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Bicycle enthusiasts and carbon footprint-conscious commuters have joined forces to take on a common threat— the 19-month closing of the pedestrian access to the Henry Hudson Bridge. more
Cliff Stanton fought hard in his race to represent this area on the city council, putting together a war chest of $156,000 compared to Andrew Cohen’s $205,000, but just came up short. more
Although the weather is still warm, the calendar plus the sudden increase in falling leaves is telling us that Summer 2018 is departing. more
It takes more than a pretty face to be the queen of San Gennaro. more
Monofilament fishing line is not good for the health of aquatic animals — and not just because fishermen use it to yank them out of the water, or because they’re made of plastic. more
Any chance you’re feeling cable news fatigue? A terrific alternative is blazing in Sharr White’s new play, “The True,” at the Pershing Square Signature Center. The … more
Years ago when I was young and foolish, I thought slugs were interesting. more
When a doctor saved Myra Brent’s sight, she was compelled to express her gratitude. So she created a painting for him. more
When it comes to cancer, early detection is key. It’s what motivates Gloria Bauman, a grad student at Manhattan College on a project she hopes will lead the way to even faster detection equipment. more
Growing up, Zalmen Mlotek’s home was filled with music and evenings of singing. more
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