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New Yorkers Brave the Rain to March for Science

New Yorkers Brave the Rain to March for Science

Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets in the city on Earth Day; similar marches took place across the country. …

Exercising for Another Glass of Beer

Exercising for Another Glass of Beer

Have you ever wanted to do yoga and drink beer at the same time? Since September, the Bronx Brewery has…

Many Catholics Remain Fresh Faced on Ash Wednesday

Many Catholics Remain Fresh Faced on Ash Wednesday

Just 40 percent of U.S. adults raised Catholic still regularly attend mass -- but many took to pews on Ash Wednesday to mark the start of Lent…

Brooklyn Man Braves Snow for Daily Run

Brooklyn Man Braves Snow for Daily Run

Not everyone used last week's winter storm as an excuse to stay in bed. …

Waste Not Want Not: An E-Waste Story

Waste Not Want Not: An E-Waste Story

How one Brooklyn warehouse is helping the environment by turning E-Waste into art…

Meet the Anti-Mike Pence

Meet the Anti-Mike Pence

As “Mike Hot-Pence,” Glen Pannell raises money for causes that the vice-president would likely not support…

Protesters Push Back at Trump’s Order to Keep Some Immigrants Out

Protesters Push Back at Trump’s Order to Keep Some Immigrants Out

Hundreds of demonstrators rush to JFK International Airport to protest the president’s executive order…

Women Raise Their Voices to Defend Rights and Slam Trump

Women Raise Their Voices to Defend Rights and Slam Trump

The Women's March unfolded in Washington, D.C. and in 60 cities around the world, including New York…

Trump on the Jumbotron and “Inaugural Love”

Trump on the Jumbotron and “Inaugural Love”

Scattered applause and meditation welcomed the nation’s new president…

Big Hopes, Big Fears

Big Hopes, Big Fears

NYCity Lens reporters talked Trump with New Yorkers…

Problem Solving With Soft Robots

Problem Solving With Soft Robots

A Brooklyn-based consultancy is applying soft robotic technology to practical and commercial problems.…

Could Farming Be an NYC Growth Sector?

Could Farming Be an NYC Growth Sector?

More green in the agricultural technology means more greens for New York.…

Nurses Improve Infant Health, One Home at a Time

Nurses Improve Infant Health, One Home at a Time

A group of specially trained nurses visit new moms at home to keep them and their babies healthy…

Rebelling Against Prohibition From Day One: A Whiskey Lover Shares His Story

Rebelling Against Prohibition From Day One: A Whiskey Lover Shares His Story

A Kentucky native brings his love for whiskey to New York.…

Cake Magic

Cake Magic

A Bronx entrepreneur returns to her lifelong dream of opening up a bakery …

Persians Celebrate the Arrival Of Spring with a Parade

Persians Celebrate the Arrival Of Spring with a Parade

Madison Ave. was packed Sunday with people standing on the sidelines clutching an American flag in one hand and an…

Rangers Playoff Prep: Hockey’s Ice Men Cometh

Rangers Playoff Prep: Hockey’s Ice Men Cometh

Madison Square Garden Zamboni drivers ready the ice for the New York Rangers NHL Playoffs…

An Anti-Trump Rally Gets Rocky

An Anti-Trump Rally Gets Rocky

In Midtown, 31 arrests and at least one punch in the face.…

Recycled Wood Reborn in Toymaker’s Workshop

Recycled Wood Reborn in Toymaker’s Workshop

A Queens toymaker breathes new life into recycled and locally sourced wood.…

Girls on Ice

Girls on Ice

A group of teenage girls take on professional theatrical figure skating.…

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31 More Immigrants Detained by ICE in NYC

31 More Immigrants Detained by ICE in NYC

With these new sweeps, the number exceeds 70 in less than two months…

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Police Suspect Easter Sunday Shooter Attended Memorial Service

Police Suspect Easter Sunday Shooter Attended Memorial Service

Friends gathered in Brooklyn to mourn and pay respects to the family of 23-year-old who was killed on Easter Sunday…

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Fighting for a School Designated to Close

On a recent Monday evening, the auditorium at Arturo Toscanini Middle School (M.S. 145) in the…

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Sunset Park is Booming, But for Whom?

Sunset Park is Booming, But for Whom?

The blue collar neighborhood will soon get a new industrial park project proposed by the mayor…

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Color, Whimsy, and Politics at the New York Easter Parade

Color, Whimsy, and Politics at the New York Easter Parade

The annual New York City Easter Parade on 5th Avenue draws hundreds of attendees each year.…

Remembering Child Gun Victims on Palm Sunday

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Astoria: New Technology, Old Guard

Astoria: New Technology, Old Guard

Local business owners are not celebrating the community’s newly installed LinkNYC stations, though residents seem delighted with them.…

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