Chelsea’s 10th/13th Precincts Offer Multiple Public Meetings Through 2022

Chelsea’s 10th/13th Precincts Offer Multiple Public Meetings Through 2022

BUILD THE BLOCK MEETINGS Also of note are the three upcoming Build the Block meetings, which provide an opportunity to interact with the two-person NCO (Neighborhood Coordination Officer) team responsible for their assigned sector. These meetings take place quarterly, with the last fourth quarter Sector A meeting having taken place already. NOTE: Prior to a […]

This Week in Chelsea: November 14-20, 2022

This Week in Chelsea: November 14-20, 2022

In This Week’s “THIS WEEK IN CHELSEA” Down to Earth Farmers Market Chelsea / Small Works Exhibition at Fountain House Gallery / NYPL Story Time at Chelsea Green Park / 13th Precinct Commuity Council / CB4’s Transportation Planning Committee / Free Flu Shot Day  / Pint-Sized Plays / Archived Recording Marble Collegiate Church’s America Post-Roe […]

Lockdown Legacy: New Presenters Here to Stay, After Entering the Pandemic-Era Candidate Forum Fray

Lockdown Legacy: New Presenters Here to Stay, After Entering the Pandemic-Era Candidate Forum Fray

NOTE: This article was written as part of the 2022 NY State Elections Reporting Fellowship of the Center for Community Media at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Shaking hands, handing out campaign literature, and attending everything from pancake breakfasts to chicken dinners: These longtime “musts” for incumbents making […]

October 28’s NYS Assembly District 75 Candidate Forum is Available to View Online

October 28’s NYS Assembly District 75 Candidate Forum is Available to View Online

CALLING ALL NYS ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 75 VOTERS Don’t show up to the polls without having a look at what happened when Chelsea Community News hosted an online Assembly District 75 Candidate Forum with Joseph A. Maffi   (R, Arts & Culture) and Tony Simone (D) answering the Chelsea-centric questions of these six Forum Co-Presenters: The London Terrace Tenants Association (LTTA) The Fulton […]

Edward Hopper’s New York, the Whitney Reminds Us, Remains to be Seen

Edward Hopper’s New York, the Whitney Reminds Us, Remains to be Seen

BY EILEEN STUKANE | His paintings of city rooftops and life within urban windows are so familiar, it’s surprising that Edward Hopper’s New York is the first museum exhibition addressing the artist’s relationship to New York City. The Whitney Museum of American Art’s 2015 move from its uptown East Side home to 99 Gansevoort Street […]

Your Guide to Early Voting & Nov. 8’s Election Day

Your Guide to Early Voting & Nov. 8’s Election Day

Early Voting begins Saturday, October 29 and runs through Sunday, November 6. Find your Early Voting and General Election/Election Day pollsite (they’re not necessarily the same) and access a sample ballot at findmypollsite.vote.nyc/. You’ll need your house number, street name, and zip code. Chelsea locations include a building on the FIT campus and Selis Manor for […]

Scary Good Halloween-Themed Stuff Whose Time Cometh

Scary Good Halloween-Themed Stuff Whose Time Cometh

Through Oct. 31: IT: A Musical Parody at Chelsea Table + Stage | Stephen King’s killer-clown-feeds-on-fears novel—adapted as a 1990 TV miniseries and 2017/2019 theatrical releases—gets the musical parody treatment in a stage adaptation that pours on the nail-biting horror while acknowledging the only-in-fiction absurdities that pile up faster than the victim body count. Taking place […]