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The Arts Mingle In Tribeca

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    Since its inception in 2002 the Tribeca Film Festival has hosted hundreds of films made hundreds film makers from around the world, and one of its longest traditions is the Artists Awards Program. The program, sponsored by Chanel, announced that Peter Dayton, Walton Ford, Stephen Hannock, JR, Kim Keever, Clifford Ross, Nathan Sawaya, Cindy [&hellip
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Battery Park City Heads Out to Sea

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Eat & Drink

Floyd Cardoz brings seafood to a starving neighborhood By Regan Hofmann For a neighborhood with more ferry stops than subway stations, Battery Park City has long lacked a proper seafood restaurant to call its own. To be fair, it’s lacked pretty much any proper restaurants—residents of the planned community have had to make do with [&hellip
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NYFW: Neighbors Cry Foul Over Takeover of Neighborhood Park

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By Megan Bungeroth For designers, buyers, reporters, photographers and clothes-conscious consumers the world over, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week conjures images of the latest and greatest designs paraded around in a swirl of parties and publicity. For residents of the area surrounding Fashion Week’s Lincoln Center home, however, the event conjures headaches, concerns over safety and anger [&hellip
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