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Call for Submissions

by 03/14/2014
Neighborhood: All Over, Featured, News

St. Patrick's Day is around the corner, and we want to read about your NYC St. P experiences. Be they about pots of gold or pints of Guiness, submit your stories throughout this week and next. (As always, we are accepting, reading, and publishing all other New York City nonfiction as well!)

Please Welcome Our New Editors

by 11/15/2013
Neighborhood: All Over, Featured, News, Uncategorized

After almost three years of working on Mr. Beller's Neighborhood as Managing Editor, the time has come for me to pass the torch to the next in line. While I had intended to write some sort of grandiose proclamation to sound my departure and welcome their arrival, it has become quite evident that the best […]

Managing Editor Connor Gaudet Shamelessly Plugs Greenwich Village History Blog

by 10/16/2013
Neighborhood: Featured, Greenwich Village, News

 Hello Friends, In a semi-related but separate project I am working on, I am creating posts for the Greenwich Village History blog. As I have always considered Mr. Beller's Neighborhood to be a living, breathing history of contemporary life in New York City, it seems a natural side-project and it is also a requirement for […]

Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood Reading Series, April 18, 7 PM

by 04/09/2013
Neighborhood: Featured, News

Our April reading will be stories on the topic of Fleeting Connections, as read by Neighborhood contributors Fran Giuffre, Trevor Laurence Jockims, Robin Kilmer, and Ken Rosen. Hosted by Rob Williams.

Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood Reading Series Returns!!!

by 02/03/2013
Neighborhood: Featured, Lower East Side, Manhattan, News

Thanks to the valiant efforts of Neighborhood contributor, Rob Williams, Mr. Beller's Neighborhood Reading Series is back in the Lower East Side! The monthly reading series will premiere this month at 7 PM, Thursday, February 21 at Dixon Place - 161 Chrystie St (between Rivington and Delancey), and be on the third Thursday of every […]

Storm Stories

by 11/01/2012
Neighborhood: Featured, News

Dear Readers and Writers, Do you have a good story of weathering the recent storm - or of a not so recent storm? Whether you were in New York for Carol or Irene, Bob or Gloria, Andrew or Sandy, we'd like to hear about your whirlwind love affairs with these rough and tumble out-of-towners. Accepted […]

Retweet Your Favorite Stories and Like Them on Facebook.

by 05/29/2012
Neighborhood: All Over, Featured, News

Hey Neighbors, You may have noticed that you can now Like your favorite stories on Facebook and Retweet them on Twitter by clicking the aptly labeled "Like" and "Retweet" buttons in the upper right corner where it lists the story's neighborhood. It's a fast and easy way to spread the word about some of New […]

Call for Submissions – St. Patrick’s Day Stories

by 02/23/2012
Neighborhood: News

Dear Neighbors, If you have a  story about a wonderful or terrible St. Patrick's Day spent in New York City, please share it with us. Selected submissions will be posted on St. Patrick's Day and sent out in the Story of the Week email. Rolling deadline, but please try to have submissions in 5 days […]

Call For Submissions: Occupy Wall Street

by 11/28/2011
Neighborhood: News

Neighbors, We'd like to hear stories from people who have been involved with or affected by the Occupy Wall Street movement, here in New York City. Whether you are part of the 99% in Zuccotti Park, the 1% trying to get to the exchange floor, or the police in between, we'd like to hear from […]

Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood Reading, September 23 At Happy Ending

by 09/16/2011
Neighborhood: Lower East Side, News

MR. BELLER’S NEIGHBORHOOD READING SERIES HAPPY ENDING in the Lower East Side Friday, September 23, 8:00 PM A Free Evening of Non-Fiction In The Lower East Side. Reading on September 23 will be: Rob Williams - Bear Patrol  Lily Shen - It Is Easy To Speak Chinese Kenneth P. Nolan - Farrell’s Nathaniel Page - Spanked  The host is Connor Gaudet - Hung Out […]

Call For Submissions – 9/11 Reflections. 10 Years Later.

by 08/16/2011
Neighborhood: News

With the approaching anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we would like to invite our readers to share their memories and reflections on the tragedy and its impact on life in New York City. While we welcome all stories from returning and first-time writers alike, we’d especially like to hear from those of you who had […]