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Blog posts November 2018

Thursday, October 18: Musical Improv, Arts Fests, Haunted Brooklyn + This Weekend

FDNY Drone Deployed at Manhattan 6-alarm fire 10-03-2018




Source: http://www.youtube.com/oembed?format=xml&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DRjg-iGFCvAQ

New Pattern! Elevé Pullover in Knitscene Summer 2015

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Saturday's parting shot

A view of the Sock Man at 99 St Mark's Place...



Source: http://evgrieve.com/2018/10/saturdays-parting-shot.html

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Life is too short to not try the world :)

Hi All -

I am proud to announce that I have turned my passion for international food into a new business!

It's called Try The World (www.trytheworld.com)

Try The World is a subscription box service delivering the best products from the most exciting places in the world to your door. Every 60 days, w…

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Monday’s Headlines: Jumaane Williams Never Fooled Us Edition

The man who wants to be your next Public Advocate is also a man who is statistically more likely than most drivers to kill your son or daughter. Yes, the Daily News reported Sunday that Council Member Jumaane Williams received 18 school zone camera violations between March, 2016 and July, 2018. That…

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Den Re-Done

The Village Den was a comfortable, accessible diner in Greenwich Village for 36 years. It shuttered this past May.

A sign went up in the window soon after, announcing that something new was coming: "Better Den You Remember." But the Den I remember was quite wonderful, so probably not.

Now the Times re…

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20 Buildings in NYC Designed by Architect Stanford White

Gould Memorial Library at Bronx Community College. Image via Flickr by Timothy Vogel

Stanford White, the famed architect of the prolific firm McKim, Mead and White, designed an exorbitant amount of buildings in New York City throughout the Gilded Age. From places of entertainment and the homes of N…

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A vigil on Union Square for the Tree of Life synagogue

Hundreds of people gathered last evening in Union Square to mourn those killed earlier in the day at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Organizers, including Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and IfNotNow, said that the vigil was held in part "to commit to …

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