VIEW OUR
PRINT EDITION


Editorial

Fight of San Gennaro
Tempers have been flaring in Little Italy and Nolita over the long-running Feast of San Gennaro. This 85-year-old street festival — one of the country’s most well known — currently stretches along Mulberry St. between Canal and Houston Sts.

Scoopy's Notebook

Letters to the Editor

Police Blotter

Evan Forsch


Clayton's Page

The revolution will be televised

Interview

An author comes clean about her mother’s hoarding
By Wickham Boyle
Jessie Sholl is a hyper-clean, nearly elfin, 41-year-old woman who for nearly a decade has lived in the West Village between great bookstores: Three Lives and Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks.

In Pictures

Chuck’s report wasn’t biting

Pigeon as friend, and lunch

Let it snow, let it snow, let it…enough already!

History

New York City and Curaçao: The Dutch connection
By Terese Loeb Kreuzer
Cunard’s new ship, “Queen Elizabeth,” left New York City on Jan. 13.

 



d

border=0



Serving West and East Village, Chelsea, SoHo, Hudson Square, NoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown and the Lower East Side




Cooper Sq. at ‘tipping point’ as 1825 building faces demo
By Albert Amateau
Preservation advocates gathered in front of 35 Cooper Square on Friday afternoon demanding that the Landmarks Preservation Commission protect the early-19th-century, Federal-style building by giving it landmark designation.

U.F.T. prez, C.B. 1: New projects must factor in students
By Aline Reynolds
United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew is just as fed up with the city’s Department of Education as some Downtown education activists are.

‘Blackout’ response to girl’s letter

Children’s Aid parents might try to buy building
By Albert Amateau
Community Board 2 has unanimously called on the Children’s Aid Society to condition the sale of its Greenwich Village buildings so that any new owner would preserve the society’s early-childhood and community programs on Sullivan St. at least until June 2012.

N.Y.U.’s applicants most ever
By Albert Amateau
New York University has received a record number of 42,242 applications for the 2015 class, exceeding last year’s freshman applications by 11 percent.

‘Vote for Lyn’; Help club win $50K
The Lower Eastside Girls Club is in the running for a $50,000 award if it wins the DVF Foundation’s “People’s Voice” online vote, which started Monday.

 



‘It’ll never happen again,’ bar owner tells protesters
By Jefferson Siegel
Members of a group accusing the Continental bar of a racist door policy gathered outside the Third Ave. watering hole again last Saturday night.

Edgar Tafel, 98; Worked with Wright
By Albert Amateau
Edgar Tafel, who apprenticed with Frank Lloyd Wright and designed St. John’s in the Village Episcopal Church and First Presbyterian Church Community House, died Jan. 18 in his Greenwich Village home at age 98.

Accused gay basher says, ‘I’m bi’
BY DUNCAN OSBORNE
A 45-year-old man charged with attempted robbery and third-degree assault as a hate crime in 2010 incidents in two West Village gay bars said that while he was admittedly involved in a bar fight, he never used antigay or racial slurs.

City settles in ‘false’ porn busts
BY DUNCAN OSBORNE
New York City has settled lawsuits with four men who sued in federal court after they were arrested for prostitution by vice officers in a Manhattan porn shop and a spa.

C.B. 3 O.K.’s Astor/Cooper plan

Officer comforted dying man

DNA test for a mystery man



ARTS

Henry James and Old New York
BY STEPHEN WOLF
Lowe’s lecture charts cultural current set in motion

A riot of revivals in London
BY ANDY HUMM
Jacobi’s “Lear” tops list — and is New York-bound


Just Do Art!

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



The Villager is published by Community Media LLC. 145 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 229-1890 | Fax: (212) 229-2790 | Advertising: 646-452-2496 | © 2011 Community Media, LLC

Volume 80, Number 36 | February 3 - 9, 2011

1
1 1
1

ADVERTISING SALES POSITIONS


Archive Search


CONTACT ADVERTISING || LEGAL ADVERTISING 


NEW! Our favorite Restaurants