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Three friends are asked to be bridesmaids at a wedding of a woman they used to ridicule back in high school. Directed by: Leslye Headland News / Photos / IMDb / OfficialOn The Road
Status: On DVD
Adaptation of the Jack Kerouac cult classic novel of the same name, On The Road is the portrait of The Beat generation. Directed by: Walter Salles News / Photos / IMDb / OfficialUpside Down
Status: On DVD
A man searches an alternate universe for a long-lost love from his youth. Directed by: Juan Diego Solanes News / Photos / IMDb / OfficialUpcoming Projects
• The Two Faces of January (2013) filming now
• Charm (2012) completed
• Red Light Winter (2013) pre-production
• Cities (2014) pre-production
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A celebrity-led coalition of SoHo and TriBeCa residents, hoping for a last-minute reprieve from the construction of a Sanitation garage, had salt rubbed in the wound yesterday — and a lot of it.
In a unanimous ruling, the state Appellate Division gave a green light to a proposed Sanitation Department facility, including a salt-storage shed at Spring Street and the West Side Highway, despite opposition from the community and stars like James Gandolfini, REM frontman Michael Stipe, Jennifer Connelly, John Slattery and Kirsten Dunst.
The ruling paves the way to move much of Sanitation’s facilities from Gansevoort Street to near the entrance of the Holland Tunnel, much to the chagrin of those who live in the area and are concerned about a fleet of garbage trucks in the neighborhood.
Residents had filed a number of legal objections to the project, arguing that the city hadn’t taken enough of a look at the environmental issues raised by increased traffic into the neighborhood and that the city should have broken the $400 million, 120-foot-tall garage down into smaller pieces around the city.
The appeals court found that many of the group’s objections were filed too late and that the city handled the matter properly.
“The court . . . properly found that the city respondents took the requisite ‘hard look’ at the relevant areas of environmental concern and made a ‘reasoned elaboration’ of the basis for their determination,” the ruling said.
“DSNY conducted a meaningful analysis of the burdens associated with the project as it related to the equitable distribution of public facilities throughout the city.”
“Obviously, we’re disappointed,” said Michael Kramer, of 340 West LLC, which had sued to stop the construction.
He was unsure whether they planned to try to take the case to the state’s highest court, the Court of Appeals. Because the Appellate Division ruling was a unanimous five-judge decision, they’d need to get special permission to file an appeal.
Elizabeth Freedman, of the city Law Department, hailed the ruling.
“This three-district Sanitation garage and salt shed is an important and necessary project,” she said.
Kirsten Dunst attended the 22nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards yesterday, wearing beautiful dress by Proenza Schouler. Kirsten presented a Special Recognition award to Bianca “Nikki” Peet, a 17-year-old student from Corpus Christi, Texas, for her efforts to organize a Gay-Straight Alliance at her high school after her principal originally prohibited the group.
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