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The Borscht Belt, Revisited

BY NORMAN BORDEN  |  In an era when weekend jaunts to Florida or weeklong Caribbean cruises are commonplace, Marisa Scheinfeld’s engaging images of…

Restaurant Exhibit Offers Food For Thought

Restaurant Exhibit Offers Food For Thought

BY SCOTT STIFFLER  | Hailed by the Italian publication Effetto Arte for her surreal works that integrate digital and traditional tools of the trade,…

Passion and Partnership at Three Rooms Press

Passion and Partnership at Three Rooms Press

BY PUMA PERL  (pumaperl.blogspot.com)  |  I met Kat Georges and Peter Carlaftes for the first time at the HOWL Festival in Tompkins Square Park,…

At The Joyce, a New Season  and the Promise of Many More

At The Joyce, a New Season and the Promise of Many More

BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  |  Can a parent choose a favorite child? Linda Shelton, executive director for The Joyce Theater, has a similar…

Inward Islands

Inward Islands

BY SCOTT STIFFLER   |  No man is an island? Try telling that to the man without a country. Casting its net across…



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BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC Pamela Elizabeth is one busy restaurateur. Last month alone, two new vegan restaurants — one fast food and one an upscale sit-down — opened…

BY CARLYE WAXMAN RD, CDN  |  It’s always exciting to stumble across a farmers market in your neighborhood. The idea that we can buy locally sourced produce makes…

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Letters, Week of Dec. 4, 2014

Letters, Week of Dec. 4, 2014

Finer points of Pier55’s fine print To The Editor: Re “Diller and DVF’s Gift, Pier55 Park to Rise Above Convention” (news article, Nov. 20): I…

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Progress Report: Hudson Yards

Progress Report: Hudson Yards

BY WINNIE McCROY  |  The West Side of New York City is in the midst of being transformed. Construction is well underway on Hudson Yards — the largest…

Jay Stockman Reflects on 40 Years of Activism and Service

Jay Stockman Reflects on 40 Years of Activism and Service

BY RAANAN GEBERER  |  If you go back 10, 20 or 30 years ago, Jay Stockman was a familiar face at any number of community groups in Chelsea.…

Repairing Strings With an Ear for Tribeca’s Past

Repairing Strings With an Ear for Tribeca’s Past

BY MICHAEL LYDON  |  Walker St. between Broadway and Church St., two short blocks below Canal, looks like Tribeca before it became Tribeca: battered loft buildings with dusty…