The series involves ex-employees of the closed theater and will take place at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan. The first film is “The Catcher Was a Spy.”
Caissie Levy isn’t just a Broadway actress — she’s also a self-proclaimed interior design nerd.
The theater on the Upper West Side, operated by Daniel and Toby Talbot, has served as a springboard for foreign and independent films for more than 30 years.
The New York City commission has approved the $325 million Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation, designed by Studio Gang.
The Opera Upper West singers performed in an intimate setting, juxtaposing two small-scale works involving telephones.
Peter Glebo, a business executive and artist, photographed fellow inhabitants of his apartment building on Riverside Drive in Manhattan for an exhibit in its gallery space.