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Somebody Chained A Plain Wooden Cross On NYC’s Gay Street So The Neighbors Made Some Improvements

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The HuffPost reports: On Good Friday, a mysterious giant wooden cross appeared on Gay Street in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City, chained and locked to an apartment gate. Over the next nine days, the cross’ owner would...Show More Summary

Bob Dylan's Early Days in New York: 17 Intimate Photos of 20-Year-Old Folk Singer Inside His First Apartment

In November 1961, Bob Dylan was just 20 years old, a young folk Singer on the cusp of fame. His first paid performances, at Gerde’s Folk City in New York’s Greenwich Village, were starting to attract interest. His first review had just come out, a surprising rave in the New York Times, which said, “Mr. Show More Summary

Keith Richards Re-Lists Manhattan Duplex (EXCLUSIVE)

Rolling Stones icon Keith Richards has engaged the services of a second high-profile real estate agent to help sell his duplex apartment in a plummy Art Deco building in lower Manhattan’s Greenwich Village that’s languished on the market for more than a year with a price tag of $12.23 million. The approximately 2,700-square-foot aerie, a... Read more »

Someone Chained A Cross To Gay Street In NY. What Happened Next Was Beautiful.

On Good Friday, a mysterious giant wooden cross appeared on Gay Street in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City, chained and locked to an apartment gate. Over the next nine days, the cross’ owner would return and chainShow More Summary

Everything Is Exactly What It Seems With the Cast of Wizards of Waverly Place Reuniting

Wizards of Waverly Place, Larry David’s least-favorite teen show that’s universally despised by Greenwich Village–dwellers for its unrealistic representation of prime Washington Square Park real estate (they own an unpopular sandwich shop, c’mon!) had a nice reunion this weekend at David Henrie’s wedding. (Yup, a wedding. We’re getting old.) The ... More »

Bruce Langhorne, guitarist who inspired Bob Dylan to write ‘Mr. Tambourine Man,’ dies at 78

He was a mainstay of the 1960s folk scene in Greenwich Village and performed on Dylan’s seminal album “Bringing It All Back Home.”

An Artful New Restaurant Brings Southern Charm to NYC

Photo by Reid Rolls The West Village’s new 33 Greenwich helps to modernize the all-American diner… Anush Benliyan

'Welcome to New York': Taylor Swift's former rental is waiting for you

No "Bad Blood" here: The Greenwich Village townhouse — widely reported to be Taylor Swift's temporary home while she was renovating her posh Tribeca pad — just hit the market for $24.5 million. Read moreLinking Blogs | Comments

A Lengthy Conversation With Alec Baldwin On Redemption, The Media, NYC Politics & Donald Trump

Earlier this month, I got the chance to sit down with Alec Baldwin in Greenwich Village to discuss what it's like to have the leader of the free world hate your guts and publicly trash you. [ more › ]

The Couple Who Owned A Greenwich Village Building And Rented Only To Creative Artists

When the Frosts moved into their building, the Village was still a thriving creative enclave. The neighborhood became a sort of engine for Western culture after World War II, with Beats, artists, musicians and oddballs flooding the cheap, drafty rooms in rundown brownstones. On Ninth Street alone lived Dawn Powell, Marianne Moore, Astor Piazzolla, Barbra Streisand, […]

The New York Building Inhabited Entirely by Creative People

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A group of friends in a townhouse on East Ninth Street live a vestige of Greenwich Village’s cultural past.

Opening Night At The New Quad Cinema: An In-Depth Report

As you may have heard, Greenwich Village's Quad Cinema, the independent movie house and the city's first multiplex, reopened last week after a much needed, nearly two-year renovation. We know from a sneak preview that the design of the place, punctuated throughout by Paula Scher's branding and signage, is both elegant and playful. Show More Summary

Dylan’s ‘Mr Tambourine Man’ has died

The death has been reported of Bruce Langhorne, Greenwich Village folk guitarist and friend of Bob Dylan, inspiration of his song, ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’. Langhorne played several tracks on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan album. Aged 7, he spent the last two years in a care home, following a double-stroke.

Crazed man shoves 22-year old woman onto NYC subway tracks

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A crazed straphanger groped a 22-year-old woman on a Greenwich Village subway platform, then shoved her onto the tracks, police said.

Step Inside The Newly Renovated Quad Cinema, NYC's Original Multiplex

The Quad Cinema—NYC's first-ever multiplex—is back, baby. The Greenwich Village movie theater, which originally opened in 1972, has been closed for just about two years while it has undergone renovations. On Friday the OG multiplex reopens...Show More Summary

The 'Chipotle For Pizza' Is Opening In Williamsburg & Greenwich Village This Spring

This isn't the ideal time to compare oneself to a struggling business dealing with the fallout of a large public health crisis, but a California pizza chain that dubs itself the "Chipotle for pizza" has signed leases for two NYC locations to open this spring. Show More Summary

New West Village Restaurant Offers A Deconstructed Muffaletta

In keeping with the long tradition of naming your restaurant after your street address—there are worse ways to go about this process—33 Greenwich makes its debut Wednesday night in the West Village. For his second restaurant, Danny Volk...Show More Summary

Neighborhood Joint: A Bookstore With High Concepts, Low Prices and Tight Quarters

Politics and poetry dominate Unoppressive Non-Imperialist Bargain Books in Greenwich Village, which shares space with a comic book shop.

Restaurant Review: Adventure (Try a Goat’s Head?) Is Still on the Menu at Babbo

Mario Batali’s Greenwich Village perennial has kept its robust style but lost a bit of the old finesse.

Sennheiser Shows the Future of Work in NYC

Sennheiser and furniture company Wilkhahn recently held a press conference at their pop-up store in Greenwich Village, NY where the audience was treated to great content and the ability to try some of the company's high-end audio products.The...Show More Summary

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