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The buses are coming
The clock is ticking for the involved parties to come up with an acceptable plan for how Lower Manhattan is supposed to accommodate a monumental influx of people and buses, not just for this year’s critical opening of the 9/11 Memorial, but for the next two years.

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Photo by Norman Borden

In foreground, from left, Congressmember Jerrold Nadler, state Senator Tom Duane and Assemblymember Deborah Glick spoke at a press conference at Seventh and Greenwich Aves. last Saturday at the start of the “A Valentine for the Village” retail-support event.



St. Vincent’s and Rudin still hoping for ‘a viable solution’
By Lincoln Anderson
While it’s been firmly established by now that there’s no such concept as “land locking” in New York City zoning regulations, it’s also been established that some people are simply unwilling to accept that fact.

Shoppers give love, and bucks, to help ailing stores’ health

Canal study: Widen the sidewalks

Shape of things to come? Trinity unveils its tower


 



Chelsea school will offer avenue to get a global education
BY SCOTT STIFFLER
A luncheon/launch event on Feb. 1 for a new-concept school drew a capacity crowd in Chelsea, but the focus went far beyond the Lower West Side locale.


Beth Israel opens new Chinatown clinic

Parker Fights Poverty

Squadron is a real ‘Champ’ at helping settlement houses
By John Bayles
Last week, state Senator Daniel Squadron was recognized by United Neighborhood Houses, a nonprofit organization that promotes and advocates for settlement houses and their communities throughout New York City.

Private substance-abuse facility to open in Tribeca
By Aline Reynolds
A new facility for recovering alcoholics and substance abusers will open on West Broadway in August, and the community is giving its support.


ARTS

What would Linda Lavin do — with a night off?
BY SCOTT STIFFLER
Cabaret performance & new CD are labors of love

Birdland’s “Cast Party” heads to Town Hall
BY SCOTT STIFFLER
Host Caruso’s a swingin’ cat, a sly fox and one bad mother.

Hot property in the Baltics lands at La MaMa
BY JERRY TALLMER
State violence collides with secret violence against loved ones.


Certifiably Jonathan
Most people know 80-year-old Jonathan Winters.

Lantern Festival Celebration

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



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