TALKING POINT A ticket prompts a tirade on Soho’s truck troubles
By Carl Rosenstein
Re “Playground fascism?” (Scoopy’s Notebook, April 7): Al Amateau’s piece on the summons I received in DeSalvio Playground is in need of elucidation. Unlike Washington Square, Tompkins Square or Sara Delano Roosevelt Park, which have playgrounds separate and apart from the greater parks, DeSalvio has always been a public space used by children of all ages.
‘It’s going to be a landmark,’ Trump boasts of Soho hotel
By Lincoln Anderson
Saying the Trump Soho New York condo-hotel has created 350 permanent jobs and will boost business for Downtown stores and restaurants, Donald Trump led a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Friday, officially opening the towering new building.
Bob Zuckerman’s in BID’ness on the Lower East Side
By Albert Amateau
The Lower East Side Business Improvement District last week announced the appointment of Bob Zuckerman as executive director of the BID, covering roughly between Allen and Ludlow Sts. from East Houston to Grand Sts.