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  ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Vive la France! Bastille Day Tribeca will turn West Broadway between White and Walker Sts. into petanque courts (kinda like French Bocce) 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday. All Manhattan-bound lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge will close 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday nights, so watch out for extra […]

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BY WICKHAM BOYLE   |  Yes, New Jersey is where actor and icon James Gandolfini was born and the state he made infamous in his long run as Tony Soprano in the eponymous HBO series. But Tribeca was where Gandolfini, Jimmy, to everyone he met, lived and thrived. I first met Jimmy around 2001 when […]

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BY WICKHAM BOYLE |Yes, New Jersey is where actor and icon James Gandolfini was born and the state he made infamous in his long run as Tony Soprano in the eponymous HBO series. But Tribeca was where Gandolfini, Jimmy, to everyone he met, lived and thrived. I first met Jimmy around 2001 when Tribeca was […]

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By KAITLYN MEADE | It may not be typical park equipment, but the piano placed in Tribeca’s Washington Market Park is open for anyone to play, until June 16. Washington Market Park received one of 88 uniquely decorated pianos from the Sing for Hope organization — one for every key on a piano — which […]

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By KAITLYN MEADE  |  A new ballet school opened last week in Battery Park City, focused on making ballet accessible to young children, as parents enroll their kids in dance lessons at younger and younger ages. Children’s Warehouse, a ballet studio for children ages three months to six years, opened its doors at The Club […]

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The Hudson River Park Trust is bringing back its popular summer fitness program with an expanded range of free activities in Lower Manhattan’s outdoor gymnasium. As part of the program, Tribeca’s Pier 25 at North Moore St. will be getting a free, weekly yoga meetup thanks to women’s sportswear brand Lolë. The Pier 25 yoga […]

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BY KAITLYN MEADE   | Independence Plaza North backed away from plans to deny the use of a new gym in the building to its lower rent tenants. When the small gym facility and playroom on the second floor of the Tribeca complex’s building at 40 Harrison St. opened earlier this month, an email went […]

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BY KAITLYN MEADE AND JOSH ROGERS  |  Community Board 1’s Youth and Education Committee is calling for P.S. 150 to move to a larger  school building somewhere in Lower Manhattan rather than go up to Chelsea, as the city proposed last month. While a hypothetical relocation to a larger school raised some eyebrows, the handful […]

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By KAITLYN MEADE  | Independence Plaza North is backing away from plans to deny the use of a new gym in the building to its lower rent tenants. When the small gym facility and playroom on the second floor of the Tribeca complex’s building at 40 Harrison St. opened earlier this month, an email went out […]

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BY KAITLYN MEADE AND JOSH ROGERS  | Community Board 1’s Youth and Education Committee is calling for P.S. 150 to move to a larger  school building somewhere in Lower Manhattan rather than go up to Chelsea, as the city proposed last month. While a hypothetical relocation to a larger school raised some eyebrows, the handful […]

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