Tunnel to Towers Report

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“We had a great time as always as the official FINISH LINE crowd control team. And while soccer moms sometimes give us a hard time staying put until the runners pass, it’s people on bikes who were difficult, especially when we asked them to walk their bikes while crossing Warren Street. In order to make […]

Test Score Rankings for Lower Manhattan Schools

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To the editor: Regarding the fantastic test score rankings of the Lower Manhattan school district: I would love to see a study done showing how many kids needed extracurricular tutoring to ensure these standards could be met. My older child attended PS234 which was fantastic – he exited the school with an excellent grasp of […]

September 11th, 16 Years Ago

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September 11, 2001. Most mornings, I wake up and usually head up to my studio to paint. On the morning of September 11th, I was working on a painting in my studio located on the third floor of the mansion in Columbia, Pennsylvania where I live and work and operate  a bed and breakfast. The […]

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To: Congressman Nadler cc: The Broadsheet Congressman Nadler, I must compliment you on your latest congressional legal initiatives crucial to the safety, well-being of the people proposing among others that Pres.Trump be investigated (prosecuted) for brazen violations of the constitution and civil laws. Our country’s role in supporting and financing the well-being of
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Quality of Life Issue in BPC

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To the editor: What happened to Ms. Galluzzi is both shocking and AVOIDABLE. It was just a matter of time before an accident such as hers happened. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been startled numerous times by Parks vehicles moving far too quickly and far too close to me and other […]

Letters

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To the editor: Matthew Fenton’s article (BroadsheetDAILY July 11) on the Dickey house has meaning in today’s context: The area took only 50 years to go from a millionaire’s haven to slum. Although the process in retrospect seems almost inevitable given the then laissez-faire attitude to construction, it was also quickly moved forward by the […]

Grief and Tragedy in Battery Park City

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Stories in yesterday’s BroadsheetDAILY leave me so laden with grief and anger that words are difficult. First, the person who died in the water. This tragedy is a testimonial to the stupidity of the governing entities in Battery Park City. I know exactly what Denise Rubin describes from my calls to *311*, (fortunately, not 911) […]

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To the editor: On Saturday night (June 24) I watched an unfortunate man drown in the Hudson River, mere inches from the Esplanade and South Cove, as I tried to explain to a 911 operator where the EMTs and NYPD Harbor Patrol would find BATTERY PARK CITY, the Esplanade and South Cove. (I repeatedly told […]

Whose Oceans Are They, Anyway?

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On Sunday, June 4, New York will kick off the World Ocean Festival with two observances: the Ocean March and the Ocean Village, both free and open to all. The Ocean March will be a grand parade of large and small boats from the Hudson to the East River around Lower Manhattan, with an official […]

ART DOWNTOWN

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Fred Gutzeit’s work can be best described as being in line. He shapes his paintings as an elegant expression of movement around the picture plane. The colorful paintings are based on the initials of friends and colleagues, which transcend into a lively story within every frame. In his own words, Gutzeit describes his work as […]