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Man hit by sightseeing bus in Greenwich Village: officials

9 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The man was hospitalized after he was struck and pinned by a sightseeing tour bus in Greenwich Village Friday afternoon.

Sarah Jessica Parker lost a bundle on the sale of her Greenwich Village townhouse

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick lost almost $750,000 on the sale of their single-family townhouse in New York's Greenwich Village. And that's before you factor in renovation costs. According to Curbed, the couple bought the property in 2011 for almost $19 million, renovated it, and put it back on the market a year later for $25 million. Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: NYU Will Gobble Up Greenwich Village Parkland

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NYU gets a key win in favor of its Greenwich Village expansion, one lawsuit remains

New York University defeated an attempt to block its $6 billion expansion plan in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, leaving just one lawsuit in the way of a massive development in the historic... To view the full story, click the title link.

Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange’ Movie Will Include One Very Important Landmark

Despite it having become one of New York's swankest, most expensive neighborhoods, Marvel's Doctor Strange will be keeping his sorcerer's lair in modern-day Greenwich Village.

Milestone year: A timeline of major LGBT victories

The Stonewall Riots, in which gay activists and bar patrons of Greenwich Village's Stonewall Inn formed a resistance against a discriminatory police raid on June 28, 1969, are widely considered to have galvanized the modern LGBT rights...Show More Summary

Molly Pope Likes Your Status

last weekLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Photo by Allison Michael Orenstein The Duplex, located in New York City's Greenwich Village, has hosted many celebrities on its quaint stage. Joan Rivers, Woody Allen, Barbra Streisand, and Rodney Dangerfield are just a handful of performers who have tested their acts and proved their mettle in the West Village location. Show More Summary

Her Father’s City, and His Daughter’s

Metropolitan Diary: A girl and her father showed each other their respective New Yorks; hers was Greenwich Village; his the World Trade Center.

New York City Makes Stonewall Inn a Landmark

The Greenwich Village bar, where patrons fought back against a police raid on June 28, 1969, is often credited as the birthplace of the modern gay rights movement.

New York City Makes Stonewall Inn a Landmark

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

The Greenwich Village bar, where patrons fought back against a police raid on June 28, 1969, is often credited as the birthplace of the modern gay rights movement.

Stonewall Inn named an official New York City landmark

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, the cradle of the gay rights movement, received official landmark status from the city Tuesday.

BREAKING: Stonewall Inn Declared NYC Landmark

last weekLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Photo: Spencer Platt / Getty New York City’s landmarks commission today voted to grant official status to the Stonewall Inn, the Greenwich Village bar often credited as the birthplace of the modern LGBT rights movement. The vote wasShow More Summary

New York's Stonewall Inn To Get Official Landmark Status

NEW YORK (AP) — New York City's landmarks commission has voted to grant official status to the Stonewall Inn, the Greenwich (GREN'-ich) Village bar where resistance to a police raid sparked the modern gay rights movement. The unanimous...Show More Summary

Stonewall Inn Voted a NYC Landmark: VIDEO

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

New York City’s famed Stonewall Inn was today voted an historic landmark by New York City’s landmarks commission. The Greenwich Village bar is today considered to be the birthplace of the modern gay rights movement. The AP reports: The un… The post Stonewall Inn Voted a NYC Landmark: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.

Dove Parlour’s Going Out in Style on June 28

Sad times. Thompson Street's Dove Parlour — a tiny 11-year-old cocktail bar beloved by its Greenwich Village neighbors — announced back in April that it would close as a result of a sharp rent hike. (Of course.) Customers were hopeful...Show More Summary

Color Photographs of Street Scenes of Berkeley and Oakland, California in the 1970s

When Richard Friedman came to Berkeley from Greenwich Village in 1968 to take a job at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab, it took a while for his eyes to adjust. One of the first photographs he took in the city shows a street with the hillsShow More Summary

Hot New Pics – Sonja Morgan, Andy Cohen, NeNe Leakes And More

It’s hot photo Friday! Above:  Sonja Morgan performed a caburlesque act (as Marilyn Monroe) for Watch What Happens Live producer Anthony Lella’s 30th birthday that was attended by Andy Cohen at SONO in Greenwich Village.  The 2015 affAR...Show More Summary

Greenwich Village Institution Joe's Pizza Coming To Williamsburg

King of slice joints Joe's Pizza will be arriving on Williamsburg's Bedford Avenue this month, marking the third location of "The Greenwich Village Institution." Owner Joe Pozzuoli Jr. shared the news with Eater, who report that the pizzeria will take over the space at 216 Bedford Avenue at North 5th Street, formerly home to seedy dive bar The Plank. Show More Summary

New York Homeless Man Charged with Attempted Murder in Anti-Trans Subway Hate Crime

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

A 32-year-old homeless man has been arrested and charged with hate crimes for allegedly pushing a transgender woman onto the train tracks at the Greenwich Village station platform on Monday, Reuters reports: Rolan Reid, 32, was arrested on Friday on...

Homeless Man Charged With Hate Crime in Attack on Transgender Woman

A homeless man has been arrested after he allegedly pushed a transgender woman onto the subway tracks in Greenwich Village earlier this week, Reuters reports. Police said Saturday he had been charged with second-degree attempted murder as a hate crime. Read more...

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