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    Madison Square Garden backs out of Penn Station...

    Madison Square Garden backs out of Penn Station redevelopment plan

    BY DOUGLAS FEIDEN
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Updated Friday, March 28th 2008, 3:37 AM ...
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    An Ode to the Artist's Model: In Search of Audrey...

    An Ode to the Artist's Model: In Search of Audrey Munson By Popular Request!

    Join Justin Ferate on the quest to discover the secrets of Audrey Munson!...
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    And backpacks. Giant, overstuffed backpacks. What...

    And backpacks. Giant, overstuffed backpacks. What do you need to carry one of those for? You can't fit what you need into a messenger bag? Are you going to be pitching a tent somewhere on the...
  4. Not my favorite Downtown building to say the...

    Not my favorite Downtown building to say the least, but it was very innovative at the time. It holds a good amount historical significance and is deserving of this status in my opinion.
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    Some New Landmarks Including Webster Hall

    I can't help but think that the East Village buildings were Landmarked to protect them from NYU.


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    I like the idea of restoring the statues, that...

    I like the idea of restoring the statues, that Holley statues's dedication had almost become unreadable. The fountain, maybe I'll get used to once it gets redone.

    But why kill all those trees??
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    It comes as no surprise that NYU is behind this....

    It comes as no surprise that NYU is behind this. It wasn't bad enough that they completely took over the blocks around Washington Square Park, but now even the park itself isn't off limits to them?
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    Robert Moses said the same exact thing. Not...

    Robert Moses said the same exact thing. Not saying it's right or wrong, it's just that that was his atitude exactly.

    I for one am glad that people bitched about some of his projects. I'm kind of...
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    Agreed, but of course this isn't the only purpose...

    Agreed, but of course this isn't the only purpose of these plazas. They were also built so that the buildings conform to zoning regulations, since these towers don't exactly feature a lot of setbacks.
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    I'm guessing this is because of the greater...

    I'm guessing this is because of the greater number of tourists that are still milling about on that stretch of Sixth whereas on Park the office workers have cleared out for the day.

    My favorite...
  11. I was afraid of this one too, but it looks like...

    I was afraid of this one too, but it looks like it's going to be fine. It's not overwhelming the park or it's neighbors, unlike the hideous Merchandise Mart a couple blocks uptown.
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    People who don't follow this simple rule: When...

    People who don't follow this simple rule: When the train stops and the doors open, let 'em off before you get on.

    Also, people (tourists) who stop in the middle of the sidewalk to consult their...
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    McGraw-Hill, best of the X,Y,Z buildings?

    Of the three later additions to Rockefeller Center on Sixth Ave (Celenese, McGraw-Hill, Exxon and Time and Life if you want to include that), many critics agree that McGraw Hill is the best. Granted,...
  14. Anyone taken tour guide exam offered by the Dept. of Consumer Affairs?

    How was your experience? How was the exam? How'd you do?
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    Why isn't it Landmarked?

    I know there are other threads dealing with this subject matter on here, but I'd really like to know why Yankee Stadium isn't Landmarked. Has there been any debate at all within the LPC to Landmark...
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    Eighth Avenue, such an underappreciated...

    Eighth Avenue, such an underappreciated thoroughfare. And it's in danger of losing one of it's architechtural gems, The Playpen, which began as the Ideal Theatre, and is at 44th and Eighth on the...
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    Sticky: And here we are in Chicago over New Year's...

    And here we are in Chicago over New Year's...
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    Sticky: My wife and I after a great meal at a great...

    My wife and I after a great meal at a great restaurant in Providence, RI.
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    New York is what everyone and everything else...

    New York is what everyone and everything else strives to be. It surrounds you and envelopes you, and has it's way with you. Yes, there are times that it chews you up and spits you out, but in the...
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    "Crooklyn"

    "Crooklyn"
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    1. Park Slope 2. Carroll Gardens 3. Gramercy...

    1. Park Slope
    2. Carroll Gardens
    3. Gramercy
    4. West Village
    5. UWS
  22. Try Bond 45 for a good Times Square restaurant. ...

    Try Bond 45 for a good Times Square restaurant. It's in an historic building and boasts some great Italian and seafood.
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    Poll: It's a team policy. No Yankee can have a beard,...

    It's a team policy. No Yankee can have a beard, only a small moustache. The policy also forbids excessively long hair.
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    I agree with Ninja

    I agree with Ninja
  25. I wish I could.:p

    I wish I could.:p
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