August 9, 2010
The Drawing Center to Stay in SoHo
By ROBIN POGREBIN

After years of looking for a new downtown home, the Drawing Center has decided to stay put in its
SoHo neighborhood. “The economy made us re-evaluate what scale of project we want,” said
Brett Littman, the Drawing Center’s director, in an interview on Monday. “We’re like a nice small jazz
club — the scale of what
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July 21, 2010
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Jean Michel Basquiat was a Brooklyn-born artist whose brief career leaped from graffiti scrawled on
SoHo foundations to one-man shows in galleries around the world. He died from a drug overdose
in 1988 in New York. He was 27 but had
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August 4, 2009

When David Fought Goliath in Washington Square Park
Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs are the subject and the author of two of the most indelible nonfiction
books of the 20th century:
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July 27, 2009
Theater Where It’s Least Expected
It’s time for theater that doesn’t feel like theater. Performances in nontraditional settings are
commonplace in New York, no matter what the season. 
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June 24, 2009

Ohio Theater Gets 14 More Months in Soho.
The Ohio Theater will remain at its longtime SoHo
home through August 2010. The highly regarded institution, which …
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April 24, 2009
40 Years of Creations, Onstage and on Paper
A GRAYING water tower breaks up the blue sky beyond the large front windows of the SoHo loft
Trisha Brown has lived in since 1973
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Linkin Park @ Apple Store Soho, NYC 2/21/08

March 14, 2008

The Drawing Center has walked away from a plan to relocate from SoHo
to the South Street Seaport. It is the third time
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March 11, 2008

Prince St. mall plan provokes road rage
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March 9, 2008

The sculptor Josh Hadar’s hybrid-powered hot rods and
superstreamlinedpedal cruisers bring new meaning to the word “bespoke.”
He builds the bikes by hand
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February 20, 2008

THE SoHo International Arts Building at the “Gateway to SoHo
will soon see some restoring and signage.
Retail maestro Jeff Sutton 
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April 18, 2007

Soho’s well-known public artwork “The Wall,” which has been
gathering dust in a basement
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