By Joy Pape, FNP-C, CDCES, CFCN When Brian and I moved to New York from the Midwest, many people...Read More
Month: February 2023
Feb, 2023 | About Us
A lot of people have wondered why everyone got fired or left. It’s what Dusty wanted. She kept her loyalists and purged the rest. Like Trump firing staff. She has pushed out several contributors like Trump iced out those he feared. She is running the paper with or without George’s input. The last few issues were terrible and long. George would never do that.Read More
Feb, 2023 | About Us
The paper’s history, the staff rebellion, and the war of words playing out across the two papers (and being meticulously covered by the Village Sun) has been dramatic. What follows is a brief rundown of the dueling papers and the assemblage of local personalities, world historic events, and A-list celebrities caught in the crossfire.Read More
The $850 million project was planned to include 190 market-rate condos and 80 below-market apartments, with a five-story base of office, retail and community uses. Work on the site so far has involved excavation and removal of soil contaminated by a thermometer factory that once occupied the property.Read More
By Roger Paradiso The last time I got involved with New York University’s insatiable appetite for...Read More
Torah teaches members of the Jewish faith to remember the stranger because we were strangers in...Read More
Construction is progressing on the park, a new 5.5-acre public recreational space on the Hudson River waterfront in the West Village.Read More
Facing Broad Opposition, Landmarks Balks at Plan for Massive Excavation and Alterations at 131 and 131 1/2 Charles Street
Village Preservation led off testimony from the public, slamming the plan and pointing out concerns about the danger of the proposed excavation—especially in light of recent destruction of the landmarked 14 Gay Street and 351-55 West 14th Street/44-54 Ninth Avenue—and the inappropriateness of many of the planned alterations.Read More
By Arthur Z. Schwartz “A key health burden question for commuters and transit workers is whether...Read More
est 13th Street residents were amazed to find out that one of their neighbors, Charles McGonical, was not only a former Special Agent in Charge of the FBI New York Counterintelligence Division, but was also indicted and arrested for conspiring to commit money laundering and money laundering at the behest of a Russian oligarchRead More
People underestimate the time and effort needed to raise a well-behaved puppy and too many give up their pet. Adopting an older dog allows a better sense of personality and potential. Already passed the house training and teething stages, older dogs need less stimulation and exerciseRead More
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- Astro-Zodial DECEMBER 2023 Sagittarius/CapricornPeering into the festive Hudson-crystal ball shows a conglomeration of fire and earth as we approach year’s end.
Village Pet Pages
- Holiday Health TipsAs a medical team we want to share some ways to for people and pets to enjoy the holidays and prevent some hazards.
Joy in the Moment
- Expect Nothing! You won’t be let down.Have you ever looked forward to an occasion, be it time with someone, a trip, a gift, a holiday…you name it? Then, when it didn’t work out as expected, or better said, as you expected, then you felt let down?