EYES TO THE SKY May 28 – June 9, 2019 The Spring Triangle – an asterism While writing my recent column about bright stars in the south at nightfall, I was reminded of patterns those stars shape in addition to the position each has in an official constellation. Arcturus is the brightest star in […]
Archives for May 30, 2019
‘To Make the Wounded Whole…’ Chin Pushes to Renew Victim Compensation Fund City Council member Margaret Chin: “With more individuals coming forward with related illnesses, we cannot turn our backs on these survivors.” City Council member Margaret Chin is mobilizing local support for an effort at the federal level to restore funding and make permanent […]
Seeking Stability Gateway Tenant Leaders Plan Sunday Rally to Build Support for Affordability The Gateway Plaza Tenants Association (GPTA) is building support and momentum for a renewal and possible expansion of affordability protections at the community’s largest residential complex. This campaign is taking place both publicly, and in private consultations with elected officials and Battery […]
Lower Manhattan’s Local News The Broadsheet Inc. | 212-912-1106 | firstname.lastname@example.org| ebroadsheet.com The bridges are coming, the bridges are coming! Click here to watch the arrival of the two new spans, and the unloading of the first one, for the West Thames pedestrian bridge across West Street. Seeking Stability Gateway Tenant Leaders Plan Sunday Rally […]
The bridges are coming, the bridges are coming! Click here to watch the arrival of the two new spans, and the unloading of the first one, for the West Thames pedestrian bridge across West Street.
Can Prized Community Facility Experience a Re-Berth? Meeting Tonight to Discuss Legislative Amendments to Facilitate Development at Pier 40 The 14-acre former cruise ship terminal situated along the Hudson River waterfront, near West Houston Street, has evolved into a much-prized recreational facility. A panel of elected officials and representatives from the Hudson River […]