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A study shows that rats can dance, a report says New Yorkers would still rather live alone than save money even in this market, there's a new official neighborhood map, and more stories from around New York City and beyond.


James Corden gives his perspective, American Horror Story NYC on TV and in the East Village, the background of Brooklyn-Queens Day, and more links from around the city and beyond.


She will ask a federal judge to consider granting the stay Tuesday.


New York makes more wine than almost any other state, but NYC residents aren't interested in buying local wine. In fact, French wine bars are all the rage right now. Plus, where to find the best view of the city, United Airlines ending service at JFK, some news on highly paid government officials, plus more stories from around town.


The plan includes law enforcement, community groups, technology, and trainings.


While precise numbers were not immediately available, organizers estimated hundreds of students participated, with about 400 students walking out at Brooklyn Tech alone.


The education department attributes the reduction to a pilot program to reduce classes at 72 schools, as well as an increase in funding at many schools resulting from an infusion of state money and federal stimulus dollars.


The city had originally required all school staff—teachers, administrators, and other employees—to be vaccinated by September 27th.