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A ground-breaking (photo via @NYCMayorsOffice)
New York City is in a housing crisis, you've surely heard, or seen, or felt. Rents are headed skyward, the homeless shelters are bursting at the
Assembly Member Quart, the author (photo via Facebook)
No New Yorker has been able to miss the recent back-and-forth over MTA funding. Once again, we are trapped in an unwinnable argument.
Gov. Cuomo (photo: Office of the Governor - Kevin P. Coughlin)
New York has been shocked by gun violence for a long time.
Recently, on September 7, Carey Gabay, former assistant counsel to
(photo via NYPD on flickr)
Officer James Frascatore is working behind a desk after assaulting James Blake last month. But if history is a guide, there's far too strong a likelihood
Mayor de Blasio visits older New Yorkers (photo: @mayorsCAU)
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the International Day of Older Persons, established by the United Nations General Assembly to both raise
Mayor de Blasio at a school visit (photo: Rob Bennett for the Mayor's Office)
Advocates for arts education support Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposal to expand access to computer science in city
NYCHA Chair Olatoye, the author, at a NextGen meeting (via NYCHA on flickr)
Public housing has been an integral feature of New York City life since Fiorello La Guardia opened the
What do Manhattan's Riverbank State Park track, the playgrounds of P.S. 40, 100, 140, and 192, Clay Pit Ponds State Park, the Rockaway and Coney Island Boardwalks, and Battery
Pope Francis (photo via The Vatican on flickr)
Nothing Pope Francis does is by accident.
Read the schedule of the Pope's visit here and you'll see Pope Francis' view of New York
US Attorney Preet Bharara prosecutes corruption (photo via justice.gov)
Ex-Queens Assemblymember William Scarborough is the latest New York State legislator to be convicted of corruption. Scarborough, a lawmaker for two decades,