Posts Tagged ‘Sean Creamer’

No Horsing Around this Time

Written by Anam Baig on . Posted in News Our Town, News West Side Spirit, Our Town, West Side Spirit

FW-Horse Carriage2(as)_1 Will the Central Park horses finally be outlawed? By Anam Baig and Sean Creamer Central Park’s horse-drawn carriages have been a traditional New York City tourist attraction since the 1930s, but animal rights activists have been pushing for years to close the stables, free the horses and find them a home outside the Big Apple. [&hellip
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25,000 Homeowners?

Written by Allen Houston on . Posted in Breaking News, News Our Town, Our Town

FE-stuytown_patriciavoulgaris11 Stuy Town Tenants Association preps bid to purchase historic development Residents of Stuyvesant Town–Peter Cooper Village are attempting to wrest control of their destiny. Two tumultuous years after Tishman Speyer Properties relinquished control of the complex of 25,000 residents, the Stuyvesant Town–Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association is working with Brookfield Asset Management to put together [&hellip
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Artist Runs Homegrown Art School for All Ages

Written by Sean Creamer on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts West Side Spirit, West Side Spirit

FW-Rebecca Schweiger Art Studio NY(as) Creativity is a facet of humanity that can be expressed in a multitude of venues. Some people make music, others make sculptures; Rebecca Schweiger, founder and director of The Art Studio NY, found her creative spark through painting and instilling the idea that everyone has an artist within themselves waiting to be found. The Art [&hellip
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Scrap Metal Bandits Hit News Boxes

Written by West Side Spirit on . Posted in Breaking News

By Allen Houston and Sean Creamer The Upper West Side’s newspaper boxes are under assault by a group of pernicious scrap metal bandits. In January 2012, the West Side Spirit had 17 of its metal boxes stolen from locations between 59th and 96th Street on the West Side. AM New York was even more heavily hit, losing 70 [&hellip
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A Fishy Business

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Breaking News, Our Town

marineinsert City announces bid for Asphalt Green garbage plant as Maloney and reps cry foul By Sean Creamer Although garbage collection is a dirty job, the old saying goes that someone has to do it. On that note, garbage must also go somewhere. That “somewhere” may soon be the old Marine Transfer Station (MTS) at East 91st [&hellip
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Our Town: Notes From the Neighborhood

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Breaking News, Notes From the Neighborhood west side spirit, Our Town

Compiled by Megan Bungeroth and Sean Creamer 2nd Ave. Air Quality Study Says “No Problem” MTA Capital Construction released the results of an air quality study last week that monitored the effects of construction activity between East 69th and East 87th streets along Second Avenue. The study and resulting report, by the consulting firm Parsons Brinckerhoff, found that [&hellip
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New York College of Health Professions and The Open Center, a Match Made in Chakra

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Uncategorized

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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