2 teenagers shot dead on UWS + restaurant owners react to COVID mandate

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Rise and shine, Upper West Side! It’s Wednesday, so let’s get started with everything you need to know.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Cloudy. High: 46 Low: 43.


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

  1. Suspect on the run after two teenagers shot dead on the Upper West Side (WABC-TV)
  2. New York restaurateurs have mixed reactions to COVID-19 vaccine mandate (New York Post)
  3. West Side Rag »2021: A Rag Retrospective (westsiderag.com)
  4. Has crime increased on the Upper West Side in 2021? A breakdown (Upper West Side Patch)
  5. PHOTOS: Surviving Year 2 of COVID in New York City
  6. How disgust explains it all (The New York Times)

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Today on the Upper West Side:


From my notebook:

  • American Museum of Natural History: “It’s trilobite time on Tuesday!” Exceptionally large specimens of the Ordovician Uralichas trilobite, like the one pictured here, have been found in Morocco and Portugal. Although complete specimens – reaching up to 17.7 inches (45 cc … “(Facebook)
  • American Museum of Natural History: “Have you ever heard of the southern tamandua (Tamandua tetradactyla)? It is a species of anteater from the forests of South America. It nibbles on ants and termites, using its 40cm long tongue to pick up its prey in I … “(Facebook)
  • American Museum of Natural History: “On that day in 1831, Charles Darwin, 22, embarked on the HMS Beagle as the ship’s naturalist for a voyage around the world. For most of the next five years, the Beagle surveyed the coast of England. ‘South America, leaving Darwin free to explain … “(Facebook)
  • Central park: “Celebrate the arrival of the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ with this special virtual walk through one of Central Park’s most scenic winter landscapes, the snow-capped North Woods! Join us Thursday, December 30 at 3:00 p.m. ET: https: // bit … “(Facebook)
  • New York Historical Society: “🎶 Radio City Music Hall opened in New York #OnThisDay in 1932, offering the world’s largest auditorium.⁣ …” (Facebook)
  • Central park: “In the face of record snowfall, numerous heat waves, massive flooding and even smoke from wildfires on the West Coast, our #CentralParkConservancy staff have adapted to many environmental challenges in maintaining the park. This year. Like Central Park feels t … ”(Facebook)
  • Central park: “This year started with a record snowfall in the park, encouraging restless New Yorkers to get out there and have some fun and keep our staff at #CentralParkConservancy busy shoveling and plowing the park’s 843 acres, so Ne. ..” (Facebook)
  • American Folk Art Museum: “In 1879, Lemuel Cooper’s generous farmhouse was painted by Paul Seifert, a German immigrant from Dresden who arrived in Wisconsin on a logging raft. Seifert’s granddaughter noted his love of order and the pleasure he took to portray the re … “(Facebook)
  • Central park: “On the park’s 843 acres, you can find sprawling landscapes, sweeping arches and bridges, large works of art, towering trees, and more. But what about the little details – and sometimes overlooked – who make Central Park special? … “(Facebook)
  • West Side campaign against hunger: “One of our partner sites on the Winn Residential / Diego Beekman Housing site recently shared the following about their partnership with WSCAH:“ Farm-fresh food is neither affordable nor convenient in the Mott Haven section of the south of Bron … ”(Facebook)
  • Riverside Park Conservatory: “Winter Walks with Tiberius & Gemstone The Dogist” (Facebook)
  • West Side campaign against hunger: “WSCAH Joins the 3rd Annual Cinematters Film Festival: NY Social Justice Film Festival showcasing films and conversations that are activating social change taking place January 13-17. Check out the official film list here: http: / /cinematters.film … “(Facebook)
  • Symphony area: “We’re excited to share the Symphony Space 2021 soundtrack, a Spotify playlist dedicated to songs that have made sense to Symphony Space staff throughout the year. Check it out and tell us what what do you think ! .” (Facebook)
  • Symphony area: “” One of my favorite moments of our 2021 season was dancing to Lollise from my home. Thank goodness for the live broadcasts and the solo dance parties! “-Kristin, Senior Marketing Manager Stay tuned for more highlights from the 2021 season!” (Facebook)
  • Lincoln Square Business Improvement District: Tomorrow 12/29 /: VocalSoul & The Fabulous Fezziwigs will perform in front of the Lincoln Square Christmas tree for the last 2 pop-ups of our Holidays in Lincoln Square lineup. VocalSoul will perform from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm & The Fabulous .. .” (Facebook)
  • Manhattan Community Council 7: “CB7 Board of Directors plenary meeting Tuesday January 4 at 6:30 p.m. On Zoom – Register at bit.ly/CB7-FullBoard-Jan https://www1.nyc.gov/site/manhattancb7/meetings/full -board- agenda.page “(Facebook)

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You are officially in the loop for today! See you tomorrow for your next 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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