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29 August 2014

Films on the Green presents the free outdoor screening of THE FRENCH MINISTER by Bertrand Tavernier on September 4th (7:30PM) at Columbia University.

The French Minister is based on the graphic novel Weapons of Mass Diplomacy by Christophe Blain and Abel Lanzac.

The film is in French with English subtitles and is free and open to all.
No alcohol allowed.

Started in 2008 in the community gardens of lower Manhattan and Harlem, the much-loved FILMS ON THE GREEN summer festival organized by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, FACE Foundation and the New York City Parks & Recreation now shows ten films at six major locations: Central Park, Riverside Park, Tompkins Square Park, Washington Square Park, Columbia University, and Transmitter Park (Brooklyn). Films on the Green @ Columbia is presented in partnership with the Columbia Maison Française.

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In the event of rain, the screening will be held in the Maison Française, East Gallery, Buell Hall.

Free Outdoor French Film: The French Minister @ Columbia University

 

WHEN: 9/4; Th (7:30PM)

WHERE: Columbia University
Low Library Steps
(entrance at 116th street)

 



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22 August 2014

WHAT: Free Outdoor French Film: The French Minister @ Columbia University

WHY: Films on the Green presents the free outdoor screening of THE FRENCH MINISTER by Bertrand Tavernier On September 4th at Columbia University.

The film is in French with English subtitles and is free and open to all.
No alcohol allowed.
In the event of rain, the screening will be held in the Maison Française, East Gallery, Buell Hall.

FILMS ON THE GREEN
Started in 2008 in the community gardens of lower Manhattan and Harlem, this much-loved summer festival organized by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, FACE Foundation and the New York City Parks & Recreation now shows ten films at six major locations: Central Park, Riverside Park, Tompkins Square Park, Washington Square Park, Columbia University, and Transmitter Park (Brooklyn). Films on the Green @ Columbia is presented in partnership with the Columbia Maison Française.

WHEN: 9/4; Th (7:30PM)

WHERE: Columbia University
Low Library Steps
(entrance at 116th street)

Free Outdoor French Film: The French Minister @ Columbia University



Posted by Bindra at 04:18 AM
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20 August 2012

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island took place this year on Saturday August 18, 2012 and Sunday August 19, 2012. It was lots of fun, much more than we expected in fact. It was music, food, cocktails and Jay Gatsbys everywhere you looked, what’s not to like? If you recognize yourself in the picture, send us and email and we’ll send you a copy.

Jay Gatsbys everywhere at The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

The Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island



Posted by Staff Writer at 09:11 AM
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12 April 2012

While some regions of the country are still dealing with nippy temps, California’s annual Coachella music festival is sure to be ripe with dripping sunshine, balmy breezes and fertile fields. So, if eclectic ensembles, such as Girl Talk, Dr. Dre and Snoop, The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine and Bon Iver don’t tempt you, perhaps the sublime weather will draw you in.Coachella: Fashion Survival List

Before you board your plane, though, remember that Coachella is often just as much about the music — and weather — as it is about fashion. Naturally, you’ll want to tote around items that serve a utilitarian purpose (giant hobo bags and oversized sunglasses, anyone?), but also experiment with compliment-worthy accessories and apparel. Basically: be the girl people want to take pictures of. In fact, it should be your mission to land on the e-pages of at least one fashion blog.

Based on trends and weather reports, here’s The Stylish City’s Coachella fashion survival list. May you go forth, luggage in hand, and dazzle the crowds.

  • Funky Sunglasses (the funkier, the better)
  • Feather Accessories (feathers in your hair add a sweet-meets-hippy vibe)
  • Crossbody or Hobo Bags (basically, free your hands but make sure you can carry around all your necessities)
  • Sheer Caftans
  • Printed Maxis
  • Quirky Rompers (try geometric, animal, aquatic or color blocked)
  • Color Blocked Summer Dresses (the summerier your dress is, the better. Bring a leather belt to cinch your waist)
  • Comfy Espadrilles, Wedges or Boat Shoes
  • Wide Brimmed Hats (keeps you cool and protects your face from the sun)
  • Look-at-Me Printed Flats
  • Denim Vests (looks great with almost any tee)
  • Screen-Printed Tanks
  • Colorful Shorts (jean or not)
  • Breezy Skirts
  • Vintage-Inspired Floral Printed Anything

Oh, and don’t you dare forget an SPF, waterproof mascara and reusable water bottle.

By Wendy Rose Gould



Posted by Wendy Rose Gould at 08:17 AM
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