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Self-styled “Ghostbusters reenactor” Matt Liviski drove this replica Ecto-1 car all the way from Ohio to make an appearance at the Tribeca firehouse at 14 N. Moore St. made famous by the 1984 film as the headquarters of the eponymous team of paranormal exterminators. Actually home to the FDNY’s Ladder 8, the 110-year-old firehouse closed […]

The Brommer family took to the streets of Tribeca for trick-or-treating on Halloween with a Mario Bros. costume theme, featuring 3-year-old Cole in the staring role, dad George as brother Luigi, and mom Rebecca as sidekick Toad. The only family member to go off-theme was sis Katheryn who, being a 5-year-old girl, wore a mandatory […]

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The Hudson River may now be more welcoming to aquatic life,  but this dolphin spotted recently was of the inflatable variety.

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Three years ago, Hurricane Sandy knocked out many Downtown subway stations cutting off Manhattan and the Bronx from Brooklyn, but last Sunday, there were bright flood coverings subway grates on Sixth Ave., near the Canal St. station in preparation for Hurricane Joaquin. The storm, which had a devastating effect in the Bahamas, bypassed New York […]

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BY JOSH ROGERS |  “I feel many different emotions standing here at Ground Zero, where thousands of lives were taken in a senseless act of destruction,” Pope Francis said last Friday during his historic trip to visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. “Here grief is palpable.” He greeted family members of some who were killed […]

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“I feel many different emotions standing here at ground zero, where thousands of lives were taken in a senseless act of destruction,” Pope Francis said last Friday during his historic trip to visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. “Here grief is palpable.” He greeted family members of some who were killed in the Sept. 11 attacks. He […]

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A tourist near the World Trade Center PATH station posed for a photo with a flag-carry visitor to the area last week on Sept. 11.

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The Lilac, the oldest lighthouse tender to be powered by steam, is being restored at Tribeca’s Pier 25 and rarely leaves. But the1933 vessel took a short trip Tuesday to a Staten Island dry dock to film a Ragu commercial.

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Summer Streets on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. had a little bit of everything, but mainly a car-free route from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park at E. 72nd St. At Foley Square in Lower Manhattan, cyclists, joggers, pedestrians, skaters and everyone else in motion could “pause” to take a trip on a […]

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Security is tight at One World Trade Center, but we trust no one is too worried about this shark spotted recently in Tribeca.

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