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Voters — at least the fewer than 10 percent who came out — have made their voices heard, but the special election to replace Andrew Cohen on the city council is far from over. And non-profit executive director Mino Lora remains optimistic about her chances of upsetting former schoolteacher Eric Dinowitz, who has a 17-point lead from early and live votes. more
There was a time when many longed to stay home and chill. Then the coronavirus pandemic came with its months-long lockdowns, and those wishes came true. Except it wasn’t as relaxing as many might have imagined, instead quickly finding new ways to pass the time at home.  more
It wouldn’t be a stretch to say opening a business during the coronavirus pandemic is a risky venture. This is especially true for restaurants, cafés and bars — many of which have closed over the past year. more
It seems about once a year or so, someone happens by the small patch of hilly land separating Henry Hudson Parkway East and the actual Henry Hudson Parkway and finds something they didn’t expect: an old flagpole. more
Remember way back in 2019 when Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz made crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge free for Bronx motorists with an E-ZPass? more
What seemed once on the edge of extinction may be no more. At least if Kirstie Reynoso-Miranda has anything to say about it. more
About this time last year, there were a few moments when Rabbi Barry Dov Katz almost started to worry. But not even a deadly virus can cancel Passover, the Jewish observance of God’s final plague against the Egyptians where the first-born in any home not marked with lamb’s blood on its doorway would die, forcing the pharaoh to finally release the Israelites from bondage. more
It’s the ultimate countdown. There’s just five days until the March 23 special election to replace Andrew Cohen on the city council. more
The coronavirus pandemic has left states across the country in economic ruin. And New York is no exception, with a budget deficit hole topping $15 billion. more
College is supposed to be the time of your life. But as the coronavirus pandemic completely upends what it means to study and live on campuses across the country, a few students much closer to home say they suffered even more: Days filled with hunger. more
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