio in Lincoln Center April 13. Plans for the new state-of-the-art studio were launched just over a year ago, when WNET.ORG CEO Neal Shapiro discovered that the space [&hellip
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LINCOLN CENTER CULTURE SPOT

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NYC & Company, the city’s official marketing and tourism organization, named Lincoln Center for Performing Arts January’s culture spot. Lincoln Center will offer $5 off the adult price for guided tours of the complex throughout the month. Tickets are available at official NYC Information centers and kiosks in Midtown, Harlem, Chinatown and City Hall
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LINCOLN CENTER’S NEW SPACE

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Lincoln Center has a new outpost on Broadway. The David Rubenstein Atrium, located mid-block between 62nd and 63rd Streets, stretches from Broadway to Columbus Avenue, with entrances at both ends. Designers intend it to provide a place to meet before and after performances, and to be a one-stop resource for those planning to attend any [&hellip
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Apple on B’way

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Apple will be opening its fourth Manhattan retail store on Nov. 14 on the Upper West Side. The three-story store, at the corner of Broadway and West 67th Street, is just steps away from Lincoln Center and the Juilliard School. The store will incorporate looks from its Fifth Avenue glass cube design, as well as [&hellip
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LINCOLN CENTER NIXES TREE CEREMONY

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For the second year in a row, Lincoln Center is canceling its annual holiday tree lighting ceremony because of the ongoing construction project at the entrance of the Josie Rose Plaza. “You have to have enough room for the performance to not be obstructed and for it to be safe for people,” said Kate Merlino, [&hellip
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NADLER STIMULATES ART ORGS

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Rep. Jerrold Nadler announced that Upper West Side art institutions and nonprofits will receive more than $500,000 in federal stimulus funds. As donations to these groups dwindled in the sagging economy, the federal money will be intended for job preservation. “It’s always essential to support the arts in our communities,” Nadler said in a statement. [&hellip
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Summer Guide 2009: Music

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Bronx Underground Festival Hip-hop, indie rock, skateboarding, dancing and more will happen this summer as part of the Bronx Underground Festival, a series of events taking place in the fest’s namesake borough and beyond. Check out the June 21 outdoor concert at Orchard Beach or the May 29 dance parties where an ’80s outfit will [&hellip
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