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With Rooftop Garden Designed By ‘Starchitect,’ Earth School Branches Out

Students at the Earth School may soon be growing ingredients for their school lunches. This fall, the elementary school plans to unveil a $1.1 million rooftop garden designed by Michael Arad, the architect of the 9/11 Memorial.

More L Train Service Starts Sunday

State Senator Daniel Squadron will commemorate the additional service on Monday.

MCA Day in Union Square

A day in honor of the late Beastie Boy, Adam Yauch.

The Day | East Village Cameo in ‘The Dictator’

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Senate Resolves to Mourn Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch

The senate has adopted a resolution honoring the late Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys, drafted by Senator Daniel Squadron.

Pols Want East River Fireworks

Daniel Squadron’s office has issued a press release indicating that the State Senator and other politicians are calling on Macy’s to move its fireworks back to the east side.

Controversial Shaoul Building Gets Espresso Bar

As one of Benjamin Shaoul’s buildings loses a tenant, another one is gaining one: Bea’s Café, a new coffee shop, aims to open next month on East Sixth Street in a building that has brought criticism to the controversial developer.

Cabrini Center Will Close, Make Way For Redevelopment

Efforts to keep the building that houses the Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in business as a nursing home have proven fruitless, as Cabrini announced today that it will close its doors and will likely strike a deal that would move its beds to Brooklyn under a new operator.

Deal to Save Cabrini Center Is Off the Table

The new owner of the building that houses Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation has failed to come to terms with a for-profit operator vying to buy the building and keep the nursing home at its current address, making it likely that it will close when its lease expires in April.

Squadron: ‘Serious Questions’ About East 10th

The Department of Buildings issued a permit for a rooftop addition to a building on East 10th Street shortly before the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a historic district on the block. Now State Senator Daniel Squadron weighs in.

The Day | Reflecting on the Deaths of Dashane Santana and Mary Spink

A roundup of this morning’s news, including more on the new cocktail bar from Momofuku.

Mary Spink, Leader in C.B. 3’s SPURA Efforts, Is Dead at 64

Mary Spink, a member of Community Board 3 recognized for decades of community activism, including work on sustainable and affordable housing, died yesterday morning.

12-Year-Old Girl Killed On Delancey

A young girl is killed crossing one of the city’s most dangerous streets.

Cabrini Building May Be Resold to For-Profit Operator, Remain a Nursing Home

After purchasing the building for $25.5 million earlier this month.

Pols Support Cabrini

State Senator Daniel Squadron and other local politicians want to see elder care stay in the building housing the Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation.

Squadron Slams Shaoul Penthouse

The state senator urged the city’s Board of Standard and Appeals to not allow a rooftop extension to a Sixth Street building to remain in place.

St. Mark’s Bookshop Back From the Brink

Neighborhood activists, local pols, the Cooper Square Committee, and owners of the bookshop all basked in the glow of the new rent agreement.

With Politicians In Tow, Tenants Protest Conditions at 515 East Fifth Street

But a lawyer says the owner has only improved the building.

Bump Proposal Picks Up Speed

Neighbors plea for speed bump on East Seventh Street.

MTA Will Add More L Trains on Weekends

State Senator Daniel Squadron announces the good news for straphangers.