Greenwich Village


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Synonyms for Greenwich Village

a mainly residential district of Manhattan

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In this case, we found a terrific location for World's Best Cookie Dough in Greenwich Village where over 50,000 students attend one of the neighborhood's many colleges and universities.
City Urban Realty and Madison Realty Capital said they have acquired 14-16 Fifth Avenue located in Greenwich Village in a direct transaction for USD27.
Schines's novel follows 11-year-old Fin and his half sister, 24-year-old Lady, as they transition from Connecticut (following the death of Fin's parents) to Greenwich Village.
At the time Greenwich Village attracted a host of artists, writers and great thinkers and drinkers: Gore Vidal, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Jackson Pollock, William Burroughs.
It's screaming for a hotel that will fit in with Greenwich Village and [New York University]," Born said.
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Enthralling readers with tales of his youth and the revival of blues and folk music in the 1960s in Greenwich Village.
On the morning of 9/11 from his Greenwich Village apartment, David Del Tredici could hear the sirens--and their unsettling sound opens his newest work, "Paul Revere's Ride.
The writer and director of ``House of D'' - which tenderly re-creates Duchovny's Greenwich Village stomping grounds of the 1970s - considers for a moment.
This spring, Littman, 26, began dispensing free hugs on Sundays in Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village.
At The Village Nursing Home in Greenwich Village, N.
All-Night Party: The Women of Bohemian Greenwich Village and Harlem, 1913-1930 by Andrea Barnet Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill March 2004 $16.
Townsend, author of the delightful fantasies The Great Good Thing and Into the Labyrinth, demonstrates that he is equally good at realistic fiction in this fond evocation of the Beat era in Greenwich Village.
Early one day in June 1913, Willa Cather left her house at 5 Bank Street in Greenwich Village to do the day's marketing.
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