May 2014

May 2, 2014: Plans for 9/11 monument to first responders and survivors; FiDi retail scene; Selling off New York City to high-end development


May 5, 2014: Affordable housing for Manhattan?; Battery Park City in bloom: trillium

May 7, 2014: Pier A opening delayed until July; Knickerbocker Chamber Orchestra evokes a town called "Auschwitz"

May 9, 2014: Inside the Stuyvesant High School Community Center; Brunch on the Shearwater


May 12, 2014: 9/11 Museum dedication opens old wounds; BPC Parks Conservancy launches 2014 season with 'Go Fish'

May 14, 2014: National September 11 Memorial Museum Preview; Battery Park City in bloom: Star of Bethlehem

May 16, 2014: National September 11 Memorial Museum opens; Wraps soon to come off of Howard Hughes proposals for the South Street Seaport


May 19, 2014: New West Side ferry service links midtown and downtown; Elizabeth Berger Plaza planted and painted

May 21, 2014: Fleet Week returns to New York City; Paris Cafe celebrates reopening and Brooklyn Bridge birthday; South Street Seaport Museum's schooners, Pioneer and Lettie G. Howard, sailing again

May 23, 2014: Food trucks on Fulton Street; Turmoil at Southbridge Towers; Gateway Plaza tenants to get heat and accurate electric bills


May 26, 2014: Urban Renewal Plan may be stumbling block for Howard Hughes Seaport tower proposal; Battery Park City in bloom: columbine

May 28, 2014: Hudson Eats opens; New executive director for Asphalt Green; In memorium: Percy Corcoran


 


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April 2014

April 2, 2014: A time to plant trees in Battery Park City; Fabergé eggs; Downtown Little League season opens

April 4, 2014: Comptroller's Office audit of EDC shows 'weaknesses;' Damon Runyon stair run at 4 World Trade Center


April 7, 2014: Manhattan Borough President Brewer breaks the mold; Downtown Little League's sunny opening day

April 9, 2014: Coming attractions at Governors Island; Gale Brewer calls for an end to "ambushes on our history;" Friends of Delury Square Park seek volunteers

April 11, 2014: Four new appointments to Community Board 1; Seaport Working Group hears from Landmarks Preservation Commission


April 14, 2014: Visiting Nurse Service withdraws support for TimeBank; Springtime in Rockefeller Park

April 16, 2014: Battery Park City's yoshino cherry trees in bloom; Paid sick leave law takes effect

April 18, 2014: Hornblower Cruises offers multilingual harbor tours; Seaport Working Group update


April 21, 2014: Southbridge Towers residents get offering plan; New North End Grill chef

April 23, 2014: Seaport Working Group nears end of its deliberations; Community Board 1 gets expert advice on rat control

April 25, 2014: Julie Menin named Consumer Affairs Commissioner; Manhattan Sailing School season begins


April 28, 2014: Stuyvesant High School Community Center will stay open; Illustrated Courtroom at World Trade Art Gallery

April 30, 2014: Landmarks Preservation Commission cool to Howard Hughes Corp.'s Fulton Market building plans; 225th anniversary of George Washington's first inauguration