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With five cultural stages and performances all weekend long, the 2014 New York Times Travel Show will take visitors on a whirlwind trip around the globe – all without ever leaving the Javits Center. World-class professional performers will ensure that there’s something for everyone.The exhibition features over 500 exhibitors in 15 destination and category pavilions, showcasing destinations, products and services from over 150 countries around the world.

Admission: $17 per day*
Children 18 and under: free

Jacob K. Javits Center (655 W. 34th St)

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imagesIrish Film New York aims to help Irish films and filmmakers find a market in the United States by fostering partnerships between Irish and US-based film institutes. It brings the very best in contemporary Irish cinema to New York. The annual three day festival will showcase six critically acclaimed contemporary Irish films at NYU’s Cantor Film Center and will host a selection of public filmmaker Q&As, industry panel discussions and filmmaker receptions.

Irish Film New York was created in partnership with the Irish Studies Program at NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House. It is pleased to partner with the San Francisco Irish Film Festival and the Los Angeles Irish Film Festival and it is proudly funded by The Irish Film Board and Tourism Ireland.

Full Information here: http://www.irishfilmnyc.com/

NYU Cantor Film Center (36 East 8th Street)

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