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Pols, Residents Ponder: What Should East River ‘Blueway’ Look Like?

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer wants the east side to have an outdoor space every bit as iconic as the High Line and Hudson River Park.

The Day | Protests Outside of Village Voice

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Expansion Explainer: Why Dogs Are Always at N.Y.U. 2031 Protests

The details of how N.Y.U.’s proposes to replace a dog run at Mercer and Houston Streets.

Expansion Explainer: The Playgrounds in N.Y.U. 2031’s Footprint

Everything you need to know about the future of three playgrounds in the footprint of N.Y.U’s proposed expansion.

Expansion Explainer | Parking Impacts of N.Y.U. 2031

Everything you wanted to know about the impact on parking from N.Y.U.’s expansion plan.

N.Y.U. Opponents Urge Stringer to Fight Expansion

Weeks before the Manhattan Borough President issues his recommendation regarding N.Y.U. 2031, opponents urged him to vote “No.”

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.

Amid Cheers, C.B. 2 Votes Against N.Y.U. Expansion

The ambitious expansion of New York University faced its first formal rejection last night, as Community Board 2 voted unanimously against the plan, saying it would turn Greenwich Village into a construction site for at least 19 years and fundamentally change the neighborhood for the worse.

Resolutions Urge Racial Sensitivity in Military, Police Department

Tomorrow after a public hearing, the City Council’s Committee on Civil Rights and the Committee on Veterans will vote on a resolution prompted by the death of Danny Chen, the East Village soldier who committed suicide in Afghanistan after he was allegedly abused by his peers. Resolution 1188 “calls upon the United States Department of […]

12-Year-Old Girl Killed On Delancey

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

City Slaps IHOP With $2,000 Fine

Meanwhile, the bacon waft persists.

The Day | In One Month, Two Pit Bull Attacks

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the return of “Gatz,” an Airstream for the Lower Eastside Girls Club, a letter against reporter arrests, a letter in support of rezoning the Bowery, brunch at Veselka Bowery, and more.

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.

Report: CB3 Has Highest Number of Trash-Strewn Stalled Construction Sites

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer issues a study promoting the alternative use of stalled construction sites.

A Groundbreaking Dance Number on East Fourth Street

Over the weekend, pols turned out for the Fourth Art Block’s FAB! Festival, which doubled as a ribbon-cutting and groundbreaking.

Squadron Backs St. Mark’s Bookshop

Read the senator’s letter to Cooper Union President Jamshed Bharucha.

The Day | Balazsification of Cooper Square Hotel Looks Squared Away

A roundup of this morning’s news, including an improved playground on East Houston, more support for St. Mark’s Bookshop, and a dust-up at Mercury Lounge.

The Day | East Village More Unsafe Than Harlem?

A roundup of today’s news, including the latest on Bowery Diner, some new rental figures, and a setback with the restaurant in Union Square Park.

Locals Join Albany Rent Law Protest

Hundreds of New York City residents, including 33 from the East Village, converged on the state Capitol Building Monday trying to urge state lawmakers to renew and tweak the laws that govern apartment rent prices.

5 Questions With | Natasha Dillon

An interview with Natasha Dillon, one of the newest members of Community Board 3.