40,000 muscular dames hoof it from Times Square to Central Park to raise money to fight cancer in Revlon’s Run/Walk for Women, hosted by lady-lovin’ Tiki Barber. “I prefer atrophy over exercise,” e-mailed Karen Duffy, the actress and former Revlon model who is planning to walk. “I haven’t run since high-school track practice.” Ms. Duffy, who has battled cancer, added: “I was a spokesperson for Almay and Charlie, two of Revlon’s brands. When I was going through chemo and steroid treatments, Revlon kept me on, which is remarkable. I didn’t think I could work as a model when I was bald-headed and inflated from my treatments, but Revlon, and especially Ron Perelman, have been incredible.” (You hush now, Ms. Ellen Barkin!) Ms. Duffy added that in place of training, she opts for a “lycra exoskeleton of underpinnings,” and that “the survivors’ party at the finish line is astounding. All the people who are enduring treatment or have been treated in the past gather under a tent and say a few words about their journey.” (Now we’re feeling bad for feeling bad about our forehead wrinkle). Later, the folks at the Apple Store in Soho, not content to have merely convinced us life isn’t worth living without an iPod, get in on the Tribeca Film Festival action with a Filmmaker Talks series, featuring luminaries such as screenwriter Paul Haggis, who is responsible for Million Dollar Baby and—eek—Crash. Anybody else wonder why the Tribeca Film Festival seems to be taking place everywhere except Tribeca?