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3D economy and the transcendence of the state

3D economy and the transcendence of the state

BY GREG BEATO  |  Last May, Cody Wilson produced an ingeniously brief but nuanced manifesto about individual liberty in the age of the ever-encroaching techno-state — a single shot fired by a plastic pistol fabricated on a leased 3D printer. While Wilson dubbed his gun The…

Letters, Week of April 24, 2014

Letters, Week of April 24, 2014

Just say no to Nublu To The Editor: Re “Nublu is cool” (letter, by Mac McGill, April 10): Let me start off by saying that Mac McGill and I have been good friends for many years. Next, let me point out that I am not…

Letters, Week of April 17, 2014

Letters, Week of April 17, 2014

Way to go! To The Editor: Re “The new-look Villager wins first-place award for Design Excellence” (news article, April 10): At a time when print media is in decline, The Villager is soaring. Congrats! Joseph Hanania Don’t design us out! To The Editor: Re “The…

A Special Villager Supplement

A Special Villager Supplement

Transforming a district for the new economy  BY JASON D. PIZER  |  At Trinity Real Estate, our focus continues to be on Hudson Square, one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in New York. With low vacancy rates and solid demand, the future is bright. The…

Transforming a district into a hub of the new economy

Transforming a district into a hub of the new economy

  BY JASON D. PIZER  |  At Trinity Real Estate, our focus continues to be on Hudson Square, one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in New York. With low vacancy rates and solid demand, the future is bright. The neighborhood’s attractive fundamentals are complemented and…

Family game night, all day long

Family game night, all day long

BY SCOTT STIFFLER  |  Move over, Union Square Zip Line! Take that, Super Bowl Boulevard slide! Pop Up urban adventure is about to get a serious sports and movie-themed upgrade — when the annual Tribeca Family Festival Street Fair and Tribeca/ESPN Sports Day return, to…

Credits roll, questions fly

Credits roll, questions fly

BY SCOTT STIFFLER  |  Blooper reels at the Tribeca Film Festival are few and far between, but there’s still a good reason to stay in your chair and watch the credits roll. Eight films, part of the “Tribeca Talks” series, allow viewers to interact with…

Once a ‘Gigolo,’ now homeless

Once a ‘Gigolo,’ now homeless

Richard Gere was on E. Seventh Street between Avenue A and First Ave. last week shooting a new movie, “Time Out of Mind,” in which he plays a homeless man trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter. Gere’s getup for the role reportedly includes a…