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Week in Pictures for April 18

A slide show of photographs of the past week in New York City and the region includes a spring scene at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a meat market in the East Village and the funeral for a New York police officer. City Room

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Houses of the week

Sutton Place | $ 1.995 million Bedrooms: 2 | Bathrooms: 2 | Square feet: 1,600 | Maintenance: $ 3,783 This 1926 McKim, Meade and White building on East 57th Street, between First Avenue and Sutton Place, represents the gilded days of prewar living… Real Estate | New York Post

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Police Blotter, week of April 17, 2014

Teens’ bag snatched in Washington Market Park Three teens fell victim to a thief while they were playing basketball in a Tribeca park on April 12, police said. The boys, aged 13, 15 and 17, told cops that while they were shooting hoops in Washington Market Park around 4:30 p.m., they left their belongings in […]

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Transit Sam, Week of April 17, 2014

Thurs., April 17 – Wed., April 23 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE SUSPENDED THURSDAY, FRIDAY, MONDAY, AND TUESDAY FOR HOLY THURSDAY, GOOD FRIDAY, AND THE SEVENTH AND EIGHTH DAYS OF PASSOVER Lower Manhattanites, if you haven’t gotten caught in New York-bound Holland Tunnel traffic yet, remember that the New York-bound Pulaski Skyway (connecting Newark and […]

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Donatella Replacement Heartwood Opens Next Week

Donatella’s signature gold oven is now red. Restaurateur Nick Mautone, former Daniel baker Mark Fiorentino, and chef Bradford Thompson tell the New York Times not to expect red sauce or mozzarella cheese on the pizzas served at Heartwood, which opens Monday in the former Donatella space in Chelsea. What’s more is that the flashy gold […]

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Scene, Week of April 10, 2014

  Downtown Express photo by Milo Hess A few dozen protesters gathered at City Hall last week on April 2, the same day the U.S. Supreme Court struck down certain campaign donation limits in deciding McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. As a result, Shaun McCutcheon, an Alabama man, and other donors are no longer subject […]

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Just Do Art, Week of April 10, 2014

THE SECOND ANNUAL DOWNTOWN LITERARY FESTIVAL After last year’s well-attended and wordy (in a good way) inaugural event, McNally Jackson Books and Housing Works Bookstore Cafe are once again collaborating on the Downtown Literary Festival — a daylong celebration showcasing the literature and writers of New York City (with a focus on Downtown diversity and […]

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City Catholics Mark Beginning of Holy Week

Catholics here in the city celebrated the start of Holy Week with Palm Sunday services and a procession down Broadway in Lower Manhattan. NEWS – NY1

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Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: A Big Week for Jean-Georges and Wylie Dufresne

Each week, Grub Street surveys the entire restaurant landscape of New York, crunches the numbers, and comes up with this: A list of the most-talked-about, must-visit places in the city. They might be new, or they could be older places that have gotten a recent jolt of buzz. No matter what, these are the restaurants […]

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The Week in Pictures for April 11

Subjects include an airport workers’ march, smoky haze in New York and some of the first blooms of spring. City Room

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Subway: ‘Yoga mat chemical’ out of sandwiches by next week

The disclosure comes as Subway has suffered from an onslaught of bad publicity since a food blogger petitioned the chain to remove the ingredient. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Subway Says Yoga-Mat Chemical Will Be Gone From Its Bread by Next Week

The stores will still have that smell, though. Although there’s not much proof that the so-called “yoga-mat chemical” actually harms your health, Subway still promises that all traces of the ingredient will be removed from its bread by next week. The chain caved under pressure (or, in PR speak, accelerated “bread improvement efforts“) after Food […]

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Transit Sam, week of April 3, 2014

  Thurs., April 3 – Wed., April 9 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK A full weekend closure ahead on the Brooklyn Bridge! All Manhattan-bound lanes will close midnight Friday night to 6 a.m. Monday. Expect extra traffic in the Battery Tunnel and on the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges, and West St., […]

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Scoopy’s, Week of April 3, 2014

Saucy retort: “Rest in pizza,” an article about Little Italy facing extinction, was the New York Post’s page one story Sunday. Eight eateries have closed in the past year in the famous enclave, including seven along Mulberry St., the article reported, including the likes of S.P.Q.R., Positano Ristorante, La Bella Ferrara Cafe, Il Fornaio Ristorante […]

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First Cherry Blossom Bloom Expected This Week

First Cherry Blossom Bloom Expected This Week

It has been a brutal winter, one which truly pushed Gothamist writers to the brink of insanity (guzzling icy blood from a snowman’s skull will do that to you). Thankfully, the thongs are out now, and the temperatures will remain exceedingly pleasant this week, in the mid 50s to low 60s. Another sign of spring […]

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