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Cycling Scofflaws

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To the Editor: Kudos to Joe Bolanos for his “No Café Permits for Cycling Scofflaws” piece (April 8), in which he applauds the decision of Community Board 7 to disapprove a sidewalk cafe permit to a restaurant with “a record of chronic delivery bicycle infractions.” Mr. Bolanos is on the money when he says that, [&hellip
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Friedman Remembered in Riverside Park

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By Samuel Chamberlain A plaque in memory of longtime Schwab House resident Dr. Bernard Friedman will be dedicated in a May ceremony in nearby Riverside Park. Friedman, who died Jan. 6 at the age of 93, was a popular resident who served on the co-op’s board of directors for 23 years. He was also remembered [&hellip
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Beyond the Chick Flick

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The best director of actresses since Bergman, Rodrigo García turns in a masterpiece By Armond White When a filmmaker does everything right, as in Rodrigo García’s Mother and Child, you may be watching a masterpiece. Like his previous films (Ten Tiny Love Stories, Nine Lives), director-writer García focuses on emotional details, what used to be [&hellip
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East is West

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By Nancy J. Brandwein It’s about time a full-fledged dumpling house moved west—and north—of Chinatown. A few storefronts off Broadway and almost hidden, this new dumpling house packs lots of flavor in its bulging purse-like packets. I have become so used to frying up frozen potstickers from M2M that I had forgotten how good a [&hellip
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The Power of Choice

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New York City residents may not know they can pick their energy provider By Aline Reynolds When New Yorkers think of energy, they generally think Con Edison. But there are actually more energy suppliers to choose from than there are cable, Internet and cell phone providers—combined. The trick is making sense of the promotions that [&hellip
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Happy Mom’s Day

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Pay homage to that nice lady who raised you by ditching an outdated label By Daniel Meltzer Forget about Baby Jane, what ever happened to Mother? Who, under the age of 70, refers to his or her female parent as “mother” any more? Why, then, do we still call it “Mother’s Day” when they are [&hellip
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Send It Snail Mail

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Let kids unplug while they’re at summer camp By Bethany Kandel I just received a postcard from my son at sleepaway camp, and I’ll have to preserve it. After all, it’s going to become a relic of the past, along with hand-written love letters and thank-you notes from the days before fax machines, email and [&hellip
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