Outrage over The Sanctuary’s Halloween bash swelled on Monday. Residents from as far as a quarter-mile away complained about noise. RIOC claimed PSD had everything under control, but a resident hotly disputes that, calling it an “absolute lie.” Video supports the resident. “This is infuriating,” wrote Asha on a post
Wegmans opens in New York City, and it really is a big deal. But critics say we are going backwards, bringing upstate car culture to unprepared urban streets. There’s more to Wegmans opening in the Brooklyn Navy Yard than greater variety and more inventory. There’s cars feeding a shared 700
Art Inspired by Louis Kahn: Last year, Louis Kahn’s “era defining” architecture earned a show at the Design Museum of London. For 2019, it’s Roosevelt Island’s Gallery RIVAA, and Kahn’s influence on contemporary art. Photo credit: all pictures courtesy of Tad Sudol, Gallery RIVAA Contemporary art inspired by Louis Kahn
Back to Damnation Island book talk gets bigger. Stacy Horn’s book, Damnation Island, recalls some dark history from Roosevelt Island. Last December, Horn talked about her book at the library, but now, her new talk needs more space. Back to Black (well’s) fills the Chapel of the Good Shepherd on
Roosevelt Island is too short. Like a relatively tiny NFL quarterback, Roosevelt Island’s ambitions exceed its possibilities, but no one fesses up to a scam gone on too long. When he was an NFL quarterback, Doug Flutie’s passes shot up out of a shrinking wall of linebackers and lineman, source
CCNYC grants for community groups offer $2,000,000 for “initiatives aimed at improving the local quality of life.” Here’s how to get our neighborhood a slice. On our East River slice of rock, a community garden brings nature closer, and live theatre enriches culture. But lesser known groups aid the disabled,
Let’s ditch the unconscious. It’s a myth, Nineteenth Century woo-woo Freud made popular. It fit the uptight Viennese of the time, but today, it’s a default for misunderstanding our own nature.