The protest was in response to the city's plan to remove trees on the site of a planned ramp.
City apartments should go to New Yorkers, not tourists, state and federal lawmakers said.
The bookstore was set to close on West 57th Street Friday evening.
Politicians pointed to sexist tweets, among other allegations, while the city's fighters took offense.
Residents on and around 29th Street founded a new neighborhood association last month.
Whole Foods marked its new 57th St. location by donating 57 salad bars to schools around New York City.
Washington Irving and High School of Graphic Communication Arts named as "suggested sites."
The original event description said women would learn to "sit, stand and walk like a model."
Success Academy charter school is planning to open two schools in overcrowded District 2 in Manhattan.
The new maps would create an Asian-American majority district and add a 63rd Senate seat upstate.
Tenants at an embattled Turtle Bay high-rise have filed suit against their landlord, claiming he has been overcharging them for rent for years.
The city took a major step Wednesday toward closing the gaping hole in the East River's greenway that has cut residents off from the waterfront between East 38th and 60th streets.
East Side elected officials and civc leaders will raise their voices on Saturday at 10:30 on 92nd Street and York Avenue against the proposed 91st Street trash facility.
Amid ongoing tenant protests, several elected officials urged the landlord of 350 E. 52nd St., in Turtle Bay, to improve what they say are deterioriating conditions.
While joggers, cyclists, dog walkers and other East Siders support a deal to give the UN a piece of a playground in exchange for opening the East River esplanade, the park's hockey players oppose it.
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