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Editorial
End the L.M.D.C.
On Friday, David Emil announced he would no longer be able to serve as the president of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. He will, however, remain with the corporation, in a part-time role, with the sole responsibility of seeing the demolition of 130 Liberty St., the former Deutsche Bank building, through to completion.

Scoopy's Notebook

Letters to the Editor

Evan Forsch

Police Blotter

Scene


TALKING POINT

Threading the suture: Life and death in the Village
By Arthur Z. Schwartz
I care about St. Vincent’s. Not because I am running for office. Or because I need a new cause to prove that I have mojo.

PAPARAZZO DIARY

Crème de la crème at Kiehl’s party for Koons kids effort



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“You’re staying where you are!” Borough President Scott Stringer told the LaGuardia statue Sunday. From left were Congressmember Jerrold Nadler, state Senator Tom Duane, Stringer, CAAN’s Terri Cude and C.B. 2 Chairperson Jo Hamilton.

Pols and park lovers make a stand on the ‘super’ strips
By Lincoln Anderson
Braving freezing weather last Sunday, nearly 150 superblocks residents and activists — backed up by a unified front of the area’s politicians — gathered around the Fiorello LaGuardia statue on LaGuardia Place to tell New York University one thing: to keep its hands off the treasured parkland strips on the edges of the university’s two South Village superblocks.

Keeping the grassroots green

Columbian dealers were supplied out of Village View
By Albert Amateau
A resident of the Village View co-op, on E. Sixth St. between First Ave. and Avenue A, was identified as one of three people charged with being the suppliers to the five Columbia University students who were arrested Tuesday for dealing cocaine, LSD, marijuana, ecstasy and other drugs out of fraternity houses and dormitories on the Columbia campus.

The ‘Pontiff of Soho’ and his Christmas-trees cult
By Aline Reynolds
On Sunday two weekends ago, tree vendor Scott Lechner was busy juggling two or three delivery calls at a time in his cluttered, smoke-filled R.V. parked on Sixth Ave. near Spring St. at Soho Square.

Top cops collar awards from Chamber of Commerce
By Albert Amateau
The Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday honored eight police officers in four precincts covering Greenwich Village, the East Village, Chelsea and the Flatiron District with its 2010 Cops of the Year Awards.

 



Pope brings Old St. Pat’s under basilica umbrella
By Dan Miller
On Sunday, Archbishop Timothy Dolan was joined by Edward Cardinal Egan, a cavalcade of priests and more than 1,000 worshippers.

Auction is bidder end for historic Village hospital
By Lincoln Anderson
From bedpans to X-ray machines — everything must go!

Curry worries as a project may drive off cabbies
By Lilly O’Donnell
Punjabi Grocery & Deli, a hole-in-the-wall place down a flight of stairs on E. First St., has been serving simple, hearty, vegetarian Indian food at no more than $3 a bowl for 19 years.

‘Total victory’ on dangerous L.E.S. sidewalks is finally declared


To Thrive Readers

Back On The Trail
BY JANEL BLADOW

After knee replacement, I wondered, would I ever ski again?

A Go-to Chef Shares His Success
By Rowann Gilman
Chef Bernard Ros’s secret to a long, happy life is in his kitchen.

Move It!
BY JANEL BLADOW
Live longer, stronger and happier.



ARTS

Baby, it’s Hot Inside
BY TRAV S.D.
Downtown theater brims with ideas brought to boiling point.

Stoppard’s spy thriller: Who’s got the briefcase?
BY JERRY TALLMER
‘Staggeringly brainy play’ stirs together physics, espionage, love

Koch on Film
By Ed Koch
“Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer” (+)...“Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench” (-)...“The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” (+)

In November, galleries offer darkness & enchantment
BY STEPHANIE BUHMANN
Matisse, Madonna, Mutu vie for your attention.


What’s Been Happening to Baby Jane?
BY JERRY TALLMER
Dexter sings with ‘terrifying lion-like power’


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Ms. Jones becomes an assertive ‘Mrs.’
BY JERRY TALLMER
Tony winner crafts a ‘full, courageous, thinking, complex human being.’


A slice of the future


Nine railroaded men (not boys) hit Broadway
BY JERRY TALLMER
John Kander on the making of ‘Scottsboro.’


Give thanks for November Downtown theater
BY TRAV S.D.
Castratos, cabins, electric sheep & Christmas among the meaty offerings.


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