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To better understand the reach of the EcoFlora Project in New York City, here are some illuminating statistics. more
When Donna Friedman walked into the lobby of her 5676 Riverdale Ave., building, she had no idea she was about to save a life. more
America has its eyes on the 2020 presidential election, but a smaller — and some might say more important election — has just taken place at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. more
Good things come to those who wait, and that just might be true for the patrons of the New York Public Library’s Van Cortlandt branch. more
Dennis Shelton can’t stop seeing familiar faces, even when he’s out of the country. more
Eric Dinowitz and Dan Padernacht are already duking it out for city council, even though its current occupant — Andrew Cohen — isn’t scheduled to officially leave until 2021. But now there’s potentially a third candidate in the race. more
It looks like weekend shutdowns on the Bronx sections of the 1 train have ended, but the work overall is just getting started. more
Payless ShoeSource left West 225th Street months ago, but Marble Hill shouldn’t have to wait too long to find a new local source of shoes. more
It’s the night before the opening. There are jitters and costume problems, forgotten lines and missed cues. more
As the candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination duked it out on live television last week, the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club watched on. more
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