Posts Tagged ‘New York City’

Follow that Cab: Punjabi Deli is a local spot for one of New York’s many kinds of local

Written by Regan Hofmann on . Posted in Eat & Drink, Our Town Downtown

When you travel, the first thing you’re told is to eat where the locals eat. Skip the tourist traps and the corporate cafeterias and look for the unassuming place packed with people all speaking the same language—preferably not the one you speak. A New York local, however, is a different kind of animal. We’ll tell [&hellip
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One Degree of Kevin Bacon

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mbacon By Angela Barbuti Michael Bacon on a musical life and playing in the band with his movie star brother When Michael Bacon isn’t rollerblading in Riverside Park, he can be found in his studio on West End Avenue making music with his brother Kevin. Their band, The Bacon Brothers, is playing a show at City Winery April 25 and 26. [&hellip
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While Deaths Dwindle, Startling HIV/AIDS Infection Rates Continue

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By Penny Gray St. Luke’s-Roosevelt’s nationally renowned Center for Comprehensive Care (CCC) has just opened a new location on West 17th Street in Chelsea. This brand-new, state-of-the-art facility at 230 W. 17th St. joins the CCC’s other outstanding locations in New York City focused on HIV management. “We have a beautiful space designed with the [&hellip
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St. Mark’s Bookshop Secures Lease Reduction

Written by admin on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown

FINANCIAL DISTRICT UPDATES FROM OCCUPY WALL STREET • According to NY1, organizers of Occupy Wall Street have set up a military tent to create a safe space for female protestors sleeping in the movement’s home base in Zuccotti Park. The safety of female protestors was recently called into question after two confirmed cases of sexual [&hellip
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Strand Book Store Remains Strong

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By Georgia Suter Competition from tablets and ebooks have shaken the stability of many bookstores in New York and across the United States in the past few years. While a shift in the bookstore landscape started years earlier, with large chain booksellers forcing lesser-known independent stores out of business, the new digital shift is pushing [&hellip
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Haunted Ground

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts Our Town Downtown, Breaking News

The superlative ghostly hangouts of Downtown Manhattan By Annie Lubin Most (Proven) Haunted Place: Merchant’s House Museum The Merchant’s House Museum is the oldest New York City home to have survived virtually intact. Built in 1832 and occupied by the same family for 100 years, the house would be interesting if only because it’s a [&hellip
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