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On The Waterfront: All Shiny and New?

Contribute your two cents -- not to a video slot machine, but to the Department of City Planning.

New Articles: The Harbor School and Claremont Prep Open

Articles on two important school openings south of Canal Street in Manhattan.

Doggone Trailer for Marx Brothers Place Flick Now Online

Pooches mark(s) the spot.

Naked Cowboy Running for President?

Strumming a ride to the White House?

Landmarking in Gotham: Penny Wise, Pound Foolish?

How can New York strike a balance between those things that give it character and those things that promote growth?

Queens Theatre in the Park Ribbon-Cutting Set for Thurs., Sept. 23

A $23 million construction and expansion effort comes to glittering fruition.

Spurned by CB8 and Garodnick, Marx Brothers Place Goes to the...

Given the moronic hostility toward the creation of Marx Brothers Place, canines may be the answer.

CB8 Committee OKs Historic District Extension, Marx Brothers Place

Like skimming across puddles of clear water in a sea of bittersweet molasses.

Endgame for NY Arts Funding Coming Into View

Why does "arts advocate" Norma Munn play the gatekeeper?

Carnegie Hill Historic District Extension Arrives on CB8 Plate

An important part of New York City history may soon take another step forward.

A Call to Present Your Art in Times Square

For "contemporary art projects and art events in the public spaces in and around Times Square."

NYC Theater Artist Faces Stark Choice: Eviction or Landmarking

Will you join me in making sure Ralph Lewis has a home?

New York City’s Landmarks: Is it Really Just a House of...

How could such a smart collection of adults have forgotten such a basic lesson about building?

Bloomberg News Eviscerates NYU’s Expansion Plans

"...a yellow-brick, 26- story dormitory that pierces the Greenwich Village sky like a jaundiced thumb."

Blame It on Rothko

A spat between historic preservationists is spilling into newspapers and blogs.

New Article: New York City Council Mulling Mandate for Employee Sick...

"Even in the health care law that passed Congress," said one opponent, small business is defined as 50 or fewer employees."

No NYU President at Triangle Shirtwaist Memorial?

Honoring the victims of a horrific fire 99 years ago. But not if you're NYU?

NYU President John Sexton: The Rasputin of Greenwich Village

On Sexton's watch, great damage to New York University has been done.

New Article: NYC to Re-Examine Waterfront, First Plan Since 1992

Vision 2020, Gotham's new strategy to revitalize and capitalize on its waterfront, builds on an 18-year-old plan.
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