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More Local Theaters Are Releasing The Interview

Currently, the Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers and Williamsburg Cinemas in, well, Williamsburg both offer Christmas Day screenings of the film, which Sony previously shelved post-hacker attack. Cinema Village in Greenwich Village has also decided to show The Interview, as has Kew Gardens Cinema in Queens, and the Film Society says they'll start screening it tomorrow: [ more › ]

Skye Steele, The TVD First Date

“When I was 19 I was a student at the New School and I was living and working at the Marlton Hotel, an old Greenwich Village SRO on 8th Street that was infamous for (among other things) having been the place where Valerie Solanas lived when she shot Warhol. The Village had already changed a […] The post Skye Steele, The TVD First Date appeared first on The Vinyl District.

At New York’s LGBT Center, a Renovation Pushes Art to the Fore

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On Tuesday the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Center (LGBT Center) in New York's Greenwich Village offered a sneak peek at its nearly complete $9.2 million renovation, which, among other things, aims to showcase the exceptional art sprinkled throughout the building.

Lawmen get Purple Hearts after NYC child molester shootout

The deputy U.S. Marshals and NYPD detective wounded in a shootout in Greenwich Village with a fugitive child molester were honored Tuesday.

The Weathermen Townhouse Explosion in New York, New York

West 11th is one of Greenwich Village's most idyllic streets. Nestled in between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, Charles Merrill, co-founder of Merrill Lynch was so taken with it, he bought a Greek revival townhouse at Number 18. Walking down the street today is a journey characterized by the prosperity and uniformity of the Village. Show More Summary

British Stonewall Drama to Make NYC Debut

Set in New York's simmering Greenwich Village, A Hard Rain looks back at the dawn of the modern gay rights movement. read more

Photos: Visiting Caffe Reggio, A Timeless Classic In A Changing Greenwich Village

  Bleecker Street, MacDougal Street, and Greenwich Village as a whole certainly isn't what it used to be, back when bohemians ruled the roosts and Dylan was strumming his guitar at Cafe Wha?. These days, in place of the Village Gate you'll find a CVS, and over where The Bleecker Street Cinema was? A Duane Reade. Show More Summary

PHOTOS: LGBT Identities, 'Village Voices'

Based on interviews with Greenwich Village characters, a new play honors the lives and losses of New York's LGBT community. read more

Eataly's Rossopomodoro Brings Perfectly Puffed Pizza To The West Village

  Eataly has expanded its reach downtown with the opening of Rossopomodoro, an extension of their in-house pizza counter. The Greenwich Avenue restaurant officially opens on Thursday, with a menu of homemade pastas, pizzas and other Italian specialties, plus a small retail section echoing the mothership on 23rd Street. Show More Summary

Greenwich Village Senior Center Threatened By Pastor Trying To Cash In With Film Shoots

The same film crews that once threatened the existence of a Greenwich Village senior center may end up saving it. [ more › ]

Bark Hot Dogs Opening Greenwich Village Outpost

If you thought the Great Hot Dog Bubble of the early aughts had blown its casings, you clearly haven't been to Crif Dogs at midnight on a Saturday. And soon there'll be another place to satisfy tubed meat cravings when Park Slope's Bark Hot Dogs opens an outpost on Bleecker Street in the Village, according to Grub Street. [ more › ]

Bark Hot Dogs Opening Second Location on Bleecker Street

Bark Hot Dog's green-chile cheeseburger. No one can ever take the place of the recently shuttered Greenwich Village Gray’s Papaya. But you can find solace in the fact that the folks at Park Slope’s excellent ecofriendly hot-dog shop are bringing their lard-butter-basted frankfurters to Bleecker Street. Show More Summary

Sarah Jessica Parker And Matthew Broderick Drop The Price On Their Greenwich Village Brownstone To $22 Million

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have cut $2.05 million off the price of their Greenwich Village brownstone, according to Zillow. The historic house was originally put on the market in 2012 for $25 million, but they later de-listed it, and put it back up for sale in September 2014 for $22 million. Show More Summary

PriceChopper: Real estate power couple Sarah Jessica...

Real estate power couple Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have just slashed $2M from the asking price of their five-bedroom townhouse in Greenwich Village. Now twice reduced, the new $19.95M price tag is fast approaching the $19M the couple...

C. O. Bigelow Apothecary in New York, New York

Tucked away in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, a small establishment prepares and dispenses their own range of cure-alls and remedies just as they have everyday since 1838. C. O. Bigelow Apothecary is America's oldest operating apothecary. Show More Summary

Be Leonardo DiCaprio's Neighbor for $40 Million — Design News

Want famous neighbors? A Greenwich Village triplex is available from Delos, the wellness-focused developers with investors and residents like Leonardo DiCaprio and Deepak Chopra. The $40 million pad has a list of health-boosting amenities, including "heat reflexology floors" and a "circadian lighting system." READ MORE »

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: That time Bob Dylan wanted to make a slapstick comedy TV show

In his long career, Bob Dylan has gone through many phases—there’s the acoustic Greenwich Village folk scene, then he famously went electric at Newport before becoming a born-again Christian, a plagiarizer of a book about the Lewinsky affair, and of course, biding a stint as a Victoria’s Secret spokesperson. Show More Summary

What’s In A Title?

F. Scott Fitzgerald almost went with Trimalchio in West Egg; Edward Albee got Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? from bathroom graffiti in a Greenwich village bar. In a piece for The Millions, Chloe Benjamin talks to five authors about how they came to name their novels. Among them is Matthew Thomas, who found the title […]

FASTRACK Returns To The Lower East Side

Lower East Side residents should take note that FASTRACK will be returning next week on the. Here are the details: On Monday, November 10, MTA New York City Transit’s FASTRACK program returns to the F line between Greenwich Village in Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn. For four consecutive weeknights from Monday, November 10, to early […]

Chef Alex Raij’s Excellent-Looking New Salad Supports a Good Cause

It's a beauty. FeelFood, a health-minded café in Greenwich Village, is continuing its monthly program to benefit Edible Schoolyard NYC. In October, the restaurant offered a sardine sandwich made by Estela's Ignacio Mattos, and now, El...Show More Summary

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