Posts Tagged ‘Our Town Downtown’

A Weekend of Urban Exploration: OHNY opens up city’s best architectural sights

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Real Estate

OHNY opens up city’s best architectural sights Inspired by similar architectural tours in his hometown, Londoner Scott Lauer started openhousenewyork (OHNY) in 2002 with roughly 80 sites sprinkled throughout the city. The weekend-long event, this year taking place Saturday, Oct. 15 and Sunday, Oct. 16, has exploded to include almost 200 spaces in all five [&hellip
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The Grey Dog Moves Out

Written by admin on . Posted in Eat & Drink

Owners say lease disputes force the doors to shut at neighborhood café By Mccamey Lynn The Grey Dog, a fixture of the West Village coffeehouse scene for over a decade, will be closing its doors on Sunday, Oct. 16. Lease disputes with their landlord have forced brothers David Ethan and Peter Adrian to pack up [&hellip
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The Day of Eating Dangerously: Try something new to appreciate New York’s culinary diversity

Written by Regan Hofmann on . Posted in Arts & Film, Breaking News

Try something new to appreciate New York’s culinary diversity You wake up one morning and everything seems off. Your breakfast cart just doesn’t cut it anymore, that Thai place near the office you love for lunch seems blah, and dinners are a dime a dozen. You try to break out; have a smoothie, an everything [&hellip
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American Autumn: Fritz Tucker’s critique of the Occupation of Wall Street


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Good News First New York City’s financial district, notorious for devious deals that crash economies, witnessed a more harmonious transaction last week.  Hundreds of people came together with distinct goals in mind, and shared in a more democratic, dialogic, and egalitarian cultural exchange than what is ordinarily experienced in our society.  In just twenty-four hours, [&hellip
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