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The Hudson River could be on the brink of its demise. At least according to some environmentalists dreading construction of massive storm barriers the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers might build on waterways around the city. more
Stepping off the 1 train at West 231st Street and Broadway, that unmistakable, wafting scent of grease and spice beckons — crispy thighs, piquant wings, flaky biscuits. more
Michelangelo’s greatest work may be on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. more
It’s been two months since a couple hundred people gathered at the Riverdale Temple to share their thoughts on a proposed expansion of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale. more
That salivation-triggering smell of slabs of sizzling beef wafted through the air on the last day of July as summer’s fleeting grilling season marched irreversibly toward fall. more
They gathered amidst the pungent aroma of Buffalo sauce, sipping pints of ale and rallying support for an insurgent challenger in a race for control of a close-to-home House district in November’s midterm elections. more
Some drawings move across the page as a dancer would across a stage. more
For some New Yorkers, water knowledge can sometimes be a mystery. more
As the owner of Flowers by Zenda, Orlando Kross peddles petals and foliage, sure. But he’s also a crucial set of eyes along a pulsing stretch of Broadway in the bustling, high-traffic community known as Marble Hill. more
After lead poisoned her daughter, Tiesha Jones set upon a mission to ensure it didn’t happen to anyone else’s child. She’s teamed up with state Sen. Gustavo Rivera to fashion a bill to expand the number of children considered at risk for lead poisoning in both public and private housing. more
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