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New York City is famously known for its traffic jams, but it's likely no one ever expected the citywide jam that literally added hours to short commutes that plagued New York Thursday night. more
She was an icon in her own right, not just in Washington but also in New York City. And director Julie Taymor believes it’s going to take another icon to properly bring her to the silver screen. more
Most of the Democrats gathering in front of the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club on West 231st Street Thursday afternoon don't serve in Washington, but that didn't stop them from delivering what they say is a very important message to President Donald Trump: Keep your hands off the Robert Mueller investigation. more
It was not the "blue wave" many Democrats had hoped for in elections nationwide Tuesday night as Republicans not only retained control of the U.S. Senate, they strengthened their position. But when it came to the state senate, Democrats are now in full control. more
More than 100 people showed up to Community Board 8’s land use committee meeting last week to protest the proposed demolition and apartment building construction where the nearly century-old Villa Rosa Bonheur sits in pieces. more
Following Saturday’s synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh that claimed the lives of 11 people while injuring a half-dozen others, various community leaders and elected officials came out in support of Tree of Life Synagogue. more
They held pre-printed signs calling for fairness and a new contract. They chanted. They blew whistles. They marched in a circle. And they let people wanting to get inside the Citadel Rehabilitation and Nursing Center pass through with a smile. more
Getting from Riverdale to Grand Central Terminal could take less than 30 minutes on Metro-North (compared to a lot longer via bus and subway). But the cost isn’t that great — $6.75, off-peak. Or even worse, $9.25 at peak. 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
Saving what some claim is one of the original Bronx apartment buildings is what motivated more than 100 people to show up to Thursday's land use committee meeting at Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale — but what had many neighbors the most concerned was whether demolition crews at 2395 Palisade Ave., were properly disposing of the potentially lethal material, asbestos. more
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