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Artists, musicians and vendors in Washington Square try to thrive despite restrictive park rules

BY CARMO MONIZ | Many artists and vendors in Washington Square Park, known for its popularity among artists, students and protesters, are struggling to perform…

Taking offense at reckless e-bike delivery guys, LES documentarian builds a fence

BY LINCOLN ANDERSON | They say necessity is the mother of invention… . Clayton Patterson isn’t fazed by much. In 1988, with a then-novel handheld…

Opinion: Make University Place car-free with a bike boulevard or pedestrian greenway

BY AUSTIN CELESTIN | New York’s favorite pandemic pastime has returned with winter in the rearview mirror. The popular Open Streets initiative has forever transformed…

De Blasio running for new Downtown congressional seat but so is Hoylman

BY LINCOLN ANDERSON | Hank Sheinkopf immediately knew why The Village Sun was calling on Friday. “He can win — and he can win significantly,”…

Adams cancels Grand St. homeless shelter in Chinatown allegedly due to Hotel Trades Council opposition

BY LINCOLN ANDERSON | Updated May 2, 9:00 p.m.: In a stunning reversal and a major victory for Chinatown residents and merchants, Mayor Adams has…

Stuy Town parking on loop roads is loopy: D.O.T./N.Y.P.D. reject 15-minute grace period in no-standing zones

BY KEITH J. KELLY | New York Police Department ticket agents are apparently no longer honoring a decades-old agreement reached between the Department of Transportation…

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