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Community Board 3's Transportation, Public Safety. Environment Committee meets. Among the issues to be addressed: requests for stop signs at Delancey and Lewis Streets, request for crosswalk on Clinton between Grand and East Broadway, funding proposals for LES Ecology...

Monday News Links

More than a thousand girls descended on Seward Park High School Sunday in search of the perfect designer prom dress. The dresses were all donated to "Operation Fairy Dust's" 7th annual "Prom Dress Giveaway."  The Daily News has the...

Friday News Links

A report by New York University's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy finds the Lower East Side is among the neighborhoods in New York that experienced the most dramatic increases in housing prices between 1996 and 2006.The...

Monday News Headlines

Community Board 3 tackles SPURA again tonight. The Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, the largest plot of undeveloped land in Manhattan below 96th Street remains a big parking lot after 40 years of squabbling. CB3's Economic Planning & Zoning...

Friday News Links

Tracking a tooth across Manhattan (NYT)New Museum's "Triennial"reviewed (NYT)White Slab Palace already expanding (Eater)Jeffrey's recession dinner: see the video (NYCity News Service)

Morning News Links

At the New Museum, celebrating cutting edge artists, "younger than Jesus." (NYT)Sustainability: NYC Food Project's first meeting (Serious Eats)"A thrashing, bashing rendition of the Beowulf story" at Abrons Arts Center (NYT)Virtuoso fiddler to perform at Tenement Museum's gala (Tenement...

Afternoon News Links

Matzo machinations: What's the problem with Streit's (Jewkey)Silver & Company in search of an MTA bailout solution (Gotham Gazette)More red light cameras on the way for NYC (NYT)Posted by: Ed Litvak

Morning News Notes

Essex Street Market butcher Jeffrey Ruhalter tells The Daily News the recession has hit his customers hard. So along with a few other Market businesses he's providing 115 couples dinner for just $10. The meals will be served at...
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Abrons Arts Center Announces Spring Lineup

Abrons Arts Center has announced its Spring 2022 Season. Offering a variety of multidisciplinary programming, the season leans into...
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