Seward Park High School

Check Out Vintage Political Memorabilia on the LES this Weekend

Posted February 2, 2018 at 9:33 am

Like IKE? This Sunday, the Seward Park High School Alumni Association is joining forces with the Big Apple Chapter of the American Political Items Collectors for a special political memorabilia show. Buttons, posters, and other vintage campaign swag will be on display and available for purchase. According to Big Apple Chapter president Tony Lee, “ […]

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Tonight: Grill the Candidates Challenging Chin for City Council District 1 Seat

Last modified August 25, 2017 at 7:25 am

As the battle for the District 1 seat toils on, a candidate forum is happening tonight, to talk about the hot-button items of neighborhood development and displacement. Hosted by the Coalition to Protect Chinatown and the Lower East Side, the meeting will primarily focus on “issues of zoning, development, low-income housing, gentrification, and environmental & […]

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Did You See Tony Hawk Skating on Ludlow Street Friday Afternoon? [VIDEO]

Posted July 24, 2017 at 5:14 am

Tony Hawk loves the Lower East Side, whether it’s skating Coleman Playground or documenting a freak car fire caused by overzealous rats on Rivington Street. …Or skating the scruffy pastures of Ludlow Street. One Boogie reader spotted Tony Hawk skating in front of Seward Park High School this past Friday evening. The video submitted isn’t […]

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Bottle Collecting Turned Violent on the Lower East Side Last Night [VIDEO]

Posted March 7, 2017 at 5:00 am

Trash is treasure, and in the underworld of bottle collection, competition is cutthroat. Case in point, the scene outside Seward Park High School on Essex Street last night. This is a known grazing spot for the bottle collectors of the Lower East Side. The so-called “Bottle Queens.” Indeed, the garbage bags deposited here burst with […]

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These Dead Piglets Were Discarded on Essex Street

Posted May 18, 2016 at 9:45 am

You may want to avert your eyes. Here’s a scattering of lifeless fetal pigs left for, well, dead curbside outside Seward Park High School Sunday morning (Essex and Grand). It was a disgusting display for passersby, and remained as such for hours until trash pickup. Several Redditors responded to the thread, and suggested that these […]

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After Nearly 3 Years of Facade Repairs, Scaffolding Comes Down at Seward Park High School

Posted March 11, 2016 at 5:15 am

At long last, the eyesore is out, now a sight for sore eyes. After nearly three years of buzzing the block into sleepless nights and restless mornings, looks like the exterior renovation of the Seward Park High School building at 350 Grand Street is drawing to a close. Scaffolding and netting were deposed from the […]

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Angry Neighbors Question Profiteering Tennis Instructor Bryn Bryant Over Seward Park Tennis School

Last modified September 3, 2015 at 7:48 am

One tennis teacher has his balls all over Seward Park, pissing off (on?) the neighbors. An instructor named Bryn Bryant reportedly convinced the Seward Park High School to grant one of its three in-demand tennis courts to his business during the summer months. Locals are understandably upset that a third of the public space in […]

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Excessive Noise from Seward Park High School Renovation Irks Residents

Posted September 19, 2013 at 5:22 am

Seward Park High School “modernization” is already creating a total headache for neighbors in the immediate vicinity.

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Seward Park High School Undergoing Facade Repairs

Posted September 18, 2013 at 6:10 am

If you’re a huge fan of the historic Seward Park High School building at 350 Grand Street, this news might be somewhat upsetting.

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Board of Elections Relocating Election Day Polling Sites Due to Sandy

Posted November 5, 2012 at 6:18 am

Mainstream media and its political pundits dubbed Hurricane Sandy the real October surprise this presidential election season.

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