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Happy Tuesday, Upper West Side residents! Here’s everything you need to know today.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Sun mixing with clouds. High: 36 Low: 33.

Here are the best stories on the Upper West Side today:

  1. West Side Rag »Monday Bulletin: B Train Suspended; Manhattanville gentrifies; Rag-iversary (
  2. Upper West Side Sung Heroes: Lydia Criss of West 68th Street – (I love the Upper West Side)
  3. Upper West Side Calendar: Find out what’s happening in the area this week (Upper West Side Patch)
  4. Era’s facade continues to take shape at 251 West 91st Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (New York YIMBY)
  5. Columbia announces three-week ban on fans at home sporting events (Columbia Daily Spectator)

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Today on the Upper West Side:

From my notebook:

  • American Museum of Natural History: “Meet the Straw-necked ibis (Threskiornis spinicollis)!” The name of this Australian bird refers to the straw-like feathers that hang down from its neck. It lives in a variety of habitats, including forests, grasslands and swamps, where it spends it. .” (Facebook)
  • American Museum of Natural History: “The scale of Arizona’s Grand Canyon, both in space and time, is almost inconceivable. Deep down, the rock faces of the canyon plunge for more than a mile (1.6 kilometers). , carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries. The oldest rock. .. “(Facebook)
  • American Museum of Natural History: “It’s time for the first mineral Monday of 2022! Pictured is the 21,327-carat topaz crystal known as the Brazilian Princess. In the 1950s, a 75-pound gem-quality light blue crystal ( 34 kg) was discovered in Brazil. The technology for cu … “(Facebook)
  • Central park: “New year, new views! Imagined by Calvert Vaux in 1869 and restored by #CentralParkConservancy in 2019, the Belvédère castle continues to inspire park visitors with its panoramic views of the Grande Pelouse to the north and the Ramble to .. .” ( Facebook)
  • Central park: “A warm and inviting view during a winter in New York City, the recently restored dairy, originally designed to look like a Victorian country cottage, glistens against the twilight sky. The charming and ornate architecture of the building offers its own “winter …” (Facebook)
  • Central park: “Looking to start the New Year off on the right foot, but don’t know where to start? 👟 We’ve got a great guide to planning the perfect Central Park workout! Our official running map offers recommendations on the best places to run and. ..” (Facebook)
  • New York Historical Society: “#OnThisDay In 1892, the Ellis Island Immigration Station opened. Over the next 62 years, more than 12 million immigrants would pass through this port of entry.” (Facebook)
  • New York Historical Society: “# Post-holiday mood. 😴 ⁣ ⁣ Not rested enough to start the New Year? You are not alone. ⁣ ⁣ We wish you all a safe, healthy and healthy 2022 with some restorative naps . ⁣ 🎨 George Whiting Flagg, Portrait of a Sleeping Lady, c … “(Facebook)
  • Board Member Gale A. Brewer: “If you’ve attended rallies while on vacation or were surrounded by people whose vax status you don’t know, it’s important to get tested for Covid-19. Manhattan test sites for the week and for them. other boroughs below. ” (Facebook)
  • American Folk Art Museum: “Today is the last day to see” American Weathervanes: The Art of the Winds. “This critically acclaimed exhibition explores the weather vane as a form of art, design and public sculpture. The museum is open from 11:30 am to 6:00 pm Admissio …” (Facebook)
  • West Side campaign against hunger: “Doing what we do best – making sure our community has high quality, fresh and healthy food to prepare balanced meals for themselves and their families.” (Facebook)
  • DOROT: “Age is just a number! Watch CBS Morning News spotlight a heartwarming DOROT intergenerational friendship.” (Facebook)
  • The Beacon Theater: “JUST ANNOUNCED: Brit Floyd – The Pink Floyd Tribute Show will be performing at the Beacon on April 5th! Access pre-sale tickets starting Thursday, January 6th at 10am with the code SOCIAL. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on April 5th! Friday January 7 at 10 a.m. “(Facebook)
  • Assembly Member Danny O’Donnell: “Looking for free PCR and rapid tests in Manhattan? Visit a Body Test & Trace site below or find other sites at: http://NYC.Gov/CovidTest ”(Facebook)
  • New York Institute of Technology: “Good Monday, New York Tech! Have you set your goals for the new year? If so, share them below! ” (Facebook)
  • Symphony area: “Reading Nathan Gelgud’s comic book about the documentary ‘Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time’ reminds us that Selected Shorts: A Centennial Celebration of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. is almost here! What was your first Vonnegut story? ” (Facebook)
  • NYPL Riverside Library: “The staff at Riverside Library wish everyone a Happy New Year 2022! Be well and take care of yourself.” (Facebook)

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Okay, you’re all caught up for today! I’ll catch up to you early tomorrow with another update.

Gus Saltonstall

About me: Hi Patch readers! I’m a Patch reporter covering the Manhattan neighborhoods of West Village, Upper West Side, and Washington Heights / Inwood. If you like my writing, please subscribe to Patch’s newsletters. Graduated from Dickinson College. Born and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Send your tips to [email protected]


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