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Aldon James Skips Hearing on National Arts Club Eviction

The National Arts Club began an eviction hearing Monday for Aldon James, but he was a no-show.

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Protesters Arrested in Zuccotti Park Raid Appear in Court

City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez vowed to continue fighting the charges against him.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Courtney Love Facing Eviction from W. 10th Street Home

Love is being sued for back rent by the owner of her $27,000-a-month West 10th Street rental.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Aldon James to Face National Arts Club's Board After Court Setback

O. Aldon James will face the National Arts Club board on Jan. 23 in a hearing debating his eviction.

Downtown »

Judge Blocks Con Edison from Evicting Park51 Community Center

Justice Richard Braun ruled Nov. 25, 2011 that Con Edison cannot evict Park51 from 51 Park Place.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Ask: What Next?

With Zuccotti Park closed to tents and tarps, and their number scattered across the city, protesters are divided on whether the Occupy Wall Street movement will be able to continue.

Downtown »

Churches Open Doors to Occupy Wall Street Protesters

Some Occupy Wall Street protesters were heading towards a handful of Manhattan churches to seek shelter after being evicted from Zuccotti Park.

Downtown »

Judge Rules Occupy Wall Street Protesters Can Return But Without Tents

Judge Michael Stallman ruled that the protesters could return to Zuccotti Park, but would have to abide by the park's rules and not bring in tents and other equipment with them.  

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Judge Offers Deal to End National Arts Club's Legal Battle

The legal war between the National Arts Club and its former president O. Aldon James could end as soon as next week if both parties agree to terms set forth by a judge on Wednesday.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Aldon James May Soon be Moving Out of the National Arts Club

O. Aldon James lost his presidency of the National Arts Club in June after 25 years. Now, he's losing his cheap apartment there.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street Claims Victory as Zuccotti Park Cleanup is Scrapped

The news delighted protesters, and sparked impromptu marches that were flanked by police in full riot gear.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Judge Temporarily Bars National Arts Club from Evicting Aldon James

A ruling from a Manhattan Supreme Court Justice on Thursday was a temporary victory for ousted National Arts Club President Aldon James.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Aldon James Vows to Take Back National Arts Club

O. Aldon James, former president of the National Arts Club, won a reprieve from a Manhattan Supreme Court Judge on Tuesday, delaying hearings on his possible eviction.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

O. Aldon James Files Lawsuit Against the National Arts Club

The former president of the arts organization filed a lawsuit to prevent the NAC from evicting him, his twin brother and a family friend.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Faye Dunaway's Eviction Lawyer Says 'New York is Home' to Actress

Faye Dunaway sent an attorney, Elizabeth Shollenberger, to housing court Thursday on her behalf in the case of a rent-stabilized apartment at 314 E. 78th St.