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At the Robert J. Christen School, P.S. 81, last Thursday, you could eat food dishes from around the world and never leave the cafeteria. You could have some cabbage pie, made Russian style. … more
Tina Sitlhou loves shopping. So much so, she follows some of her favorite big box store chains like Forever 21 and H&M on social media looking for new deals and options.  That’s how … more
A nearly month-long man hunt for two men who tried to rob Marilyn’s Diamond Collection on April 8 — shooting the jewelry store’s owner, Chris Carucci Sr., in the stomach — has … more
My entire life people told me to stay away from motorcycles.  “They’re too dangerous,” my mother would always tell me. “You’ll shoot your eye out.” Or … more
Nearly 40 demonstrators lined up in front state Sen. Marisol Alcantara’s office Friday, demanding the freshman lawmaker sever ties with the Independent Democratic Conference.  The IDC, … more
Police arrested a woman who reportedly tried to make off with a little more than $100 worth of beauty supplies in the middle of the day April 26.  The 31-year-old tried to sneak out of the … more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz is still working against a state clean energy program that he says places an unfair burden on city energy customers.  In a joint hearing of the Assembly … more
The city’s transportation department threw out a lot of facts and figures last week, in its plan to restructure traffic on Broadway, but one figure seemed to stick … more
Andrew Kranichfeld has had a rough decade so far, but he’s found a way to make the best ... more
The North Riverdale Block Festival is coming back to Riverdale Avenue on May 7 for its fourth year ... more
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