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Tony Schwartz was faced with a decision some 30 years ago — remain working at New York Magazine or ghostwrite a book about an up-and-coming real estate developer named Donald Trump. more
There aren’t enough ways to get around the city quickly and easily, and at least according to Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, it’s costing straphangers not only time — but money. more
The long nightmare has ended — at least as far as Democrats in the state senate are concerned. more
Think Riverdale Avenue needs to go on a “road diet”? Community Board 8’s traffic and transportation committee doesn’t think so. more
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Eliot Engel wants to protect net neutrality. But unfortunately, even as a congressman, there might not be much he can do about it. more
Pop the bubbly. After multiple past rejections, Community Board 8 has finally received permission from the city to look for a new home base away from Riverdale Avenue — although move-in day is still a long way off. more
If it felt more like a political rally than an informational forum at times, it’s probably because the more than 225 people gathered at Lehman College’s music building last weekend have become focused on a single goal: Get rid of the Independent Democratic Conference. more
The school known as the “castle on the parkway” will remain under the control of the city’s education department. more
Only a river stood between certain death and the promise of safety. Over the course of a month, a half million men, women and children crossed the Naf River from Myanmar into Bangladesh. more
There’s a meeting Sunday all about the state senate’s Independent Democratic Conference. But its leader, Sen. Jeff Klein, isn’t invited. more
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