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Gramercy Park community activist Herbert Rosenfield dies

By Sabina Mollot

On July 20, Herbert Rosenfield, a longtime Gramercy Park resident and community activist — also an original resident of Peter Cooper and World War II veteran — died at the age of 97. 592 more words

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Ray Kelly recalls life as New York’s top cop

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly joined his son, Fox5 anchor Greg Kelly, in a discussion about his life and career at the National Arts Club on Tuesday, May 10. 962 more words

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It Can't Happen Here

If only Trump knew. Sinclair Lewis, the first American writer to receive a Nobel prize for literature, wrote a play in 1935 that could have been written now. 251 more words

GNA holds annual community exhibit at Arts Club

By Sabina Mollot

The Gramercy Neighborhood Associates, which curates an exhibit at the National Arts Club each year featuring works by local artists, said that this year’s was the biggest show yet with around 100 works on display. 382 more words

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Digital Age Fashion plus chevron

A few sketches from the first fashion sketch night of the year (for me anyways). The theme is ‘Digital Age’ and chevron apparently. This was at the National Arts Club in New York. 13 more words

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Arillyn Moran-Lawrence Accepted into 119th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club

Arillyn Moran-Lawrence, posted by Deb Shaw

“Elegant Syrah” is a pen and ink drawing of  grapes from a Temecula vineyard. I found this interesting group of grapes on the vine at the Callaway Winery. 301 more words

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