New York Civic Strawberry Fields Forever By Henry J. Stern

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City Honored John Lennon Naming Strawberry Fields, Which Yoko Ono Rebuilt First published on October 12, 2010 Saturday was the 70th anniversary of the birth of John Lennon, born and raised in Liverpool, England, but a New Yorker by choice for the last nine years of his life. His tragic death on December 8, 1980 in front of his home led …

eHeziNew York Civic Strawberry Fields Forever By Henry J. Stern

Ed Koch Theater Reviews: “The Capeman” BY Edward I. Koch

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                “The Capeman” (+) In 1998, I went to see Paul Simon’s Broadway musical, “The Capeman.”  The critics hated it, but I loved it. In his review of the play, Ben Brantley tore it apart writing, “It would take a hard-core sadist to derive pleasure from the sad, benumbed spectacle that finally opened …

eHeziEd Koch Theater Reviews: “The Capeman” BY Edward I. Koch

New York Civic: The Axeman Cometh BY Henry J. Stern

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All We Are Saying Is Give Geese A Chance; StarQuest in the News; Last Chance for Questions; and In Search of Fall Interns The "Pelham Parkway 87" are mature trees, primarily lindens, with some elms and oaks, who have the misfortune of living too close to a "road improvement", as the $36 million reconstruction of the two-mile long roadway is …

eHeziNew York Civic: The Axeman Cometh BY Henry J. Stern

New York Civic Tragedy Amidst Beauty BY HENRY J. STERN

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The tragic death of a six-month-old baby on Saturday just outside the Central Park Zoo was the result of a major limb of a honey locust tree which suddenly fell about thirty-five feet. The infant was being held by her mother when the falling branches struck both. The tree was said to be in full leaf, which made its branches …

eHeziNew York Civic Tragedy Amidst Beauty BY HENRY J. STERN