Snow Day in St. Nicholas Park

Winter storm Juno brought a day of joyful sledding and snowboarding for Harlem residents.

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In Central Park, Juno Was a Lot of Fun

Juno came and went, albeit briefly, but New Yorkers, including a group of ballet dancers, seized the moment to enjoy the snow in Central Park.

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Blood Banks Need Blood After Near-Blizzard

A blood drive for New York Blood Center parked at 124th Street and 5th Avenue. (Jaclyn Peiser/NYCity Lens)

Winter storm Juno forced cancellations of blood drives, triggering shortages. The city is scrambling to make up for the loss.

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Blizzard Slows Down City Golf Courses

Doug Johnstone and his dog Skye at the Silver Lake Golf Course in Staten Island.

The cold doesn’t deter the faithful from swinging their clubs. But the flakes shut things down

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First Comes the Snow, Then Come the Shovels

Where some neighborhood entrepreneurs see opportunity in snowstorms, others see a chance to lend a hand

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Political Activism’s Case for Asylum

Politically Active Asylum-Seekers Spark a Larger Debate on Immigration

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Here Come the New Neighbors

With rich residents set to flood their Astoria neighborhood, public housing residents wonder what’s in store for them.

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