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Someone made creative use of an N.Y.P.D. sawhorse on Tribeca’s Cortlandt Alley, although there was no crossing through this wall. The New York Times reported in 2007 the sawhorses would be gradually phased out, but they have not been put out to pasture yet.

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Tribeca’s Jewish Community Project, better known as J.C.P., celebrated Sukkot Sunday with a free block party outside their Duane St. center. The holiday, which celebrates the harvest, also helps commemorate the Jews’ 40 years in the desert when they often lived in makeshift huts or booths known as Sukkahs. J.C.P. set up a Sukkah outside […]

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By KAITLYN MEADE  |Originally published Sept. 19, 2013 |  A city proposal to add bike lanes in Tribeca is back on track after stalling with mediocre support at Community Board 1’s last full board meeting. The proposal would create a continuous route between Tribeca and Greenwich Village by way of Church St., W. Broadway and […]

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BY JOSH ROGERS | Hudson River Park Trust president and C.E.O. Madelyn Wils said the Pier 26 summer concert series will not be back next summer, and apologized to her Tribeca neighbors who had complained about the noise. “We are unhappy that the community is so divided, therefore the series will not return to this […]

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Mechanic steals Maserati A Florida man’s Maserati was stolen from a Tribeca parking garage last weekend when a former mechanic in the neighborhood was apparently able to pick it up and drive away with no questions asked, police reported. The sports car, a 2012 black GranTurismo two-door sedan valued at $130,000, went missing from the […]

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  A man and his kite on Saturday night on Tribeca’s Pier 25.

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ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING IS IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Friday is an Accident Alert Day, kicking off the most dangerous month statistically on the road. With summer construction ramping up and lots of families heading out of town, early August sees four of the year’s ten deadliest driving days. I urge drivers to be especially cautious […]

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BY LINCOLN ANDERSON   |  Despite a commitment early last year by the city to buy 75 Morton St. for use as a new public school, anxiety among local advocates had been steadily rising when after, more than a year later, the building’s ownership still hadn’t been transferred from the state to the city. Worries […]

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By KAITLYN MEADE  |  (UPDATED JULY 31, 2013  |  ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED JULY 24, 2013) Amid the panic and protests over moving Tribeca’s P.S. 150 elementary school to a new building in Chelsea next year, the city Department of Education appeared to be backing away from the proposal, but three months later, parents are discouraged that the plan […]

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ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING IS IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Street closures abound in the Financial District: John St. will close between Broadway and Nassau St. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, Fulton St. will close between Broadway and Nassau St. 8 a.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Monday, and Thames St. will close between Broadway and Trinity […]

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