The 48th annual Pride March yesterday passed through Greenwich Village, electrifying our streets with vibrant color, pulsating music, performance, and costume.
The first March was held in 1970 and has since become an annual civil rights demonstration. Over the years, its purpose has broadened to include recognition of the fight against AIDS and to remember those we have lost to illness, violence and neglect.
Greenwich Village’s favorite street festival, Positively 8th Street, returned on June 9 for the first of three summer Saturdays celebrating the creative and musical heritage of West 8th Street and Greenwich Village.
Congratulations to Chloe Vichot, founder of Ancolie on West 8th Street, who was last night awarded the 2018 Norman Buchbinder award, at the Village Alliance Annual Meeting.
8th Street would never be the same when Jonny Cohen and Michael Lagnese opened up 8th Street Winecellar 10 years ago. In honor of their ten-year milestone, celebrate by reading Jonny's fascinating road to opening one of downtown's most popular bars.
Macdougal Street between West 8th Street and Washington Square North was renamed Norman Buchbinder Way, honoring the founder of Village Alliance and loving man who dedicated himself to revitalizing 8th Street and all of Greenwich Village.
Following requests by the Village Alliance and Community Board 2 & 5, the Department of Transport will soon commence work to create new protected bike lanes on Fifth Avenue, between Eighth and Twenty-Third Street.
This improvement aims to address the Vision Zero Priority Area and Vision Zero Priority Intersection (14th street) as it seeks to eliminate all deaths from traffic crashes regardless of whether on foot, bicycle, or inside a motor vehicle. Within the period of 2010-2014, these streets have witnessed 1 fatality and 24 severe injuries. The proposed enhancement would install parking-protected bike lanes with painted pedestrian islands.
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January is the time when we think about who and what we want to be in the year ahead, either developing new rituals or building on previous year's achievements. The vitality and vibrancy of our minds, bodies and souls more often than not determines our success and personal happiness.
Storied bookseller McNally Jackson have opened their second "Goods for the Study" store at 50 West 8th Street, building on the success of their first location at Mulberry Street.
As the name implies, the shop caters to a very specific room (or nook): the study. Furniture consists of a small selection of desks, chairs, and lights, but the real treats are the niche desk accessories and wall hangings that are the perfect splurge for sprucing up that one sad corner in your apartment.
It is not an understatement to say the store carries the best range of greeting cards and ...