A true mirror on Main Street, looking back at 2011


Looking back at 2011, before RIOC’s deal with Hudson-Related sought a rebirth for the Main Street corridor through Roosevelt Island…

By David Stone

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

Photo Credit: Shops On Main

While Hudson-Related’s Shops On Main, after ten years, has not succeeded in doing much toward revitalization, looking back at 2011 gives us some pause. Maybe there’s been some progress relative to…

Looking back at 2011 presents: The Stationery Store

At the soon to be defunct “stationery store,” Christian iconography shares the main stage with a jug of “Xtra” strength detergent and a Frosty the Snowman figure.

Reminiscences about the good old days don’t hold up against the actual.

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