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How neighbors in Chelsea are responding to the coronavirus crisis. Plus: Good food newshttp://ow.ly/a8C350yWZu7
03/26/2020
Finding Community in Chelsea

How neighbors in Chelsea are responding to the coronavirus crisis. Plus: Good food news

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My partner and I have called Chelsea our home for more than a quarter-century. I co-produce a podcast, “Making Gay History,” on the street where I liv...

Chelsea's small-town spirit has been amplified during the coronavirus crisis.  http://ow.ly/Q3UL50yUKd4
03/24/2020
Finding Community in Chelsea

Chelsea's small-town spirit has been amplified during the coronavirus crisis.
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My partner and I have called Chelsea our home for more than a quarter-century. I co-produce a podcast, “Making Gay History,” on the street where I liv...

Today in Coronavirus Watch: Council Member Mark Levine says he assumes he has coronavirus; C train service disrupted by ...
03/24/2020
Coronavirus Watch

Today in Coronavirus Watch:
Council Member Mark Levine says he assumes he has coronavirus; C train service disrupted by conductor's positive test; MTA faces $4 billion loss; and more:
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Updated Monday, March 23, 5:30 p.m. Quote of the Day: “If we don’t get the equipment, we’re literally going to lose lives." Mayor de Blasio, on CNN, t...

How to get your Broadway fix when the theaters are closed:http://ow.ly/p8Wo50yS5w5
03/21/2020
The Long Intermission

How to get your Broadway fix when the theaters are closed:
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Usually, I would be using this time to report on the latest Broadway shows. There are — or were — some 16 new ones set to open before the Tony nominat...

03/20/2020

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Cuomo workforce reduction order now 75 percent as cases rise in NYC. Check in for the latest news and updates on our dai...
03/20/2020
Coronavirus Watch

Cuomo workforce reduction order now 75 percent as cases rise in NYC. Check in for the latest news and updates on our daily Coronavirus Watch:

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Updated Thursday, March 19, 7:15 p.m. Quote of the Day: "We are the new epicenter." - Council Member Mark Levine, on Twitter Mayor: Need for Federal A...

How Manhattan's religious centers are responding to the coronavirushttp://ow.ly/B8Rn50yPqc2
03/19/2020
With Faith and Caution

How Manhattan's religious centers are responding to the coronavirus
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Last Thursday, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency across New York, business carried on more or less as usual at the Islamic Cultural C...

New York's elected officials take on a crisis that has shredded the fabric of everyday lifehttp://ow.ly/S3Bd50yOlo3
03/17/2020
Managing the Unknown

New York's elected officials take on a crisis that has shredded the fabric of everyday life
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At a press conference Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo likened our world to a snow globe. Like a child, the coronavirus pandemic has shaken our world and tu...

The novel coronavirus is greeted with a classic mix of anxiety, gallows humor and a rolling series of adaptationshttp://...
03/16/2020
Portrait of New Yorkers in a Crisis

The novel coronavirus is greeted with a classic mix of anxiety, gallows humor and a rolling series of adaptations

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Until a very few days ago, social distancing conjured for most New Yorkers an image of, say, the rich and famous rising above the rest of us as they s...

The way we live now: School closings, sanitizer shortages, empty shelves, Wall Street shocks and an ever-longer list of ...
03/10/2020
Life During Coronavirus Time

The way we live now: School closings, sanitizer shortages, empty shelves, Wall Street shocks and an ever-longer list of cases

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In the narrow aisles of Joseph’s Pharmacy on the Upper West Side, customers scoured the shelves for anything they could find to kill the coronavirus. ...

A new show at The Museum at FIT traces ballet's influence on high fashion in the modern era.http://ow.ly/kneE50yH0R2
03/09/2020
Beauty, Poise and Style

A new show at The Museum at FIT traces ballet's influence on high fashion in the modern era.
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If you need a classical dance fix between now and the beginning of the New York City Ballet’s spring season in April, head downtown to The Museum at F...

Gov. Cuomo declares state of emergency as number of cases statewide rises to 76. Check in with our Coronavirus Watch for...
03/08/2020
Coronavirus Watch

Gov. Cuomo declares state of emergency as number of cases statewide rises to 76. Check in with our Coronavirus Watch for updates:

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Updated Saturday, March 7, 6 p.m. The COVID-19 toll: Worldwide: More than 100,000 cases, more than 3,400 deaths U.S.: More than 300 cases, mostly on t...

"Landscapes," says artist April Gornik, "are natural metaphors." @MGregoryWriter beautifully evokes the show at the Mile...
02/29/2020
Poetic Landscapes

"Landscapes," says artist April Gornik, "are natural metaphors." @MGregoryWriter beautifully evokes the show at the Miles McEnery Gallery in Chelsea.

