PORTRAIT OF A NEIGHBOR: THEODORE DIXON

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Editor’s Note: As part of a regular West Side Rag series, artist Michelle Hill interviews and draws Upper West Siders. This is the eleventh installme … Read the rest of this entry >>

A WRITER SHARES 1980′S UWS MEMORIES, AND ASKS FOR YOURS

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Editor's note: Lifelong Upper West Side resident Jeannine Jones is writing her graduate thesis on how the neighborhood has changed sinc … Read the rest of this entry >>

PORTRAIT OF A NEIGHBOR: PAUL R.

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Editor’s Note: As part of a regular West Side Rag series, artist Michelle Hill interviews and draws Upper West Siders. This is the tenth installment in our Portrait of a Neighbor se … Read the rest of this entry >>

A WEST SIDE RAG COLUMNIST IS LEAVING THE UPPER WEST SIDE; HERE’S WHY

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Editor's Note: Malcolm Carter, a columnist for West Side Rag and real estate broker who specialized in Upper West Side properties, is about to depart the Upper West Side … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘THE MARBLE SEASON’ AND OTHER UPPER WEST SIDE MEMORIES FROM THE 1930′S

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Editor's Note: Author Lyla Blake Ward is writing a book about growing up on the Upper West Side in the 30's and 40's, and wants to know if any of our re … Read the rest of this entry >>

RECIPES: WHAT TO DO WITH ALL THOSE APPLES

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Editor’s Note: Upper West Side personal chef Elyse Prince writes an occasional column for West Side Rag about recipes using ingredients you can buy locally. By Elyse P … Read the rest of this entry >>

RECIPES: TWO SOUPS FOR THE FALL

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Editor's Note: Upper West Side personal chef Elyse Prince plans to write an occasional column about recipes using ingredients you can buy loc … Read the rest of this entry >>

PORTRAIT OF A NEIGHBOR: BARRY KLODA

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Editor’s Note: As part of a regular West Side Rag series, artist Michelle Hill interviews and draws Upper West Siders. This is the eighth installment in our Portrait of a Neighbor series. Portrait of Barry Kloda Where were you born? [&hel … Read the rest of this entry >>

WEEKEND COLUMN: SOME RESTAURANTS HAVE DOUBLE IDENTITIES

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Editor's Note: Below, Stan Solomon takes a look at DBA's, the names that restaurants use that often differ from their legal names. And at the bottom, there's a … Read the rest of this entry >>

PORTRAIT OF A NEIGHBOR: FRANCINE ALFANDARY

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Editor’s Note: As part of a regular West Side Rag series, artist Michelle Hill interviews and draws Upper West Siders. This is the seventh installment in our Portrait of a Neighbor se … Read the rest of this entry >>

YOU ARE WHAT YOU RIDE; I RIDE A VESPA

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By Katie Barry Clinging to the obliques of an Italian man zig-zagging around the Tuscan countryside, I knew that one day it would be mine: a Vespa. My history with w … Read the rest of this entry >>

PORTRAIT OF A NEIGHBOR: EILEEN MARZOLA

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Editor’s Note: As part of a regular West Side Rag series, artist Michelle Hill interviews and draws Upper West Siders. This is the sixth installment in our Portrait of a Neighbor series. By Michelle Hill Eileen Marzola, born in Cleveland. [&hel … Read the rest of this entry >>

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