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Goodnight, Irene
New York City was on high alert last weekend with all the buildup, preparations and anxiety over Hurricane Irene. In the end, however, Irene luckily dissipated to a tropical storm, and the city dodged a proverbial bullet.

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After surviving storm, tiles to be site of 9/11 gathering
By Lincoln Anderson
They call it the “Heart and Soul of the Village,” and it’s been that way ever since the tragedy of 9/11. And almost anyone that you ask wants to make sure it stays there forever.

Most in Battery Park City headed for safer ground

Gouverneur is getting bigger


‘We’ll find a way,’ Trust chief Wils says on Pier 40
By Albert Amateau
The Hudson River Park Trust Advisory Council last week took on the issue of Pier 40, at West Houston St., the largest pier in Hudson River Park and in dire need of repairs.

It’s last call for gourmet beer guru; Rent was too damn high

A bridge plan gone too far? Bikers have an idea of their own
By Lincoln Anderson
The cyclist came flying down the Manhattan-side ramp of the Williamsburg Bridge. A young woman, wearing a halter top and shorts, she zipped through a crosswalk area, then smoothly and assuredly coasted down a median in the middle of Delancey St., gradually decelerating as she went.


Arts

Downtown theaters revisit 9/11 works
BY TRAV S.D.
Flea, 3LD, HERE, Access all still here.

From the ruins, damaged beauty
BY ALINE REYNOLDS
Exploring catastrophe, before and after 9/11.

The Art of Remembrance
9/11 observed through dance, music, theater, art

9/11 examined, through art



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