The Atlantic Yards Project: No Longer “Inevitable”?

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What a difference a year can make. As January 2005 winds to a close, Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards proposal, launched a year ago as the crown jewel in the developer’s Brooklyn menagerie, seems to be chugging along on fumes.

NYC School System Makes Teachers Pay

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In addition to overcrowded classrooms, an underfunded district, and a staffing crisis that looms on the horizon for New York City’s public schools, teachers may soon be worrying about their very own health.

Williamsburg Rises Up

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The funky, warm mix of low-rise residential, manufacturing, commerce and arts spaces that has made Williamsburg a unique spot for many long-time residents is on the verge of changing into a landscape dominated by the kind of high-rise luxury condos that are developers’ wet dreams.

A View from Prospect Heights

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Just before New Year’s Eve, I dined with my friend Janet in a restaurant where the holiday decorations were monkeys. Monkeys dressed in Venetian robes—silk brocades, rich velvets.

Jack Newfield’s Memorial

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At veteran New York journalist (and Bed-Stuy native) Jack Newfield’s memorial at Riverside Chapel in late December, there was certainly some political posturing.

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