The Yaffa Tea Room on Harrison Street has put Humphrey Bogart on the wall and Sophia Loren on the menu. It's owner Yafa Faro's roundabout way of honoring film culture and by extension, the Tribeca…
The PGA East, little sibling to the Producers Guild of America, has undergone a remarkable growth spurt in recent years, tripling its ranks to nearly 300 active members.
West of Ninth Avenue, in a small Off Broadway theater, a dozen actors came to understand what ensemble acting truly meant: cramming into two dressing rooms and taking only shared bows, no solo…
Everyone who wants to be a star comes to New York, but when they arrive they learn a valuable lesson the hard way -- real estate in this town is expensive and hard to come by.
Among cablers who have taken up the slack in event miniseries, the Sci Fi Channel is a standout. Cabler averaged 4 million viewers over 10 hours with Steven Spielberg's $40 million "Taken" last…
Back in 1986, Magnum photographer Alex Webb published "Hot Lights, Half-Made Worlds," a book filled with tropical Third World pictures.
Gearing up for its 11th annual kudofest, the ESPY Awards are certainly on the radar of "SportsCenter" viewers. But the question of whether it's breaking through to the casual, non-sports viewer…
Since 1991, James Houghton, 44, has been making playwrights' dreams come true, one at a time. Houghton's Signature Theater Co. has become an indispensable part of the Gotham legit landscape by…
When "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" "sends" correspondents like Stephen Colbert to Kabul or Washington, it really just sticks them in front of a screen in the show's Gotham studios.
Throughout the 1990s, Off Broadway proved itself the true home for innovative American theater. But it wasn't until the last few years that the homes began looking as sharp as the productions they…