The Villager Newspaper

The Villager Newspaper The Villager is a weekly community newspaper serving New York City's West and East Villages, Soho, Noho, Little Italy, Chinatown, Lower East Side, Union Square, Chelsea and Downtown Manhattan generally.
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Since 1933. In print and online. The Villager is a weekly printed edition newspaper that has served New York City's East and West Village, Soho, Noho, Hudson Square, Little Italy, Chinatown, and the Lower East Side, since 1933. It is the leading local newspaper in these neighborthoods of Lower Manhattan. It has earned over one hundred awards for excellence from the New York Press Association, including being named best newspaper in New York State in three of the last nine years. In addition to The Villager, NYC Community Media LLC also publishes three sister newspapers: the Downtown Express, Chelsea Now and Gay City News.

Since 1933. In print and online. The Villager is a weekly printed edition newspaper that has served New York City's East and West Village, Soho, Noho, Hudson Square, Little Italy, Chinatown, and the Lower East Side, since 1933. It is the leading local newspaper in these neighborthoods of Lower Manhattan. It has earned over one hundred awards for excellence from the New York Press Association, including being named best newspaper in New York State in three of the last nine years. In addition to The Villager, NYC Community Media LLC also publishes three sister newspapers: the Downtown Express, Chelsea Now and Gay City News.

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Sometimes the apple ends up pretty close to the tree and sometimes the children of artists rebel and become accountants....
06/16/2021
East Village father/son duo come together for special music project | amNewYork

Sometimes the apple ends up pretty close to the tree and sometimes the children of artists rebel and become accountants. This, however, is definitely an apple/tree situation.

Sometimes the apple ends up pretty close to the tree and sometimes the children of artists rebel and become accountants. This, however, is definitely an

Cops are looking for the gunman who shot and killed a 25-year-old man during an argument in front of a hotel in Chelsea ...
06/10/2021
Man fatally shot during dispute outside hotel in Chelsea: NYPD | amNewYork

Cops are looking for the gunman who shot and killed a 25-year-old man during an argument in front of a hotel in Chelsea early on Thursday morning.

Cops are looking for the gunman who shot and killed a 25-year-old man during an argument in front of a hotel in Chelsea early on Thursday morning.

Topics of discussion included plans to add granite curbs and sidewalks to 1 Penn Plaza, the presence of removable retail...
06/04/2021
CB 5's Parks and Public Spaces Committee discusses new additions to neighborhood | amNewYork

Topics of discussion included plans to add granite curbs and sidewalks to 1 Penn Plaza, the presence of removable retail containers at Columbus Circle's Maine Monument, the development of a 14th Street Busway Mural, and a temporary art exhibition in Union Square Park.

Members of Manhattan Community Board 5’s Parks and Public Spaces Committee gathered over Zoom Thursday night. Topics of discussion included plans to add

At the mini-stage across from the Garibaldi statue in Washington Square Park on Tuesday at 9:30am, smiles radiate from t...
06/02/2021
Movement classes, back in Washington Square Park | amNewYork

At the mini-stage across from the Garibaldi statue in Washington Square Park on Tuesday at 9:30am, smiles radiate from the cluster, ready to be guided into motion by Naomi Goldberg Haas, their fearless teacher.

At the mini-stage across from the Garibaldi statue in Washington Square Park on Tuesday at 9:30am, smiles radiate from the cluster, ready to be guided into

The massive infrastructure undertaking that has been East Side Access – over fifteen years in the making – will open to ...
05/27/2021
PHOTOS: East Side Access terminal nears completion 170 feet below Grand Central | amNewYork

The massive infrastructure undertaking that has been East Side Access – over fifteen years in the making – will open to commuters in 2022, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday before touring the facility with journalists.

The massive infrastructure undertaking that has been East Side Access – over fifteen years in the making – will open to commuters in 2022, Governor Andrew

The majority of the nine candidates are seeking to reform the office and dole out justice by more modern standards of gi...
05/26/2021
Justice reform is on the menu for these candidates for Manhattan DA | amNewYork

The majority of the nine candidates are seeking to reform the office and dole out justice by more modern standards of giving the New Yorkers a shot at a better life rather than a life of recidivism.

Bragg plans to shift the focus of the Manhattan DA's office from that which prosecutes low-level crimes and enact reforms that will see the end of racial

“The lattice underneath is like the frame of jazz,” Alois Kronschlaeger explains. ” The blue material is the improvisati...
05/26/2021
New York City artist unveils new blue exhibit to the Lower East Side | amNewYork

“The lattice underneath is like the frame of jazz,” Alois Kronschlaeger explains. ” The blue material is the improvisation. The big unknown, the X factor, is how it will work out.”

Alois Kronschlaeger is an explorer - of possibility. An artist who earned his Master's at SVA in 2002, he has spent the years since creating sculpture on

Judson Memorial Church celebrated Donna Schaper as senior pastor, this past weekend with two days of remembrances and ac...
05/26/2021
Celebrating Judson’s Rev. Donna Schaper’s retirement | amNewYork

Judson Memorial Church celebrated Donna Schaper as senior pastor, this past weekend with two days of remembrances and acknowledgments.

Judson Memorial Church celebrated Donna Schaper as senior pastor, this past weekend with two days of remembrances and acknowledgments. After 15 years at

Mayor Bill de Blasio invited unvaccinated New Yorkers on Monday to come on down, get a shot and a chance to win big priz...
05/24/2021
Fitness memberships, Broadway shows and Governor's Ball tickets part of NYC's vaccine contest giveaway | amNewYork

Mayor Bill de Blasio invited unvaccinated New Yorkers on Monday to come on down, get a shot and a chance to win big prizes in what some might call the city's version of "The Price is Right" (for a COVID-19 vaccine).

Mayor Bill de Blasio invited unvaccinated New Yorkers on Monday to come on down, get a shot and a chance to win big prizes in what some might call the city's

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday New York City public schools will reopen on Sept. 13 without a remote option — bac...
05/24/2021
No remote option for NYC public school students in September as de Blasio vows children will return to classes | amNewYork

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday New York City public schools will reopen on Sept. 13 without a remote option — backtracking on early commitments to offer families worried about sending their children back into classrooms with fully online classes.

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday New York City public schools will reopen on Sept. 13 without a remote option — backtracking on early commitments to

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The Villager, founded in 1933, is an award-winning weekly newspaper serving residents of New York City's famous Greenwich Village neighborhood, as well as the East Village and Lower East Side, Soho and Noho, Hudson Square, Union Square, Little Italy and Chinatown. As of 2019, The Villager’s Web site also incorporates the content of its award-winning sister Manhattan community newspapers, Chelsea Now, Downtown Express, Manhattan Express and Villager Express.

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