Eleemosynary Area

New York Presbyterian Hospital

Lower Manhattan is becoming a focal point for the healthcare and not-for-profit sectors, according to a new report from the Downtown Alliance. The analysis notes that more than 1,000 organizations in the two sectors are now based in the square mile south of Chambers Street, employing 38,000 workers. This tally has grown 78 percent since […]

Arrivals & Departures

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Maersk container ship outbound for sea Thursday, April 4 Marina Inbound 11:15 am; outbound 6:30 pm; Transatlantic Saturday, April 6 Anthem of the Seas Inbound 5:30 am (Bayonne); outbound 3:00 pm; CocoCay Sunday, April 7 Norwegian Escape Inbound 7:15 am; outbound 3:30 pm; Nassau Many ships pass Lower Manhattan on their way to and from […]

CLASSIFIEDS & PERSONALS Swaps & Trades Respectable Employment

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PART TIME SALES POSITION High commission.  B to B sales We sell donor signage to non-profits,  extremely nice clientele. Our office is located in FIDI.  Call me at 646-729-7142.  Barry Silverberg, Principal  IT AND SECURITY SUPPORT  Experienced IT technician.  Expertise in 1-on-1 tutoring for all ages.Computer upgrading & troubleshooting.  Knowledgeable in all software programs. James Kierstead james.f.kierstead@gmail.com 347-933-1362. […]

Today in History April 4

1887 Argonia, Kansas elects Susanna M. Salter as the first female mayor in the United States pictured here with her husband

1887 Argonia, Kansas elects Susanna M. Salter as the first female mayor in the United States pictured here with her husband 1460 – University of Basle in Swizerland forms 1660 – English king Charles II sends Declaration of Breda (freedom of religion) 1686 – English king James II publishes Declaration of Indulgence 1687 – King […]

Today’s Calendar April 4

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7PM Bernie Williams: Remembering the 2001 World Series 911 Museum and Memorial Former Yankees player Bernie Williams discusses the 2001 World Series, recounts President Bush’s famous first pitch, and reflects on what it meant for the Yankees to become “America’s Team.” FREE  https://www.911memorial.org/public-programs 7PM BPC Running Club Battery Park City Parks Start with warm-up exercises […]

Regression to the Mean

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Community Board 1 (CB1) has unanimously passed a resolution voicing its opposition to the plan, hatched by Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, to levy a toll on vehicles driving in Lower Manhattan. In a departure from precedent observed elsewhere, this scheme contains no exemption or discount for people who reside within the […]