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Before he found himself designing luxury shoes for women, Sherwayne Mahoney was a kid who found an outlet for his artistic talents drawing comic books. more
A pair of workers cloaked in yellow hooded ponchos gazed over the mini wasteland, a filthy patch of leafy urban squalor — a space some neighbors say has suffered far too long from neglect. more
Back-to school shopping is a lot like Black Friday. But instead of insane deals on cutlery and flat-screen televisions, colored pencils and protractors are what’s flying off shelves. more
A 22-year-old Manhattan man shot in the head overnight Friday on Broadway near West 238th Street has died. more
It was more than just pancakes as usual during the early morning hours of Friday near the Kingsbridge IHOP. more
When school starts at P.S. 81 in dozens of other schools on Sept. 5, drivers need to beware: Despite the state senate failing to renew the speed camera program, a new deal between the governor's office and New York City officials have ensured the cameras stay on, for now. more
An effort to force members of community boards into eight-year term limits has earned some opposition from four borough presidents. more
Stanley Rosenfeld spent years teaching and serving in the administration of three prominent private schools before finally, in 2001, he plead no contest to two counts of child molestation. more
Van Cortlandt Park is home to acres of greenery, America’s first public golf course, and the unmarked burial ground of slaves and settlers. more
Car theft, excessive wait times for the Bx10 bus, unpaved streets — residents contend with a diverse set of ills on a regular basis. But there’s a particular issue plaguing some people living in a serene enclave just south of Wave Hill — and it’s something one wouldn’t imagine in this day and age: frequent power outages. more
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