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You're Invited To Roosevelt Island Concerts Presentation Of Last Gasps Of Favorite Composers - Final Works Of Haydn, Webern & Mendelssohn Friday Augus Labels: Concert, Roosevelt Island Concerts. : Bespoke my Heart. Parties and SuppliesOn Roosevelt Island! ​Kids Birthdays ● Corporate Events Balloons ● Decor ● EntertainmentImagination Stations ● STEM PartiesShowers ● Favors ● InvitationsBanners ● Cake ToppersParty Rentals ● And more!

Developer who wants to raze abolitionist home in Brooklyn says he'll build a museum in basement Despite a series of last-minute preservation attempts after demolition plans for 227 Duffield Street were filed with the city's Department of Buildings in June, the 19th-century Downtown Brooklyn house with abolitionist ties remains endangered.

400K cozy upstate A-frame puts a modern angle on a lakeside cottage retreat This understated-yet-cool custom-crafted retreat, on the market for $395,000, isn't your average lakeside cottage. Built in 1965, the A-frame house at 39 Shore Road in the Columbia County hamlet of Ancram, N.Y. marries thorough modern renovations and considered design for a completely unique hideaway.

Dwell: 14 Sylvan Terrace Sold In July Harlem Bespoke: Number 14 Sylvan Terrace by 161st Street arrived on the market for $1.589 million in early spring, had a contract out in only 3 weeks and records now show that the charmer sold for exactly the asking in July.

Baseball Legend Cy Seymour's Final Resting Place David Pietrusza will discuss Seymour on August 24 at 1 pm, in the Albany Rural Cemetery's 1884 Chapel, as part of the "Who Are The People of Albany Rural Cemetery" series. After the talk, attendees will have the chance to visit Seymour's grave. Tickets are free, but donations are encouraged at the event.

See: Scared Of Revolution At Maysles Cinema Thursday, August 15th - Tuesday, August 20th, 7:30PM, Scared of Revolution, at Maysles Cinema, 343 Lenox Avenue by 127th Street. Umar Bin Hassan hasn't yet hit 70, but he walks with difficulty and there's sadness and fatigue in his eyes.

Read: Kitchenette Shutters On Amsterdam Harlem Bespoke: Kitchenette has been one of uptown's beloved comfort food eateries for over a decade but has shuttered as of last week.

The Name Is Jonus, Joe Jonus: Singer Celebrates 30th Birthday In James Bond Style In NYC Joe Jonas had a lavish James Bond-themed 30th birthday party at Cipriani Wall Street.

CBS2 Exclusive: Inside Look At How Crews Hang Giant American Flag Over George Washington Bridge CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis got an exclusive look at the intricate process behind making it fly to display our nation's patriotism. The American flag's broad stripes and bright stars represent the country's strength, pride and unity.

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Florida mom crashes into tanker in failed attempt to kill herself, sons: cops Melissa Gail Mack, 48, of Gainesville, sparked the fiery crash with her 4 and 6 year old sons in her van around 5:15 p.m. Friday, The Gainesville Sun reported. She was heading north when she suddenly drove into the southbound lanes in an attempt to strike a tanker truck carrying 330 tons of gasoline, according to the report.

Summer Streets - The Lo-Down : News from the Lower East Side NEWS FOOD ARTS MUSIC PARTNERS KIDS SHOPPING REAL ESTATE POLITICS CALENDAR Here was the scene during DOT's Summer Streets this past Saturday in Soho. Copyright  2009 - 2019 Lo-Down Productions LLC - All Rights Reserved. Terms of use. Privacy Policy. The Lo-Down is a registered trademark of Lo-Down Productions LLC.

Search On For Suspect After Couple Robbed At Gunpoint In Williamsburg Police said the suspect approached the 25-year-old victims around 3:40 a.m. on Kingsland Avenue near Woodpoint Road in Williamsburg. Surveillance video shows him display what appears to be a gun. Police said the suspect threatened to shoot the victims before stealing their purse, watch and $80.

Newark Water Emergency: Case Heads Back To Federal Court Arguments were presented last week, but the judge didn't reach a decision Friday. Court is expected to resume at 9:30 a.m. Public school and environmental advocates are fighting for door-to-door bottled water delivery in the eastern part of the city after it was discovered that some of the distributed water filters were not working.

Battery Dance celebrates Indian Independence Day The annual festival at Wagner Park celebrated international dance in a week’s worth of outdoor performances with the usual dramatic backdrop.

After Years of Vacancy, Ernesto's Spanish Restaurant Opening on East Broadway Way down East Broadway, at the corner of Montgomery Street, an upscale corner tenant is entering the fray. This after five years of apparent on-and-off storefront warehousing by a controversial landlord. Eater had the scoop last week, revealing that Quality Eats executive chef, Ryan Bartlow, is opening a new restaurant here at 259 East Broadway.

Post-It Solidarity in Chinatown for Hong Kong Protesters The splintered plywood on the perimeter of 282-286 Grand Street is now a makeshift statement of solidarity with protesters in Hong Kong. Within the last few days, a display of colorful Post-It notes appeared atop the weather-worn flybills, each with a message in Chinese or English.

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Iconic Tofu Shop Returned to Chinatown over the Weekend Two years after Fong Inn Too closed its doors, the family that runs the iconic tofu shop is back. Albeit in a new form and location. Paul Eng, part of the family that's run the business since 1933, debuted Fong On over the weekend at 81 Division Street, which is just a few blocks away from the Mott Street original.

Fire Hydrants Have Been New York's Cool Solution for 100 Years Once banned by the city, letting the waters flow is now a summer tradition.

The Dog Run Sealed the Deal "But it's a very different lifestyle." The Hamilton Park neighborhood, where rents tend to be lower than those in Newport and whose namesake park has a large dog run where they take Chico, seemed like an ideal place to look. "We wanted him to be social and good with other dogs," Ms.

Waste land: Local elected officials tell the city to move the garbage trucks from 10th Street Seco… Have a story idea or tip about something happening in the East Village? Or maybe a photo? Or several photos? Or video! We'd love to hear about it. Or see it. Or something. Please go here to submit a tip. Here, you'll find things that you may or may not be interested in about the East Village and other parts of New York City.

Cucina di Pesce teases return on Instagram Cucina di Pesce, the unpretentious seafood-focused Italian restaurant on Fourth Street between Second Avenue and the Bowery, closed last Sept. 23 after 32 years in business. The building at 87 E. Fourth St. had a new owner, and there was a rent increase for the restaurant space.

First rentals arrive on the market at Sioné, the new luxury building at 171 Suffolk First rentals arrive on the market at SionÃ, the new luxury building at 171 Suffolk Rentals are underway at SionÃ, Samy Mahfar's new luxury development at 255 E. Houston St./171 Suffolk St. We received an email about "preliminary VIP tours" beginning yesterday at the 14-floor building.

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