Tag Archive | "scene"

Scene, Week of Dec. 11, 2014

Near Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Nolita, graffiti on a lamppost base painted a picture of smartphone-addicted posture in the 21st century. The Villager Newspaper

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Downtown Express photos by Josh Rogers The new security barriers on Liberty St., top and bottom photo. At middle, is the new open area on West St., near One World Trade Center, left.

The new W.T.C. scene

Downtown Express photo by Josh RogersOne of many visitors who took a picture of the now open One World Trade Center this week. BY JOSH ROGERS  |  People on Vesey St.  were stopping to click their phone cameras at a rate of 10 or so a minute Monday, the first day office workers came to […]

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David Waltuck returns to NYC scene with Elan

For foodies, it’s like seeing Elvis back onstage. After quitting the restaurant scene he conquered with the much-worshiped Chanterelle, David Waltuck is behind the stove again. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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New audio from scene of girl, 9, who killed instructor with Uzi

Newly released 911 audio paints a vivid sound picture of the desperate scene at an Arizona gun range where a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot her instructor with Uzi, killing him. The girl told investigatiors the gun was too much for her and that it had hurt her shoulder. New York News – NY Daily News

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Scene, Week of Aug. 7, 2014

Something strange is going on around here!… Seen last week in Tribeca, a mailbox looked like it was walking away, while a fire hydrant had its top on upside-down. The Villager Newspaper

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Scene, Week of July 24, 2014

Perhaps having drifted up on a “sea of love,” a piano was beached in the sand under the Brooklyn Bridge’s Manhattan side. The Villager Newspaper

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One Idiot's Attempt to Infiltrate New York City's Underground Arcade Scene

One Idiot's Attempt to Infiltrate New York City's Underground Arcade Scene I might have overestimated what it meant to "infiltrate" the "underground" "scene" of New York City arcades. I say this because the idea for this story was based on this one rainy Saturday afternoon, 6 years ago, when I stumbled into an arcade in […]

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Scene City: Tribute to ‘A Chorus Line’ and Marvin Hamlisch at Shakespeare in the Park Gala

The Public Theater pays tribute to “A Chorus Line” and its composer, Marvin Hamlisch, during its annual Shakespeare in the Park gala. NYT > Theater

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Pro Frisbee Puts New Spin on N.Y. Sports Scene

Interest has grown in ultimate Frisbee, the laid-back sport long popular in college intramural leagues. For two seasons, New York has had not one, but two, teams playing in rival pro leagues. WSJ.com: Newyork Main

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Scene Unseen: A ‘Rent’ Duo, Now Reunited

The first in a new series of never-before-seen theater photographs features a 1996 image of Idina Menzel and Anthony Rapp in the musical “Rent.” NYT > Theater

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Crime Scene: ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ Is Based on Book By Policeman-Demonologist

A new horror film, “Deliver Us From Evil,” is based on a book by Ralph Sarchie, now retired, who in his spare time investigated cases of possession and helped perform exorcisms. NYT > N.Y. / Region

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First Responders at Scene of Bronx River Water Rescue

Fire officials say two people have been pulled from the Bronx River this afternoon, one of whom is said to be in critical condition. NEWS – NY1

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Crime Scene: With No Body, Police Sought Murder Clues Elsewhere

Detectives shared details of the mysterious case of Ramona Moore, after she made the rare transition from missing person to suspected murder victim without ever turning up. NYT > N.Y. / Region

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Scene, Week of June 5, 2014

Percussionists tapped into the beat of Tompkins Square Park on Sunday afternoon.  The Villager Newspaper

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Scene 2, Week of June 5, 2014

An ornamental window grille in Soho amid afternoon sunlight made for some found geometry. The Villager Newspaper

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