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New York College of Health Professions and The Open Center, a Match Made in Chakra

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New collaboration offers courses in holistic care for nurses By Sean Creamer The New York College of Health Professions, which is chartered by the New York State Board of Regents, has been offering education in the fields of Western, holistic and integrative medicine for 30 years. After great success in their Long Island location in [&hellip
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Dangerous Delancey

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A recent tragedy proves once again the deadliness of the LES’ main thoroughfare By Lillian Rizzo and Marissa Maier, with additional reporting by Andrew Rice A few months ago, a NYPD officer stood in the middle of the intersection of Delancey and Essex streets, out of breath and sweating. Occasionally, a driver would roll down [&hellip
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Is 6 the Charm for WTC Arts Center?

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By josh rogers The idea of a cultural building at the World Trade Center has at times been likened to a forgotten orphan, but the idea inched further away from fantasy and closer to reality last week when it unofficially got something its WTC brothers and sisters have always had: an address
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Lights On…In Lower Manhattan

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In a new recurring feature, we have partnered with the Downtown Alliance to present Kelly Rush’s “Lights On . . . In Lower Manhattan” blog in print. Rush keeps her finger on the pulse of the business scene at the southern tip of Manhattan—you can follow her at www.DowntownNY.com. Now that it’s January and we’ve [&hellip
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Walker’s Takes a Walk in Italian

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By Penny Gray The owners of Walker’s, Tribeca’s favorite neighborhood eatery at the corner of North Moore and Varick streets, are rolling out an Italian alternative to their American fare next door at the new pizzeria Girello (“Walker” in Italian, posing a potential confusion for the multilingual)
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Seasonal Offerings

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From steampunk Scrooge to a Christmas-themed Exorcist spoof By Mark Peikert Even with the addition of 3-D technology, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular can only hold your attention for so many holiday seasons. Likewise The Nutcracker and its derivations. This year, break out of your Christmas routine with one of these shows, ranging from new [&hellip
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