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December 13th, 2006

WORK HALTED AT TRUMP SITE FOLLOWING DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS

by gvshp

Human Remains Found :  Human remains, possibly from 15-20 bodies, were uncovered early this week during excavation at the Trump condo-hotel site at 246 Spring Street.  The remains reportedly appear to be over 100 years old.  The Department of Buildings has halted the excavation work on the site (Trump currently has permits to excavate, but not build, on the site).  Continue Reading »

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December 13th, 2006

Perry Burns in “The Red Show”

by SoHo Journal Staff

pbred.jpgPerry Burns’ newest works can be viewed at The Red Show, a group show at Cheryl Hazan Gallery. The opening will be held Thursday December 14, 2006 from 6:30- 8:30 pm. The gallery is located at 35 North Moore St, in NYC.

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December 12th, 2006

Are our children so naughty they deserve coal for decades?

by Union of Concerned Scientists

For generations, children have been threatened with coal in their stocking for being naughty–but giving kids coal fired power plants is a punishment that can last 40 years or more.

Today, coal provides about half of our nation’s electricity–at great cost to our health, land, water, and climate. Coal power is currently America’s single biggest source of global warming pollution and brain-damaging mercury emissions. In addition, coal mining pollutes our drinking water and is an extremely dangerous occupation.
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