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PHOTOBLOG: This week BTR paid a visit to the Strut Your Mutt festival in Hudson River Park. The festival features a five mile race, treat stations, dog yoga, face painting, photo booths, and a doggie kissing contest. All money raised during the festival and walk goes to saving homeless animals and helping pay for any medical procedures they may require. The festival also featured many lovable pooches that were looking for new homes and could be adopted immediately.
Grand Banks is an oyster bar located on Pier 25 in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood. The oyster bar boasts delicious cocktails, an incredible lobster roll, and digs like you can't believe. As a matter of fact, the bar itself is located on an historic schooner built over 70 years ago.
Roots Week - New York City’s ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC) was first launched in 1985 by founder and director B. George. In its humble beginnings, the ARC existed in George’s 800 square foot third story walkup in Tribeca. It held 47,000 sound recordings at the time, accumulated by George throughout his work as a DJ, producer, and author.
We review the harrowing suicide tale 'Bridgend' and interview 'Game of Thrones' actress Hannah Murray and director Jeppe Ronde!
We review the Michael Fassbender western 'Slow West' and feature an exclusive Tribeca red carpet interview with the director!
This week on the Daily Beat we look at Tribeca Film Institute's Interactive Summit for 2015 and the immersive, new approaches to storytelling.