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The Best of the Fests: Your Manhattan Festival Guide for 2012

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News, Lifestyle, Our Town, Special Sections, West Side Spirit

FE&FW-Tribeca Film FestBYJurgen Fauth New York City is teeming with cultural offerings, so much that it can be difficult at times to organize all of the things you want to do, see, taste and experience in Manhattan. Sometimes you might stumble upon a great street fair with a particularly good gyro, while other times, you’ll plan and plot out [&hellip
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Valentine's Day Events

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

youvegotmail From readings in the buff to a cocoa-themed Shabbat dinner, we present the best in V-Day happenings for you and your loved one. Top Pick Wednesday, Feb. 15 FREE We’ve Got Mail Housing Works Bookstore Café, 126 Crosby St. (betw. E. Houston & Prince Sts.); housingworks.org; 7 p.m., $5. An evening like never before for [&hellip
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Valentine’s Day Events

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts Our Town Downtown

From readings in the buff to a cocoa-themed Shabbat dinner, we present the best in V-Day happenings for you and your loved one. —Compiled by Staff Top Pick Wednesday, Feb. 15 FREE We’ve Got Mail Housing Works Bookstore Café, 126 Crosby St. (betw. E. Houston & Prince Sts.); housingworks.org; 7 p.m., $5. An evening like [&hellip
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The Lifespan of An Alternative Weekly

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frankie April 13, 1988 The first issue of New York Press appears. Russ Smith, formerly of the Baltimore City Paper, is the Press’ first editor and part owner. The offices of the Press are located at 530 Broadway at Spring Street. September 30, 1988 First “Best of Manhattan” edition is published. Includes “Best 24-Hour Copy Shop” (“At 3 [&hellip
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Downtown Social: Mulchfest 2012

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Arts Our Town Downtown

The streets of New York City have recently resembled a Christmas tree cemetery, with dried-up firs and evergreens lining the edge of the sidewalks. For those looking to discard their holiday tree in a green way, the Downtown Alliance hosted its annual MulchFest at Lower Manhattan’s Bowling Green. The trunks and pine needles were quickly [&hellip
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