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Today In History

1607 – 100 English settlers disembark in Jamestown, the first English colony in America 1626 – Peter Minuit buys Manhattan 1689 – The English Parliament passes the Act of Toleration protecting Protestants. Roman Catholics are intentionally excluded. 1798 – The Irish Rebellion of 1798 led by the United Irishmen against British rule begins. 1813 – […]

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On April 30th, over 800 people celebrated Dutch Kings Day (Koningsdag) in Battery Park City, the celebration of the Dutch King’s Wilem-Alexander of the Netherlands birthday. This Dutch tradition, celebrates with open markets, music and food festivals filled with traditional Dutch games and foods. This years event was organized by T Klokhuis, the Dutch language […]

Letters to the Editor

Dear editor, A barge arrived in South Cove a week ago. Do you have any idea why it is there and what they are doing? More importantly, when will they leave? Evan Dillon —————————————————————————- Nicholas Sbordone, spokesperson for the Battery Park City Authority replies: Keeping 36 acres of parkland the jewel of Battery Park City […]

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From the moment you step through the doors of 3LD (the 3 Legged Dog in lower Manhattan), 3/Fifths is immediately and literally divisive. You face a blind woman who asks you, “Black or white?” and as soon as you make your choice, your options narrow. There is no possibility of experiencing everything that ‘Supremacyland’ has […]

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