Klein finds unity with Democrats ... for now

The long nightmare has ended — at least as far as Democrats in the state senate are concerned.

Tenant leaders find ways to take landlord to task

When Alycya Miller moved into 1 Marble Hill Ave., a dozen years ago, she never thought she’d have to battle the building’s management company over piles of garbage, roaches in hallways and washing machines, and feral cats.

Thieves leave car behind without any of its doors

Herb Eysser was shocked with what he discovered recently in his Fieldston Road neighborhood.

Hitting the road with Weekend Warriors

It all started because Haley Coopersmith wanted to get out of the city.

Menorah lighting puts spotlight on unity, friendship

As Rabbi Levi Shemtov looked over the crowd of nearly 500 people last December, he was “amazed” by the diversity of the group.

PRESS POINTS

A pounding headache

Stagg Group is filling its neighbors’ stockings with coal this holiday season as pounding and drilling at a Kingsbridge construction site is expected to continue into the new year.

The Ticket

‘The Parisian Woman’ — a Washington chess game

Wanted: New work, original, and of the moment. That’s all we ask. Sometimes we get lucky. Take “The Parisian Woman,” very much up to the Washington moment, and loaded with talent.

Sports

Tigers off to roaring start with a pair of big wins

The Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy boys basketball team was last seen in February, walking off the court as losers in a Public School Athletic League first-round playoff game.

Getting catty: Finding homes for elderly felines

Susan Wolfe wants to be your matchmatcher. But it’s not quite for the reason you might think.

App helps doggy day care thrive

Pet owners who have demanding jobs but see their dogs as essential members of the family have long felt guilty about leaving their four-legged companions home alone, traditionally turning to neighbors or kennels to look after them.

Green scene

The Welwitschia mirabilis — one truly remarkable plant

I’ve never been to Namibia and never expected to regret it.

What a way to go

Lengthy renovation forces tenants to share bathroom, forgo cooking

For months, Jacqueline Estevez has had to endure more than the construction noise. She was forced to share a single bathroom not only with her neighbors from 10 other apartments, but also with construction workers.