Good Work Grows on You: Scenes from the Chelsea Garden Club Tour

Good Work Grows on You: Scenes from the Chelsea Garden Club Tour

PHOTOS & CAPTIONS BY MISSY ADAMS | Last week, we previewed the Chelsea Garden Club Tour, an annual appreciation of work done by their volunteers, who adopt and tend to the mini-garends that sprout from pedestrian islands in the middle of Eighth and Ninth Aves. (click here to access that article). Garden Club member Missy Adams took […]

See You Again Next Time: Regular Weekly Events and Ongoing Happenings

See You Again Next Time: Regular Weekly Events and Ongoing Happenings

Saturdays, rain or shine, 9am-3pm: Chelsea Farmers Market | Down to Earth Farmers Markets has once again put down roots in Chelsea (on W. 23rd St. near Ninth Ave.). By and large, it’s the same experience as it’s always been (fresh products, friendly people), albeit with a few notable nods to pandemic protocol: If you have not […]

Proxy Pints Help Hoylman Shine Light on Bloody Disgusting Bi/Gay Donor Ban

Proxy Pints Help Hoylman Shine Light on Bloody Disgusting Bi/Gay Donor Ban

  WHEN: Monday, October 26, 1pm-7pm   WHERE: Westbeth Gallery (57 Bethune St., West Village)   HOW: Donors must make an appointment by clicking on the bellow link https://donate.nybc.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/285491 WHY: Because the FDA restricts blood donations from gay men who have not been abstinent for three months. HOYLMAN: For info, visit https://www.nysenate.gov/senators/brad-hoylman HASHTAG: #GiveForAGay   […]

‘All In Chelsea’ Buck Stops at Area Businesses

‘All In Chelsea’ Buck Stops at Area Businesses

BY RANIA RICHARDSON | Small businesses are vital to the economy and a mark of healthy communities. Knowing that so many are struggling during this pandemic is disheartening, to say the least. Taking action by putting dollars back into the neighborhood is one way to lift spirits and contribute to the revitalization of the local […]

Leaping Lemon Rinds—Compost Times Are Here Again!

Leaping Lemon Rinds—Compost Times Are Here Again!

BY DONATHAN SALKALN | For those celery stalk huggers who, for too long, have saved bagged food scraps in refrigerators: Rejoice! Let loose of your banana peels, release those freezer-burned cucumber skins, liberate your bags of coffee grinds and apple cores, and set free all those broken egg shells from your breakfast moments of bright […]

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