ART DOWNTOWN

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ONE ART SPACE Diane Detalle is a self-taught artist born in France and working in New York. Her exhibition Horizons Within at One Art Space in Tribeca features a new body of work inspired by the horizons from the south of France. Diane shares thoughts behind her artistic process: “Working on the floor allows me to be […]

A Shore Thing

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The February 16 meeting of the Seaport/Civic Center Committee of Community Board 1 (CB1) considered whether Lower Manhattan deserves a beach of its own. Graeme Birchall, president of the Downtown Boathouse, a local non-profit organization that promotes public access to the water, spoke in support of creating one. He also responded to “Brooklyn Bridge Beach:
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Apseity Facto

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More than 100 residents of the Financial District, along with elected officials and representatives of City government agencies, were on hand for the February 11 kickoff meeting of the FiDi Neighborhood Association. Although Lower Manhattan’s other communities (Tribeca, Battery Park City, and the Seaport/Civic Center District) have long had a strong local identity
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Tribeca Committee Meets Tonight

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Tribeca Committee Meets Tonight Crane Disaster * Bogardus Plaza * Pier 26 AGENDA 1) Crane Accident on Worth Street at 60 Hudson Street – Discussion 2) 52 Walker Street, application for alteration of liquor license for KNH Enterprises LLC d/b/a M1-5 – Resolution 3) Bogardus Plaza – Update by Victoria Weil, President, Friends of Bogardus […]

FedEx Finds Itself on a Slippery Slope in FiDi

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The Federal Express Corporation, which opened a new local shipping center at 20 Pine Street in mid-2015, recently constructed a ramp on the Nassau Street side of the building that is more than 70 feet long and blocks almost half of the narrow sidewalk. Condominium board members and residents of the building are fuming about […]

Death from Above

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In the decade and a half since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Downtown Manhattan community has endured civic calamities large and small: the DeutscheBank fire of 2007, Hurricane Irene in 2011, and Hurricane Sandy in 2012. There have also been more than a few near misses, consisting mostly of construction accidents that […]

CLASSIFIEDS AND PERSONALS

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Classifieds & Personals Swaps and Trades * Respectable Employment * Lost & Found COMPUTER TECH SUPPORT for individuals and small businesses. Solutions for printers, routers, home networks. Experience with WordPress, Mailchimp and Photoshop. One-on-one tutoring. PC and Mac. I am a college student majoring in computer science. James
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Little Kubricks

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Seven students from Manhattan’s Youth’s film program have received the 2015 Peacemaker Champion Award from the PLURAL+ youth video festival, which is operated by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC). PLURAL+ selected 25 videos, out of more than 240 submissions from 59 countries worldwide, to receive the Peacemaker Champion Award. The Manhattan
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Today in History February 4

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211 – Roman Emperor Septimius Severus dies at Eboracum while preparing to lead a campaign against the Caledonians. He is famously said to have given the advice to Caracalla and Geta, his quarrelling sons: “Be harmonious, enrich the soldiers, and scorn all other men” and left the empire in their control. By the end of […]

LETTERS: Many Voices, One Refrain

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To Battery Park City Residents: Renters & Condo Owners, and other Stakeholders: As you may be aware serious concerns have been raised about recent decisions of the Battery Park City Authority Board and how they are adversely effecting our neighborhood. Yesterday’s BroadsheetDAILY article, Many Voices, One Refrain, read in conjunction with the January 19, 2016
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