If you grew up watching Big Bird, Elmo and Oscar the Grouch and always wanted to learn “How to get to ‘Sesame Street,’” now is your chance.
With the abundance of movies filmed in the Big Apple, there’s never a lack of star sightings in New York City. Being an extra in a movie is a fun way to spend a day, familiarize yourself with the industry and—if you’re lucky—make some money.
A copper casting of the tip of the Statue of Liberty’s nose is among a collection of items that will be auctioned off next month at Guernsey’s auction house.
By Kimberly Rae Miller Erica Imani Duncan Borough/Neighborhood: Bushwick Profession: Writer/ aspiring actress and author Erica Duncan moved from Miami, FL to Manhattan in February of 2009, and now lives in Bushwick where she spends […]
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