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N.Y.U. Medical finds space in Verizon Midtown monolith

[media-credit name="Photos by Lincoln Anderson " align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] N.Y.U. Langone Medical Center has purchased more than 327,000 square feet at 240 E. 38th St., below right. Above, the new facility’s entrance. BY LINCOLN ANDERSON| Showing how it can nimbly find and retrofit large amounts of existing space for its own use, New York University Langone read more here »

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Learning what foods to eat for energy and clarity

BY CHRISTOPHER HASSETT | I am continually tired and “foggy” in the head. I drag through the day and find it difficult to do anything beyond what is absolutely required of me. How does the food I eat affect my energy and my awareness? — Monica, West Village Your question is pointed in exactly the read more here »

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Science Festival to investigate neutrinos, H20, Hedy Lamarr

BY ALBERT AMATEAU | The Ultimate Science Street Fair is coming to Washington Square Park on Sun., June 3, to climax the 2012 four-day World Science Festival bringing 50 events conducted by leading scientists, writers and artists. The free Washington Square event will feature interactive exhibits, experiments and demonstrations from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., read more here »

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Now that’s a stretch

[media-credit name="Photo by Tequila Minsky " align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit]  Earlier this month, Justin Mondshine was moving his sculpture — which he got in South Africa — from his old apartment on Christopher St. to his new place on W. 16th St. When the sculpture was shipped to New York, it was for some reason broken at the read more here »

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They’re hard-boiled in this park — the eggs, that is

 

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Dance parade has a chill ending this year — skating

[media-credit name="Photos by Milo Hess" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] On Saturday, the Sixth Annual Dance Parade sambaed, waltzed and boogied its way down Broadway from 21st St. to Tompkins Square Park, where soundstages were set up for various dance acts after the parade. Huge crowds along the route watched the thousands of hoofers performing various styles from read more here »

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Girls softball camp stresses fundamentals, teamwork

BY BENJAMIN TOCKER  |  One year since launching a set of girls softball programs at Pier 40, attendance for P3’s all-girl softball activities is on the rise again. With six sets of one-week softball camps on the horizon, P3 is providing a crucial outlet for girls to remain involved in organized softball. For many of read more here »

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Wit, daring and two orgies!

Duncan Pflaster’s pair of Planet Connections plays twist and turn BY MARTIN DENTON  |  How lucky mortals are, that they can weep! I have been known to test your love for me By flirting lewd with randy mortal men; With Theseus and Hercules, and more, Those brawny muscled heroes of our time. I hoped to read more here »

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[media-credit name="Photo by Ashley Marinaccio" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Created in partnership with representatives from the United Nations, “Trafficked” tells the story of sex slavery and child exploitation through the eyes of young women across the globe. Part of the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (“Trafficked” plays June 4, 8, 10, 16, 21 & 23). BY TRAV S.D. |  read more here »

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Return of the three-day ‘HOWL!’

[media-credit id=1 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Rolando Vega (Chicken Man), at 2011’s Art Around the Park. Photo by Shell Sheddy 9th Annual Fest builds on legacy of Ginsberg, East Village, LES [media-credit id=1 align="alignleft" width="210"][/media-credit] The Great HOWL! Out Loud Kids Carnival has arcade games and enough art-making experiences to satisfy even the most demanding pint-sized Picassos. read more here »

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