Neighborhood news for Greenwich Village West
Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, the beloved little cookbook store on West 10th Street, will be closing up shop in January. Slotnick told Vanishing NY , "I can't believe I'm turning into one of your sad stories, but I've just lost my lease. I have to be out by the end of January. I'm absolutely determined to find a place and move the shop (probably in the East Village, since nobody can afford the West ...
Zombies drumming must mean it's the 41st annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in New York City.This year's theme was the "Garden of Earthly Delights," hence the elaborate flower like creations and grand marshal Whoopi Goldberg as Mother Earth. But it wasn't just the performers and floats that wowed the tens of thousands along Sixth Avenue in the Village Friday night.
The actor is leading the charge to the state’s highest court to overturn the approval of NYU's $6B expansion plan, saying it robs the Village of parks.
BY ALBERT AMATEAU | Judith Edelman, a longtime Greenwich Village resident and prominent architect who led the effort to take down barriers to women in the profession, died Oct. 4 in her W. 12th St. home. She was 91. With her late husband, the architect Harold Edelman, she organized a partnership that designed public housing, read more here »
Four people were arrested and jailed in New York City following an all-out brawl that broke out on an F train subway in Greenwich Village after a man “smacked the soul” out of a woman for making fun of his jacket. Video footage of the fight was posted online over the weekend, and it shows […] Epic F Train Brawl After Man Smacks Woman for Clowning His Jacket Lands 4 People in Jail is a post from ...
New York City police say they have arrested a parolee suspected of fatally pushing a man in front of a speeding subway train.
TOWN Fifth Avenue Launches the Most Iconic and Expensive Luxury Rental in the World (PRWeb November 02, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12295436.htm
The New York City doctor who became infected with the Ebola virus last week initially lied to health officials about his movements around the city after he returned from treating victims of the disease in West Africa, according to a published report.
There are 8 million rhythms in the naked city.
More than 400 local leaders joined for an immersive, one-day event in ode to the world’s cultural capital (PRWeb November 05, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12298640.htm