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The Lincoln Center Greenmarket

Fashion week might be happening a block away, but the Lincoln Center Greenmarket was bustling as usual today. The only difference was the addition of some fashionable ladies looking for how to get to Canal Street. Wrong neighborhood ladies! Today's highlight was the vintage apple cider press churning out for immediate tasting.
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You might have been wondering about those ads in the subway, asking if you're still a virgin and an 888-hotline for help. New Yorkers are not the only ones targeted. Billboards with a similar ad have sparked controversy around the country.
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The 60th Street Bathhouse

On my way to the Graey Spring/Summer 2011 runway show yesterday, I came across this public bath house behind some scaffolding. With large arched windows, multicolor brick and limestone construction, a pedimented doorway and gargoyles, this building is strongly reminiscent of municipal architecture from the early 20th century.
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DOT Releases iPhone App for Drunk Drivers!

Clever little public service move disguised as fun interactive technology. And it comes directly from the NYC Department of Transportation! It's called "YOU THE MAN" and can calculate your blood alcohol content, connect you to car services with a click, and a little spin the bottle to determine who the designated driver should be.
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Fashion Week is Here!

Fashion Week will descend on Lincoln Center for the first time tomorrow, but the buzz is already in the air. The New York Times today reported on the battle for front row seats this year, but I once finagled my way into first and second row seats (now known as "Siberia") and even into shows I lacked tickets for by befriending the security guards. Be nice to them!
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History of the Pussycat Lounge and Greenwich Street

The New York Times once described the Pussycat Lounge as "set on a block where one might feel comfortable urinating against a building." People love this place precisely because it's grungy and hasn't changed since the 1970s. It's also one of the last neighborhood bars in the area.
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The Luxury-ification of Lincoln Center

Amsterdam Avenue and 67th street: On a dilapidated lot nestled between new and old luxury towers stands one of the last vestiges of what the Lincoln Center area once was in the 1980s and 1990s. Already clad in scaffolding, it is only a matter of time before this structure is converted.
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