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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. …

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. …

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. …

Whistling in the Dark

Whistling in the Dark

After an iconic competition closes, whistlers hope their music will live on.…

A Year After the Blast: Signs of Spring, Sounds of Chickens

A Year After the Blast: Signs of Spring, Sounds of Chickens

Life has returned to the Urban Garden Center—a year after the Harlem gas explosion blew it away.…

Cops and Citizens: A New York Conversation

Cops and Citizens: A New York Conversation

NY City Lens reporters asked New Yorkers what might be done to ease tensions and help heal a rift between the police and their city.…

Love and Puppets

Love and Puppets

Puppetry is an unconventional career path, but one couple has made it the family business.…

Out of Africa and Into Fashion Week

Out of Africa and Into Fashion Week

Designers are increasingly using African fabrics and Fashion Week is attracting African designers, many for the first time. …

Fire at 116th and Broadway

Fire at 116th and Broadway

A fire on West 116th Street left three students injured and Ollie's Shop and Grille charred.…

Ebola’s Stigma Felt by Liberian-Americans

Ebola’s Stigma Felt by Liberian-Americans

Liberian - Americans feel the ripple effects of Ebola and say they have been stigmatized and isolated.…

Keeping Bengali Alive in a New Home

Keeping Bengali Alive in a New Home

On Feb. 21, the community commemorated the day Bengalis fought for the right to speak their language.…

Brighton Beach Reels After Three ISIS-Related Arrests

Brighton Beach Reels After Three ISIS-Related Arrests

Residents of the Brooklyn community seemed rattled the day after three arrests connected to the terrorist group.…

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Brooklyn’s Jamaica Avenue Tries to Get Back to Normal After a Deadly Shooting

Brooklyn’s Jamaica Avenue Tries to Get Back to Normal After a Deadly Shooting

The city experienced a spike in shootings over the weekend that left 23 people wounded and three dead.…

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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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In Housing Court, Lawyers for the Lucky

In Housing Court, Lawyers for the Lucky

A small group of volunteer attorneys staves off eviction for tenants in Brooklyn’s bustling housing court.…

Brooklyn Heights Welcomes Hillary Clinton Headquarters to the Neighborhood

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Pillow Fight New York City-Style

Pillow Fight New York City-Style

Thousands descend on Washington Square Park armed with pillows to take swings at each other.…

Time to Dine Out! All the Way Out.

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Sutphin Boulevard: The Next Tourist Hot Spot?

Sutphin Boulevard: The Next Tourist Hot Spot?

Flushing Meadows Park. Kaufman-Astoria Studios. Citi Field, the home of the Mets. These are all Queens…

Neighbors of Murdered Grandmother Stay Mum and Remember