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Newsletter: August 19

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WMP TENNIS COURT MAY GO ONLINE
Putting aside the decades-old system of a paper sheet passed around at 7a each morning in the park, the Parks Department is considering moving to online reservations starting in 2020.

IN THE NEWS
Maiden Lane construction back underway. Plus Naomi Watts’s Onda Beauty featured in Vogue; Archpaper takes on the proposed Manhattan jail; Toni Morrison remembered.

111 MURRAY IS REVEALED
Plus neighbors alarmed by a hole dug along their foundation without a permit; a shed comes down on Broadway and White,; a truck topples on Hubert; an activity for kids at Governors.

IN THE NEWS
Frenchette takes on the Upper East Side. Plus a monumental sculpture for Chinatown is not well received; 74 Trinity Place tops out; a tribute to Cathy Drew on her retirement; Frenchette takes on the Upper East Side.

SEEN & HEARD
Tribeca PAC launches annual series. Plus longtime resident Joan Panzer turns 90 in Vermont; The Battery will honor monarch butterflies at its annual garden luncheon; late night fireworks wake residents.

WHERE IN TRIBECA?
Where is this yellow stop sign? And while you are noodling that one, keep reading for a quick history of the stop sign and its yellow origins.



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