Time Runs Out for Landmarked Clock Tower

The clock tower at 346 Broadway, which a State Court of Appeals ruling says can be closed, gutted, and converted into a private home -- despite its legally protected status as an "interior"landmark, which requires public access.

The clock tower at 346 Broadway, which a State Court of Appeals ruling says can be closed, gutted, and converted into a private home — despite its legally protected status as an “interior”landmark, which requires public access. At the March 26 meeting of Community Board 1 (CB1), Lynn Ellsworth, chair of the Tribeca Trust, relayed […]

Today’s Calendar

The Oculus

11AM Walking Tour: Panics and Crashes  Museum of American Finance 90-minute walking tour of the Financial District focusing on the history of financial panics and crashes. Tour meets outside 48 Wall Street (at Bank of New York sign); $15 per person includes admission to the Lunch & Learn with Matthew Fink. 1PM Taste of the […]

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Today in History

Muybridge "Spashing Nude"

Muybridge “Spashing Nude” 1667 – First public art exhibition at the Palais-Royale, Paris 1682 – Robert La Salle claims lower Mississippi (Louisiana) for France 1833 – First tax-supported public library in Peterborough, New Hampshire 1865 – General Robert E. Lee and 26,765 troops, surrender at Appomattox Court House in Virginia to US Lieutenant General Ulysses […]