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Restoring our E.R.
Last week, our editorial staff met with Michael Dowling, president and C.E.O. of North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, and Bill Rudin, president of Rudin Management Company, to hear about the unique Center for Comprehensive Care that North Shore-L.I.J. is planning at the O’Toole Building of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital.  

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North Shore-L.I.J. pitches plan for free-standing E.R.
By Albert Amateau and Lincoln Anderson
Executives of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System and the developer Bill Rudin came to this newspaper’s office last week to set the record straight about the new Comprehensive Care Center and free-standing round-the-clock emergency department proposed for the O’Toole Building.

Gay man in day-glo clothes beaten in Village bias attack
By Albert Amateau
Two suspects beat a 28-year-old man on the northeast corner of Sixth Ave. and W. Third St. around 4:30 a.m. Sun., March 27, in a suspected gay-bashing that left the victim with two black eyes and four stitches to close the lacerations around his left eye.

Billy gets subway signs back
By Albert Amateau
“We beat the man,” said Billy Leroy on Wednesday, celebrating with his lawyer, Lea Spiess, the return of 74 of the 109 old subway signs that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority seized a year ago in a raid on Billy’s Antiques and Props on East Houston St. by the Bowery.


 


Pop-up cafes get hammered down by unwilling board
By Lincoln Anderson
Five out of six applications for sidewalk pop-up cafes in Community Board 2 got shot down at last week’s full-board meeting.

Chin and BID feel the heat at Soho forum on proposal
By Aline Reynolds
Soho residents and property owners packed the basement of St. Anthony’s Church Tuesday night to rail against the proposed business improvement district planned through the heart of their neighborhood on Broadway.

Italian pride fills Mulberry after feast tensions

Century later, tragic fire is still galvanizing for unions
By Aline Reynolds
Family members, trade unionists, local residents and students gathered at Washington Place in Greenwich Village last Friday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire, which in a matter of minutes killed 146 garment workers, most of them young immigrant women.

To get board O.K., Ludlow project must hire locally
By Lesley Sussman
An uncompleted luxury high-rise hotel at 180 Ludlow St. that has stood in limbo for four years, may continue to remain a hulking shell of a building and a neighborhood eyesore for months to com.



ARTS

Essential and recommended: Gallery exhibits

Take Trav S.D.’s April double dog dare
BY TRAV S.D.
The cruelest mouth groans under the weight of its own fabulosity

For four in their twenties, it’s all in the timing
BY JERRY TALLMER
Playwright Panettieri on Obama and other bitter pills

The playwright’s the thing
BY SCOTT STIFFLER
When a non-Asian’s vision of Vietnam is all rice patties and duplicitous schemers and sad stories told by sexy but chaste whorehouse workers, it’s clearly racist.

Just Do Art!

 


A century later, factory fire not forgotten
COMPILED BY SCOTT STIFFLER
Citywide events pay tribute to Triangle’s legacy

Galleries offer reasons to come in from cold
BY STEPHANIE BUHMANN
Cuban cars, post-apartheid identity & film are hot prospects.

Once we were young, radical, beautiful and in love
BY JERRY TALLMER
Hay’s play contemplates marriage amidst political differences.

Dead loved ones and lost kin at the dinner table
BY SCOTT STIFFLER
“Tropical Malady” director takes you on another dreamy trip..

The heart’s most fundamental expression
BY STEPHEN WOLF
The new poetry of the city, in wordshops and Slams.

He’s my son — times 21!
NAATCO’s newest slice of future life is no mere clone


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