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Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town

Where the Most 65-plus New Yorkers Live Largest total number and largest percentage live in 10021 Which neighborhood has the largest number of oldest residents? Not surprisingly, the answer is the Upper East Side where in 2011, according to New York University’s Furman Research Center, almost 19.8 percent, or just under one-fifth of Upper East Siders [&hellip
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Ronald McDonald House Creates a Safe Haven for Young Cancer Patients

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town

Giving Comfort, a non-profit group, distributes care essentials while children are away from home For young cancer patients, going through treatment is only half of the battle; they also have to continue living their lives — getting an education, making friends and getting the basic necessities. This week, Giving Comfort, a non-profit organization that distributes [&hellip
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Kellner Loses Some Support Over Harassment Claims

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town

NYSRepMicahKellner After sexual harassment claim, Assembly Member Micah Kellner, a city council candidate for the Upper East Side, retains party support while losing some key endorsements Accusations of sexual harassment against Assemblyman Micah Kellner (D-76) have eroded support he once had in his bid for city council. Over the past two weeks, since the New York [&hellip
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Will York Avenue Ever Become One-Way?

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town

New York Presbyterian Medical College of Cornell University What would happen if York Avenue were to become a one-way street? Six years ago, Community Board 8 and the Department of Transportation asked that very same question when they issued a traffic study along York Avenue. The study, done by Sam Schwartz PLLC, was meant to come to a conclusion about mitigating congestion from [&hellip
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West Village Residents Say No to Glass Penthouse

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown

Greenwich Village struggles to hold on to historic aesthetic Local residents are preparing to throw proverbial stones at a looming glass house in the Village. A developer is hoping to replace a one-story building in a historic area with a modern seven-story tower, featuring an entire exterior wall of glass and a two-floor glass penthouse [&hellip
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Post-Bloomberg Arts Funding Remains a Giant Question Mark

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town, News Our Town Downtown, News West Side Spirit

Bloomberg to end $34 million Arts Advancement Initiative this year Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is the 13th richest person in the world. And come this November, when he leaves office, the cash probably won’t be flowing as freely into the greatest city in the world. It’s especially a scramble for the 245 arts organizations throughout [&hellip
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