Burt Reynolds dead: ‘Deliverance,’ ‘Smokey & the Bandit’ actor was 82
Sep10

Burt Reynolds dead: ‘Deliverance,’ ‘Smokey & the Bandit’ actor was 82

Burt Reynolds, whose good looks and charm made him one of Hollywood’s most popular actors as he starred in films such as “Deliverance,” “The Longest Yard” and “Smokey and the Bandit” in the 1970s and ’80s, has died at age 82. Reynolds died on Thursday morning at the Jupiter Medical Center in Florida, his manager, Erik Kritzer, said in an email. “It is with a broken heart that I...

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Michael Irby on riding with the ‘Mayans M.C.’ and ‘Barry’ season 2
Sep04

Michael Irby on riding with the ‘Mayans M.C.’ and ‘Barry’ season 2

The television vet talks entering Kurt Sutter’s world and doing more comedy. “I’ve been looking forward to showing my comedic side for a long time,” says actor Michael Irby, who plays Bolivian mob boss Cristobal Sifuentes in “Barry,” Bill Hader’s HBO series. “I really had no idea what to expect there, but it turned out great, the response has been overwhelming and I’m really excited to go back and knock out season two.” Irby doesn’t...

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Harvest September’s bounty
Sep04

Harvest September’s bounty

Your guide to this month’s must-do events. Beer meets music for one amazing festival Pitchfork brings the music, and beer culture website October brings the brewers at OctFest, two days of concerts by 20 artists and over 250 varieties of beer from around the world coming to Governors Island. Curated food pairings are also on the bill. Sept. 8-9, $75-$140, octfest.co See the hidden city Open House New York offers an exciting chance to...

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One shot as thousands celebrate West Indian Day Parade 2018
Sep04

One shot as thousands celebrate West Indian Day Parade 2018

Thousands of spectators and attendees celebrated at the West Indian Day Parade and J’Ouvert festival on Labor Day in Brooklyn. The annual event, which celebrates Caribbean culture and the emancipation of slaves, took place in the streets of Crown Heights earlier than in prior years. Many attended, taking in the sights and exciting atmosphere of individuals dressed in colorful and bright costumes with headpieces and impressive floats...

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ROAMIN’ HOLIDAY? NO WAY!
Aug30

ROAMIN’ HOLIDAY? NO WAY!

City offers plenty for laborers looking to stay close to home this weekend T he sun has almost set on summer, but there’s still time to have a (beach) ball before autumn arrives. Follow amNewYork’s guide to late-season delights. Take a beach day already You haven’t had a summer unless you’ve splashed around in the ocean or a bay at least once and — tick tock — NYC’s beautiful public beaches shutter Sept. 9. Grab your bathing suit,...

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