The sheer number of people in New York City can give us permission and space to be ourselves freely. This openness is a variety of bravery that most of…
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Thanksgiving events, police drone usage, a look at why the city is still in control of its jails, the first legal marijuana dispensaries, NYPD sits on…
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The latest in the state's concealed carry laws, mold in your $17 cold brew, pop-up holiday bars, the origins of the black and white cookie, eight…
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The Brooklyn Democratic Party continues to self-destruct in public, the cost of Mayor Adams's refugee tent, which blocks voted for Zeldin, where to eat…
Criminal justice reform, Dolly Parton MetroCards, a new Roberta's, a car-free Grand Army Plaza, a history of the Veteran's Day parade, nine favorite…
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Ballot proposals, Penn Station's makeover is threatened, Grand Central Madison hits delays, Mayor Adams makes more and more unforced errors, fifteen…
Tons of pets in Halloween costumes, the city is safer than the suburbs, companies are immediately abusing the new pay transparency law, how much would…
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Converting schools to electric heat, the federal report on Rikers, Trader Joe's employees decide not to unionize, 311 ghost complaints, Queens' IKEA is…
Recapping the Hochul-Zeldin debate, the state of rats in the city, Halloween events, where to go trick or treating, do you read these recaps, a guide to…
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A non-profit caught bringing drugs into Rikers, a Hasidic school pays $8 million in a fraud deal, the most important tunnel in the city, a $27 million…
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Mayor Adams is shamed into fulfilling a promise, the migrant shelter on Randall's Island is open, hard kombucha gets a tap room, how to avoid traffic…
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Mayor Adams breaks another promise, the city loses an education fight with the state, New Jersey opposes congestion pricing, the NYPD may be in…
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