November 3, 2011 Weather: Mostly Sunny, High of 60 Degrees.
The New York Historical Society will be unveiling its extensive renovations and new restaurant Caffe Storico to the public on Nov. 11.
In case you missed it Crumbs is giving away cupcakes to celebrate the opening of its new locations at 92nd Street and Broadway.
A march to support Occupy Wall Street starting in Washington Heights and ending at Zuccotti Park will make its way to Verdi Square at 72nd Street and Broadway around 1 or 1:30 p.m. on Monday. It’s a way for communities that have not been part of the demonstration to become a part of it. Political leaders like State Senator Adriano Espaillat are organizing it, and anyone can join up. Here’s your chance to join up if you missed the Pete Seeger march and have nothing else going on at 1 p.m. on a Monday.
Two young homeless Upper West Siders tell their story to a reporter. (Business Insider)
City politicians are pushing the state to allow the use of automated speeding cameras at stoplights. (Streetsblog)
Upper West Side politicians and other liberals are totally in love with Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren. (Capital NY)
March should stop at Riverside Church where in 1967 King shocked the world with US Wars are for maintaining “unjust predatory overseas investments.” “My Government is the Greatest Purveyor of Violence in the World.” Silence is Betrayal” “Everyone Must Protest” “Hottest Fires in Hell are for those who Maintain Neutrality.”
Carry King Portrait and works for inspiration education and protection from police violence
International Campaign for Awareness of King’s Condemnation of U.S. Wars and the “unjust overseas predatory investments they are meant to maintain.”