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1. TKTS: Offers discounted same-day tickets for Broadway shows. The office at Times Square often has a line backed up for ho...  
2. 42nd Street: A famous cross-town street commonly associated with or referring to the theater district. The best-known section, r...  
3. I'm walkin' here!: Dustin Hoffman (as Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy) yells this at a car driver who almost runs him over in a crosswa...  
4. Film Forum: Nonprofit independent theater that shows new art-house movies and runs great repertory series (Woody Allen; Godard;...  
5. View, The: This popular TV show is one of many filmed in New York City before a live studio audience.  
6. Friends: A New York-based sitcom that reflects nothing that is actually New York. All the characters are white and a waitres...  
7. Seinfeld: This popular sitcom was based on many real New York City places, people and things, and has indirectly spawned ever...  
8. Circle Line: A sightseeing cruise that showcases the New York skyline, the Statue of Liberty and other landmarks.  
9. Met, The: Metropolitan Opera House  
10. Pulaski Parade: Short for the Pulaski Day Parade in October, a celebration of the NYC Polish community and culture.  
11. West Side Story: A movie set in Hell's Kitchen that features real tenements that were later demolished to make way for Lincoln Cente...  
12. Martin Scorsese: The famous personality behind many quintessential New York movies, including Taxi Driver and Gangs of New York.  
13. Woody Allen: The prominent New York director is a native of NYC and reportedly can be found playing clarinet in a jazz band in M...  
14. Macy's Firework Display: The city's best Fourth of July fireworks are launched from the East River.  
15. Quad Cinema: A four-theater complex in Greenwich Village that shows foreign and independent films.  
 
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