In the News: Dr. Joy Browne

••• Remember the story of the BPC resident who either provoked Parks Enforcement Patrol officers or was harassed by them (and either way ended up in Bellevue)? “According to a spokesperson for the NYC Parks Department, the Parks Advocate Pia Rivera said last Friday that ‘we reviewed the matter and haven’t seen any evidence that there was misconduct on the part of the officers so far.’ A final determination is expected this week.” (Broadsheet Daily)

••• “A body was pulled from the North Cove Marina along the Hudson River Tuesday afternoon. […] The body was first spotted under Pier 6 at the Wall Street Heliport on the East River, fire officials said. But it was finally pulled from the water at the West Side marina.” (DNAinfo)

••• The New York Times reviews the Play Company’s production of Invasion! at Walkerspace.

••• The National September 11 Memorial & Museum has launched an online timeline of the events of 9/11. (DNAinfo)

••• Radio psychologist Dr. Joy Browne’s “2,600-square-foot riverfront duplex at the Regatta condominium in Battery Park City is on the market with L.G. Fairmont Group’s Derek Lee for $3.4 million, or $18,000 per month to rent.” (The Real Deal) Time to review the rules regarding capitalization and apostrophe use, doctor! And while you’re at it, rethink the blue eyes.

••• The New York Observer recaps the story of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church vs. the Port Authority. (via Curbed)

••• “Frank Gehry’s sparkling new luxury skyscraper on Spruce Street offers a surprising amenity: rent-stabilization. Forest City Ratner, which developed the 76-story tower, received Liberty Bonds and city tax breaks for the project and in return has to keep all 903 apartments rent-stabilized for 20 years.” (DNAinfo)


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