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  • Dog-Friendly Atlanta, West Elm, Atlantic Station

    We love leashing up our best friends for some power shopping at the West Elm at Atlantic Station in Midtown. They host a cocktail hour for two and four-legged patrons benefitting the Atlanta Humane…   See the Image

  • 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

    The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off next Wednesday, which means theaters from Tribeca to Union Square will be screening dozens of feature films, documentaries and shorts. While every major U.S. city…   Read the Blog

  • 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

    Published 04/08/14 in Places
    2014 Tribeca Film Festival

    The 13th annual Tribeca Film Festival will take place April 16-27. Nearly half a million filmgoers attended the festival last year. This year, the festival is screening 89 feature films and 58…   See the Image

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: Famous Nathan

    The festival, now in its 13th year, will take place April 16-27. Here are 10 NYC-centric films that piqued our interest, from a Nathan's hot dog documentary to a crime story adapted from a Laura…   See the Gallery

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: X/Y

    America Ferrera and Melonie Diaz star in this relationship drama about four friends in New York, sorting through the growing pains of friendship, love and city living.   See the Image

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: Third Person

    Paul Haggis wrote and directed Third Person, which explores three relationships in three of the world's most decidedly romantic cities — New York, Paris and Rome. There's the Pulitzer Prize-winning…   See the Image

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: One Year Lease

    Director Brian Bolster documents a year of dealing with Rita, his cat-loving landlady. Told entirely through voice mail messages, this short documentary captures a quintessentially New York City…   See the Image

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: Love is Strange

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina play a gay Manhattan couple that, after 39 years of partnership, is finally able to tie the knot. Their honeymoon period is cut woefully short by an unexpected…   See the Image

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: When the Garden Was Eden

    New York native Michael Rapaport directed this ode to the New York Knicks. Based on the Harvey Araton book of the same name, the documentary covers the team's glory days in the 1970s and features…   See the Image

  • 10 Films at the Tribeca Film Festival: Famous Nathan

    Everyone knows Nathan's Famous hot dogs, but do you know the man responsible for building the Coney Island institution? Lloyd Handwerker, grandson of Nathan Handwerker, traces his family's history in…   See the Image