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Victor Papa

Can Any Part of Little Italy Be Saved? Columbia Planning Students Hear One Local Perspective

Victor Papa arrived clutching a cup of coffee from Veselka and came bearing gifts from the Doughnut Plant. The grizzled veteran of the Lower East Side gentrification wars brought something else to an urban planning lecture at Columbia University...

Victor Papa Steps Down From One Non-Profit, Stays on at Another

Victor Papa, president of the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, announced that he's giving up another title, executive director of Immigrant Social Services (ISS).  The Chinatown non-profit, located at 137 Henry St., will now be led by Charles Lai. Mr....

Second Annual Marco Polo Day Returns to the L.E.S.

Our friends at The Two Bridges Neighborhood Council will be hosting the second annual "Marco Polo Day" on Saturday. The occasion is a celebration of the co-existence of two communities, Chinatown & Little Italy, which was inagurated last year...

Neighborhood Organizations Plan Marco Polo Weekend

Victor Papa of the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council is fond of saying that Italians and Chinese in Lower Manhattan have enjoyed more harmonious relations than any ethnic groups in the city. Living side by side in Chinatown and Little...
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