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Check out the news from last week from around the neighborhood that we’ve summarized from other media outlets.
A couple out for a row in Central Park capsized while one was reaching for a wayward oar, forcing a Central Park Boathouse worker to row out and save them. (ABC News)
Kevin and Marina Krim are expecting a baby boy. Two of their children were killed last year in their 75th street apartment and their nanny is accused of their murder. “We are very happy to let you know that Marina is expecting a baby in the fall,” the couple wrote on Facebook on Thursday. “Nessie can’t wait to welcome her new baby brother. We are filled with many emotions as we look to the future, but the most important one is hope.” (NY Times)
A robber held up the Dunkin’ Donuts on 89th and Broadway at gunpoint on Sunday night. No one was injured and it’s not clear how much money the robber stole. (DNAinfo)
Jed Bernstein will be the new president of Lincoln Center. Among the big priorities: “renovating Avery Fisher Hall, home to the New York Philharmonic, and developing new audiences, education programs and its digital presence.” (NY Times)
Parents want the Beacon High School building to house a new middle school after the high school moves downtown in 2015. (DNAinfo)
Inez Dickens, who represents parts of the Upper West Side, has more than $48,000 in unpaid taxes, and the city plans to sell off some of her real estate debt to collectors. (NY Daily News)