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Produce Delivery, Saturday 5/19 | Free Olive Oil Tasting

Baldor:
Broccoli — California
Broccolini (Broccolette) — California
Kale, Lacinato — California
Peppers, Yellow Bell — Canada
Spinach, Baby — USA

Ace Natural:
Beets, Red — USA… 77 more words

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Man arrested on suspicion of starting fire in East Village

SAN DIEGO — A man was arrested Friday night after police say he started a small spot fire in the East Village.

Around 8:30 p.m. near 10th Avenue and B Street, someone witnessed a homeless man lighting a fire and when officers arrived, he tried to put it out himself, according to San Diego police. 9 more words

News

Parade shines light on environment

By Sabina Mollot

On Saturday, hundreds of costumed revelers walked, marched and danced their way through the East Village and the Lower East Side for a day-long event aimed at celebrating local green spaces, the East River and sustainability efforts. 603 more words

Events

Produce Delivery, Friday 5/18

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative:
Cabbage, Green — Florida
Garlic, Green (Young Garlic) — Lancaster County, PA (LOCAL)
Lettuce, Romaine — Lancaster County, PA (LOCAL)
Mushrooms, Maitake — Chester County, PA (LOCAL) 83 more words

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Produce Delivery, Thursday 5/17

Angello’s Distributing:
Fiddlehead Ferns (Wild) — Massachusetts (LOCAL)

Regional Access:
Asparagus — Seneca Castle, NY (LOCAL)
Carrots — Wadhams, NY (LOCAL)
Mushrooms, Golden Oyster (Wild) — New York State (LOCAL) 124 more words

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East Houston Street Church Cemeteries

“The expectation that cemeteries shall afford a permanent resting place to the bodies interred in them is conclusively discredited by experience,” wrote civic leader Louis Windmüller in 1898, declaring that “of all American cities, New York—where about a hundred graveyards have been destroyed or partially abandoned since it became a city—offers the most striking examples of the changeableness of ‘resting places.’” Burial grounds were scattered throughout lower Manhattan in the early 1800s to such an extent, says Windmüller, “that a splenetic Englishman who came to visit our shores speedily returned when he found every street lined with headstones.” 2,098 more words

New York City Cemeteries

Book Review: Miriam Toews - A Complicated Kindness

A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was a solid, compelling read through and through. Toews writes with a unique voice and excellent pacing. 267 more words

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