Bronx Children’s museum finally back on track to open in 2013 … and more

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Nov.November 19, 2010 08:42 AM

1. Can we really afford a No. 7 subway extension? [Crain’s]
2. Bronx Children’s museum finally back on track to open in 2013 [NYDN]
3. Atlantic Yards theater production “In the Footprint” takes the stage [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Rumor mill flares up after recently-single Kipton Cronkite’s surprise marriage to 69-year-old broker Laurence Kaiser [Post]

5. Renovation project on St. Brigid’s Church in the East Village rumored to be facing cost overruns [The Villager]

6. State judge keeps new foreclosure rule as is, despite efforts of New York Bar to weaken it [Post]

7. David Burke restaurant coming to James New York [NYT]
8. Security systems severely lacking, despite crime increases, at NYC’s public housing [Downtown Express]
9. Residents at Queens co-op go without gas since Oct. 12 [NYDN]

10. Model Coco Rocha slashed price on Gramercy Park apartment [NYT]
11. City’s Design Commission approves salt shed design for controversial sanitation garage on Spring Street [The Villager]

12. Queens residents riled over eminent domain possibility in Ozone Park sewer plan [Queens Chronicle]
13. Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe touts this year’s progress [The Villager]
14. Life-care communities still rare, but slowly proliferating on Long Island [NYT]
15. Queens public schools still await word on their fate [Queens Chronicle]
16. A look at the Brooklyn real estate portfolio of the Pratt family, before they ditched it for Manhattan [NYT]
17. Television voice Wendell Craig buys $1.7M co-op in Morningside Heights [NYO]
18. Pop-up pizza shop to open in Greenwich Village [NYT]


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