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Baltimore Unrest Spurs Demonstrations

Baltimore Unrest Spurs Demonstrations

Even the roar of the hovering helicopter was overpowered Wednesday night by the crowd’s loud chants against aggressive policing. “No…

One Playground Renovation Underway, More to Come

One Playground Renovation Underway, More to Come

Advocates expect more money for parks from the upcoming 2016 city budget. …

The Teachers vs. the Governor

The Teachers vs. the Governor

The state teachers’ and city teachers' unions launch a multi-million dollar ad campaign.…

Audit Slams City Animal Shelters, But Some Pet Owners Say They Aren’t That Bad

Audit Slams City Animal Shelters, But Some Pet Owners Say They Aren’t That Bad

The waiting area at Animal Care & Control of NYC on 110th between 1st and 2nd Avenues smells like vinegar.…

A Utica Ave. Subway? Dollar Cabbies Say No Thanks

A Utica Ave. Subway? Dollar Cabbies Say No Thanks

Mayor de Blasio says a new line will help New Yorkers get to jobs faster. Livery drivers say it will take theirs away.…

De Blasio’s OneNYC: By the Numbers

De Blasio’s OneNYC: By the Numbers

On Wednesday Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled OneNYC, a 332-page manifesto detailing the administration’s vision for the city’s future. Just…

Met Fans Are Feeling Amazin’

Met Fans Are Feeling Amazin’

The team has tied its all-time record, winning 11t games in a row. And the fans love it. …

Women at the Wheel

Women at the Wheel

The NY Auto Show Is No Longer a Boy’s Club …

Amid Criticism, the Brooklyn Nets Squeak Into the Playoffs

Amid Criticism, the Brooklyn Nets Squeak Into the Playoffs

Despite harsh words from a former teammate, the Nets step up. …

New York City Remembers The Missing Nigerian School Girls

New York City Remembers The Missing Nigerian School Girls

Purple and red lights and a prayer vigil marked the one-year anniversary of the kidnapping of 219 Nigerian schoolgirls. …

Workers Across the Country Fight for a $15 Minimum Wage

Workers Across the Country Fight for a $15 Minimum Wage

New Yorkers shut down streets and rallied for a $15 minimum wage on tax day. …

Tarot Back on the Cards

Tarot Back on the Cards

Divination decks are enjoying something of a reawakening.…

The Thai Community in Queens Says Happy New Year!

The Thai Community in Queens Says Happy New Year!

Songkran includes traditional dancing, food, and a water ceremony.…

Biting Cold Can’t Stop These Surfers

Biting Cold Can’t Stop These Surfers

Rocking the waves, these surfers continue to ride the tide when the mercury falls.…

Lumos: The Spell that Made a Drizzly Thursday Magical

Lumos: The Spell that Made a Drizzly Thursday Magical

JK Rowling lights the Empire State to launch the U.S. branch of her charity Lumos. …

It’s a Knockout: Boxing Beats Street Violence in Brooklyn

It’s a Knockout: Boxing Beats Street Violence in Brooklyn

Boxing at Barclays Center beats gun and gang violence for Brooklyn youths.…

Puerto Ricans Connect to African Roots Through Bomba

Puerto Ricans Connect to African Roots Through Bomba

Once frowned upon in Puerto Rico, the Bomba, an old Afro-Puerto Rican music style, is getting popular in the Bronx, thanks to educator, Dr. Drum.…

In Your Easter Bonnet, With All the Frills Upon It…

In Your Easter Bonnet, With All the Frills Upon It…

As the religious aspect fade out, Easter Bonnet Parade take on its enduring designation as a cultural festival.…

The East Village Tries To Get Back To Normal

The East Village Tries To Get Back To Normal

Residents and businesses look back on an explosion that destroyed three buildings and killed two people. …

Curling Returns to NYC, After Decades on Ice

Curling Returns to NYC, After Decades on Ice

For the first time in 100 years New Yorkers can go curling in the city, at a popular program in Prospect Park. …

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Don’t Fear the Urban Coyote

Don’t Fear the Urban Coyote

New Yorkers have spotted more of the animals in recent weeks, but experts say they aren't typically dangerous.…

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Climate Change in the Classroom?

Climate Change in the Classroom?

A City Councilman pushes to include climate science in the K-12 curriculum.…

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Arrest Made Over Housing Scam in the Bronx

Arrest Made Over Housing Scam in the Bronx

Three would-be tenants seeking to rent an apartment were duped out of almost $6,000 in deposits.…

Baseball Season’s Greetings: Jostling for the Yankee Dollar

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Drumming for Dr. Ben

Drumming for Dr. Ben

At his funeral, a scholar of African Studies gets a celebratory sendoff.…

Pillow Fight New York City-Style

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Willets Point Development Project Goes Into Extra Innings

Willets Point Development Project Goes Into Extra Innings

A hodgepodge of auto repair shops line 126th street in Corona, Queens, steps from CitiField’s Bullpen…

A Man Walks into a Bar…and All Hell Breaks Loose