Plus: Recapping the forthcoming residential towers; kids sledded in Washington Market Park; the story of a 400-year-old sketch. / 4 comments
Plus: A thorough explanation of the new FiDi school; must-read article on W. Broadway history; "Luminaries" installation extended; Flinders Lane opening forecast; Danny Meyer in talks to run FiDi event space; pick-up service for unwanted clothing. / 2 comments
Plus: Janet Delaney's 1980s photos; licorice history on N. Moore; discussing Oregon pinot noir; Battery Park City couple opened a tearoom; Fulton Center video; Trinity Church sells Hudson Square stake; bank robbery. / 1 comment
Plus: The story of the frieze above Harrison Street; hope dims for the East River beach; Community Board 1 to discuss requesting more local representation; discarded Christmas trees. / 7 comments
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Plus: The story behind the Gothic building on Lafayette; theories about City Hall's closing; city to close office that coordinates Lower Manhattan's endless construction projects; nail polish theft; new underground espresso bar; Grandma's House reopened in Brooklyn; Jacob Riis photos.
Plus: "Ghostbusters" firehouse Lego set (and car) now available; Leather Spa in FiDi; Tribeca Tower is still making that annoying noise; Shuggie Otis in concert; praise for Le District; Gary Graham sale. / 2 comments
Plus: Massive art installation on Wall Street; more on City Hall restaurant's closing, and how it served the homeless a free lunch; when Trinity Church was the New Year's Eve gathering point; homeless couple with 10 cats; theft at FiDi Mexican restaurant.