Do any Manhattan-based HE readers believe that the High Line Festival, a “ten-day mash-up of music, film, comedy, visual art and performance” that will unfold on the lower west side from May 9th through the 19th, is stealing some of the heat from the Tribeca Film Festival, which is happening now through May 6th? One’s a movie festival, the other’s mainly about music. Robert DeNiro is the big Tribeca honcho, and David Bowie is “curating” the High Line. If I were working Tribeca day and night for twelve days I’d probably feel a little festival-ed out by the time the High Line came along. And they’re probably after some of the same corporate sponsors.