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London Calling: ‘Terrace’ Street Fair Set for Sept. 28

London Calling: ‘Terrace’ Street Fair Set for Sept. 28

Every year, the classy pack rats of London Terrace Gardens kick their spare wares to just beyond the curb — and every year, like clockwork, we make the observation that this annual event is gloriously bereft of funnel cakes, overpriced lemonade, threadbare sheets and tube socks of dubious aesthetic value. Held on Sat., Sept. 28, […]

‘Wives’ Eavesdrops on Bronx Bombers’ Better Halves

‘Wives’ Eavesdrops on Bronx Bombers’ Better Halves

Those Bronx-based boys of summer have had their share of drama this season — on and off the field. But year in and year out, some of best action happens behind the scenes, as the players on a “team-within-a-team” experience the rivalries and partnerships that come with being one of the “Yankee Wives.” This Group […]

Kimono Inspirations

Kimono Inspirations

Tasked with creating a surface design dictated by the shape and size of a kimono, New York and Connecticut-based fiber artists (from the group FiberartNE) eagerly took the challenge of this unusual focus. “Kimono Inspirations” is the result — and its 25 works are on display now, at one of Chelsea’s most consistently unique and […]

Are We Proud? Damn Straight!

Are We Proud? Damn Straight!

Light sprinkles weren’t enough to rain on June 30’s Pride parade, as people of all stripes showed up to celebrate recent milestones — with eyes on the prize of future victories.

New Whitney Right on Track

New Whitney Right on Track

  The Whitney Museum’s new Downtown building is rising fast on Gansevoort Street next to the High Line’s southern end, just east of the Hudson River Park. Designed by architect Renzo Piano, it is slated to open in 2015. The new building will include more than 50,000 square feet of indoor galleries and 13,000 square […]

PS 11 Farm Market Still Fresh, in Season Six

PS 11 Farm Market Still Fresh, in Season Six

There’s not a fresh veggie or a knowledgeable salesperson anywhere to be found in this photo — but that’s only because the shot was taken before the sixth season debut of our favorite local greenmarket. As of June 12, the PS 11 Farm Market will be held every Wednesday, from  8am-10am, in front of the […]

Chelseahenge!

Chelseahenge!

Whether it’s finding a soul mate or winning the lottery, you can wait your whole life for the stars to align. But once in a blue moon, our favorite mass of incandescent gas falls into perfect alignment with the buildings of West Chelsea — as it did this past Saturday, June 8. That’s when our […]

Penn South to Flea Market Patrons: Claim Our Clutter

Penn South to Flea Market Patrons: Claim Our Clutter

With over 2,800 units full of people and their stuff (and precious little closet space), the sheer amount of clothes, household goods, books and art accumulated by Penn South residents is staggering. But what to do with it all? For the past 28 years, their annual rain or shine open-air sale has proven that one […]

At Visiting Neighbors Street Fair, Talent is Ageless

At Visiting Neighbors Street Fair, Talent is Ageless

BY LAURA SCHARF Director of Community Development, Visiting Neighbors, Inc. Competition was fierce on at Visiting Neighbors’ 19th Annual Senior Talent Show — the highlight of the Chelsea Day Festival (held on Eighth Avenue, from 14th to 23rd Streets on Saturday, April 27). Enthusiastic onlookers of all ages cheered for their favorite performers — some […]

99 Cents Creation Returns to Chelsea

99 Cents Creation Returns to Chelsea

After 14 years in Chelsea, a handwritten sign behind the front counter of 99 Cents Creation read, “We’re deeply sorry to close this store.” High rent (and two years of operating month-to-month without a lease) meant the end of reasonably priced batteries, garbage bags, toiletries, kitchenware and hundreds of other essentials. But there was a […]

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