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A developer overseeing what some critics describe as a rather disruptive construction project has one state lawmaker living nearby quite peeved. more
It’s all Greek to Ruben Diaz Jr. But that doesn’t bother him. more
As the final days of March slipped by, one of the last original businesses in Skyview Shopping Center reluctantly closed its doors. For good. more
Some men put their trophies in glass cabinets. more
The last remaining Big Mac haven in this part of the borough is getting an extensive facelift. more
Malakai Hart never really felt like he fit in at Ethical Culture Fieldston School. more
For Monique Hamilton, planting and harvesting in her urban garden verges on the sublime — from seeding to weeding to reaping vegetables, followed by winter’s lull, until frozen ground thaws and the cycle starts anew in spring. more
For years, Andrew Cohen has batted a thousand when it comes to tackling key environmental issues — at least in the eyes of the New York League of Conservation Voters. more
There was a time when Sophie Shao’s cello was bigger than her. Today, Shao can do more than contend with her instrument and already has serenaded the community, just recently at the historic Gund House on West 247th Street. more
It’s the proverbial turning of a page, sowing seeds for potentially paradigm-shifting change while holding leadership  accountable. more
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