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 Walking around SoHo these days reminds you that the glass and steel


WhenThursday, November 10 at 2pm
Where: NYC Department of Buildings, 280 Broadway at Chambers Street
Who: State Senator Daniel Squadron
          Assemblymember Deborah Glick
          Borough President Gale Brewer 

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 Aspiring Astronauts Challenged to Push their Physical and Mental Limits via Cable Robot Virtual Reality Landing Experience, Virtual Reality Mars Surface Walk and More 

 


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White male privilege will not stop rearing its ugly head. Brock Turner, a 19 year old former student and now (thankfully) registered sex offender, raped an unconcious woman at a college party on January 18th, 2015. He was convicted on three charges of felony sexual assualt, which holds the potential of up to 14 years, but only recieved a sentence of six months.


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 Recently, more interested in knowing why there was a line on the periphery of SoHo, not even close to the once cobblestoned West Broadway thoroughfare, lines started forming around 10 a.m. on Broome Street and 6th Avenue. It seemed like an anomaly. There were no designer clothing sales like Barney's and SoHo isn't particularly known for people willing to line up for anything. Not any more. 


On a beautiful, warm, sunny morning in Greenwich Village parents and children gathered on Friday to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2016 at P.S. 3. In typical downtown style the casual, colorful dress of parents, teachers and students lined up for seats while some who expected to have to stand during the ceremony had a bite at the Hudson Diner or Oscar’s. As it turned out it wasn’t necessary to get on line because there were seats for everyone.