Category Archives: Sports and fitness

The Pier 26 boathouse kayaks

July 5, 2015- The Pier 26 boathouse kayaks that you can take out for free. 

Posted in Battery Park City and BPCA, Hudson River Park Trust, Outdoor events, Parks, Sailing/Yachting, Sports and fitness, TriBeCa | 1 Comment

No activity in the new “sailing school”

July 1, 2015- By Steven E. Greer The new “sailing school” that has supposedly replaced Mike Fortenbaugh’s is getting

Posted in - Brookfield Place, - Downtown oversight, - Real estate, Battery Park City and BPCA, Gripes, Outdoor events, Sailing/Yachting, Schools, Sports and fitness | 1 Comment

Are you really gluten intolerant?

Update August 11, 2014- The minority of diners who think that they are special and have the right to demand a gluten-free restaurant are

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The Gluten Crazies are out of control and affecting menus in restaurants

April 26, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD I was eating at a French restaurant recently, and the waiter asked me if I had any allergies,

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Stuyvesant’s pool and two basketball courts cost $30 a month

(3,700 real BPC residents have read this story as of March 20, 2015. We inform.) Update January 17, 2015- I tried out the day pass for the first time. It requires a one-time waiver document and then a $15 fee.

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American Express starts their own version of Citi Bikes

June 6, 2015- It looks like American Express is starting their own version of the Citi Bike program.

Posted in - Brookfield Place, Battery Park City and BPCA, BIkes, Outdoor events, Sports and fitness, Wall Street, World Trade Center | 1 Comment

Downtown Soccer League comments on FIFA

May 28, 2015- Letter by Bill Bialosky, President of DSL After the FIFA corruption arrests, maybe there will be a chance to show that all things in soccer are not bad.

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Why Children Are Abandoning Baseball

May 20, 2015- The WSJ wrote a rather lengthy rambling story about the decline of Little League.

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Enjoy it while you can because the BPCA is going to pave it over

April 15, 2015- The tarp came off the newly seeded West Thames grass field. Enjoy it while you

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A proposal to extend the lighted ballfield time to 10:00 PM

April 21, 2015- A Letter to the BPCA from Downtown Little League

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New report: Artificial turf fields have unsafe levels of lead

March 16, 2015- USA Today is reporting about a new government study that reviewed the

Posted in - Downtown oversight, - Federal government, - Real estate, Battery Park City and BPCA, Child care, Doctors, Dentists, Gardening, Gripes, Parks, Schools, Sports and fitness | 1 Comment

Survey: The new Equinox gym

February 24, 2015- Equinox gym has been open for about a week.

Posted in - Brookfield Place, Battery Park City and BPCA, Child care, Gyms and Pools, Health and lifestyle, Juicing, Sports and fitness | 6 Comments

Tiger Woods’ career ended after he bulked up

April 10, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD Ten years ago, Tiger Woods hit one of the most memorable shots in golf when he chipped

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Another pointless running race disturbs the peace in BPC

Update April 10, 2015- This event was discussed at the CB1 meeting this week. Apparently,

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Citi Bike program saved by Related real estate company

Update March 30, 2015- The Post reports that the new operators of the Citi Bike Program

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Did antidepressants cause the Germanwings pilot to commit suicide and mass homicide?

April 2, 2015- Opinion by Steven E. Greer, MD The facts are now becoming known in the Germanwings Flight 9525. The co-pilot, 27-year-old

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Man who stole from Downtown Little League in prison for beating up girlfriend

(4,500 Downtowners have read this as of March 21. We inform.) Update March 2, 2015- The man who stole from Downtown Little League is now in prison at Rikers

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Review: Equinox gym in Brookfield Place

February 24, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD The Equinox Gym in Brookfield Place has finally opened and is attracting the expected crowd

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P90X congressmen keep losing their jobs in shame

March 19, 2015- By Steven E Greer First, it was Chris Lee, a U.S. congressman from New York who was tossed out after sending

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Tip of the Week: Just Z-pack it

March 13, 2015- by Steven E. Greer, MD There is a bad upper respiratory virus going around (not influenza) that tends to linger and cause

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