Special Exhibition ProgramsMori to mizuumi no matsuri (The Outsiders)
1958. Japan. Tomu Uchida. 113 min. Introduced by Alex Jacoby In the Film exhibition Tomu Uchida: A Retrospective
- Special Exhibition ProgramsHenry V
1989. Great Britain. Kenneth Branagh. 137 min. In the Film exhibition Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film
- Special Exhibition ProgramsChiyari Fuji (Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji)
1955. Japan. Tomu Uchida. 94 min. Introduced by Johan Nordstrom In the Film exhibition Tomu Uchida: A Retrospective
- Special Exhibition ProgramsKagirinaki zenshin (Unending Advance)
1937. Japan. Tomu Uchida. 74 min. Introduced by Akira Tochigi In the Film exhibition Tomu Uchida: A Retrospective
- Special Exhibition ProgramsRichard III
1995. USA/Great Britain. Richard Loncraine. 103 min. In the Film exhibition Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film
- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trumpmade a joke at his wife's expense at the annual Alfred E. Smith gala in New York.
- Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton made light of the Republican Party's infighting and Donald Trump's income tax return at the annual Alfred E. Smith gala in New York. Photo: AP.
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- Special Exhibition ProgramsForbidden Planet
1956. USA. Fred M. Wilcox. 99 min. In the Film exhibition Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film
- Special Exhibition ProgramsYoto monogatari: Hana no Yoshiwara hyakunin giri (Killing in Yoshiwara)
1960. Japan. Tomu Uchida. 109 min. In the Film exhibition Tomu Uchida: A Retrospective
- Special Exhibition ProgramsThe Tempest
1979. Great Britain. Derek Jarman. 95 min. In the Film exhibition Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film
- Special Exhibition ProgramsThe Love Lottery
1954. USA. Charles Crichton. 88 min. In the Film exhibition Modern Matinees: B Is for Bogart
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- Nintendo released video and specs for its new hybrid gaming console "Switch," which is expected to go on sale in March 2017. Photo: Nintendo
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- Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, in their final debate on Wednesday, offered a vision of what America would look like — if the other were elected. How grim did they get? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
- In their last debate before the presidential election, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed on abortion, Russia, the economy and immigration. Watch the highlights in three minutes. Photo: Reuters
- Donald Trump called Clinton "such a nasty woman" while Hillary Clinton was discussing entitlement reform during the final presidential debate Wednesday. Photo: AP
- Special Exhibition ProgramsDeliver Us from Eva
2003. USA. Gary Hardwick. 105 min. In the Film exhibition Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film
- Special Exhibition ProgramsThe Petrified Forest
1936. USA. Archie L. Mayo. 82 min. In the Film exhibition Modern Matinees: B Is for Bogart
- When asked at the final presidential debate whether he would accept the outcome of the election he has called "rigged," Donald Trump said "I will look at it at the time." Photo: AP
- Live coverage of the third presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
- EnglishEspañolTales at the Manse
Story by Sherry Mazzocchi
Gina Marie Guadagnino reads an excerpt from her story, Whisper in the Shadows.
When a parlor maid meets a handsome soldier on the stairs of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, it turns into a love affair with a dark twist.
Whisper in the Shadows is one of the stories in a new anthology locally published by Riverdale Avenue Books. The collection, The Morris-Jumel Mansion Anthology of Fantasy and Paranormal Fiction, contains fourte
- Comedians and impersonators across the world, like Alexander Sparrow from New Zealand, are capitalizing on the 2016 U.S. presidential election by mocking both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Photo: Katie Boyle
- EnglishEspañolClick for Counsel
Help at the stroke a key.
A new website, sponsored by the New York State Bar Association and the American Bar Association, will allow New Yorkers who cannot afford a lawyer to post legal questions online and have them answered by lawyers at no cost.
“Free Legal Answers is an online version of a walk-in clinic, where low-income people with simple legal questions can get answers from volunteer attorneys,” explained State Bar Association President
- EnglishEspañolKeeping Watch on the Worst
This is one New York City top ten list you don’t want to be on.
Public Advocate Letitia James released her annual Worst Landlords Watchlist, a database of the 100 landlords who have compiled the most building violations.
The 2016 list also includes the 20 worst buildings in each borough.
James revealed her list at a Foley Square rally for tenant rights on October 13.
“Every New Yorker deserves a safe and decent place to l
- EnglishEspañolThree Decades Later, $3.4 Trillion Lost?
By Andrea Sears | New York News Connection
Thirty years of mass incarceration and criminalization wasted trillions of dollars that could have been used to improve lives, according to a new report.
The report, The $3.4 Trillion Dollar Mistake, said from 1982 to 2012, spending on criminal justice nationally increased by almost 230 percent. It can be found at http://bit.ly/2ehfikU.
According to Adilka Pimentel, a youth organizer with Ma
- EnglishEspañol“A good thing to do”
Bill provides new protections for food service workers
Dozens of food service workers joined Councilmember Ydanis Rodríguez on the steps of City Hall on Thurs., Oct. 13th to celebrate the City Council’s passage of the Food Service Workers Retention Act.
Advocates celebrated the bill’s passage at City Hall.
Known as Intro 1011, the bill mandates a 90-day retention period for food service workers when an owner or opera
- EnglishEspañolA dreamer digs deep
Story and photos by Gregg McQueen
“People told me it was only a dream,” said archaeologist Kathleen Martínez.
Kathleen Martínez is fond of missions.
She achieved career highs as a criminal attorney with a successful practice in the Dominican Republic, and earned a master’s degree in finance – while raising two young children.
But she wanted more.
Over a decade ago, she chose to pursue a different aspiration – b
- EnglishEspañolPrinces at the Palace
Story by Sherry Mazzocchi and Debralee Santos
Photos by E. Abreu Visuals
Lin is leaving.
Miranda Mania was in high gear at the United Palace this past Mon., Oct. 17th. The celebrated star of Hamilton walked the red carpet before the premiere of the new PBS about the making of this century’s biggest Broadway hit.
The screening included a talkback panel.
It was a precisely timed event, as soon he, his family and even their dog Tobillo, will all lea
- EnglishEspañolTicked off on Thayer
Story and photos by Gregg McQueenHe’s a “bad apple.”
The landlord of 78-86 Thayer Street in Inwood is driving his rent regulated tenants out of the property and has kept over 30 apartments vacant, according to residents and elected officials.
Advocates gathered on Thayer Street.
City Councilmember Ydanis Rodríguez and State Senator Adriano Espaillat joined Democratic nominee for State Assembly Carmen De La Rosa, building residen
- An Iraqi woman embraces her relative after reaching safety near the village of Bashmana, as the fighting in Mosul continues. Photo: Erin Trieb for The Wall Street Journal
- Megabots is hoping to create a billion dollar sports entertainment company that pits multi-ton giant robots against each other in head-to-head combat. Photo/Video: Jake Nicol/The Wall Street Journal
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