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Landscape has been a favorite subject of art for as long as there has been art. Little is more relatable to human beings than the world around us. Yet...

Confused about the upcoming plastic bag ban? What you need to know - and where to pick up reusable bags: http://ow.ly/ln...
02/27/2020
Plastic Puzzler

Confused about the upcoming plastic bag ban? What you need to know - and where to pick up reusable bags:

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On Sunday, March 1, New York joins California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Oregon, Vermont and a handful of cities and towns including Albuq...

Which Democratic presidential candidates are raising the most money in Manhattan? See who people in your neighborhood ar...
02/25/2020
The Manhattan Money Game

Which Democratic presidential candidates are raising the most money in Manhattan? See who people in your neighborhood are backing.

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In the 2020 Democratic primary race, Manhattan residents are putting their money on the moderate mayor of a city one-sixteenth the population of their...

Nuts Factory, a neighborhood favorite on the UES, plans to open a second location in Chelsea in March.http://ow.ly/lfKq5...
02/20/2020
Nuts for New York

Nuts Factory, a neighborhood favorite on the UES, plans to open a second location in Chelsea in March.

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Nuts Factory opened its first U.S. location at 1030 Third Ave. with a drive to create a sensory experience for its shoppers. Aromas provided by three ...

After five years as chief of staff to City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Erik Bottcher is stepping up and running for a...
02/19/2020
It's All About the Details

After five years as chief of staff to City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Erik Bottcher is stepping up and running for a seat of his own. Key issues he wants to address: street homelessness and mental health.

http://ow.ly/LIRt50yqLm6

In Erik Bottcher’s ideal political world, policy problems would be resolved by gathering stakeholders around a table to hash out the issues and come u...

How healthy is your neighborhood? Our 2020 guide shows how New Yorkers assess their own health. Plus takes on restorativ...
02/17/2020
Healthy Manhattan 2020

How healthy is your neighborhood? Our 2020 guide shows how New Yorkers assess their own health. Plus takes on restorative #yoga, virus-prevention -- and a moving story of one kidney donor.

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Click here to read this year's guide to a Healthy Manhattan.

Our columnist @JonMediaWeb, a former Bloomberg writer, explains how the ex-mayor is using the same tactics in his run fo...
02/13/2020
The Bloomberg Method

Our columnist @JonMediaWeb, a former Bloomberg writer, explains how the ex-mayor is using the same tactics in his run for president that he used throughout his business career.

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I have to smile as I watch America trying to make sense of Michael Bloomberg’s insurgent presidential run. Journalists and pundits are racking their b...

A beloved museum’s proposal for a redesign of its future home in a landmark church on Central Park West has touched off ...
02/11/2020
Raise High the Roof Beam, CMOM

A beloved museum’s proposal for a redesign of its future home in a landmark church on Central Park West has touched off a bitter controversy:

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Upper West Siders rolled out the welcome mat in early 2018 when it was revealed that the Children’s Museum of Manhattan had found a spectacular new ho...

Don't miss our Most Viewed story of the day - Douglas Feiden's moving interview with Eleanor Reissa, the host of a new p...
01/28/2020
Comprehending the Incomprehensible

Don't miss our Most Viewed story of the day - Douglas Feiden's moving interview with Eleanor Reissa, the host of a new podcast about the Holocaust:

http://ow.ly/97Lc50y7me5

She’s been dubbed the “Jewish Beyonce” and the “Reigning Queen of the Yiddish Cabaret.” She’s a singer, actress, playwright, choreographer, librettist...

Bundle up and head outdoors to see some of the best artwork the city has to offer:http://ow.ly/iOgf50y3v6Q
01/23/2020
High Art on the High Line

Bundle up and head outdoors to see some of the best artwork the city has to offer:

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This season, there's no telling when it might snow, when the temperature might hit 70, or when the first bits of spring growth will start to break thr...

Despite bitter weather, rallygoers pack a punch at fourth annual Women’s March in New York Cityhttp://ow.ly/vyv250y1hUO
01/22/2020
Rise and Roar

Despite bitter weather, rallygoers pack a punch at fourth annual Women’s March in New York City

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After three years, they’re still marching. Hundreds of protesters gathered for the fourth annual Women’s March in New York City Saturday morning, brav...

Come springtime, New York City will have another professional sports team to call its own when Sky Blue FC moves to Red ...
01/16/2020
Welcome Home, Sky Blue FC

Come springtime, New York City will have another professional sports team to call its own when Sky Blue FC moves to Red Bull Arena for their 2020 season.

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Come springtime, New York City will have another professional sports team to call its own. After years of playing at Rutgers University, Sky Blue FC, ...

Before lion and dragon dances fill the streets of Chinatown on February 8 and 9, check out some of the city's extraordin...
01/15/2020
Celebrate the Year of the Rat

Before lion and dragon dances fill the streets of Chinatown on February 8 and 9, check out some of the city's extraordinary and unexpected offerings.

