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Running a beauty salon in a small shopping strip where around a third of the stores are vacant hasn’t made Yetta Lazri’s life easier. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz is a slugger upstate, but it’s his work on the ground right here in the community he says he’s most passionate about. more
Four of New York City’s five borough presidents have formed a committee designed to oppose the second and third proposals slated for the Nov. 6 ballot that will affect community boards in the city. more
A behemoth from days when barons and bosses reigned supreme has walked away from a deal with the city, and Chuck Schumer had something to say: Honor the deal, get out of the way, and give the city its right-of-way. more
For Gary Axelbank, moderating televised political debates isn’t that different than being a disc jockey. more
Alessandra Biaggi knew the chips were stacked against her when she began her campaign for Jeff Klein’s seat in Senate District 34 earlier this year. more
There were a lot of unhappy lawmakers on the Democratic side of the aisle in Congress this past weekend following the successful confirmation of new U.S. Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh. more
The United Nations General Assembly was in full swing last week, and it’s not surprising to occasionally see some diplomats and even ambassadors milling about in and around Midtown. more
Seemingly chronic construction — ripping up streets, causing detours, and just overall nuisance — often blamed on Con Edison extends beyond Johnson Avenue. Having snaked over to Riverdale Avenue, it’s been more bothersome for some local businesses than others. more
Alone. That’s how Jessica Klein-Foglio felt after she discovered her second son was diagnosed with Salla disease. more
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