In the News: Runaway Dog Rescued from Hudson River

••• “The 150-year history of the cast-iron building at 87 Walker Street included its use in 1926 as a major drug distribution ring.” —Daytonian in Manhattan

••• “Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed the amended version of the bill (enacted in December, 2017) that requires residents be appointed to the board of the Battery Park City Authority.” —Broadsheet

••• The New York Times‘s Me Time columnist tries out the Resident Healer program at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown’s spa. I like a good spa treatment as much as anyone, and the Four Seasons seems like a swell place to spend some time, but oy, what a crock. (I should warn you that my tell-it-like-it-is tendency, already at a dangerous level, is surging.)

••• “A wayward dog named Rosie was rescued from the Hudson River by Port Authority Police after the pup had escaped from its owner in [Chinatown] Tuesday morning. —New York Post

••• “The AVP New York City Open starts today and runs through June 10.” That’s the beach volleyball tournament on Pier 26. Below: Last year’s winners, April Ross and Lauren Fendrick. —CBS



  1. You misrepresented the Article you posted about the Four Seasons spa treatment. It’s as if you didn’t read the article at all and only inserted your own opinion.