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Inside Jonathan Adler's Duplex, an Ever-Changing Creative Lab Packed With His Own Creations

On a few weekends each year, an arts and crafts fair sets up shop along University Place, a narrow, leafy street in New York's Greenwich Village that borders the apartment building where designer Jonathan Adler and his husband, the designer and author Simon Doonan, live. Show More Summary

Bob Dylan's never-before-seen draft for 'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall' offered at Sotheby's

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

In 1962, in a small room above the legendary Gaslight Folk Club in Greenwich Village, New York, the 21-year-old Bob Dylan, hunched at a typewriter, wrote what is widely considered one of the greatest songs in the history of rock music. Show More Summary

Sheen Center Announces Lineup for Opening Festival

A new arts center in Greenwich Village run by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York aims to attract Catholics and non-Catholics alike.

Photos: Until Dogs Can Bike, Here's The Best Use Of Dogs And Citi Bike

Dog walkers can make a lot of money, anywhere from $10 to $30 per half hour per dog. Which is why we applaud this master dog walker, spotted in Greenwich Village, because his ingenious integration of bike share and pack-walking is breathtaking. [ more › ]

'Sex And The City' Author Lists Her Incredible NYC Apartment

The Greenwich Village home of Candace Bushnell, creator of the newspaper columns that inspired the popular "Sex and the City" series, may have found a buyer.  Bushnell listed the property at $2.6 million, and the real estate agency has labeled the home as in contract. Show More Summary

Joanna Newsom: Sapokanikan

Bearing the Native American name for what is now Greenwich Village, this epic single from Joanna Newsom’s upcoming album Divers references Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poetry and contemplates intention, ambition and legacy.

Health Tip: The Next Time Government Gives You Dietary Advice, Do the Opposite

In “Sleeper,” Woody Allen plays Miles Monroe, a cryogenically frozen owner of a Greenwich Village health food store who, when defrosted in the year 2173, finds himself in an authoritarian

Adidas's Fashion Sneakers Continue to Sell Well

Walking around Greenwich Village — or, as Fran Lebowitz calls it, "NYU-istan" — I must see at least a dozen pairs of black-striped Adidas Superstars a day. As it turns out, they're not the only ones buying up the rubber-soled shoes: Sales of Adidas Originals and Neos — that is, Adidas's more... Continue reading

Powerful First Trailer For “Stonewall” Captures Turbulent Gay Life In ’60s NYC

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

A few weeks ago we saw initial stills from Roland Emmerich’s upcoming film Stonewall, and today the trailer was released. Since New York’s Greenwich Village has changed considerably in the four-plus decades since queer people fought back against police brutality, Emmerich’s film was shot on elaborately-detailed sound stages in Montreal. With a screenplay by Jon Robin […]

Sandwich Heroes Court Street Grocers Will Open a New Shop in Greenwich Village

Sasha Noe, Matt Ross, and Eric Finkelstein in their new location. Court Street Grocers owners Eric Finkelstein and Matt Ross have built a business out of digging deep into Americana, stocking the shelves of their Carroll Gardens original with a collector’s haul of regional comestibles and serving over-the-top sandwiches inspired by American classics. Show More Summary

NY music college grooves up its faculty

Mannes is moving next month from the Upper West Side to join New School in Greenwich Village. The aim is less Brahms, more contemporary. To that end, the college has gone out hiring, among others: Composers Lowell Liebermann, Missy Mazzoli (pictured) and David Little, violinist Miranda Cuckson, cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, pianist Jeremy Denk, Met concertmaster […]

Rasheed & The Jazz Collective Performing ‘The Way You Look Tonight’ on a Warm Summer Day in New York City

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Walking through Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village yesterday we came across Rasheed & The Jazz Collective performing a wonderful 22 minute version of “The Way You Look Tonight”, the perfect soundtrack for a warm summer day in New York City. Several times during the song Rasheed plays a solo on two trumpets at the […]

Candace Bushnell's Greenwich Village Apartment Back on the Market at $2.6 Million — Design News

Pin it Sex and the City writer Candace Bushnell relisted her Greenwich Village one bedroom for $2.6 million this month. The prewar co-op was listed three years ago, and also formerly on the rental market for $8,000 a month. READ MOR...

This Month, We Watched The Pope of Greenwich Village with Actor Pat Healy

Every month we let someone help Jeff Bayer round out his film education. This month it's well-traveled actor Pat Healy.

A Documentary That Disappeared 40 Years Ago Reveals Exactly What The Clinton Campaign Is Missing

For only five nights in the fall of 1973, a documentary called “Year of the Woman” played at the Fifth Avenue Cinema in Greenwich Village. Crowds lined up around the block. Arthur Schlesinger Jr., described it as “the greatest combination...Show More Summary

Elderly Man Attacked By Alleged Scissors-Wielding Homeless Woman In Greenwich Village

A 72-year-old man was attacked by a homeless woman wielding a pair of scissors while walking in Greenwich Village this week, according to police. [ more › ]

Sneak peek! Julia Roberts lists her 'magical' Manhattan pad

Julia Roberts has listed her three-bedroom Greenwich Village apartment, which includes multiple terraces for enjoying the skyline.

Remembering Theodore Bikel – Greater Than Zero

To a  Jew growing up in New York in the 1950s and ’60s, Theodore Bikel was bigger than Zero Mostel, bigger than Peter, Paul & Mary, bigger than Yul Brynner. He was Broadway, Greenwich Village and Hollywood turned out  in one very good looking package, with lefty-unionist credentials an added plus. Show More Summary

‘Stonewall’, Director Roland Emmerich’s LGBT Drama, Sets September Release Date

Roadside Attractions will bow Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall about the 1969 Greenwich Village riots that started America's LGBT rights movement on Sept. 25. Back in March, Roadside announced that they acquired U.S. rights. For EmmerichShow More Summary

Amanda’s California-Inspired New York Apartment — House Tour

Pin it Name: Amanda Holstein and her dog, Auggie Location: Greenwich Village; New York, NY Size: 400-450 square feet Years lived in: 1 year; Rented Amanda lives on a great street in Manhattan, full of life and energy. When you walk into...Show More Summary

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