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Middle Collegiate Church Adds Elevator, Takes Gun-Control Debate to Next Level

The church that hosted a “Wear a Hoodie to Church” mass in honor of Trayvon Martin is now preaching and praying for gun control.


The Day | N.Y.U. Lays Out Expansion Schedule

The Local’s roundup of East Village news from around the Web.


The Day | Affordable Housing For East 11th Street

The Local’s daily roundup of East Village news from around the Web.


Wanna Cover It? The State of Churches (and Mosques, and Synagogues…)

A round-up of recent developments in the neighborhood’s religious life. A reader wants to hear more.


After 25 Years, Met Foods Changes Name, Brings Back a Piece of Ratner’s

The Met Foods on Second Avenue will soon be reborn as Metropolitan Citymarket, complete with photo murals paying tribute to Ratner’s and the Fillmore East. Plus: original tilework from Ratner’s.


Slideshow: Churchgoers Trade Sunday Best for Hoodies

The pews of Middle Collegiate Church were packed on Sunday morning as more than 400 people worshiped in hooded sweatshirts in honor of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin.


The Day | Tax Troubles for Ai Weiwei, Sahara East

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a new exhibit of Lower East Side photography, a new play incorporating Osama bin Laden and Marilyn Monroe, half-off wine bottles, and a beerathon.


The End?

Yesterday, I went to Pas De Deux on East 11th Street to pick out a dress for my girlfriend.

“Something that says, ‘I really enjoyed our time together and I’m sorry I could not prevent the inevitable.’ ”

A salesclerk bit her cheek, “That…sounds interesting, are you breaking up?”

“The world is ending,” I said.


Moves to Protect the East Village

As gentrification continues to alter the East Village landscape, attempts are afoot to have sections of the neighborhood designated a historic district, helping to preserve their architecture and character.


Remembering Those Lost To AIDS

Middle Collegiate Church in the East Village held a special worship service Wednesday night commemorating World AIDS Day.