Monday Bulletin: Arts Orgs Get Amazonian Bonanza, Central Park Mega Concert, Second Gentleman in Town

MacKenzie Scott, who was formerly married to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, cannot give her money away fast e … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Socialist Penguins, Jeffrey Toobin’s Return, Best Sandwich

Protests over planned tuition raises at The Julliard School resulted in students being barred from a campus bui … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Two Subway Slashings, Doorman Vaccine Debate, Cupcake Acquisition

There were two recent subway slashings in the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: To Heli and Back, Cold Case Leads to UWS, Billionaires’ Row Homeless Shelter

"Like many of my neighbors on the Upper West Side I profoundly dislike and resent the tour helico … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Post-Covid Psychotherapy, Open Air Opera, Park Harassment Allegations

COVID forced psychotherapy online with mixed results, according to Ginia Bellafante in The New York Times. While some communic … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: The Decaying of Riverside Park, A Snarky Yogi, Broadway at Tavern on the Green

The decaying of Riverside Park is widespread, dangerous and daunting, writes Justin Davidson in Cu … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: The Upper West Side’s ‘Trash Walker,’ Another Central Park Dispute, Two Duplexes for Sale

A 30-year-old Upper West Side woman went from a corporate job to combing through the neighborhood’s … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Sensual Lox-Slicing; Statue Vandalized; Private School Angst

91-year-old Len Berk, Zabar's most famous lox-slicer, is back after a yearlong hiatus amid the pand … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Levain Freezes Over; 91st Street Plans Reveal Rooftop Pool; An ‘Edited’ Life

Levain bakery, with locations on 74th and on Amsterdam Avenue between 76th and 77th, is an UWS legend, and now the cookies that locals … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Softball Coach Defects; ATVs ‘Terrorize’ Neighbors, Bee Hives Proliferate, School Lawsuit

Baseball season has begun and the boys team from LaGuardia High School (65th and Amsterdam) is out practicing hard with their new … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: A Painting Reunion; Affordable Housing On Its Way; Robberies; A Babka Birthday

A retrospective of Alice Neel's paintings is showing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and some of those paintings were done in "a large apartment on the Upper West … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Virus Spike; Restored Litter Baskets; Volunteers Honored; Potsdam or Bust

New Jersey and New York now rank No. 1 and 2 in new coronavirus infections per capita among U.S. s … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Anti-Asian Sentiment on the UWS; Grad Student Strike; Section 8 Discrimination; Museum Addition Rising

“Recent violence against Asian women is shining overdue light on longstanding, harmful stereotype … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Columbia Application Boom, A Hug Prescription; Cuomo’s ‘Toxic’ Culture

After both were vaccinated, a New York grandma needed extra reassurance that it was okay to hug her grown … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Concierge Wants Shot; Tofutti Inventor Dies; Liam Neeson Greets; Millennials Become Big Tippers

A concierge in an Upper West Side apartment building is frustrated because hotel workers can now get vacci … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Head Start Hero; Opera Tragedy; Fruit Man Gets the Jab

The Head Start program for underprivileged preschoolers, launched in the 1960s with President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Po … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Garrison Keillor UWS Poetry; Cigarette Sparks Deadly Fire

Garrison Keillor is living far from Lake Wobegon — as he put it in the New Hampshire Union-Leader — “in the liberal tribal reservation of Manhattan’s Upper … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Birding Debate, Vaccine Snafus, Central Park’s Cash Crunch

There’s a debate going on within the birding community, brought about by the three rare and magnificent avian sp … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Micro-Wedding Space, Congressman’s Covid Advice, Middle Schoolers to Go Back

City Hall is closed. The Boathouse in Central Park is closed. Where is a couple supposed to get married — in person, sans masks, with guests — these pandemic d … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: A Snowy Owl; Franken For Mayor; The Hokey-Pokey

Was the appearance of a rare snowy owl on a ball field in northern Central Park last week an omen of a blizzard to … Read the rest of this entry >>

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