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Update: Downtown Synagogue Forced Out of Home

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Breaking News

DT_synagogue_manpray_aa By Caroline Lewis “We are shocked by [yesterday's] court decision,” said Richard McBee, President of Lower Manhattan’s Sixteenth Street Synagogue. The NYS Supreme Court has upheld the eviction of the synagogue from their home of more than 65 years by building owner Jack Braha. This decision marks a low point for McBee and the synagogue [&hellip
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Tapped In: Caroling, Probation for Madam, Delay for Evictions

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Notes from the Neighborhood, Our Town

housingamnesty_kevinCremin_AA CAROLERS TO SING ON EAST 64TH STREET The East Sixties Neighborhood Association (ESNA) is sponsoring a musical holiday celebration on Tuesday, Dec. 11. The association will welcome the Goode Time Carolers, a sought-after caroling group that performs in Victorian costumes inspired by A Christmas Carol author Charles Dickens, at TD Bank’s rotunda at the northeast [&hellip
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