Section of Hudson River Bike Path Closed for 5 Weeks A section of the Hudson River Bike path was expected to be close on Monday and stay closed for about five weeks as the Department of Transportation fixes
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Morning Bulletin: Stunning Bird Alert, Philip Roth Apartment-Gawkers, Museum Reconsiders Exhibits March 25, 2019 Weather: Cloudy with a high of 52 degrees.
Gillibrand Kicks Off Campaign on UWS in Front of ‘A Shrine to Greed’ A sunny day and sizable crowd greeted Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on the Upper West Side on Sunday, as she kicked off her campaign for president
Get Smart, Get Involved! Local Town Halls on Vacant Storefronts, School Segregation, and State Politics There are lots of meetings and forums coming up where you can learn more about city and community issues, and participate in local politics.
Openings & Closings: New Amsterdam Burger Bar, Kosher Market, Bra Smyth Last year’s Kosher crisis is making way for this year’s Kosher revival.
Old homemade anchor mistaken for sea mine near Newton Creek This thing caused a big scare for people in Williamsburg, #Brooklyn: The #NYPD‘s bomb squad responded to a possible sea mine near Newtown Creek. Turns out, it was a homemade…
Morning Bulletin: Guilty Verdict in UWS Murder, Maga Saga at Jake’s Dilemma, Climate March March 18, 2019 Weather: Cloudy with a high of 46 degrees.
New Condo Rises on 95th Street, Boasting an Elevated Outdoor Park and Pet Spa A new condo development called ‘Dahlia’ at 212 West 95th Street is now selling apartments, with two, three and four bedroom homes
Two Men Stabbed at Dive 75 Bar A shouting match escalated into the stabbing of two men by a third man around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday morning at Dive 75, a bar located
Politicians Push for New Supermarket on Vacant Broadway Corner Politicians are asking a local landlord to rent a vacant storefront on 68th Street and Broadway to a new supermarket-operator, because
West Siders Face Off at Meeting Over Development Tactic that Lifts Building Heights Representatives from the Department of City Planning faced a packed and vocal crowd during a recent presentation to Manhattan Community Board 7
Update: White Powder Found at UWS Post Office Draws Large Emergency Response, But Powder Deemed Harmless White powder was found in the lobby of the Post Office at 215 West 104th Street on Friday night, but after a Hazmat team
Openings & Closings: Daily Provisions, Design Within Reach, Boucherie A new cafe and classic French food are on their way.
Lincoln Center to Host Block Party with Free Events for 60th Anniversary Lincoln Center turns 60 this May and to celebrate it’s holding a block party on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Spotted on the UWS: Small Acts of Political Expression Upper West Siders have quietly, and not so quietly, been making their opinions known about politics for decades. In recent days, readers