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Lunar New Year celebrations fill the city with vibrant colors, flavors, and lots of sounds. January 25 rings in the Year of the Rat. According to the ...

Showcasing his record on affordable housing and public health, Council Member Mark Levine launches his campaign for Manh...
01/14/2020
Levine Launches Run for Borough President

Showcasing his record on affordable housing and public health, Council Member Mark Levine launches his campaign for Manhattan BP:

http://ow.ly/PRnI50xVuaH

Council Member Mark Levine announced his candidacy to become the next Manhattan borough president last week, touting a record of fighting for affordab...

Anti-Semitic attacks through the holiday season bring tens of thousands out to a rally – and spur calls for greater prot...
01/08/2020
Taking Action Against Hate

Anti-Semitic attacks through the holiday season bring tens of thousands out to a rally – and spur calls for greater protection

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“No Hate. No Fear.” “#JewishANDProud.” “America 2020 Not Germany 1933.” The signs were everywhere on a cold, clear day in Lower Manhattan. After a ser...

Anti-Semitic attacks through the holiday season bring tens of thousands out to a rally – and spur calls for greater prot...
01/07/2020
Marching Against Hate

Anti-Semitic attacks through the holiday season bring tens of thousands out to a rally – and spur calls for greater protection

http://ow.ly/WEcg50xPpDw

“No Hate. No Fear.” “#JewishANDProud.” “America 2020 Not Germany 1933.” The signs were everywhere on a cold, clear day in Lower Manhattan. After a ser...

2019 was a tough year for safety on the city's streets. For the first time since Vision Zero was implemented in 2014, tr...
12/31/2019
Vision Zero's Bleak Year

2019 was a tough year for safety on the city's streets. For the first time since Vision Zero was implemented in 2014, traffic fatalities rose citywide.

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It was a challenging year under Vision Zero. For the first time since the street safety initiative was implemented in 2014, traffic fatalities have in...

Retired Army Brigadier General Loree Sutton launches a longshot bid to become NYC's first woman mayor http://ow.ly/GFYu5...
12/30/2019
A General's Next Campaign

Retired Army Brigadier General Loree Sutton launches a longshot bid to become NYC's first woman mayor

http://ow.ly/GFYu50xKeIt

After a decades-long career in the military, and the transient lifestyle that accompanied it, retired Army brigadier general Loree Sutton’s six years ...

Amid a growing sense of unease, residents, elected officials and experts hunt for solutions to homelessnesshttp://ow.ly/...
12/27/2019
Seeking Safer Streets

Amid a growing sense of unease, residents, elected officials and experts hunt for solutions to homelessness

http://ow.ly/TO7P50xIUQ7

Over the last year, Elizabeth Carr has witnessed a shift in her neighborhood on the Upper West Side. She and others have noticed encampments of homele...

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson announces a $1 million pilot program to help community college students get the meals...
12/24/2019
Fighting Food Insecurity at CUNY

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson announces a $1 million pilot program to help community college students get the meals they need.

http://ow.ly/PUUX50xHxHf

Food insecurity, defined by the United States Department of Agriculture as “the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe f...

Robert W. Snyder was just appointed to one of the city's most interesting and quirky jobs: Manhattan borough historian. ...
12/23/2019
Meet Your Manhattan Historian

Robert W. Snyder was just appointed to one of the city's most interesting and quirky jobs: Manhattan borough historian. He talks to Doug Feiden about his favorite neighborhood, block, street corner, historical period and subway line.

http://ow.ly/5IcN50xH0CP

His first vivid memory of Manhattan came as a three-year-old in the late 1950s when he visited the city from suburban New Jersey with his family and e...

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In Chelsea News: Manhattan, Corlears Head of School David Egolf and Corlears educators reflect on the second year of teaching kids during the pandemic. “Successfully bringing our enrolled children into the building with little disruption, despite the tremendous disruption happening around us, was extraordinary.”
Check out this awesome article written by one of our very own Occupational Therapists, Inna Babaeva, on how occupational therapy can help people who are visually impaired function in all their environments. Thank you Chelsea News: Manhattan for helping share the importance of the work that Inna and other OTs do every day to help the #LowVision community! http://www.chelseanewsny.com/news/ot-can-help-people-with-visual-impairments-FF1887777
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Thank you to Chelsea News: Manhattan for the sweet write-up for #NationalCheesecakeDay! http://www.chelseanewsny.com/news/a-slice-of-bliss-DK1729713
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“It has been challenging for everyone, but I think we should also be proud of having made it possible for children to be at school during this critical and challenging time. Teachers and administrators have been stretched in ways they never imagined, and all with the well-being of children at heart.” – David Egolf, Head of Corlears School in Chelsea News: Manhattan
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