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Thurs., April 30 – Wed., May 6 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Friday is May Day! The first of May is notorious for protest action, and one workers’ rights group will be gathering in Union Square 5 p.m. They’ll march across 14th St. to Avenue C, then down to 10th St. and towards the […]

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Coyotes are so hot right now, with neighborhood sightings the activity du jour. Lower Manhattan has finally been graced with the animal’s presence: a coyote was seen near North Cove Marina Saturday morning in Battery Park City, police say. The First Precinct was on the case and went to the marina to find her — […]

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Battery Park City-based Asphalt Green volleyball teams continue their winning streak, with the 15 and under girls team winning their division on Sat., Apr. 19. Asphalt Green Wave Volleyball Team went 5 and 0 at the all-day Garden Empire Volleyball Association tournament at Ramapo College in Mahwah, New Jersey. Each team, explained Ben Freeman, associate […]

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It is a sound that hasn’t been heard for some time: the clack clack of typewriters. At the Fulton Center Thursday, beige typewriters were an integral part of an event called “Poetry in Motion: The Poet Is In.” Busy commuters rushed below while people waited patiently in line to have an audience with one of […]

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George Lucas knocks ‘Star Wars’ “Star Wars” creator George Lucas was at B.M.C.C. last week for a Tribeca Film Festival interview with CBS-bound talk show host Stephen Colbert, who claims to be the movie’s first fan since he was able to see a screening before the premiere. Lucas volunteered that he didn’t care that some […]

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BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  | Community Board 1 may have recently lost some veterans, but it has gained seven new members, which include one returning and for the first time a minor. Susan Wu, 17, lives in Battery Park City and is a junior at Stuyvesant High School. “Joining Community Board 1 is the perfect opportunity […]

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A taxi driver went into cardiac arrest and rammed into a city tour bus in Tribeca Sunday before being killed, police say. Harry Laventure, 68 and from Brooklyn, was rushed to New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. The accident happened at around 11 a.m. at Church and Murray Sts. […]

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Child abuser attacks Samaritan, police say On Sat., Apr. 11, a woman cursing and threatening at a young toddler on the A train at 9 a.m. attacked a woman who tried to intervene, police say. The attacker — it is not clear her relationship to the girl — was threatening the child with a bottle […]

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BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC |Billie Andersson has tried everything and everyone — foundations, corporations, and government agencies — to get enough money together to put on “Romeo and Juliet” at Castle Clinton this summer. Andersson, artistic director for the new company and non-profit Shakespeare Downtown, is now trying a crowdfunding site, Indiegogo, to raise the […]

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Thurs., April 16 – Wed., April 22   ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK In the Lincoln Tunnel, the New York-bound south tube will close 11 p.m. Thursday to 5 a.m. Friday. During the same hours, one inbound lane of the Holland Tunnel will close. That’ll spell major slow downs into Lower […]

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