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Rudin must do more
Community Board 2’s resolution on the Rudin plan to redevelop the former St. Vincent’s Hospital site is hard-hitting and thorough. It’s the first step in the city’s seven-month ULURP review.

Scoopy's Notebook

Letters to the Editor

Police Blotter

Evan Forsch


Talking Point

A politician’s personal reflections on St. Vincent’s
By Deborah J. Glick
I have lived in the Village for close to 40 years. The one constant is that change is inevitable, but it is not always progress.

O.W.S. has many messages:
Ignore them at your own risk

In Pictures

Corgi rolls to victory at Tompkins Halloween parade


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

Photo by Jefferson Siegel

To serve and protect?
A march against police violence on Saturday started out at Union Square.

C.B. 2 gives thumbs down on upzoning for Rudin plan
By Lincoln Anderson
Capping its five-year-long review of the redevelopment of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital site, last Thursday evening Community Board 2 issued a lengthy resolution, recommending that the zoning changes Rudin Management seeks for the project be denied unless the developer adequately addresses numerous points the board has flagged in nine areas of community concern.

Contractor vows to finish park project with own cash
By Lincoln Anderson
Anthony Martucci has been trying to keep quiet. The gag order the Parks Department slapped him with helped — for a while.

‘Super cops’ are honored by 9th Community Council

Grey Dog closes on Carmine, but sniffs out new spot

Musicians are told to keep their distance — from fountain, seats!

E. 7th St. merchant fights to hold onto her hat shop

Occupy Wall St. and Ruffalo whack fracking, pipeline

Images from the occupation

O.W.S. adds voice to march against police violence

Read it and weep, Cooper tells store: Only 1 month relief
By Aidan Gardiner
The Cooper Union said it would not grant its tenant St. Mark’s Bookshop a rent reduction despite the outpouring of community support for the ailing outlet, and instead offered a different deal that would allow the store to pay back one month’s rent over an extended period of time.

VillageCare service for seniors living in ‘Neighborhood NORC’

Garden party, music and food were simply Brillante
By Bob Krasner
The East Village is lucky to have a number of community gardens, and every once in a while it’s a good idea to celebrate that blessing..



At Axis, ‘aggressive surrealism’ immerses, engages, messes with you

Young, costumed, scary…and scared?

Yiddish Theater will outlive us all

Stop it, you’re scaring me
Horrifying Halloween events worth embracing.

New York School: Back in session
At Cheim & Read, Resnick endures.

Spend the night in three haunted houses

Tricks, treats and trauma: Halloween is kids stuff

Bloody good Halloween events

What’s up on the High Line

Lully and Mahler launch the season

Just Do Art!

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Volume 81, Number 21 | October 27 - November 2, 2011

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