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It’s a typical August here in the Seaport… lots of visitors strolling along the piers and waterfront, people enjoying cold beverages and eats at sidewalk spots, jackhammers gnawing away at the cobblestones or new concrete buildings on the rise and rats, rats and more rats. RAT PATROL PART 3… The City seems to be getting […]

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BY JANEL BLADOW  |  Summer’s in full swing. Time to wander to the waterfront and enjoy the breeze, and at night, the bright lights, big sky… Walk this way… Last week saw the long-awaited opening of the lower part of the new park along the East River, between Wall Street and Maiden Lane. The new […]

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BY JANEL BLADOW  |  Despite the financial crisis currently curtailing South Street Seaport events and activities, there are still plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy the ‘hood now that summer is here. Just be careful where you walk at night (and carry a large stick)… Rats attack… Nearly a year ago, Assembly Speaker […]

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BY Janel Bladow | With all the financial and management troubles and construction projects plaguing the South Street Seaport businesses and museum, it’s a wonder the whole area is still afloat. But we neighbors believe in our hood. And know that all this, too, shall pass. Good Cause Gala… It was a starry night of […]

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