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New York Downtown Hospital was not promoting healthy eating last Thursday, but the hospital did offer a snake the traditional head of lettuce to celebrate the Year of the Snake with a Lunar New Year party Feb. 21.  Councilmember Margaret Chin, Catherine McVay Hughes, chairperson of Community Board 1, Julie Menin, former C.B. 1 chairperson, […]

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The Year of the Snake started off with a bang, as revelers took to the streets to celebrate the Lunar New Year in Chinatown. This year, (4711 in the Chinese lunar calendar) was celebrated with smoke and lights as firecrackers were set off on Sun., Feb. 10, middle. This past weekend, the annual parade shut […]

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The Village boasted a mad Mardis Gras bash last week at Le Poisson Rouge on Bleecker St. This year, the Two Boots Fourth Annual Mardi Gras Ball doubled as a benefit for the Lower East Side Girls Club. Along with some traditional brass band fanfare and festive stilt dancers, colorfully masked revelers were treated to […]

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Roxie, an English bulldog, was one of a handful of visitors who enjoyed the snowy, quiet solitude on Hudson River Park’s Pier 25 Sunday morning.

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From collage creations to Papier Mache skyscrapers, the young artists of P.S. 150 proudly displayed their work at the Tribeca Learning Center’s NYC Museum Show on Tues., Jan. 29. There were even miniature docents to give guided tours of the exhibits! First Grader Hannah Ciniglio (left) stands in front of the first grade’s cityscape. The […]

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Led by Stomp drummer Keith Middleton, N.Y.C. natives and visitors alike partied up a storm to rival Sandy on the Hornblower Hybrid on New Year’s Eve. At midnight, revelers watched fireworks over Liberty Island through the ship’s 14-foot plate glass windows. The Hornblower New York company, which lost over half a million dollars of revenue […]

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The dusting of snow at the close of 2012 mostly melted on the hot sidewalks of Lower Manhattan, however, Hudson River Park’s boardwalk and the wild environs that surround it maintained the dusting a little longer.

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  The Children’s Magical Garden has some new occupants — and those guests are already clucking their approval. The 18 chickens are being kept in a pen at the community garden, at the corner of Stanton and Norfolk Sts., until March, according to C.M.G. Director Kate Temple-West. The fowls are officially under the care of […]

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  As the giant steel section of 1 World Trade Center’s massive spire went through Lower Manhattan on Sun., Dec. 15 to its rightful place at Ground Zero, it seemed to dominate the streets it would soon by surveying from on high. The steel cylinder was one of eight pieces to arrive in New Jersey […]

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Thousands flocked to Chinatown Dec. 1 to the post-Sandy revival street fair organized jointly by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of New York.

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