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Zuccotti Park

  1. occupy wall street lawsuits
    Occupy Wall Street Can’t Sue Zuccotti Park Owner Over EvictionBecause the police decided to move in.
  2. occupy wall street lawsuits
    NYPD Raid on Occupy Wall Street Just Cost the City $350,000And something approaching an apology.
  3. don't call it a comeback
    Protesters Meet Well-Prepared Police on Occupy Wall Street Anniversary [Updated]The NYPD arrested more than 70 activists before 10 a.m.
  4. occupy wall street
    Despite Arrests, Occupiers Look Forward to NYSE ProtestPlease don’t go to jail tonight, we need you in the streets.”
  5. occupy wall street
    OWS Begins One-Year Anniversary DemonstrationsThough much was familiar, the movement has seen some changes since last September. 
  6. crimes and misdemeanors
    NYPD Protects Zuccotti Park From Knitting Old WomanShe was singled out and removed from the protest while shaking.
  7. occupy everywhere
    What Comes After May Day for Occupy Wall Street?May 1 brought big crowds and good vibes, but no obvious path forward.
  8. occupy wall street
    NYPD Celebrates OWS’s Six-Month Anniversary With 73 ArrestsIs this the start of Occupy Spring? 
  9. occupy wall street
    NYPD Now Arresting Occupy Protesters Just for FunIt was just like old times at Zuccotti Park last night.
  10. lawsuits
    Occupy Wall Street Gives Up on Sleeping in Zuccotti ParkThe protesters have dropped a lawsuit against the park’s camping rules.
  11. occupy wall street
    Councilman Wants to Gift Thousands to Occupy Wall StreetYdanis Rodriguez has already been arrested for the cause and now wants to donate his city stipend.
  12. occupy wall street
    Police Remove Barricades at Zuccotti ParkProtesters have reentered their old turf.
  13. occupy wall street
    Zuccotti Park Is Still Sort of Locked DownThe NYCLU claims the public park is not so public.
  14. higher learning
    NYU Student Flips Out Over Occupy Wall Street Assignment Now these are some insane, department-wide e-mails.
  15. occupy wall street
    Bloomberg Still Testy About Occupy Wall StreetThe mayor is publicly battling with a New York congressman.
  16. taxes
    Zuccotti Park Owners Didn’t Pay $139,000 in Taxes, City SaysBrookfield Properties claims the finance department is mistaken.
  17. occupy wall street
    Journalists Protest Police Treatment During Occupy Wall Street EvictionMedia organizations have demanded a meeting to discuss the NYPD’s treatment of journalists.
  18. occupy wall street
    Did Bloomberg Win the Battle But Lose the War by Evicting Occupy Wall Street?The mayor scores a tactical win, but at what cost?
  19. occupy wall street
    Occupy Wall Street Plans Its Next Move They’re going to regret messing with us.”
  20. occupy wall street
    Judge Rules Against Occupy Wall Street Protesters Camping in Zuccotti ParkThe protesters will not be allowed to re-create their encampment.
  21. occupy wall street
    Fate of Zuccotti Park Uncertain As Judge, Bloomberg Disagree [Updated]The court ruled that Bloomberg must “show cause” for evicting Occupy Wall Street.
  22. occupy wall street
    Breaking: Police in Riot Gear Evict Zuccotti Park [Updated] Occupy Wall Street’s founding mecca has been forcibly cleared out.
  23. occupy wall street
    Occupy Wall Street Struck by Gunshots, Viruses, and SuicideThe revolution will not be sanitized.
  24. occupy wall street
    With the Return of Generators, Occupy Wall Street Can Last Until the End of TimeThe FDNY gave the protesters’ generators back.
  25. occupy wall street
    OWS Protesters Stock Up on Tents Despite ProhibitionOccupy protesters passed a motion to invest nearly $20,000 in large tents.
  26. Post Reporter Has Less-Than-Enjoyable OWS SleepoverShares tent with an anarchist and girl in devil getup.
  27. occupy wall street
    Zuccotti Sexual Assault Victim Criticizes NYPD’s Handling of the SituationI felt like I was a criminal, too.”
  28. occupy wall street
    Bloomberg Not Pleased With Protesters’ Alleged Internal Security MethodsZuccotti Park crimes must be reported to the NYPD, he said.
  29. occupy wall street
    Man Charged in Two Sexual Assaults at Occupy Wall StreetHe was reportedly working in the kitchen, too.
  30. Awareness
    Will ‘Canstructions’ Cramp OWS Style?A lot of humanity at once.
  31. occupy wall street
    Zuccotti Park Is Now a Little Safer, a Lot ColderThe FDNY and NYPD seized generators and gas canisters, making it much more difficult for protesters to stay warm.
  32. occupy wall street
    Winterizing Wall Street: Hypothermia and the 99 PercentLess like a movement and more like a winter survival course.
  33. Zuccotti Park
    Former Five-Star Chef, Now Broke, Feeds Occupy Wall StreetFrom steak-frites to sleeping bags.
  34. class warfare
    Sustainable Rage? Frank Rich and Adam Moss on How Occupy Wall Street Will EndKind of like the sixties, but without sex or pot.
  35. Prank
    Zuccotti Park Chefs Get PunkedCafé OWS not really eligible for grades.
  36. occupy wall street
    The Organizers vs. the Organized in Zuccotti ParkThe drum circle of discord.
  37. occupy wall street
    Protesters Now Have a Professional Chef, Organic IngredientsThe eating is good in Zuccotti Park.
  38. occupy wall street
    Surviving Zuccotti Park: How the Protesters Stay Warm, Fed, and CheeryBedbugs are not a problem, but trench foot might be.
  39. occupy wall street
    Occupy Wall Street: Fighting Capitalism, One Food Cart at a TimeDispatch from Zuccotti Park
  40. occupy the world
    Today Is Officially Occupy the World DayWith protests in every major city, including violent ones in Rome.
  41. occupy wall street
    City Backs Down in Zuccotti Standoff, Occupy Wall Street Protesters EmboldenedThe city backs down in the face of more than 1,000 strong.
  42. the third terminator
    Mayor Bloomberg Finally Visits Zuccotti Park, Calls for Temporary Clearing [Updated]He had a message to deliver.
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