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The Tucson tragedy
The awful, senseless act of violence that occurred in Tucson, Arizona, last Saturday has forced us to pause and reflect.

Scoopy's Notebook

Letters to the Editor

Scene

Police Blotter

Ira Blutreich


Notebook

Kiss epiphany: Revelation outside the Gay Center

Clayton's Page

A final farewell to FA-Q
From Cleveland, he was active in the 1980’s East Village squatter scene on E. 11th St.



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Task force cries Astor plan will draw ‘drunk hooligans’
By Albert Amateau
Members of the Astor Place Task Force were appalled last week at the city’s proposal to include public, 24-hour seating in the redesign of the busy Astor Place / Cooper Square intersection.


N.Y.U. to start oil-spill cleanup on Bleecker St.
By Albert Amateau
New York University will begin excavation for the cleanup of the Dec. 6, 2009, oil leak at Washington Square Village — with continued monitoring of air quality and groundwater — in the next week or so, university officials told residents and Community Board 2 representatives on Jan. 5.

Five years later, East River Park work almost done
By Aline Reynolds
Amid leftover snow and ice from the recent snowstorms, joggers and dog walkers on a recent weekday made their way up and down the East River Park’s new promenade, which is nearly fully complete.



ARTS

Rooted in past, Metropolitan eyes emerging talent
BY MARTIN DENTON
Harlem Renaissance Fest features seven to watch

You know, for kids!

Knickerbocker’s bio of Moses gets the job done
BY HELAINA N. HOVITZ
Chamber Orchestra counting on your support

Just Do Art!

Cinefile
By Scott Stiffler
IFC and Anthology documentaries shine a light

 


Before Dick did waterboarding: What Houdini knew
BY JERRY TALLMER
Reconstructed Water Torture Cell part of exhibit’s bag of tricks

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


A slice of the future



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