A LOOK AT UPCOMING ARTICLES:
Returning to evermore crowded classrooms
More Downtown children will be starting school next week compared to last year. Were not surprised. With the possible exception of 2002, the same thing has happened every year for as long as we can remember. Lower Manhattan remains the fastest growing part of the city and the percentage of families within the Downtown population is also increasing. Thats the good news.
A return to reason five years later at Trade Center
By David Stanke
For four years, we had been too frail to hear or speak unfiltered truths, but the light of reason is finally breaking through. Over the last year, we have seen the agendas forwarded in the name of 9/11 openly challenged and debated.
Letters to the editor
Downtown Express photo by Jefferson Siegel
Pigeons roosting on Alexander Calders sculpture Jerusalem Stabile opposite the Brooklyn Bridge in City Hall Park. Five of Calders pieces in all were installed in the park in late April.
The Penny Post
That old-time music
By Andrei Codrescu
Rolly doughy. In the whole world tremble my Jesus die. Do savor soul. Just look at my Jesus.
L.E.S. Gauchos corral former pro players as coaches
By Judith Stiles
When Jonathan Gonzalez was 4 years old, he picked up a pencil and wrote with his right hand, which indicated he would be a righty in baseball. However, soon after that, he grabbed a bat and a ball and hit lefty over and over again.
Downtown Express photo by Elisabeth Robert
Lynn Tierney, president of the Tribute Center, with a model of part of the center, which is finishing construction.
Center gives full experience of both W.T.C. past and 9/11
Yes way, Jose; Uruguayans honor father of country
Documentary filmmakers are keeping it real at DCTV
|Back to School 2006
Population booming — schools get crowded
Where September means more than back to school
Downtown Arts & Entertainment
Moving on, despite the pull of the past, at 9/11 exhibit
|Handy Andy: Fame was the spur
By Jerry Tallmer
Andy lined Marilyn’s eyelids in baby blue, her lips in vivid tangerine, over and over and over and over again, one MM after another after another after another after another — in serial permutation — for emphasis.
A new gathering of the tribes
By Rachel Breitman
Do you Oyhoo? You do if you plan to attend the third annual New York Jewish Music and Heritage Festival. “Actually, the name means nothing,” admits Knitting Factory founder Michael Dorf, who helms the annual celebration. “This was a play on Yahoo, but with a Jewish twist.” Dorf had used the Oyhoo website for years to publicize Jewish music, but this year, he decided to add it to the festival’s name.
Sophie White paints the town
By Wickham Boyle
Sophie White is just out of college, one that is harder to get into than Harvard and Yale combined: the revered art school, Cooper Union. The chosen few who do get in, get a totally free ride. So you know she must be good.
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