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A cultural destination for all ages, Hall des Lumières encourages visitors to immerse themselves art and culture from a new perspective.
Because they're not about to buy one of those reusable bags at the checkout counter, here are your early links: Harlem Week, SI Ferry contract debacle, spotted lanternflies are winning, python hunt, professional cuddler, Trump flushing documents down the toilet, and more.
City officials are asking the Biden administration for federal relief while firing back at Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for what some have described as a dangerous political stunt.
The unusual arrest, made by officers with the New York City Parks Department, has prompted allegations of excessive force, while raising questions about how the city should monitor its waterfront.
A Rutgers researcher says even when parents learn their children have autism, they often don't get connected with care.
An alternative site in Harlem would be less restrictive and closer to many incarcerated people’s families, supporters say.
The first of three public hearings will take place on Tuesday.
The massive installation features giant slides, ball pits, fake snow, DJs and endless photo ops
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A group of men began shooting into a crowded party at a home in Laurelton around 11:30 p.m.
It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are a few recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott put migrants on a bus to NYC.
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“This is saying, let's radically rethink how visitors enter Storm King, both from that logistical perspective and also thinking about what our visitors need.”
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The city is appealing the ruling.
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City officials said the closure wouldn't present a hardship
It would regulate temp agencies that employ roughly 130,000 people.
College students, who often live and socialize in close quarters, may be at higher risk, public health experts say.
Water samples will be collected every day until bacteria levels are below a safe threshold and can be opened up to the public again, officials say.
A day after Mayor Eric Adams called New York’s criminal justice system “insane,” the governor pleaded for patience.
The virus was detected in wastewater samples taken from different parts of Orange County.
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Here's everything you need to know about this year's joyous event, which sees eight miles of prime Manhattan asphalt cleared of motor vehicles and reserved for recreational activities.
The World Artisan Market on 31st Street has been adding restaurants for several months, and is now almost full.
The police department has shelled out nearly $68 million so far this year.
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The findings come from New York City Comptroller Brad Lander's analysis of the locations and accessibility of cooling centers.
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